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Afghan Girls National Football Team to Face India

 Afghanistan’s national girls football team is expected to face rival India in the first match of the South Asia Girls Football Championship on Tuesday
 
At a press conference on Monday, the two coaches from the Afghan team explained said they were well prepared. 
 
Kelly Lindsey, the American coach, said: “Despite insecurity and other problems, Afghanistan football federation supported Afghan girls players ... The players will play better than last year.”
 
“Players are better than before. We watched the India team play and they are a big rival for us. Playing with this team is interesting for me and I hope to gain good results,” said Haley Carter, second coach of the team.
 
“Our team couldn’t reach any achievements in 2014, but now as changes happened in coaching we will play differently. I don’t want to look back, but want to look forward and look at the future of Afghanistan’s girls football. We will play differently and will have good achievements,” said Shabnam Mabarz, Afghan Girls’ National Football Team captain.
 
The tournament will start tomorrow in Bangal state of India and seven team's from south-Asia countries will play.
 
In the team lineup, the Afghan football team is scheduled to play Indian and Bangladeshi teams. 
 
In the past three years Afghan girls played in the championship, and managed to reach fourth place in 2012.

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Afghan Girls National Football Team to Face India

At a press conference on Monday, the two coaches from the Afghan team said the women were well prepared

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 Afghanistan’s national girls football team is expected to face rival India in the first match of the South Asia Girls Football Championship on Tuesday
 
At a press conference on Monday, the two coaches from the Afghan team explained said they were well prepared. 
 
Kelly Lindsey, the American coach, said: “Despite insecurity and other problems, Afghanistan football federation supported Afghan girls players ... The players will play better than last year.”
 
“Players are better than before. We watched the India team play and they are a big rival for us. Playing with this team is interesting for me and I hope to gain good results,” said Haley Carter, second coach of the team.
 
“Our team couldn’t reach any achievements in 2014, but now as changes happened in coaching we will play differently. I don’t want to look back, but want to look forward and look at the future of Afghanistan’s girls football. We will play differently and will have good achievements,” said Shabnam Mabarz, Afghan Girls’ National Football Team captain.
 
The tournament will start tomorrow in Bangal state of India and seven team's from south-Asia countries will play.
 
In the team lineup, the Afghan football team is scheduled to play Indian and Bangladeshi teams. 
 
In the past three years Afghan girls played in the championship, and managed to reach fourth place in 2012.

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