LAHORE Another protest was upheld by Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) as Lahore Green entered the Super Six while Sialkot suffered frustration of defeat for fielding an ineligible player in ongoing PFF Youth U14 Cup and had been removed from Super Six. Sialkot put up resounding show in the event by winning all three league matches as well as final but PFF punished the team for fielding jersey 14 Muhammad Nasir whose name was missing from Registration Form and was not able to produce Original NADRA B-Form. PFF also not considered SOS Childrens Village, Sialkot certificate which stated his Date of Birth well within regulations of events. Sialkot fielded Nasir and won the final of PFF Youth U14 Cup (Lahore Centre) 1-0 against Lahore Green at Punjab University Ground, Lake Road, Chauburji, Lahore on 13 February through Shahzaibs 56th minute strike. It was tight clash between teams of Zulqarnain Bhatti (Sialkot) and Bilal Butt (Lahore Green) - football coaches working under the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) AID-27 Financial Assistance Scheme. Greens manager Zulfiqar Ali lodged protest and submitted protest fee/documents to Match Commissioner Muhammad Shahbaz that later ended in favor of Green. Sialkot clearly violated Clause 12 of PFF Youth Cup Technical Rules & Regulations, that says only players born on or after 1 January 1996 are eligible to play in the competition but they failed to produce Nasirs correct age documents. It is treated as violation/misconduct, and team underwent punishment, said PFF Secretary General Lt. Col. (r) Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi who added that PFFs President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat is Member and Chairman of FIFA and AFC Disciplinary Committee respectively and PFF is promoting Fair Play, Discipline and Sportsmanship in all 128 districts/ 7 agencies through affiliated Provincial/ Regional bodies. PFF Director Operation Wing Cmdr (r) Pervaiz Saeed Mir added that any team using an ineligible player will forfeit all games in which that player participated. Sialkot is found guilty as per PFF regulations. The rules says should a team field an unregistered, suspended or ineligible player, the opposing team will earn victory, three points as well as 3-0 score line. The infringing team may also be referred to Events Disciplinary Committee for further action, stressed Pervaiz who added PFF had alter the Sialkots 1-0 win over Lahore Green, thus giving 3-0 victory to Lahore who moved into Super Six alongwith Sargodha, Sahiwal, Karachi Red, Peshawar White and Quetta Green