September 13, 2023
Kathmandu, Nepal - In a tumultuous period for Nepali football, the Football Players Association has taken a decisive step by calling for the resignation of the President and General Secretary of the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA). This move comes amidst ongoing controversies and disputes within the nation's footballing community.
Karma Chhiring Sherpa, the former President of ANFA and the current head of several prominent football club associations, has spearheaded this demand. Alongside him, 49 members representing various clubs and football associations have jointly signed and submitted their formal request for the immediate resignation of ANFA's top leadership.
Sherpa, while explaining the motivation behind this bold move, emphasized the importance of steering Nepali football back onto the right course. He called upon all stakeholders to remain vigilant and ensure that this crucial decision is enacted properly, in the best interests of the sport.
The response from the ANFA regarding this significant development is eagerly awaited. This demand for leadership change highlights the urgency of addressing the prevailing issues and restoring stability and integrity within Nepali football.
As this story unfolds, the future of Nepali football remains uncertain, but one thing is clear: the football community is eager to see a resolution that will allow the sport to thrive and prosper once again.