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.