Indian U-17 football World Cup superstar to train at Blackburn Rovers
Kolkata: Indian Under-17 World Cup superstar Aniket Jadhav will go through a schooling spell on the English Championship football club Blackburn Rovers, a statement on Tuesday. Jadhav played in all three matches for India on the Under-17 World Cup held here in October 2017. Blackburn Rovers – one in all only six of the English Premier League champions – alongside Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Leicester City – are owned using Venkys London Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary the Pune-based chicken conglomerate Venkateshwara Hatcheries Group (VH Group). Jadhav could be the first Indian expert to teach in England at Blackburn Rovers’ Academy at Brockhall Village, Lancashire. “We, as supporters of the game, in particular, soccer, want to assist young Indian expertise. Our Academy at Blackburn Rovers is one of the most beautiful Category 1 Academy within the UK.
“This education stint will assist Aniket increase technically as a player, with a purpose too in flip makes contributions to the improvement of his overall performance at the pitch. We want to support young talented footballers within the high-quality manner possible to assist improve the Indian national group’s performances and FIFA ranking on the arena stage,” said Blackburn Rovers owner Balaji Rao. Aniket Jadhav, who currently plays for Jamshedpur FC inside the Indian Super League, commented: “I would love to thank Blackburn Rovers FC for believing in me and my potential and alluring me to train at their global class Academy. “I am very thankful to Balaji Rao Sir for this possibility. I would also want to thank my agent, Jehan Kothary of KSMN sports activities, and my current club Jamshedpur FC, who have been very supportive of this possibility and have assured their entire assist.”