Slaven Skeledzic, the newly-appointed coach of Afghanistan’s national football team, wants to enable a European brand of football to be played in Afghanistan.
There has been a tremendous outpouring of support for the members of national Taekwondo team who resigned recently in protest against alleged corruption and mismanagement in the Afghan National Olympic Committee.
It is turning from bad to ugly. After the two-time Olympic medalist Rohullah Nikpa tendered his resignation in protest against the “rampant corruption and mismanagement” in Afghan National Olympic Committee (ANOC), another young athlete has called it quits.
Rohullah Nikpah, the only Afghan athlete to win two Olympic medals, has tendered his resignation to the Afghan National Olympic Committee (ANOC).
At a press conference in Kabul on Monday, Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) formally introduced Slaven Skeledzic as the new coach of the national football team.
Afghanistan’s differently-abled cricket team will be touring Pakistan for a series to be played between February 21 and 28.
Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) has announced the appointment of Slaven Skeledzic as the new coach of the national football team.
In the fifth match of Dubai Triangular Series at the picturesque Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday, Afghanistan came from behind to thrash Ireland by 71 runs.