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FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup: Dangmei Grace feels young Indian women footballers are confident

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FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup: Soccer Tournament: Blue Tigresses star Dangmei Grace, one of the current squad players to play against her…

FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup: Soccer Tournament: Blue Tigresses star Dangmei Grace, one of the current squad players plying her trade overseas, admits she has learned to be more responsible over the years. Follow live updates from Fifa Women’s U17 World Cup on InsideSport.IN

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Grace, who is currently spearheading India’s attack in the SAFF Women’s Championship 2022 in Nepal, sounded extremely “delighted” after scoring against Pakistan as India began their Championship campaign with a 3-0 win on Wednesday. “It was great to score. I have more responsibility for my team as a senior player.

I like to contribute in any way possible,” Grace said. Having signed a professional contract with Uzbek club FC Nasaf, Grace is currently playing her club football abroad and has even scored in a friendly match. “When I came to the club, the Uzbek national team players recognized me in my first session. We have played against them so many times.

FIFA Women’s U17 World Cup: Dangmei Grace feels young Indian women footballers are confident

The players are very aggressive and technically very strong. They feel that Indian women’s football is developing,” said Grace. “The players unitedly admitted that Indian women footballers are very confident today. It felt so nice to get a compliment from them. I joked that next time we play Uzbekistan, we will beat them,” laughed Grace.

“We think it’s impossible to play abroad, but now every female player is chasing the dream. That’s why women’s football is growing in India.” Grace spent almost two months away from home doing everything herself. “It’s all new over there. The culture, the food, the people – everything is so different. Obviously, I took time to adjust. But all in all, it’s a fantastic experience.

Living in a foreign country, I have learned to manage everything on my own. I cook my own food and sometimes after training it gets very tiring. But I’ll be fine,” she smiled. Grace joined the Indian team in Kathmandu to play in the SAFF Women’s Championship and make her third SAFF appearance.

“I share my experiences of playing abroad with my teammates. The youngsters ask me so many questions. I know they are also good enough to play abroad and I feel they will soon follow suit.”

Follow live updates from Fifa Women’s U17 World Cup on InsideSport.IN

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