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Javier’s next mission Saif SC

Staff Reporter Football 2022-01-24, 10:15pm

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DHAKA -Though the national football team has no assignment at this moment, but Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF), the country's football governing body, has kept national football t5eam’s head coach Javier Cabrera t busy by imposing the task to visit the premier league’s clubs.

Javier’s current job is to visit Premier League’s clubs in order to select players to form the fighting national team ahead of March window. The Spanish-born Bangladesh’s coach has also started his mission. He already visited Abahani Club and BFF’s Elite Academy in Kamalapur and Uttar Baridhara Club as a part of his visit of the premier leagues club.

Javier’s next mission is Saif Sporting Club where he will see the club’s training activities at Asian City Football Club in the city’s Kowla tomorrow (Tuesday). He will then meet the footballers and club officials. He will see the club's environment and accommodation as well.

The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) will begin from February 3 at seven venues across the country. Before start of the league, the coach will visit all the participating clubs of the BPL and see their training activities and meet the officials of the clubs.

BFF’s technical director Paul Thomas Smalley will also be with the head coach to inspect the training activities of the club’s players.BSS