Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Nepal vs Philippines - Live Scores Streaming and TV Information

Nepal National Team will take on Philippines in a friendly match which will be played on Doha, Qatar on April 11. The friendly match might be a match full of pressure for Nepal National Team which has faced lots of criticism from the fans and the football analyst recent.

After a defeat to lowly ranked Yemen, Nepal will take on Philippines in a friendly match, which certainly suggests that the team could be morally down. Philippines is a strong set team that has been preparing itself for AFC Challenge cup as the winner of the tournament gets into the Asia Cup which will be played in Australia.

Bimal Gharti Magar, the Nepalese hero would not be available for the match as he has been training with Anderlecht and will be playing Aegon Future cup with the team. Bimal could have got more senior team experience before he could represent Nepal in AFC U16 Championship, the test Nepal U16 team has been waiting for to try their luck in the U17 World Cup.

Coach Raju Kaji Shakya has removed Karna Limbu from the squad, however the reason has been told that Karna did not receive Visa to travel Qatar for the friendly match while others did. Biraj Maharjan has returned for the team while Bijay Dhimal has missed the visit due to an injury.

Live Updates and Streaming information

Live Match Update - Givemegoal Live Blog

Live Streaming - Givemegoal Live TV

TV Information - Al Kass Channel, Qatar

Prakash Budathoki, Shiva Shrestha both could have been included in the squad, however they were both sidelined due to injury, meanwhile Tanka Basnet and Jitendra Karki are two new faces that did not travel Doha earlier for Yemen Friendly.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

World Cup in Nepal - Football Movie that Represents Children Right

There may be many football related movies made over all. With Football being one of the most loved sports and has billions of followers, the directors and the producers target this sports to build up good follower of the movie. There are many best football movies made so far, however there has been very little or no history of a movie made in Nepalese Football ever.

Football movie in Nepal

World Cup in Nepal is a movie that displays the dedication of the main character Bipin towards the football. Its is believed to be the movie based in the true story and the movie tries to display a close relationship between Child and Parent Psychology.

The movie has collected good review so far with its trails and some of the premier shows abroad Nepal and is expected to release in Nepal very fast.

The movie was already shown in Israel film festival and the review was good enough which could attract good viewers.

Although Cricket has gained a lot of success in recent times, Football is arguably the best followed and stable sports in Nepal at the moment which makes us believe the movie will be good success.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Bimal Gharti Magar Ready for Anderlecht Training

The youth sensational Bimal Gharti Magar is ready to start training with Belgium top side Anderlecht. The 16 years old will train for two months there and will also feature in Aegon Future cup as quoted by different Nepalese Football portals.
Bimal's gear at Anderlecht

 Bimal who flied to Belgium from Nepal was escorted by a senior Football consultant and agent from Belgium, Louis de Vries who made everything clear about Bimal’s move there at Anderlecht. Bimal will star training from today and will train until two months with the Anderlecht U17 side where he will get different opportunities to train there.

 Bimal’s relatives received him at the airport early this morning in Brussels. He is currently staying at a hotel near the club.

The u-17 team manager has already visited Bimal and instructed him and also provide him the whole training kits. Bimal will wear Jersey No.10 in Anderlecht too.

Meanwhile Bimal also thanked Bangladesh assistant coach Rene Koster, FIFA Agent Louis de Vries and ANFA for their support in the process.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Bimal Gets Belgium Visa - Will Play Aegon Future Cup

Bimal Gharti Magar gets Belgium Visa for his two months stay at Belgium top side Anderlecht where he will feature in two months trial with the club.

Bangladesh assistant coach Rene Koster who has been involved in Bimal's involvement in the trial has confirmed that he will be playing Aegon Future Cup with Anderlecht U17 team where he will feature against AC Milan, Benfica and other top youth sides.

Bimal's previous trial with FC Twente could not be materialize and now he will be moving to Belgium.

The reports confirm Bimal will move Belgium on April 8 which means he will be missing Nepal vs Philippines friendly match.

Bimal also missed Nepal vs Yemen friendly match as he has been attending SLC examinations.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Bimal Gharti Magar to Appear SLC Tomorrow

Bimal Gharti Magar along with eight other Nepal U16 players will be appearing in School Leaving Certificate Test on Thursday.

Bimal Gharti Magar will be missing Yemen Friendly because he will be appearing in SLC exam.

The U16 team has skipped training for some time now as they have SLC exam which is also called the iron gate.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

AFC U16 Champions - The Boys Needs Step Up

Nepal U16 team will participate in AFC U16 championship which is set to kick off in September in Thailand. They will be participating alongside Asia's biggest teams like China, Japan and Iran and face a tough task to make it to the final four if they are supposed to make it to the U17 World Cup 2015.

The U16 teams has been doing great to defeat the B division outfits like Madhyapur Youth Association, Chyasal Youth club but this could be nothing more than a joke for the U16 side that needs to step up to match the level of Football which will be played in Thailand.
The AFC U16 championship is not only about world cup but its is also about Nepal's future in a long term. We must be aware of the fact that the players during the tournament will be eyed by top clubs for their youth academy and if the players impress during the tournament, they will be given chance. Scouts from different places will be eyeing the tournament, so ANFA must act and improve the skills of the players.
Also when I saw the U16's game during the AAHA RARA gold cup, the players were concerned about the individual performance than the team play. The coaches must take care of this and they must provide some kind of counseling class in order to boost up the moral and team respect to the guys.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bimal Gharti Magar Gets Trial Invitation from Belgium Side Anderlecht

Nepal International Biimal Gharti Magar gets an offer for a two months trial with the Belgium top side Anderlecht, according to

As mentioned, Bimal will participate for a two months training and trial at the club and the invitation letter has already been sent to All Nepal Football Association.

The deal has been made successful with the help of Bangladesh National Football team assistant coach Rene Koster who is all time admirer of Bimal Gharti Magar.

Bimal appeared in a two month trial with Netherlands side FC Twente where he even scored four individual goals in  a friendly match, however his stay could not be lengthened due to the problems in the extension of visa.

If ANFA permits the youngster to leave for Belgium, he will train there for two months in April and may before any future deals will be made.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

FC Twente Saga Still on for Bimal Gharti Magar

The FC Twente Saga is the most important for Nepalese Football Fans as the fans could see first Nepalese player enrolled with the first tier Football club in Nepal.

Bimal Gharti Magar, 16 is one of the highly rated player in Nepal, he has already trained with FC Twente for about a week and even scored four goals individually.

May be Nepali Football fans are too busy with Nepali Cricket at the moment, but there is one new news to enjoy about when it has been confirmed by in an interview with Bangladesh U16 coach and national team assistant coach Rene Koster that FC Twente are still interested with Bimal Gharti Magar but the only problem is his visa.

In an interview with givemegoal, Rene also said that he is working hard to promote Bimal in Europe which means he is trying to manage a club for Bimal.

Rene previously already said that he would be trying his best to make a platform for Bimal as he was highly impressed with the youngster.

For 16 years old, it is a great feet for him to train with FC Twente and even score which means he is certainly up to something in near future.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

The Moment Against Pakistan - If I were Bimal

Bimal Gharti Magar, who was already the expectations of the Nation became the most beloved one when he netted a goal against Pakistan, in a much needed situation. He scored in the dying minutes of the game when Nepal were 1-0 down to Pakistan, certainly he was able to uplift the hope and emotion of Nepalese fans not only in the match but in entire Nepalese Football.

The match was Live and the Streaming were all available in the SAFF, Kantipur TV broadcasted the live and whole Nation was SAFFoholic.

When Bimal scored he not only scored for him, not only for his team but for all the Nation. He must have felt very proud, the feeling which could not be explained in words.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Bimal Gharti Magar - Background

May be he is already known to all with his clinical finish, Bimal Gharti Magar was some one who struggled a lot to enter the world of Nepalese Football on his past.

Born in Bhadra 31, 2054 at Nawalparasi, Bimal had interest at Football from his very Childhood, he used to play Football in his place. That time, they did not have a television set in their home, so he used to go to his neighbors to watch Football as said by Bimal's mother.

Bimal had an early trauma to go through when his father passed away during at accident when he was 9. His father was ex-policeman and also a Footballer who played for Nepal Police Club's B team.

After he passed away, Bimal's mother took care of him. He was already admitted to Dipendra Police School where he used to play Football before his mother admitted him to ANFA Butwal with some contacts his mother had as a wife to a late Police officer.

He was then selected to ANFA academy in Kathmandu where he has been doing very well and now is a part of senior National team at very small age.

The article was written in titled Bimal Gharti Magar and his sad past.