The Official website of the Roshan Afghan Premier League
|2||DF||Shabir Ahmad Shirzai|
|3||DF||Abdul Jawad Samadi|
|4||DF||Muhamad Ghafor Asir||1|
|5||DF||Muhamad Hashem Wahedi|
|10||FW||Abdul Saboor Asir|
|11||MF||Mohamad Shahim Naimi||1|
|13||DF||Mohamd Kazim Naderi|
|16||FW||Abdul Ali Shokori|
|17||DF||Aziz Ahmad Mohamadi|
|18||FW||Mohamad Munir Danish|
|21||GK||Abdul Azim Hamidi|
|22||MF||Abdul Matin Yaqubi|
The Hindukush mountain range is the most dominant in Afghanistan, stretching some 800km through the heart of Afghanistan. It peaks at almost 6,000 metres (19.100 feet) near Kabul and feeds many rivers into Afghanistan and Pakistan which form the basis of agriculture for many thousands of people.
The high cliffs of the Hindu Kush mountains make for great nesting grounds for Afghanistan’s great eagles (Oqaban) which boast wingspans of greater than 2 metres. These great creatures have tremendous eye sight and speed, and can spot prey from over 1500 metres away while moving at speed. Eagles have been respected and admired in Afghanistan and at one stage the eagle was even used as a symbol on the Afghan flag.
The Oqaban Hindukush football team want to be fast and powerful like the eagles of Afghanistan, and bring glory to their provinces through their success in the Roshan Afghan Premier League.