Bimal Gharti Magar National player and Nepal U-16 team captain has been re called for one year training by Belgium’s professional football club Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (RSCA.)
After his intensive performance in a two- month trial/training, during April and May at the RSCA club, club invited him again for a year of training. The club itself has will pay for all of Bimal Gharti Magar’s expenses during his stay at the club. Club will be renewing Bimal’s visa in every three months. However, he will be available for the Nepali National matches.
The former assistant coach of the Bangladeshi national team, Rene Koster who help Bimal for his trial cum training made the confirmation. 16 year old Nepali skipper will be the first Nepali player to get the training opportunity with the Europe bases premier division team. A yearlong training will ease him to sharpen his skills and will be recognised over the world too. Bimal will be leaving for Anderlecht on 20th July, 2014.
According to FIFA Players Transfer Regulation, players under 18 years age are not allowed to play in official matches, so 16 year old Bimal Gharti Magar will only sustain in training and play friendly matches which includes the International Youth Tournament which will be starting in July.
The confident and excited player, Bimal said “Koster telephoned me and informed that Belgium side was interested in providing a full session.”
“The two-month training was pretty good. The coach and officials of the club were impressed with me.” he further added.
At present Bimal is preparing for the AFC U-16 Championship to be held in Thailand in September this year.
Last week he won the title of the Youth Player of the Year in Nepal.
Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht also known as Anderlecht club is based in Anderlecht in Brussels-Capital Region. It is the most successful Belgian football team in European competition with 33 pro league championship wins. RSCA holds the record of the most consecutive Belgian Championship titles.