Indian women’s football team will start practice session from December 1

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New Delhi: The practice session of the Indian women’s football team will begin in Goa from December 1. The practice session is being held for the first time after a nationwide lockdown implemented in the wake of the Corona epidemic. Head coach Memol Rocky has invited 30 players for the practice session in view of the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 to be held in India. Meanwhile, keeping in mind the safety of the players in the wake of Corona epidemic, the Kovid-19 protocol has been prepared which will be followed by every member of the team. All India Football Federation AIFF national teams director Abhishek Yadav said Willing to return. He said, the team is keen to return to the field as soon as possible. The last few months have been unprecedented and we are taking decisive steps towards advancing Indian football. The AFC Women’s Asian Cup is near and we will have to complete our preparations by the time the tournament starts. Former Blue Tiger captain Yadav said, “Safety of our players and staff is important. There will be no best practice in this. He said that the safety protocol related to corona issued by the Ministry of Health will be followed.

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