India in U 17 Football world cup

India will be playing in FIFA World Cup for the first time ever.India is hosting  U-17 World Cup in six different cities from 6th October to 28th October.Indians are placed in Group A along with Colombia,Ghana and USA.21 member Indian team will be underdogs in this event.
Most of these youngsters come from a humble background.Here is a look at some of them.
Komal Thatal,17 year old from Sikkim  did not have means to buy a football and played with round objects made of cloth or plastic as a child.His parents are tailors.They have been saving from their meagre income to buy playing kits for Komal.
Indian captain Amarjit Singh is from Manipur.He also comes from a poor family as his father is a farmer and carpenter while his mother sells fish everyday in Imphal which is about 25 km from her home.
Another player,Sanjeev Stalin is also struggling.His mother sells clothes on the
footpaths of Bengaluru to run the family.
His father goes out for some work to earn money as said by Stalin himself.
Midfielder Khumanthem’s mother also sells fish in Imphal while Jitender Singh’s father is a watchman and mother a tailor in Kolkata.
All these young talents have passion for football and their families are fully supporting the players in pursuit of their goal.They want to give their best for India and make our country proud in the upcoming World Cup.
All the Best for them.
By Shailesh Padhye
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