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Deputy PM meets with Futsal Players

KABUL(BNA) Deputy Prime Minister Meets with the coaches and players of the Afghanistan national futsal team

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, Deputy politic of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, met with the coaches and players of the Afghan Under-19 National Futsal Team at Qasr Sepidar this afternoon and encouraged them to be more successful.
In the meeting, Hafez Ahmad jan Zadran, Technical Vice President of the Afghanistan’s Football Federation, and Taher Rufi, Technical Director of the Afghanistan’s Football Federation, While providing detials about the upcoming matches of the Afghanistan national futsal team, they asked for providing facilities and further attention to the team, adding: “They believe that futsal players will achieve great success in the future with the support of Islamic Emirate.”
Afterward, Mohammad Dawad Murtazavi, the head coach of the mentioned players, congratulated the whole nation on the 2nd position of the Afghanistan futsal team and added that the attention, support and continuous encouragement of the leadership of the Islamic Emirate of the players have a positive effect on their morale in sports sector.
Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, Deputy Prime Minister, congratulated the runner-up of the Afghan Under-19 National Futsal Team at the Central Asian Games Cup and added that your runner-up position in the tournament is in fact the success of all Afghans, because you represent You participated from Afghanistan.
The political deputy of the prime minister, while providing cash assistance to the players of the national futsal team under the age of 19, said: “You are appreciated for serving the country through sports, and I thank your coaches and supporters, and I hope that in the future for Bring more success to Afghanistan. He added that the Islamic Emirate, like other fields, pays attention to sports and strongly supports athletes.

Bakhtar News Agency

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