The Official website of the Roshan Afghan Premier League
|Coach||Mohammad Taher Monawari|
|Delegate||Samiullah Saleh Zada|
|Ramin Jan Ziaee|
|CENTER||Abdul Rahim Nazari|
|4||Hameedullah Adman Kheel|
|6||FW||Muhamad Naasir Afzali||2|
|7||CENTER||Khan Mohammad Saidi|
|12||Haje Mohammad Soroosh|
|15||CENTER||Said Ahmad Karimi|
|20||FW||Ahmad Khoshhal Karimi|
|21||GK||Abdul Base Azimi|
The Amu Darya (‘Darya’ means river) is the largest river in Afghanistan stretching from the footsteps of the Pamir mountains in the north of Afghanistan all the way to the Aral Sea, some 2,600kms to the north and west. The Amu river was also called the Oxus by Greeks and forms the geographic boundary between Afghanistan on the one hand and Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and even parts of Turkmenistan on the other.
The Amu river is used as a primary means of sustaining agriculture in the north of Afghanistan and the entire region and without its benefits, many people would suffer.
The Pamir mountains also dominates the provinces who are represented by Mawjhai Amu, including a large part of Badakhshan province.
‘Mawjha’ means waves, and the Mawjhai Amu football team aims to hit the whole of Afghanistan like a wave of talent and skill, and hope to bring victory and glory to these north-western provinces.