Sabina ‘All-rounder’

7 October, Kathmandu. Bangladesh captain Sabina Khatoon’s confidence in the press conference before the start of the SAIF Women’s Championship was unmatched. He left Dhaka to win the title. Bangladesh became the new champions of South Asia after beating the home team in the final after being undefeated in the tournament for two weeks. This… Continue reading Sabina ‘All-rounder’

Saaf women’s football: Bangladesh’s success formula in the eyes of captain Sabina

6 October, Kathmandu. After shocking Nepal at home and becoming the new champion of South Asia, the enthusiasm of the Bangladeshi women’s football team was amazing. To celebrate the success he had achieved after a long wait, he erupted in joy for a long time in front of the disappointed home fans present at the… Continue reading Saaf women’s football: Bangladesh’s success formula in the eyes of captain Sabina

Strong Bangladesh: An additional challenge for Nepal

26 August, Kathmandu. Before the introduction of the Women’s SAFF Championship football tournament, India was considered to be Nepal’s only competitor. Bangladesh are now also seen as the title contenders with India winning all the previous 5 editions and Nepal having played in 4 finals. Bangladesh, who played in the 2016 final, have proved that… Continue reading Strong Bangladesh: An additional challenge for Nepal

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