Rohit Chand leaves Indonesia’s Persija Jakarta by mutual consent

Kathmandu, May 22

Nepali footballer Rohit Chand has left Indonesian football club Persija Jakarta by mutual consent. Chand was associated with the club for seven years and won one league title during his tenure.

Taking to social media, Chand announced he was leaving the club and thanked the club and its supporters for welcoming him and embracing him.

“The club shaped me to not just become a good player but also to be a better human being,” he wrote on Facebook.

Rohit Chand wrote how he would not forget the 2018 season when they won the league after which he was named the player of the season.

“This was only possible with the collective effort of all of us and especially the jakmania (supporters) who are the best fans in the world. The support from the management, club, coaches, teammates, officials and supporters will always be in my heart forever,” he continued.

Along with the league title, Chand has won three other cups with Persija Jakarta including Indonesia President’s Cup and Menpora Cup.

Where Rohit Chand will play next is unconfirmed, but there is news that he has been talking to a few clubs in Indonesia. His brother and agent Robin Chand said they would announce his new club very soon.

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