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Spinghar Mountains, or literally translated, the white mountains, are the eastern part of the Hindukush mountain range which straddle Afghanistan and Pakistan. They shoot up at some parts over 4,500 metres into the sky and are white for much of the year due to snow precipitation.
These majestic mountains for the backdrop for much of the scenery in these eastern provinces.
‘Bazan’ means hawks, or goshawks. Hawks are common in many parts of Afghanistan especially in the colder mountainous climate of this region. They are great birds of prey and have traditionally been used in falconry in the region. Their smaller body and shorter wings allows them to be adept in maneuvering within forests or wooded areas, unlike their larger cousins the falcons and eagles.
The Spinghar Bazan football team represents the eastern provinces of Afghanistan and like their mascot, aim to be quick, nimble and effective and hope to rest the championship of the inaugural Roshan Afghan Premier League trophy for 2012.
|Center||Abhar Ali Noor|
|Center||Sayed Naseer Hussaini|
|Defence||Abdul Manan Farahi||1|
|Center||Faqeer Hussain Himati||1|
|Defence||Najeebullah Faqeer Zada|
|Goalkeeper||Ahmad Zohaib Asel||1||1|
|Defence||Sayed Farhad Meeri|