Ronaldo Bhai Aka Nishu Kumar Our Indian Footballer From UP Is Inspiring Kids To Take Up Football

Date: 2018-07-07 13:56:57

By TabloidXO Writers



This year, it's the season of the Indian team and NO, we are not talking about cricket, but football. In these recent time, we have got a lot of gems in our Indian football team and here we have our Ronaldo Bhai, who fought all the difficulties coming his way and made his space in the Indian national football team.

We always see the success ladder of such passionate footballer's but the hardships which they have faced in their life has to be told to each one of you.

The 21-year-old Nishu Kumar is a source of inspiration for the millennial of the UP town and for the whole India.

Nishu Kumar is the son of a school peon at Janta Inter College. His love for football is not new. When he was 5 years old, he started playing football and professionally, he began his career at the age of 12 years at Chandigarh Football Academy. In 2015, the life was changed for the Muzaffarnagar boy when he was signed by Bengaluru FC for a sum of Rs. 1 crore.

From then, he never looked back; it was his sheer dedication and hard work which made him play for AFC under-19 football team. And now, he is playing for the Indian Football Team.

The young laddie has played for India U-15 and U-16 tournaments.

In an interview with TOI, Kuldeep Rathi, Nishu Kumar first coach and sports teacher at Janta Inter College told:

"Nishu is exceptional. He practiced day and night. I only guided him with my limited resources and abilities, but it was his hard work and determination that made him what he is today. Otherwise, football is unheard of in the region. There is not a single stadium, forget about financial assistance. There is a lot of hidden talent here, but the government hardly pays attention to this sport".

Nishu told about how he grabbed the opportunity to play for the Chandigarh club and why he began playing the game of football - To this he answered, he started playing football because it is the cheapest game - it just need a ball.

"We used to play football on the school ground under the guidance of our school sports teacher. Gradually, I became increasingly involved in the sport. And, one day an opportunity came in the form of trials at Chandigarh Football Club in which I qualified".

On the other hand, Nishu has been inspiring kids from Bhopa, Muzaffarnagar to play football. He is a great inspiration for those who are willing to do something in life.


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