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The Only Thing CONSTANTINE Has Constant: Favoritism and His Brainless Baldness

The recent performances of the Pakistan national football team have ignited intense discussions among fans and analysts alike. The spotlight has been on coach Stephen Constantine, whose decisions and strategies have raised eyebrows. Despite an experienced background, Constantine’s tenure has been marred by controversial choices and underwhelming results.


A Lucky Break or Genuine Effort?

The victory against Cambodia was a rare moment of celebration, with much credit going to Harun Hamid. However, many argue that this win was more of a lucky break than a testament to Constantine’s coaching prowess. Over the last seven games, his record has been disappointing, and his ego seems to often overshadow the team’s interests.

Unrealistic Expectations

The football community in Pakistan has a tendency to place players and coaches on pedestals, influenced by narratives set by a few. This blind admiration often clouds critical judgment. Even when experienced diaspora players express eagerness to represent Pakistan, Constantine’s demeaning attitude and lack of communication have been major setbacks. This favoritism is frustrating, especially when capable players are sidelined.

Structural Issues

It’s crucial to acknowledge the structural issues plaguing Pakistani football. The absence of a professional league, grassroots development, and regular training camps are significant hurdles. Expecting top-notch performance from a 15-20 day training camp is unrealistic. These foundational problems need to be addressed for any coach to succeed.

The Role of Financial Stability

No coach will want to work in an environment where their salary is overdue for months. Financial instability deters quality coaches from committing to the team. This issue must be resolved to attract and retain top talent.

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The Diaspora Dilemma

Three highly experienced diaspora players were eager to join the team but faced Constantine’s dismissive behavior. This approach not only demotivates players but also hampers the team’s potential growth. Favoring certain players like Gujjar Haseeb Mamoon, who have continuously underperformed, over skilled diaspora players, raises questions about Constantine’s judgment.

Unrealistic Expectations vs. Reality

Some critics, like Arfa, have unrealistic expectations, wanting the team to score three goals every game and top the group. This perspective ignores the achievements and capabilities of other teams like Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, and Jordan. Saudi Arabia’s victory over Argentina in the 2022 World Cup, Tajikistan’s quarter-final reach in the Asian Cup, and Jordan’s final appearance highlight the significant gap between these teams and Pakistan.


The constant factor in Constantine’s tenure appears to be favoritism and questionable decisions. The fundamental issues within Pakistani football need urgent attention. Building a solid infrastructure, securing financial stability, and fostering a fair and inclusive selection process are essential steps toward progress. Until these changes are made, expecting remarkable results from any coach, including Constantine, is unrealistic.

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