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Footballers from Nagaland Launched their Own Football League

  by NEWSNER , 2020-12-12 17:06:45

Footballers from Nagaland Launched their Own Football League

Five footballers from Nagaland who got back from different places of India and abroad because of the pandemic have now dispatched their title, called the Dimapur Division League (DDL), to prepare local youth. 


They are Wonito Akashe Zhimomi, Kevilhulie Zakiesato, Tove Hokato Zhimomi, Hitova Ayemi and Inonito Ghukhui Zhimomi, every one of whom have played in a few public and global football clubs. The alliance was dispatched in October. 


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The objective is to Train Young Naga Footballers:


"Our fundamental objective (in dispatching DDL) is to give a stage to the youthful Naga footballers who are ravenous to learn and secure abilities," Wonito, whose last stretch was with the Kolkata-based Mohammedan Sporting Club as a focal guarded midfielder. 


Tove, a midfielder who prepared in Spain and played for Nervion FC and Montequinto FC, stated, "Associations assist a player with building consistency and centre for a more extended period, which is significant for an individual seeking to be a footballer and that is what is the issue here." 


International Clubs Under Which the Players Played:

Zakiesato played for Estoril Praia FC, a Portuguese games club, while Inonito prepared under the Deutsches Fussball Internat Academy and played for Tus Badaibling under the Bayern League. Ayemi, then, went to South Korea for preparing and played for the Fateh Hyderabad AFC and DSK Shivajians Football Academy.


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