Thai 14-year-old Shooting Prodigy in world football

Thailand's James Bond has said he is unhappy with his players' age, as the high school students are eyeing the golden jewel in the week of this week.

Isarudud Phurihiranphat is the youngest competition in the competition, and the 14-year-old faces a 25-meter-long bullet-riddled pistol.

"I know that I am the youngest player in this competition, but I do not feel pressure, I am happy and am calm when I throw it out," he told AFP after the training began in New Delhi.
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"Of course, I will go to the gold, I feel I can do it, my goal is to take part in the 2020 Olympics," he added.
"The British love of the British is encouraging to be the youngest sportor at the age of nine," he said.

"I like guns since I was young, and I also watched a lot of films from James Bond," he said.

"I like Johnny's English," he added, referring to the filmmaking film of the British film.

But his parents also encouraged him, with his mother, Phon Phak, with her baby, just like the Indian capital, as one of Thailand's top managers.

"My father is the captain of my ship, and my mother has a business, helped me continue my playing time, my mother walks with events and wants to do something about education."

Phon is safe for Isabudom's "focusing on" as well as as a & # 39; a little reminiscent of his previous trip to Bangkok studying the academy from their home of four hours outside the town of Nakhon Ratchasima.

"He is focusing on his sporting style, which is very little of his age, he likes sports and will win his top scorer," she told AFP.

"It was simply a trip to go to the city to show tickets dust of Bangkok, where he received training break, but I will always be here," she added.

Islanudom is still looking for his first months in a major tournament after representing Thailand in the Asian Games in Indonesia and the World Cup in South Korea.

Delhi's event is the fourth competition in the World Cup after winning the trophy and has more than 10 balls in international competitions.

"I started it when I was 9 years old, but I realized it was not good, so he changed 25 meters and got a two-year yield," he said.

"I like a great fire because it is fast, I do not like it short, I went to my first Asian tour of 2015 in Thailand."

The World Cup in Delhi will be completed on Thursday.

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