Odisha FC president Rohan Sharma is a man of his assertion. Staying faithful to his obligations to give the youths at the club a stage to carry out their speciality at the high level, the Bhubaneswar-based Indian Super League (ISL) declared graduating their five under-18 players from the last edition to the senior group which has marked proficient agreements with the senior group.
After a vital season in the Hero Elite League, forwards Rishab Dobriyal and Akshunna Tyagi along with defenders Jones Lalthakima (captain in the previous season) and Ronaldo Wairokpam, midfielder Nischay Adhikari have been drafted into the OFC senior group in front of the seventh edition of the Hero Indian Super League.
It’s a fantastic privilege for us that our U-18 youngsters have graduated from our senior group. This is what Odisha FC is tied in with, building up our ability for the group. Credit goes to the U-18 training and scouting group to recognize and to chip away at these young men to make the following stride. Credit should likewise go to the young men to try sincerely and accomplish their initial step into turning out to be critical individuals from our squad. I trust they continue placing in a similar drive and assurance to turn into the stars we realize they can be, expressed Bhubaneswar’s based franchise’s president Rohan Sharma, who was delighted after the youngster’s graduation.
Youth Team Coach, Mr Sandeep Alhan, was thrilled and expressed, “Being the youth group mentor and coach, this is a good second for me that our five young players are prepared to play professionally. They have indicated their latent capacity and helped the group to arrive at the last round of the Hero Elite League. This is the most significant and testing change stage for them, and they need to battle solid to acquire their place in the beginning arrangement. I want them to enjoy all that life has to offer for a fruitful season and future.”
Mr Aakash Narula, Head of Football Development, clarified, All credit ought to go to the club the mentors, support staff, and the management who have been trusting in the youthful setup year on year. With an incredibly dreary end to the last season, this is undeniably a hint of something to look forward to for the youngsters and the club. For the people who didn’t make it, I am sure there will open several doors for them. Wishing everyone good karma and stay safe. Desire the coming seasons give us more opportunities to make memories.
Article Written by Sobhan Garnaik
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