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2021-01-11

Former player and ANFA Gen Secy Lok Bahadur Shahi passes away

Former national football team player and All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) General Secretary Lok Bahadur Shahi passed away on Sunday night. He was 65.

Shahi died at his ancestral home in Choratta, Dailekh.

Shahi played as a goalkeeper of the national football team from 1982-1989. He was also a member of the team when Nepal won gold for football in 1984 South Asian Games.

Shahi also served as ANFA's general secretary from 1995 to 2002.

Members and officials of national team held a minute silence to mourn Shahi's death before the start of training on Monday.

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2021-01-05

AFNA holds discussion with 'B' and 'C' Division clubs over statute amendment

All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) on Tuesday held discussion with 'B' and 'C' Division clubs over amending the statute.

Participants from the clubs suggested amendments which were duly noted by Statute Draft Committee coordinator and ANFA Spokesperson Kiran Rai and deputy coordinator Madhu Sudan Upadhyay.

ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar and Executive Committee member Dawa Lama were also present during the discussion.

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2020-12-29

ANFA Women's Online Refereeing Course concludes

The three day ANFA Women's Online Refereeing Course 2020 concluded on Tuesday.

Eighteen participants took part in the virtual course. ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar inaugurated the virtual event on Sunday.

In the first day, former FIFA Referee Laba Khatri instructed the participants about the Laws of the Game Changes during the morning session. Khatri also instructed about the challenges in the final session after former FIFA Referee Kalpana Sharma briefed on the handball rules in the afternoon session.

Khatri also instructed on penalty area incidents on the second day which also saw former FIFA referee Gajendra Man Singh explaining about tactical fouls.

The third and final day was on positioning and reading the game by Singh, offiside by Sharma and fitness by former FIFA Assistant Referee Sailesh Joshi.

The participants also took part in various questions and answers and video tests sessions during the course.

ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa addressed the course in the final day.

List of Participants

S. No

Full Name

Address

1

Bina Nawachhe Shrestha

Kathmandu

2

Anjana Rai

TAC

3

Radhika Shakya

Kathmandu

4

Uma Shrestha

Sankhuwasabha

5

Sanu Maya Magar

Bara

6

Kriti Sen

Rupandehi

7

Jenisa Shahi

Surkhet

8

Upama Rayamajhi

Kathmandu

9

Parbati Rana Magar

Kaski

10

Sharmila Rai

Bhojpur

11

Meena Bista

Morang

12

Jamuna Magar

Morang

13

Hasta Laxmi Rai

Sunsari

14

Sunita Rai

Sunsari

15

Sarita Magar

Sunsari

16

Janaki Tarung

Surkhet

17

Anita Mahato

Chitwan

18

Santona Pun

Chitwan

Instructors

1

Buddhi Bahadur Gurung

Technical

2

Shree Ram Ranjitkar

Technical

3

Gajendra man Singh

Technical

4

Kalpana Sharma

Technical

5

Laba Khatri

Technical

6

Sailesh Joshi

Fitness

7

Madhusudan Khanal

Observer Instructor

8

Birendra Pandey

Observer Instructor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course Coordinator

 Rojen Shrestha – FIFA Assistant Referee

 

 

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2021-01-04

Discussion with 'B' Division clubs held over regulations

All Nepal Football Association on Monday held a discussion with 'B' Division clubs over tournament regulation for Martyr's Memorial B Division League which is scheduled to begin from February 23.

League Committee Deputy Coordinator Ramesh Rayamajhi and Competition Director Sanjeeb Mishra discussed with clubs over the regulation for the halted league.

Following the discussion, the meeting agreed to allow five more players for registration taking the total registered players from 35 to 40. Similarly, two officials, both health professionals, will also be allowed for registration by clubs.

The league will now have five substitutes, up from three, when it resumes. The tie-sheet for match 33 to 66 will be continued from earlier tie-sheet.

A meeting with club officials on December 23 had agreed to resume the league, halted since March 18, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, from February 23.

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