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8 December, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Football season kicks off with Fed Cup Dec 18

SPORTS REPORTER, Dhaka

The coming season of football is knocking at the door and is expecting to kick-off from December 18 with the Federation Cup Football tournament.

All the Bangladesh Premier League teams (a total of 13 teams) including newcomers Police Football Club and Uttar Baridhara will participate in the inaugural tournament of the season.

New look Mohammedan Sporting Club, one of the local giants, who have been passing through immense troubles for last few years are very much active to bounce back strongly to regain their reputations.   

Eyeing to bounce back after dismal performances in the last few years Mohammedan Sporting Club formed a formidable team this season just to survive from tough times of previous seasons.

Part of their different plans to get rid of the awkward position and recently huge controversy with the casino business on the club premises, some of the former stars and organisers came forward to take the responsibility of the club in the crisis period.

Led by Badal Roy, Zakaria Pintu and Pratap Sankar Hazra, among the formers and organizers - Imtiaz Sultan Jony, Rummoan Bin Wali Shabbir, Kaiser Hamid and other players and organizers have already organised the team well from coming season with appointing English coach Sean Lean to look after the team..

Now they are trying to have their home venue outside Dhaka and have already applied to Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) and they will also visit Cumilla Stadium whether the venue is up to the mark.

This is the first time Mohammedan looking forward to have their home venue outside Dhaka while they have been playing at the Bangabandhu National Stadium along with Abahani Limited, Rahmatganj, Brothers Union and some other clubs as home venue. However, this time some of the members of Mohammedan, who are working heart and soul to reinstate the club’s reputation with having success trying in different ways.              

Badal Roy, the vice-president of the BFF said, “We have already informed BFF about our plan and as per we know that Cumilla Stadium is good enough to organise the matches of professional football.”

 

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