Bangladesh U-18 national women's football team
head coach Golam Robanni Choton said they aim to play the final of the SAFF
U-18 Women's Championship which is scheduled to be held from September 28 to
October 7 in Thimpu, Bhutan.
He was speaking at a pre-departure press conference on Thursday at the
conference room of Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF).
We are going to take part in the championship for the first time and we
want to make it memorable by playing good football. Our main aim is to play
the SAFF final, Choton said to the reporters.
He said: The team has been practicing for a long time and I think the
team has great combination with U-16 and U-18 players, who played a lot of
international matches I hope they will be able to bring good results in
Team skipper Moushumi Akter also echoed her coach's statement as she said
they want to play the SAFF final.
She said they have been undergoing training for a long time and doing hard
work for the tournament and hoped to play in the final.
Obviously I am feeling pressure being a captain of the team but I will
try my level best to give my team inside the ground as well as to try to
fight to take the team to the final, she said to a questioner.
Vice Team's vice captain Maria Manda said their aim is to play final of
the championship and hoped to bring a good result for the nation.
BFF women's wing chairman Mahfuza Akter Kiron said the team has been
practicing for a long time and I think the team has done enough practice and
hope they will fight for the championship.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)