Posted on June 12, 2010
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20 responses to “Gang Violence on Hold as Lyari becomes Pakistan’s Football Central”

  1. zaheer says:

    nice video.

  2. ShahidnUSA says:

    Just place your arrow key on the country and it will give you
    the schedule of that country. Sorry its in Spanish. ica-2010/calendario.html

  3. Petterson says:

    Football is just a very addictive sport and so much fun to watch that it has a universal appeal. There are communities like this everywhere in the world. Good to read about this.

  4. ShahidnUSA says:

    No one tried to answer Mr Baigs question so let me give a shot. :)

    The question was,

    “I have always wondered how Lyari developed this love for football? anyone know the history of this?”

    I once drove from Dubai to Oman just to enjoy the Sangum (unity) of Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean. Once I got to Gulf of Oman, I thought I was in Baluchistan ( the other side of the sea) . Their face features were very much resembled to Baluchis. They almost looked like Baluchis when they were not in their Dishdasha (Arabian garb).
    The sultanate of Oman are very serious about their football (soccer). You should see the passion they have for the game. I almost thought they are in the war.

    So there you have it my dear :)

  5. chalo. finally they got something to cheer about.