Thailand Football Association President Worwi Makudi praised the Nepal U-16

u16-thailandSept. 2-Thailand Football Association President Worwi Makudi has praised the Nepal U-16 Football team very highly.

Following Nepal's 3-3 draw against Thailand U-16 team in a practice match on Sunday, Worwi spoke highly about the Nepal team, saying that team had great chances of advancing from Group 'C' that has the likes of Uzbekistan, North Korea and Kuwait.

Worwo told All Nepal Football Association President Ganesh Thapa at the side of the FIFA Regional Development Seminar in Colombo that Nepal were clearly the better side in the game, with the team coming thrice from behind to hold Thailand to a 3-3 draw at home.

Thailand also played against Kuwait, the same group as Nepal later, but had to settle for a 2-2 draw.

The AFC U-16 Championship is scheduled to start in Bangkok from Sept. 6. Nepal begin their campaign against Uzbekistan on Sept. 7. Nepal are the only team from South Asia to have qualified for the 16-nation championship.

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Skipper Bimal gharti Magar Will Miss First Match Against Uzbekistan

bimal gharti magar-pracSeptember 1, U16 team is all set to play their first game against Uzbekistan on Sept. 7

Although Skipper Bimal gharti Magar who slightly injured his ankle right after scoring Nepal's equalizer in the 10th minute against Bangkok during friendly match, has made rapid improvement. But will be missing the match due to two-yellow cards he had picked up during the qualifiers in Kathmandu last year

The team is currently on a training camp in Bangkok for the AFC U-16 Championship. Nepal is with strong opponent Kuwait, Uzbekistan and North Korea In Group 'C'.

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Nepal Ready To Play Against Uzbekistan on Sept. 7

U-16 Manager: Boys ready for the battle

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Sept.1- Nepal U-16's practice match against host Thailand U-16 has given Nepal the much needed confidence ahead of the 16-nation championship slated for Sept. 6 kick-off.

Nepal team manager Dinesh Byanjankar said that Sunday's game against the host has boosted confidence of the players and the team is ready for a good showing.

"The boys gave a very good performance against the host coming thrice from behind to level the match. This result means that the team will definitely to do well in the event," added Byanjankar.

The team has taken a day-off today (Monday) from their hectic training schedules and will sit for a team meeting later in the afternoon to discuss the positives and negatives of Sunday's game.

Meanwhile, Nepal skipper Bimal Gharti Magar, who slightly injured his ankle right after scoring Nepal's equalizer in the 10th minute, has made rapid improvement.

"His swelling on the ankle has lessened remarkably and he will be fully fit by Tuesday," added Byanjankar. "We will resume regular training tomorrow."

Nepal drew the match 3-3 against Thailand on Sunday, coming thrice from behind with goals from Bimal Gharti Magar, Bikash Thapa and Sunil Bal.

Nepal's Group 'C' opponents Kuwait and Uzbekistan have already arrived in Bangkok and are living in the same place, Hotel Emerald, where Nepal have been staying. North Korea is yet to arrive.

Nepal have their first match against Uzbekistan on Sept. 7. Skipper Magar will be missing the match due to two-yellow cards he had picked up during the qualifiers in Kathmandu last year.

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Nepal 3-3 Thailand :U16 Hope For The Nepalese Football

Nepal 3-3 Thailand :U16 Hope For The Nepalese Football
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Aug 31: Nepal came from a goal behind to level the match 3-3 in a friendly played against Thailand in Bangkok on Sunday.

Nepal fell behind in the fourth minute but Bimal Gharti Magar put Nepal in level terms in the 10th minute. Magar was replaced by Anil Rai due to an ankle injury right after he scored. The other scorers for Nepal were Bikash Thapa in 69th minute and Sunil Bal in the 89th minute.

Nepal team manager Dinesh Byanjankar said that Nepal played well but conceded a silly goal in the fourth minute through a counter-attack.

“Actually, we were more dominant than our opponents. We had a better ball possession then them. It was like 60-40 in our favor,” said Dinesh.

Thailand scored the second goal through a ball that had rebounded off the keeper from a penalty.

According to Byanjankar, the last goal Nepal conceded was clearly off-side but the referee put the flag down.

Talking about skipper Bimal Gharti Magar’s ankle injury right after he scored in the 10th minute, Byanjankar said there was nothing to worry about and he would be okay with a little icing in the ankle.

Thailand goals- 4', 18' 80'

Nepal goals- Bimal Gharti Magar 10', Bikash Thapa 69th, Sunil Bal 89th.

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Coca-Cola Cup final round kicks off from today

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The final rounds of the Coca-Cola Cup Inter-School National Football Tournament kicks off from today in Sanogaucharan Kathmandu.

In today's first match of boy's catogery Gurash High School Bardiya defeated Durbar High School Kathmandu 2-1. Gaurav Kumar and Himal Gurung of Gurash High School scored each goal on 16th and 62nd minute while Barun Khatri of Durbar High School scored a consolation goal on 26th minute.

In the second match played at Sanogaucharan Pyaragan Public School of Kathmandu defeated Sainik High School Shyanga 1-0. Raghab Sapkota scored the only goal for Pyaragan Public School on 35th minute.

Similarly in the third match Mahendra Adersha School Lalitpur defeated Dreamland School Banke by 3-1. Meanwhile in the last match of the day Gyanodaya International School Lalitpur defeated Sainik Awasiya Kaski 1-0.

According to All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) girl's catogery will kick off from September 3. The top four teams in the boy's catogery will receive Rs 300,000, Rs 150,000, Rs 75,000 and Rs 50,000 respectively. Similarly, the top four in girl's catogery teams will bag Rs 200,000, Rs 100,000, Rs 50,000 and Rs 25,000.