Bhutanese Footballers are making a foray into India this season. After the success of forward Chencho Gyeltshen, two more Bhutan National team regulars Jigme Tshering Dorjee and Nima Wangdi have reached Punjab on Tuesday for a possibility of playing for I-League side Minerva Academy Football & Cricket Club.
It can be understood the boys will be on trails with the club lead by young and flamboyant owner, Ranjit Bajaj. Both the players were playing for Thimphu City FC in Bhutan.
Chencho has been a revelation in the I-League this season after signing for the Chandigarh based club, scoring 2 goals and also providing assists.
Minerva has also proved to the other clubs in the country that there is no dearth of talent in the subcontinent and they do not always have to go for African or players from other countries to supplement their team.
Minerva Punjab FC is currently in the second spot of the 2017-18 I-League table with 16 points from 7 games and 5 wins just behind Kolkata giant East Bengal who stands at the top table with 18 points from 9 games
After the success of forward Chencho Gyeltshen Punjab based club go further to hunt talent from the subcontinent
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