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Haflong boy leaves for London and Japan


Baoringdao Bodo, son of Jiban Bodo popularly known as ‘football juggler boy’ of Dima Hasao, will be leaving for London and Japan to play U-14 football tournament representing India on October 1,2012.


Baoringdao Bodo started his football life right from 11 years of age when he was a student of class VII of Haflong DonBosco. Inspired by one his teacher he joined the Sports Authority of India and played U-14 in various places from district level to International level organized by All India Football Federation, AFC etc. He also participated in Subrata Mukharjee Cup Football tournament in 2011 in Sub-Junior (under—14).


Talking to this correspondent, Baoringdao said he wants to be an International footballer and to play in other countries representing own country India. He disclosed that to achieve such dream to be true ‘discipline’ ‘perseverance’ and of course, confidence is to be maintained.


People of Dima Hasao offered their best wishes to this ‘football juggler boy’ Baoringdao to be successful in his aim and prayed for his healthy long life.




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