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Bangladesh Football team leaves for Qatar today

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Bangladesh National Football team will leave the city for Qatar today to play two practice matches there. Bangladesh team will stay Qatar two weeks. There the team will take part in the conditioning camp.
Then the team will return home. After that, Bangladesh team will leave the city for Thailand on March 19. The team will stay there for seven days. The team will participate in a week-long conditioning camp there and will play two practice matches. Then the team will leave Thailand for Laos on March 25. Bangladesh will play a FIFA International Friendly Football match against Laos on March 27. After October 10, 2016, Bangladesh are going to play their first international match.
Head Coach of Bangladesh Football team Andrew Ord conducted a two-weak long coaching camp at the BKSP in Savar.
The players are: Mahfuz Hasan Pritom, Anisur Rahman Zico, Ashraful Islam Rana, Monjurur Rahman Manik, Saddam Hossain Anny, Uttam Kumar Banik, Bishwanath Gosh, Topu Barman, Rahmat Mia, Nurul Faisal, Sushanto Tripura , Mamunul Islam Mamun, Faisal Mahmud, Ali Hossain, Jamal Bhuiyan, Md Ibrahim, Md Shadhin, Rahim Uddin, Masuk Miah Zoni, Md Abdullah, Biplu Ahmed, Abu Sufian Sufil, Jafar Iqbal and Tawhidul Alam Sabuz.
The officials are: Satyajit Das Rupu (Manager), Andrew Ord (Head Coach), Mahbub Hossain Roxy (Assistant Coach), Jason Brown (Goalkeeping Coach), Mario Lemos (Physiotherapist), Ashiq Rahman Siddique (Interpreter) and Md Mohsin (Kitman).

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