Abdullah Al Mutairi, the head coach of Nepal’s national football team, has announced his resignation. He has announced his resignation from All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) on social media. He told the football fans that ANFA senior vice president Pankaj Nembang had been refusing to cooperate for the past three weeks and had decided to leave the team. Coach Abdullah has led the Nepali national football team on a path of change in the five months being the head coach of the national football team. Abdullah, who arrived in Nepal with the help of the Qatar Football Association under a one-year agreement with ANFA, has accused ANFA’s senior vice-president of playing games with him. He also said that Senior Vice President Nembang would be pleased if he resigned.