‘He who does well in training is the one who plays’

'He who does well in training is the one who plays'

Kathmandu. Recently, Manish Dangi has been a successful player in the national team. And Vimal Gharti Magar is the player who came into the limelight 8 years ago by scoring a goal for the national team. But when Machindra Football Club played their first match of the season in the Shaheed Smarak A Division League on Monday, two players could not make the first choice.

In a 2–1 win over NRT, Machindra entered the field as both substitutes.

Sunil Bal scored both goals in Machindra’s win. Manish and Vimal entered the field in the 60th and 80th minutes respectively. Manish made his A Division league debut from this game. Vimal has returned to the field for the first time after knee surgery.

Apart from Manish, Vimal and Sunil, Sujal Shrestha, Vishal Rai, Vishal Shrestha, Abhishek Rizal, Ranjit Dhumal, Devendra Tamang and Chiring Gurung also played in Machindra. A total of 14 players from Machindra played against NRT.

On the bench were players like Regine Subba and Buddha Chemjong.

Former winner Machindra has recruited players like Manish, Sunil Bal and Chiring Gurung to defend the title this time. The club has also given continuity to Vimal, who is recovering from a similar injury.

Coaches are also under pressure due to having many famous and star players. Coach Pravesh Katuwal, on the other hand, said that he played only those players who did well in training.

Asked if it would be difficult to be a well-known player, Pravesh said, “Whoever gives the best in training, he will play in the first choice.”

They said midfielder Vishal Rai has been replaced as he looked a bit tired. ‘You have to play to win the game. If a player gets tired, he has to change in 60-70 minutes,’ says coach Katuwal.

Coach Katuwal looked satisfied when he started the title defense campaign by defeating NRT in the first match. “The first match was tough. NRT had two good African forwards. I am happy to add three points,” he said. Missed some scoring chances.

He also complained that the referee had made mistakes in some cases. According to him, the free kick awarded to NRT was of no use, in which Eric Visht scored.

NRT coach Raju Kazi Shakya looked satisfied despite starting the league with a loss. “It’s the first game, I’m satisfied,” said Shakya.

Asked about Eric’s free kick goal, he said that he trained for it and succeeded in it.

श्रोत : अनलाइनखबर

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