Nepal’s youngster footballers; Ajay Chaudhary, Mohit Gurung & Bipin Magar
The charm of youth football is unexplainable in Nepal. There are more and more young talents coming into the Nepali football community. Here we have taken three Young footballers of Nepal who played for Nepal U15 and U16. Let’s see how and when they developed a passion for football and wanted to become a football player.
We have taken this from an interview of theirs on a popular website WeFutbolFans.com. In an interview with the website, they shared how they got into the football and developed themselves as a footballer.
Nepal’s 3 youngster footballers- Ajay Chaudhary, Mohit L. Gurung & Bipin Tumsing Magar
” Although I started playing football at the age of 10, it took me about 4 years to portray myself as a professional football player. Therefore, when I was 14 years old, I decided to play football as best I could. I think it’s also because my father, he is also a football player, so I am more interested in football. “
Mohit L. Gurung
” I started playing football at the age of seven. I grew up watching my senior brothers play this beautiful game. Used to play with them at Simara Academy that is when I thought of myself being a football player. “
Bipin Tumsing Magar
” I have been playing football since I was very young, I have loved football since I was a child and have always enjoyed playing football. I used to watch my senior brothers play back in Bagmati Club, Sarlahi hence developed the passion of playing this beautiful game. “
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