SEOUL (Yonhap) By Ahn Hong-seok (Yonhap) = Former Nepalese immigrant Manis Dangi, who has been trying to break into the professional soccer K League, has entered the Thai scene .His agent, PNJ Corporation, said on Monday that he has joined Rayong FC in the Thai second division. is a striker who came to South Korea at the age of 14 and played for the Shinheungjoong and Pocheon FC U-18 teams, garnering attention for his quick runs and daring breakthrough ability. However, his path to the K League was narrower than his Korean 바카라사이트 peers due to his foreign player status. He passed a tryout with Daejeon Hana Citizens, but was ultimately rejected due to his nationality. Undeterred, he continued his soccer career in Nepal, where he earned a call-up to the Nepal national team, scoring his debut goal against Iraq in an A-Level match. He then joined Etihad Alif in the Bahraini second division last season. PNJ explained that Manis chose to move to the Thai league because he is still chasing his dream of reaching the K League. “One of the reasons why Munis chose Rayong FC is that there are not many cases where Korean players who have been away from the K League have returned to the K League after proving themselves in the Thai league,” said a PNJ representative, adding, “Munis is still striving to reach his final destination, the K League.”Defender Ma Sang-hoon, who joined Hong Kong Rangers FC this summer, and Ansan veteran Yoo Jun-soo have both played in the K League and Thailand. There is also the case of striker Kim Bo-yong, who traveled to Thailand in 2021 to improve his skills and recently made a successful comeback to Korea by joining Bucheon FC. The striker, who has been training with Rayong since before the announcement of his signing, has settled in nicely with his new team, recently picking up an assist in a practice match against 바카라사이트 Cambodia’s Nagaworld. Rayong was founded in 2009 and finished seventh in the second division last season (14 wins, 10 draws, 10 losses).