Kathmandu : Nepali youth striker Bimal Gharti Magar is not to be seen in the remaining matches of ongoing home soccer event- Martyr's Memorial 'A' Division League as he is all set to go to Belgium for a trial.
The 20 -year-old player who has already played professional matches in India, Belgium and the Netherlands, made his debut in the league from the Chyasal Youth Club from this season and is quitting it after two matches.
According to main coach Rajukaji Shakya, Chyasal, the club where he was bound has agreed to allow him go to Belgium. Prior to this, Bimal had played from the Belgium-based RSC Anderlecht and gave his trial at the Spain-based Marbella United.
However, Bimal had so far played goalless in two 'A' division league matches. It is obvious that Chyasal will go through some adversity in the absence of Bimal.
The team is in the ninth position of the league with one point. It played a goalless draw with the Machhindra while it faced 0-1 defeat in the second match with the Tribhuvan Army. The then coach Krishna Thapa decided to include him in the national team at the age of 14.