SiddarthBapodra, Indian talent from SIA Academy
The first team of Soccer Inter-Action, UD SIA Benigànim, continues to nourish itself with the promising young players trained at the SIA Academy. The latest name to make the jump to the first team is SiddarthBapodra.
Who is SiddarthBapodra?
UD SIA Benigànim already has SiddarthBapodra in its ranks. The striker, born in the Indian city of Porbabdar in 2002, arrived at SIA Academy in 2019 to continue his training and to be able to make the jump to Tercera RFEF. Against CF Recambios Colón he was able to make his debut with the first team, highlighting a new success for the international academy of Soccer Inter-Action.
The Indian striker has put in some great performances at the SIA Academy as a result of the hard work at Soccer Inter-Action’s high performance centre. His goals and work rate have been multiplied since his arrival at Soccer Inter-Action’s International Soccer Academy in Spain.
SiddarthBapodra already made his debut in a call-up with UD SIA Benigànim last season, as well as training continuously with the first team. It is another of the great successes of SIA Academy, which continues to support young talent in the Soccer Inter-Action International Football Academy in Spain.
How does SiddarthBapodra play?
Soccer Inter-Action’s high performance centre has been key to Bapodra’s development. The Indian striker has good technique and finishing in front of the goalkeeper, so he will be of great use in the SIA first team coached by Emer Esteve.
In addition, Bapodra’s speed, developed after his training at Soccer Inter-Action’s international football academy, will prove effective in breaking through the difficult defensive morasses of the RFEF Tercera teams.
Where will SiddarthBapodra play?
One of the latest international talents from the SIA Academy will play in Group VI of the RFEF Third Division as a first team player for UD SIA Benigànim. The Soccer Inter-Action team will once again have, for the third consecutive season, an under-23 squad to compete in the bottom rung of the national game.
Led by Emer Esteve, the young ‘ganxuts’ talents of SIA Academy will try to face teams such as Valencia Mestalla, Atlético Saguntino, Olímpic de Xàtiva, Orihuela or Atzeneta, among others.
The first-placed team will be promoted directly to the RFEF Second Division, while the second to fifth-placed teams will play a play-off between them to decide who will advance to the national promotion play-off, in a single match and at a neutral venue.
For the moment, the bottom five teams will be relegated to Regional Preferente, although, depending on the number of teams that drop down from Segunda RFEF, up to ten teams could be relegated.