Bharat once again proves he is the best in the country

13 May 2012

Bharat Khawas porbably playing his last game for Nepal Police Club once again showed his sublime skills. He is one of the consistent performer for club and country. He is one of the most sought after forward in the country. He is quick and possesses loads of stamina. Opponents will be scared even if one player has one of this skill. A quick preadator who can run throughout the match: probably the most lethal combination a player can have and a nightmare for opponents.  In the match against Mohun Bagan, Khawas was lively throughout the match. He gave Mohun Bagan defenders plenty to worry about. He parried plenty of shots before scoring the wonder goal in the dying moments. His goal showcased glimpse of magic as he waltzed past number of Mohun Bagan defenders before slotting a powerful strike past Mohun Bagan goalkeeper Mukharjee. 
It's really surprising to see such a wonderful player clubless. But he will soon be finding one as every big club in the country are after him as he decided to quit NPC couple of days earlier. He is young player with bags of experience already and the best part of him is he is still improving. Only time will tell how good he can be. Generally a player will be at peak at the age between 25-28 years old. He is still years away before he recaches his peak yet already a lethal weapon Nepal possess.
All Nepalese football followers must be really proud and happy to have him playing for their country no matter whichever club they support. 


Nepal Police Club won the match against Mohun Bagan

12 May 2012

Nepal Police Club emerged victorious against Indian outfit Mohun Bagan 2-0 in a friendly match played at Dasharath Stadium, Kathmandu, Nepal. In a mouth watering clash between two of the biggest team in their domestic front, both teams created chances to take the lead. But luck was with Nepalese side as NPC scored two late goals to seal the win over Indian rivals Mohun Bagan.
NPC were playing with five players who were not their club players: Bharat Khawas, Santosh Sahukhala, Biraj Maharjan, Kiran Chemjong and Sandip Rai. Khawas recently left NPC while other players belong to Three Star Club. Khawas and Sahukhala scored the winning goals for NPC.
NPC rode on luck as Mohun Bagan struck the woodwork twice in the first half. Skipper Sunil Chhetri and Ashim Biswas were unlucky as their shot rebounded off the woodwork. NPC too had their chances during the match but it took final moments of the game before they could capitalize on their chances.
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AFC U-22 Asian Cup Qualifying: ANFA Selects 27 Players

12th May 2012
ANFA announced 27 players for up-coming AFC U-22 Asian Cup Qualifying to be held in Kathmandu ,Nepal from 2nd june.This is third round selection of the players. National team member and international defender Rohit chand is also included in the team although he is not in the training camp.Rohit is playing for I-league in india.

The list of players is as follows:

1.Bikesh Kuthu
2.Bishal Shrestha
3.Amrit Kumar Chaudhary
4.Dinesh Thapa Magar
5.Sabindra Shrestha
6.Bikash Singh Chhetri
7.Rabin Shrestha
8.Deepak Bhusal
9.Palsang Lama
10.Ajit Bhandari
11.Rabi Thapa
12.Rohit Chand
13.Shiva Shrestha
14.Roshan Lamichane
15.Prabin Karki
16.Ganesh Khadka
17. Rupesh KC
18.Anil Ojha
19.Amir Shrestha
20.Jagjeet Shrestha
22.Bishal Rai B
23.Asim Jung karki
24.Jangbu Sherpa
25.Bharat Khawas
26.Sujal Shrestha
27.Sushil KC

Jordan, Yemen, Bangladesh and Uzbekistan are participating in the group with Nepal