India's U17 star Aniket Jadhav's special message to his father will make everyone emotional

[caption id="attachment_60206" align="aligncenter" width="580"]Aniket-Jadhav-India-U17-World-Cup-Player Aniket is currently playing for Indian Arrows. Image Source: twitter[/caption]

Internet Desk: Aniket Jadhav a tall Indian U-17 striker from Kohlapur reached a new height as he got selected for the FIFA U17 World cup, which was held in India couple of months back. He kept his feet firm on the ground as he doesn’t want to let his father driving auto – rickshaw.

Jadhav started to make a living through football and he believes that he can support his family financially.

He was scouted by Nicolai Adam, former Indian U-17 coach. This young striker has made 30 appearances in blue colors including three U 17 World Cup matches against USA, Columbia and Ghana. Jadhav is now playing for Indian Arrows in I - league. This team has been started by the AIFF to give the young and promising footballers to give an opportunity to play against the top clubs of India.

Aniket’s father Anil has to work for the day long to serve his family. Now the kid has to score goals to stop his father doing that.

"The son of an auto-rickshaw driver does not need to get bound within that profession," Jadhav was quoted as saying in Mid-Day.

"I told my father to stop riding auto-rickshaw and that I would support the family with whatever I earned in World Cup and I-League games. But Papa wouldn't listen," concluded Jadhav.

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