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19 Jan, 2015

RAPL Players Being Trained in Social Media to Interact with Fans

 After receiving such strong requests from fans to communicate directly with RAPL players on Facebook, the RAPL head office invited players to Kabul to be trained in social media this week.

8 Jan, 2015

2014 Season in Review - Simorgh Alborz

The Simorgh is a mythical creature - a large, graceful, winged bird - which is referred to in many famous poems, because of its capability of making great sacrifices.

31 Dec, 2014

RAPL Players Lead Teams in Afghanistan Clubs Championship Tournament

Exciting news out of the Afghan football scene this week as the Afghanistan Football Federation just wrapped up their annual clubs championship tournament, which featured many Roshan Afghan Premier

29 Dec, 2014

2014 Season in Review - Mawjhai Amu

Mawjhai Amu made strides towards becoming a competitive team during the 2014 Roshan Afghan Premier League season by recording their first win ever.

24 Dec, 2014

2014 Season in Review - Toofan Harirod

 Toofan Harirod finished the 2014 Roshan Afghan Premier League season with one win, a loss, and a draw to earn third place in group B and fifth place overall.

17 Dec, 2014

2014 Season in Review: Oqaban Hindukosh

Oqaban Hindukosh spread their wings and took flight in 2014, making it all the way to the Roshan Afghan Premier League championship.

16 Dec, 2014

2014 Season in Review: Shaheen Asmayee

Shaheen Asmayee made history in 2014 as they became the first team to win back to back RAPL championships.

10 Dec, 2014

2014 Season Review: De Maiwand Atalan

Coming in to the 2014 RAPL season, pundits predicted De Maiwand Atalan would finish with a losing record and miss the playoffs.

7 Dec, 2014

2014 Season Review: De Spinghar Bazan

 De Spinghar Bazan made headlines early in 2014 when they signed their captain and RAPL superstar Rafi Barakzai away from Toofan Harirod, showing their fans that

30 Nov, 2014

To be a Great Footballer You Should Practice, Practice, Practice

Aimal Gerowal was born in Kabul and has spent most of his life in Afghanistan.

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