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FIFA asks ANFA to reinstate 4 suspended officials

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KATHMANDU — World football governing body FIFA has asked the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) to reinstate its four suspended officials and hold fresh election.

Addressing ANFA General Secretary Dhirendra Pradhan in a letter, Markus Kattner, an acting general secretary of FIFA,  has asked that the association to reinstate the suspended officials before May 23.

After FIFA Ethics Committee suspended disgraced ANFA President Ganesh Thapa for 10 years on November 16 last year, the Nepali football governing body has seen no change in its leadership with Narendra Shrestha, who is not an executive member, leading as the acting president.

ANFA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Indraman Tuladhar has confirmed the receiving of letter from the FIFA on Tuesday and said that FIFA has asked ANFA to reinstate the three vice presidents — Karma Tshering Sherpa, Bijay Narayan Manandhar and Kishor Rai — along with member Pankaj Bikram Nembang.

FIFA has also asked the association to hold the presidential election as soon as possible to fill the post that has remained vacant since Thapa was banned by FIFA for 10 years on November 16 last year.

ANFA had sacked Sherpa, Manandhar, Rai and Nembang on September 28 a year ago after the dissident group had filed complaints against disgraced former ANFA chief Ganesh Thapa at the Public Accounts Committee of the legislature-parliament.

They had also filed case at the Patan Appellate Court against the annual general assembly called by ANFA, forcing the football governing body to cancel the meeting on the eve of the scheduled date.

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National cricket players to get Rs.3 lakhs each





KATHMANDU — Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has announced to provide Rs 300,000 each to the team members of the national cricket team.

Felicitating the cricketers at the PM’s official residence in Baluwatar on Monday, the PM announced the cash prize to the Nepali cricketers and coaches for their outstanding performance in the recently held ICC World Cricket League Competition organized in Namibia.

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The amount would be handed over to the cricketers on coming Friday. The Nepali players are leaving here for Zimbabwe coming Saturday for the World Cup Qualifier Games.

The PM will bid farewell to the Nepali cricketers along with the cash prize on the same day.

Meanwhile, Chairman of Madan Bhandari Sports Academy Binod Shrestha announced to provide Rs 100,000 each to the Nepali cricketers and coaches.

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