We are in the midst of a series of interviews lately here at One Game, One World. In the next week we will be giving you a state of the game round-up of Iceland and Liechtenstein and get back to some stories about the game that aren’t usually told in the big football sites. We do like our interviews however in case you hadn’t noticed as we feel we can relay first-hand accounts of what it’s like to play in a certain place.
Today, we present an interview with Eze Collins. This is the second of a three-part series we have put together on Nepali club Macchindra FC (now known as G’Five Macchindra FC). We hope that through the first piece which can be found here, today’s piece on Eze Collins and an upcoming profile of young defender Rohit Chand that visitors will gain an insight into football in a place not normally covered in the mainstream press.
Let us know what you think about Macchindra FC, football in Nepal and Asia, and also any other stories and items you want us to cover. So, drop us a line in the Comments section or check out the CONTACT US section of the site.
At OGOW, no story is too small if it’s about football. Every nation, club, and player is a story worth telling. We just wanted to send out this quick message to all of you and extend our heartfelt thanks for your visits!