Saujan Rai, a prominent figure in Nepal's A Division football, has made the decision to secure his future by opting for Australia, following in the footsteps of many other Nepalese players.
Like numerous national-level players, Saujan, a key member of the Nepal Police Club's departmental team, has chosen to explore opportunities abroad in light of concerns regarding the nation's football policies and organizational management.
As a result, the trend of players seeking opportunities overseas continues to grow, and Saujan's name now joins the ranks of those making such a choice. This migration abroad seems poised to persist, given the prevailing circumstances.
Reports indicate that Saujan will be representing Sagarmatha Football Club in Australia. Many of the players who have journeyed to Australia are actively engaged in community-level football. In recent times, the tally of Nepali football players who have relocated to Australia has surpassed 50, and it appears likely to rise further in the future.
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