The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) is seeking the permission from Nepal government to resume their training for FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers and AFC Asian Cup 2023 qualifiers.
In a meeting of the FA, it had been proposed to resume the national team training from next month. The FA has requested to submit National Sports Council (NSC) to accumulate the permission to resume the training for matches.
According to the national team analyst Madhusudhan Pyakurel, the FA has demanded the PCR tests of the players and therefore the officials involved before starting the training.
Nepal is set to play three home matches against Australia, Jordan and Chinese Taipei. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has already announced their proposed dates for all those matches.
All the matches are going to be played at Dashrath Stadium and there’s high possibility of matches being in empty stadium. Nepal currently sits at number four in group B with three points from five matches. The only win for Nepal came against Chinese Taipei.