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Bhutan off to flyer - saff u18 championship 2017
18
Sep
2017

Bhutan off to flyer

Bhutan upsets Maldives in the second match of the SAFF U 18 Championship in Thimphu; lone goal from Orgyen Wangchuk Tshering in 52nd minutes was enough to seal a maiden win for Bhutan. It was slow starts from both the teams and Maldives created more scoring chance than Bhutan in the first half but the...
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17
Sep
2017

Dragon Boys U-18

Wishing Bhutan U-18 Team, all the luck and good wishes for the SAFF U-18 Championship 2017  tournament and we sincerely hope they will come out as winner and lead the team to victory. Their unperturbed commitment to tournament will blossom and shower success on them. Players Profile    
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bhutan vs palesting
05
Sep
2017

Bhutan vs Palestine

Kick off at the Changlimithang ground commences today. Bhutan vs Palestine, may the force be with us all.
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2 Bhutanese women referees in FIFA for first time
29
Jun
2017

2 Bhutanese women referees in FIFA for first time

FIFA has selected two women from Bhutan to serve as referee and assistance referee from the handful of women referees in the country.
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11
Feb
2017

Rising lady football star

While most girls her age dreamed of shiny sandals and Barbie dolls, 9-year-old Ngawang Yangchen fancied Nike boots and football jerseys. She is 19 today. For Ngawang Yangchen, skipper with the national women’s football team, football was love at first sight. Popularly known as Parop, Ngawang Yangchen’s skills is comparable to that of Chencho Gyeltshen’s....
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31
Jan
2017

VALENCIA OFF TO BHUTAN FOR AFC CUP

Club Valencia Captain Shafiu Ahmed says despite poor preparations, they are still confident they can spring a surprise at Bhutan in the AFC Cup play off against Thimphu City. Club Valencia departed to Bhutan yesterday to play the match against Bhutanese Champion Thimphu city on 31st January. Speaking exclusively to Maldivesoccer.com Shafiu said that his...
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28
Jan
2017

LOST BUT NOT DEFEATED

Bhutan fielded youngest women national team for the SAFF women’s championship this year and it was brave performance from the girls. With average age of the 16 years in the team, the girls lacked experience, match exposure and game intelligence at the start. As the matches went on the girls grew with confident and the...
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