Promising forward Sheikh Morsalin is all set to miss out on the home-and-away fixtures of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Palestine in March, informed national team coach Javier Cabrera.
Sheikh Morsalin, one of the rising stars in Bangladesh football, has been struggling to find a place in the Bashundhara Kings playing XI this season, having not played a match for the club since December 11.
The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) renewed its contract with current head coach Javier Cabrera for another year running till December 2024.
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) is likely to extend the contract of Javier Cabrera, the head coach of men’s national team, for another year with an increase of his wages following demand from the 39-year-old.
Even though Bangladesh coach Javier Cabrera is eager to show improvement of his charges, the men in red and green will probably look to avoid embarrassment in their opening World Cup Qualifiers fixture against Australia at the AAMI Park in Melbourne today.
Two days into Australia, the national football team's booters are still battling to adjust to the chilly temperature in Melbourne, but they expect to acclimate before the match against Australia on Thursday.
Bangladesh national football team concentrated on recovery from 20-hour of journey after reaching Melbourne last night ahead of Tuesday’s World Cup Qualifying fixture against Australia.
Bangladesh coach Jaiver Cabrera pinned hopes on old guns that played the pre-qualifiers against Maldives, with only Sheikh Morsalin added to the final 23-member squad of the national football team for the World Cup Qualifiers tie against Australia.
Bangladesh head coach Javier Cabrera welcomes the challenge of facing Australia in the opening match of their FIFA World Cup Qualifiers campaign and believes his team can bring home a 'positive experience' from their trip down under.