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21 July, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Saif slams BFF for cancelling 4-yr sponsorship deal abruptly

SPORTS REPORTER, DHAKA

Tarafdar Ruhul Amin, the secretary general of the Bangladesh District and Divisional Football Association and the president of the Football Club Association

Slammed Bangladesh Football Federation for abruptly cancelling sponsorship deal with his company SAIF Powertec

He expressed his disappointment to media at press briefing at his Moakhali office in the capital yesterday. The BFF had signed a deal with Saif Powertec to sponsor the Bangladesh Premier League for four years in 2017. But unfortunately the BFF terminated the contract only after one year.

Ruhul Amin, who is also the chairman of the SAIF Powertec, doesn’t have any regret for breaching the agreement.  “But I think the BFF have every right to terminate the contract, but it should have done in a right way. They should have at least taken the consent of our company before signing with another new company.”

Ruhul Amin explained the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) the mother organsation of country’s football but they have failed miserably to run the football in proper way.

Amin, mentioning about the sponsorship of his business organization Powertec said, “We came forward to support the country’s football and an agreement with the BFF but all of a sudden without any reason they cancelled the contract.”

Criticising the incumbent BFF committee said, “It was not fair to terminate the relationship with any sponsor. It is not at all professionalism, our objects were to support the BFF for the development of country’s football but the way BFF broke relationship with us was simply was awful.”

He also informed that they took initiative to produce players with organising an age group tournament with the participation of the district from across the country and some of the selected players from that tournament are in high performance training camp.

“We have invested a lot for the development of football, I can tell you firmly that we will not go back, we will continue to work for the development of football,” said Amin.

 

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