Injured footballers Magar, Lama to get treatment in Qatar
Kathmandu, 28 December (2020) - Injured Nepali footballers Bimal Gharti Magar and Bikram Lama will be treated in Qatar on the initiatives of the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), it has been informed.
This has become possible after the Qatar Football Association (QFA) agreed to the request of ANFA, the governing body of football in Nepal, in this regard, said ANFA's spokesperson Kiran Rai.
Magar and Lama were injured during a closed training session for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualification, he said, adding that both injured players would miss the training session and world cup qualification due to their ill-health.
Lama has sustained leg injuries and Magar knee injuries. In the past, footballers Nabin Maharjan and Rabin Shrestha received medical treatment in Qatar.
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