Rohit Chand messages for Young Footballers

“The dedication of Indonesian players made me motivated to become better” Rohit Chand

Persija Jakarta midfielder Rohit Chand mourn the decision of young Nepalese footballers who immediately feel satisfied when they get into the National Team.

One example, during the training camp of Asian Games in 2018. Five young Nepalese players left the training camp to seek entertainment. They said they were bored at the training camp location, they left quietly and returned at dawn.

According to Rohit, the minimum attention paid to food and rest can make a young player’s career not long. He then compared the attitudes of five that young player with Indonesian young player.

Also Watch Rohit Chand Top 5 Goals For Persija Jakarta

Rohit Chand Photo : Instagram>rohitchandthakuri32


“Factors like that are very important for players to be better. In Indonesia, players are dedicated to commitment. That makes me motivated.” I have to work hard, “Rohit said


“If I had felt satisfied just because I entered the national team, I might not get what I have at the moment. “It made me leave Nepal and play in Indonesia, Malaysia and India. I want to praise myself, and that is an important key in building the character of the player.”


According to Rohit Chand, do not be satisfied quickly this is what makes players successful. Secondly, fight out of the comfort zone to add to the playing experience and all of that you must be with discipline and hard work.

Also Watch Top Assists Of Rohit Chand

Who is Rohit Chand?

Rohit Chand Thakuri (born 1 March 1992) is a Nepalese professional footballer. Chand plays as a midfielder for Liga 1 club Persija Jakarta and the Nepal national team. During his teenage years, Chand was heavily linked to clubs such as Arsenal, Tottenham, Lille and all the other premier league clubs.  Chand awarded as The Best Player of The Year on Liga 1 2018 (the highest level of Indonesia football competition.

Also Watch Rohit Chand Defending, Runs, Skills When he was 17

Luca Madison

Give Your Comment

Next Post

Nepal National Team to Start Training from Bhadra 1

Tue Jul 21 , 2020
The training of the Nepal National Team, which has been closed for a long time due to the corona virus, will resume from Bhadra 1. The cabinet meeting held on Monday has given permission to conduct training and preliminary games of international sports next month. Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada informed […]