Indian Women’s Team Prepares for AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan

Indian Women's Team Prepares for AFC Women's Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan
Indian Women's Team Prepares for AFC Women's Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan
Indian Women's Team Prepares for AFC Women's Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan
Indian Women's Team Prepares for AFC Women's Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan

Indian Women’s Team Prepares for AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan

Indian Women’s Team Prepares for AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan

Indian Women’s Team Prepares for AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan

The Indian Women’s Team, led by head coach Thomas Dennerby, has unveiled its 22-member squad set to participate in the Round 2 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers in Uzbekistan. The Blue Tigresses are part of Group C, and they will face formidable opponents, including Japan, Vietnam, and Uzbekistan in a battle for qualification.

Challenging Competition Awaits

The Indian women’s team is up against some formidable competition in the Round 2 qualifiers. Japan, with a ranking of 8, stands as a strong side, while Vietnam (ranked 34) and Uzbekistan (ranked 50) also present challenging adversaries. The Indian team, currently ranked at 61, recognizes the difficulties that lie ahead.

A Stronger and United Unit

Despite the stiff competition, Thomas Dennerby is confident that the Indian women’s team has evolved into a more potent force. He believes that they are now a stronger and more cohesive unit than before, and they are determined to give their all in pursuit of qualification.

Realistic Expectations

Acknowledging the formidable task of beating Japan, Dennerby remains realistic about the team’s goals. He suggests that securing the second position in the group could be a more achievable target, given Japan’s strength. Nevertheless, the Indian women are prepared to give their best and fight for their place in the next round of qualifiers.

The Squad

The 22-member squad representing India in this challenging competition includes a blend of experienced players and promising talent. The team will be led by head coach Thomas Dennerby, who will be guiding and strategizing for their campaign in Uzbekistan.

As the Indian Women’s Team embarks on this journey, they aim to make their mark on the international stage, furthering the growth of women’s football in India.

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