The players of the Afghan national football team are asking FIFA for help

Three former players of the Afghan women’s soccer team criticized the International Football Association (FIFA) and asked them to provide assistance to the national team players who are in Afghanistan.

“We are very disappointed with FIFA, there are cries for help and they are audible, but FIFA always is in delay, “said Mariam Giti Rohen, in statements to the “Sky Sports” network.

Rohen, 27, who lives in the northern German city of Hamburg, said the female soccer players were abandoned in Afghanistan because FIFA didn’t move fast enough.

But he also confirmed that he had not lost hope and added: “It is my duty, as a player who has represented the national team, and as a colleague of these players, to convey this hope and continue the fight from the outside, provided that while we fight, they will fight they too”.

Shabnam Rohin, 30, told Sky Sports that with the help of FIFPro, 77 people, including players and administrators with their family members, have been evacuated from Afghanistan so far.

Mina Ahmadi also said: We hope that the players who managed to escape are not left behind and that FIFA will help them.

She added: She hopes there will be a chance to give players the feeling that the team is not over yet, and the former players believe that women’s football will have no chance. in Afghanistan under the rule of the Taliban, which caused a stir in all over the world by controlling the domination of Afghanistan in earlier From this August.

The three players were in team until 2018 and left the team after an assault scandal witnessed by the Football Association.

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