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SAFF Championship 2013 Draw - LIVE
Follow the draw for South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship, as it happens in Kathmandu, Nepal, LIVE with Goal...
12:00 IST
That brings an end to the official draw ceremony of the SAFF Championship. Join us for detailed coverage on Goal!
11:55 IST
Salauddin: The club championship is one of my biggest dreams. in Europe, it is the most popular competition. But I have a problem. Everybody has time except India. India are not comfortable to find the time. 1) Sponsorship - that can b arranged 2) timing from India team There are my two problems. I will request indian fa president (Praful Patel) so that we can work around their schedule to arrange for the club championship to be held
11:55 IST
A question for Salauddin: What were you thinking of SAFF Club championship which wasto be held sometime this year?
11:40 IST
Lama: We are working with Nepal Football Association and the local government is keen to develop football. By one or two years, we will extend our activities to 60 districts. Lot of areas we dont have football grounds as we are a mountaineous country. We also have a national programme to groom a footballer in schools and colleges.  We are enhancing our infrastructure for now and that is our focus.
11:38 IST
Next on the mike was Mr. Lama . Question to him was: "What is the role of sports council in developing football"
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