the final call will be taken by AIFF's Executive Committee, and they are more than likely to follow the medical committee's recommendation.
According to recent reports, AIFF sports medical committee is deliberating over the health condition of Anwar Ali and whether or not he should be allowed to play professional football.
Ali is a part of India'a FIFA U-17 World Cup squad. He was diagnosed with a 'congenital heart condition' when he was at Mumbai City FC after which he went to France for treatment. After coming back to India, he was looking to pursue his football dreams again.
According to a news report, AIFF's Sports Medical Committee, led by Dr. Vece Paes, went through Anwar's case on Sunday and after thoroughly studying his medical files, they have concluded that playing professional football would be risky for the youngster.
Owing to their conclusion, AIFF will be asking Anwar to not get into professional football and risk his health.
Goal's report further stated that the final call will be taken by AIFF's Executive Committee, and they are more than likely to follow the medical committee's recommendation.
This would mean that Anwar will not be able to register himself in any competition under the aegis of AIFF.