Talented Indian U-17 World Cup Player Komal Thatal’s Career Taking A Bad Turn
Komal Thatal has reportedly left out from Indian Arrows due to the dispute with the coach Luis Norton de Matos.
Indian Arrows which was controlled by AIFF to bring up young football talents in India.
Komal Thatal, the star attraction for the U17 World Cup, seems to have lost his way a little. He was termed as the ‘Wonder Kid’ of India, but Indian coach Luis Norton De Matos only gave him one start in the World Cup against USA.
He tried his best but failed to impress his coach was benched for the next two matches. Thatal was under scanner from the scouts of a number of English Premier League clubs. The young sensation from Sikkim with faux-blond hair like that of Neymar is now looking for a club. He has now reportedly been left out of the Indian Arrows squad.
All said and done, the youngster now has to look up for a better opportunity to play in the I-League.
Thatal is a special talent and the entire football fraternity of India knows that. He needs a little guidance and encouragement. He has all the ingredients to be an asset to Indian football. For some unknown reason, however, he went out of favour with Matos and could not get through.
Thatal was considered as the most promising footballer of Indian U17 football team and now he is looking for a club. Matos didn’t even keep him in the side for the AFC Championship. There is a speculation that he had a fall-out with the coach, but now he is all fired up and willing to prove a point in the I-League itself.
The left out of Komal from Indian arrows were trending in the social medias fans were supporting komal and showing their against to the Indian Arrows and AIFF for this kind of act, and some of the fans were telling him to join in any of the european clubs and to show the talents.