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네팔 이주민 출신 머니스, 태국 진출…"최종 목적지는 K리그"

Money, a Nepali immigrant, advances into Thailand… "The final destination is the K-League"

Money Danggi, a Nepali immigrant who challenged to enter the professional soccer K-League, has entered the Thai stage.

Money's agent, PNJ Corporation, announced on the 1st that Money had joined Rayong FC in the second division of Thailand.

Monice came to Korea at the age of 14 and went through Shinheung Middle School and Pocheon FC’s U-18 team, and is a striker who drew attention for his quick focus and bold breakthrough ability. 바카라사이트

However, because he was a foreign player, Money's path to advance to the K-League was narrower than that of his Korean peers.

Moneys passed the Daejeon Hana Citizen joining test, but in the end, the joining was canceled due to nationality issues.

Moneys, who did not give up and continued his challenge as a soccer player in Nepal,

Was selected as the Nepal national team and grew into a key player in the national team, scoring his debut goal in an A match against Iraq.

Then, last season, he joined Etihad Alif of Bahrain's second division and succeeded in advancing overseas.

PNJ explained that Moneys chose to move to the Thai league because he is still chasing his dream of advancing to the K-League.

A PNJ official said, "One of the reasons Moneys chose Rayong FC is that there are not a few cases where Korean players, who had been away from the K-League stage,

Returned to the K-League after their skills were verified in the Thai league." We are working hard to get into it,” he said.

Defender Ma Sang-hoon, who joined Hong Kong Rangers FC this summer, and veteran Yoo Jun-su, from Ansan, played an active role in the K-League and Thailand.

There is also an example of attacker Kim Bo-yong, who moved to Thailand in 2021 to improve his skills and recently joined Bucheon FC and succeeded in returning to Korea.

Moneys, who has been undergoing pre-season training in Rayong even before the announcement of joining,

Is adapting smoothly to the new team, including an assist in a recent practice game against Naga World in Cambodia.

Rayong was founded in 2009, and finished 7th in the second division last season (14 wins, 10 draws, 10 losses).

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