Pakistan’s finest football player, Saadullah Khan, is the first player in the country to finish an FA Level Two (UEFA) teaching training at the age of 28. This is a big deal.
Khan is an attacking midfielder for both Sui Southern Gas Company Football Club and the Pakistan national team. He is thought to be one of the best young players in Pakistan because he has speed, technique, passing skills, and the ability to make plays.
Allahamdullilah as first Pakistani national football team player at the age of 28th I have completed FA Level 2 (UEFA) coaching course. Thank you everyone for your prayers and love. See you all in the next train. 🇵🇰📚✅ pic.twitter.com/MPRUoH8TTN
— Saadullah khan (@SaadullahKha10) May 14, 2023
Khan was born in Pishin, Balochistan, and began playing football when he was a teenager. He studied at the Youth Academy Pishin in 2008. After a year, at age 14, he started playing for Pak Elektron.
The 28-year-old won the Pakistan Premier League (PPL) three times between 2012 and 2014. He also won the Challenge Cup with Khan Research Laboratories in 2011 and 2012.
Khan played his first game for the Pakistan national team against Lebanon in 2014. He was 19 years old at the time. Khan’s first goal for his country was in 2015 against Afghanistan.
Khan has played for Pakistan in 42 international games.