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Updated: March 30, 2013 22:33 IST

Barua to continue as coach

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A file photo of former India football player Anadi Barua (right) who has been appointed as coach of the Indian women's football team. Here he is seen with footballer Kartikeya Swarup.
The Hindu A file photo of former India football player Anadi Barua (right) who has been appointed as coach of the Indian women's football team. Here he is seen with footballer Kartikeya Swarup.

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has decided to retain Anadi Barua as the chief coach of the Indian women’s team.

Barua, a former India international, had taken charge in January for two friendlies against a visiting club side from the Netherlands. He will now coach the side in the 2014 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers, to be held in Palestine, in May.

The group D qualifying round matches will be held in West Bank from May 21-25.

The senior women’s camp for the qualifiers will start on April 1 at Pune. The team will travel to Nepal and Bahrain for practice before proceeding to Palestine.

The campers’ list:

Goalkeepers: Swarnamayee Samal, Roshini Devi, Tikina Samal and Usharani Das.

Defenders: Romi Devi, Ashalata Devi, Rashmita Patra, Suprava Samal, G. Radharani Devi, Tuli Goon, Lako Phuti Bhutia, Rebika Devi and Bijaya Devi.

Midfielders: Kamala Devi, Premi Devi, Supriya Routray, Manisha Panna, Nikhila Thumbayil, Amoolya Kamal, Montessori Chanu, O. Bembem Devi, Subhaprava Rout, Margaret Devi, Paromita Sit and Ansha.

Forwards: Parmeshwari Devi, Nima Lamhu Bhutia, Reena Roy, Jyoti Burret, Swati Rawat, D. Grace, Pinky Bompal Magar, Sasmita Malik, Sangeeta Basfore and L. Naobi Chanu.

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