| New Delhi |
Updated: September 3, 2020 9:57:28 am
THERE ISN’T a lot that Razak Ali expects from others — just “dua” (prayers) for his 20-year-old son, Anwar.
“Dua” is all that the Ali household has been living on after it came to light last year that Anwar, one of India’s most promising footballers and breadwinner of the family of six, had a congenital heart disease.
The diagnosis put a fledgling career on pause. And now, within the next 10 days, the country’s football federation will decide if Anwar should ever play again.