India's fast bowling striker Sunil Chhetri or veteran goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh is all dreaming to play football leagues in Europe. Sunil Chhetri has played for America's Kansas City and Gurpreet Norway's stack in MLS in the US.
On the contrary, Bhutan's Chento Parop Jyaletshen, named after 'Bhutanese Ronaldo', chose to play in India even after receiving a proposal to play from many countries of Asia. Chencho has played in the Hero Eye League Minerva Punjab FC in India and he has played a significant role in making him champion in the same year.
"I was offered to play in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Maldives and some clubs in Europe," says Chenchho of Bhutan, playing in Saif soccer championship in Dhaka. I believe that the framework is the best of facilities for football and I chose India to play. ISL is very popular among our football fans in Bhutan. My fans want me to make an agreement with the ISL team in every match. The biggest lesson in playing football in India is that football is not just a game for Indian players in India and their life is theirs. This changed the life of Indian football. Indian national team captain Sunil Chhetri is the convincing admirer of football Sunil's commitment inspires other footballers. '