Nepal international striker Bharat Khawas spoke to GoalNepal.com Tuesday evening about his “dilemma” becoming clearer…
Khawas revealed GoalNepal.com that he was under huge dilemma but he had decided not to go to Pune FC for a trail, giving more emphasis to Nepal Army selection.
Khawas was invited by Pune FC through an agent based in America but Khawas informed latter that he couldn’t go to India for the scheduled trail period. Khawas was told to arrive Pune by August 1.
Khawas had actually signed a conditional contract with Mega Three Star Club but, later, he passed Nepal Army second Lieutenant test few days back conducted by Public Service Commission.
As per the contract, Mega Three Star Club will have to release Khawas if latter passes all exams of second lieutenant.
“I wanted to go to Pune FC for a trail but I have given more emphasis to Nepal Army selection. Becoming Army is my childhood dream”, Khawas told GoalNepal.com.
“I have spoken with my agent that I couldn’t come for a trial”, Khawas said, “I might see the possibility of going for a trial later”.
However, Pune FC Club source close to GoalNepal.com cleared that they would finalize the “Asian quota” by the second week of August.
“We have been informed by Khawas’ representative that he can’t come but we are moving forward with some other Asian players for one Asian quota”, Pune FC official told GoalNepal.com.
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