India’s U-17 Women’s World Cup coach will return back to Sweden tomorrow


Indian Women’s Head coach, Dennerby is leaving for his home in Sweden tomorrow. There is no training now and the players have left for their homes,” All India Football Federation General Secretary Kushal Das said PTI on Tuesday.

The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup is scheduled to be performed in 5 venues in India from November 2 to 21. The skilled 60-year-old Dennerby was appointed as the pinnacle coach of the Indian ladies’ U-17 group in November last year.

He had guided the Swedish ladies’ nationwide group to a third-place end within the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany in 2011 and a quarterfinal spot within the 2012 London Olympics. Dennerby additionally had a stint with the Nigerian senior ladies group through the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. He additionally coached the facet to the AWCON title in 2018.

When asked about, When Dennerby is prone to return to India, Das stated, “He will come back once he is able to train the players.” Das had earlier stated that the AIFF remained hopeful of the staging of the ladies’ age group showpiece of FIFA regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic inflicting cancellation and postponement of sporting occasions all through the world.

In India, 1670 people tested positive and 50 people have died due to the pandemic COVID 19. All over the world, 859032 people tested positive and 42322 have died. 178101 people have been recovered from the coronavirus


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