Rohit Danu speaks with KhelNow about his time at HFC, training under Manolo Marquez and more…
The Indian Super League has a lot of youngsters who will potentially lead Indian football in the future. Among those stars is Rohit Danu, who plays for Hyderabad FC. The 19-year-old is enjoying his time at the club and is now in the second season since joining from the I-League, where he became the competition’s youngest goalscorer.
Players like Akash Mishra, Aniket Jadhav, and more have gained a lot of exposure because of Hyderabad FC’s tendency to give young Indian players a lot of game-time. Rohit Danu falls in the same category as well. He is developing as a forward and also plays as an attacking winger whenever the manager requires him to.
No pressure being on top
Hyderabad FC have taken the league by storm this year and have been on the top of the points table for multiple days. A young player like Rohit Danu believes that being on top of the table is not pressurizing as such.
“There is no real pressure being on top of the league table. All we have to do is to stay focused, confident and ready for the upcoming challenges,” the former Indian Arrows player explained.