Nepal’s goal-keeper Kiran Chemjong is all set to give a trial to a J3 League team Fujieda MYFC. It is a club from J3 League, which is a third-tier league in Japan.
The sources say Chemjong was assisted by former Nepal international Santosh Sahukhala and FC Reale World for the trial.
Fujieda MYFC is a third-tier club in Japan which is funded by online subscribers and it is the first of its kind in Japan. Fujieda MYFC participated in the inaugural season of J3 in 2014 after their application being accepted in 2013.
NPO Reale World is positive regarding the trial and they want Chemjong to play in Japan soon.
“We hope Kiran will do well in the trial. We want him to play in Japan. And we also want other Nepalese players to play in the lower division of J-League”, said president Aya Miyosh Kizaki.
If Chemjong passed the trial, he will join the club in next season.