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Annapurna RCT conducting grassroots football training

Kathmandu. Annapurna RCT Club is going to organize grassroots football training with the support of Kathmandu Metropolis. This training program, which will start next week, will last for at least six months. Training will be conducted every Saturday and holidays. Children between the ages of eight and 14 can participate in this. Hundreds of people will participate in this training. Coach Ncell Football Ground Chailchor and Bansbari Sports Ground will be held at two locations in Bansbari. Our aim is to produce football players. Everyone knows that training at the grassroots level is of great importance for the development of football in any country,' said Sureshkaji Shakya, president of Annapurna RCT. He added, 'As the number of players from Kathmandu Valley has started to decrease in Nepali football, we believe that this training will help to fulfill it. We also believe that this training will help produce excellent players for Nepali football in the future.' Senior trainer Biratkrishna Shrestha will lead the training program. Hariom Shrestha, Chetnarayan Shrestha, Arjun Lama, Prakash Baidya, Suresh Shahi and Damodar Silpkar will also be in his training group. The participants in the training will also be insured. This is the first time that Annapurna RCT, which has the most successful and long history of domestic Nepali football, is going to formally organize grassroots training.

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