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GUWAHATI, Sept 25 - Two Assam boys Ansai Goyari (14) and Jakonia Narzary (12) have been included in the Udaipur based football academy � Hindustan Zinc, a Vedanta Group company for their passion towards the game and brilliant skills at such an early stage.

Considering the footballing wave in the country, the company has decided to set up a residential football academy and has selected altogether 30 youngsters from all over the country, informed the media manager of the academy Himangshu Das, who is from Nalbari district. The selected players will be provided quality football training along with education, nutrition, physical, psychological and mental development, informed Das. Hailing from Majargaon village in Udalguri district, Ansai and Jakonia�s dream is to represent the country at the World Cup. While Ansai�s father Milon Goyari is a farmer, Jakonia�s father Petrush Narzary also spends his entire day at the paddy fields of their village trying to make a living for his poor family.

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State boys in Udaipur academy

GUWAHATI, Sept 25 - Two Assam boys Ansai Goyari (14) and Jakonia Narzary (12) have been included in the Udaipur based football academy � Hindustan Zinc, a Vedanta Group company for their passion towards the game and brilliant skills at such an early stage.

Considering the footballing wave in the country, the company has decided to set up a residential football academy and has selected altogether 30 youngsters from all over the country, informed the media manager of the academy Himangshu Das, who is from Nalbari district. The selected players will be provided quality football training along with education, nutrition, physical, psychological and mental development, informed Das. Hailing from Majargaon village in Udalguri district, Ansai and Jakonia�s dream is to represent the country at the World Cup. While Ansai�s father Milon Goyari is a farmer, Jakonia�s father Petrush Narzary also spends his entire day at the paddy fields of their village trying to make a living for his poor family.

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