Former football coach who called FANCA Federation a racist regime is ready to apologize for the comments made only if he is proven wrong.
Ahmed Buksh said the onus is on the federation to come forth with evidence that the qualification criterion for players and coaches are not based on racial denominations.
"I will be the first one to extend my sincere apology but the burden of proof lies with FANCA Federation. They must prove they're far from being a racist organization", said Buksh.
The Surrey-rite's comments stemmed after his two sons' were snubbed a place in the team because they were not Sunni Muslims.
Buksh said while the Sportsone news drew criticism from the partisan on social media, Face book, he has been inundated with calls of support from those that feel the issue is real and needed redress.
"I feel every Muslim footballer Shia or Sunni must be allowed to play.
"FANCA needs to keep away its false propaganda from the youths of Canada".
Buksh said he has been seeking clarifications on the very issue for sometime now, adding he will remain restless until such time a definitive response comes in the way of inclusiveness.
"We must foster inclusiveness and not engage in segregation under the name of Islam".
Buksh is ready to challenge FANCA, senior vice president Mohammed Azam Khan, president Mohammed Yusuf and the entire board over what he calls are the conspirators of bad constitution.