Rangers FC signs India’s Bala Devi

first_imgAmy McDonald, Rangers women’s soccer director, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bala to Rangers FC. His signing is exciting on many levels. Bala is a football creator. He likes to play as a number 10 and we believe he will contribute goals and assists. She will provide us with a threat in attack and versatility that we can use well in the 2020 season. His signing can be an inspiration for players everywhere to see where football can take them and what can help them achieve. ”Bala: Make it happenIn an interview with Sportskeeda in 2014 to celebrate International Women’s Day, Bala was asked what the motto of International Women’s Day meant for her, ‘Make it happen’. She answered: “I can understand it very well, because when I started playing football I always wanted to play in the main team. It was my dream and I worked very hard to get to where I was today. But I never revealed my wish to anyone. I would say that whatever your dream or desire is, don’t just think about it. MAKE IT HAPPEN”. Rangers FC has signed the attacker of the Indian national team Bala Devi, from the Manipur Police Sports Club. The player (29 years old) has signed an 18-month contract with the Scottish club, after a test in November.Bala Devi: top scorer in IndiaBala Devi is the captain and top scorer of the Indian women’s team, with 52 goals in 58 games since she debuted in 2005, when she was only 15 years old. With your signing it becomes the first Indian woman to be a professional anywhere in the world and also becomes the first Asian international player of Rangers FC.Last year Bala scored 26 goals in just seven games with the Manipur Police Sports Club of the Women’s League of India. He has won the Women’s Championship of the Football Federation of South Asia in 2010, 2014 and 2016, and She was named Player of the Year of the Indian Football Federation in 2014 and 2015.Delighted to join Rangers FCOn his signing for Rangers FC, Bala said: “Playing in Europe with one of the biggest clubs in the world is something I could never have dreamed of. I hope to make the most of the first class facilities and I am sure that I will benefit greatly from the standard of training and competition. I am very grateful to Amy McDonald, the coaching staff and the entire Rangers management for believing in me. I can’t wait to get to Glasgow, join my teammates and do my best. ”last_img read more

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