All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Star Hospital Limited for the hospital and health partnership.
ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar and Star Hospital Executive Chairman Kishore K Maharjan signed the agreement at ANFA Complex on Sunday.
As per the agreement, Star Hospital will conduct PCR tests for the players and officials of the national men's and women's team. Star Hospital will also monitor and provide consultation to those who test positive for Covid-19.
The AFC Futsal Coaching Course Level 1 has been postponed until further notice due to technical reasons.
The course was scheduled for July 15-20.
Head coach of men's national football team Abdullah Almutairi has reduced his national team squad to 36.
The national team has been training in closed camp to prepare for the SAFF Championship and AFC Asian Cup China Qualifier Final Round.
Goalkeeper Bishal Sunar, Amit Tamang, Bibek Basnet, Darshan Gurung, Dona Thapa, Gaurav Budathoki, Mikchen Tamang, Niraj Basnet, Nishan Khadka, Prizen Tamang, Ravi Paswan, Sesehang Angdembe, Shisir Lekhi and Sudil Rai have been left out.
Midfielder Bikram Lama has also been training with the national team to aid his recovery process. If fully fit, he may be considered for the national team.
Players: Kiran Kumar Limbu (GK), Deep Karki (GK), Bikesh Kuthu (GK), Bishal Shrestha (GK), Arpan Karki (GK), Aashish Lama, Abhishek Rijal, Ananta Tamang, Anjan Bista, Arik Bista, Ayush Ghalan, Bharat Khawas, Bishal Rai, Dinesh Rajbanshi, Gautam Shrestha, George Prince Karki, Kamal Thapa, Manish Dangi, Nawayug Shrestha, Nitin Thapa, Prakash Budathoki, Pujan Uperkoti, Rajan Gurung, Rajiv Lopchan, Randip Poudel, Ranjit Dhimal, Rohit Chand, Sanjog Rai, Santosh Tamang, Sujal Shrestha, Suman Aryal, Suman Lama, Sunil Bal, Suraj Jeu Thakuri, Tej Tamang, Tridev Gurung
Players and officials who helped the national team win the Three Nations Cup 2021 have received award money from the government on Sunday.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli handed out the prize amid a special programme at PM's Office in Baluwatar today.
PM Oli lauded the national team for winning the trophy and wished them best for the upcoming SAFF Championship.
The government had announced cash prize of Rs 400,000 to each players and officials for winning the cup. It was Nepal's first trophy on home soil in 37 years.
Sanjog Rai and Bishal Rai scored for the hosts to edge Bangladesh 2-1 in the final at Dasharath Stadium.
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