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U-23 booters off to Palestine

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A moment of the match of the Walton 1st Inter-University Football Tournament between East West University and Stamford University at the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Sunday. East West University won the match 3-1.



The Bangladesh national U-23 national football team left Qatar's capital Doha for Palestine last afternoon to take part in the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers, source BFF online.
The team had their last training session in Doha on Saturday evening.
The team will miss the service of Jewel Rana, who will return home due to groin injury. In his place, Mohammad Ibrahim will join the team. Bangladesh will start qualifier tournament campaign taking on Jordan in their first match on July 19.

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