Jhapa FC has signed Aawas Lamichhane as the Iconic Player for the upcoming Nepal Super League.
Having already earned 9 caps for the National Team of Nepal, Lammichhane has proven himself as a formidable force on the field. His remarkable achievements and dedication to the sport have earned him recognition both nationally and internationally.
Unfortunately, he faced a setback in his pursuit of joining the national team for the World Cup qualifiers due to family issues. Nevertheless, Lamichhane's decision to join Jhapa FC signals a new chapter in his career, and the club is eager to harness his talent for a successful Nepal Super League season.
Aawash Lammichhane expressed his enthusiasm about the new opportunity, stating, "I am honored to join Jhapa FC and contribute to the growth of football in Nepal. The Nepal Super League is a fantastic platform, and I am eager to give my best for the team and the fans."
Jhapa FC's management is equally excited about this significant signing.
Club president, Mr. Aarpan Bikram Khadka said, "We are glad to have Awas with us for Nepal Super League. Our sole ambition is to win the title and we believe his addition to the team can help us to achieve the feat.
The club's spokesperson Mr. Sujan Gautam commented, "We are delighted to have Aawas Lammichhane on board as our Iconic Player. His experience, skill, and commitment to the game align perfectly with our vision for success in the Nepal Super League. We believe Lamichhane will be a key asset for our team, and we look forward to a thrilling season."
The Nepal Super League promises to be a riveting competition, and the addition of Awas Lamichhane to Jhapa FC only adds to the anticipation surrounding the tournament.
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