Kings rope in Tariq Kazi

Sports Correspondent

18 November, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Kings rope in Tariq Kazi

Bashundhara Kings roped in youngster Tariq Kazi, the Non-resident Bangladeshi whose tales have been making the rounds in recent times. He joined Bashundhara Kings and will replace injured national booter Masuk Miah Zony.

The 19-year old played for Finland’s top club Eleven’s Tampere and even played a match of Europa League for his former club.

Kings have also been joined by Argentinian bootert Nicholas.

Bashundhara Kings, Saif Sporting Club Ltd, Rahmatganj Muslim Friends Society completed their Players Registration for the upcoming season of Bangladesh Premier League and other top fixtures on Sunday.

The ongoing transfer window started October 1 and will go on till November 20.

Reigning champions of Bangladesh Premier League Bashundhara Kings has assembled a formidable squad for the upcoming season as they eye to bring in some good result from AFC Cup where they will be representing Bangladesh. They have retained most of their key domestic players and also added some of the best players from other clubs. Their notable inclusions for this season include Rabiul Hasan, Topu Barman and Atiqur Rahman Fahad.

Bashundhara Kings President Imrul Hassan welcomed the new recruits to the club. He also reiterated his vision for establishing Bashundhara Kings as footballing powerhouse of Asia.

“Many people ask us what is the goal of our clubs? To put it in one sentence, our goal is to reach the furthest success in the realm of football. In the process, we want to conquer everything which comes in our way. Whether it is AFC Cup or something beyond that, we hope to clinch all those titles,” said Imrul Hassan.

“We want to represent Bangladesh in the international football map. Those who disregard Bangladesh’s football potential now, will be forced to concede their mistake of demurring Bangladesh the rightful place in international football,” added Hassan.

“I want to thank the three players joining us as they accepted our offer. Getting them on board is part of our plan to form a formidable squad to charge ahead to our goals,” told Bashundhara Kings President.

Meanwhile, Saif Sporting Club retained Bangladesh skipper Jamal Bhuiyan while they brought in Emery Bayisenge from Rwanda, Fayia Kobba from Sierra Leone, Jahongir Ergashev from Tajikistan and Kafsut Taiusm to crowd their foreign pool with quality booters.

But Rahmatganj’s squad didn’t appear to have much potential on paper and will have to prove their worth in the field to stand out from the crowd.

Bashundhara Kings: Md Mitul Hasan, Sushanto Tripura, Nurul Nail Faisal, Md Yeasin Khan, Topu Barman, Md Emon Mahmud, Md Rabiul Hasan, Md Motin Mia, Tawhidul Alam Sabuj, Biplo Ahmed, Bishwanath Ghosh, Mohammad Atiqur Rahman Fahad, Rasel Ahmed, Mahbubur Rahman, Sk Alamgir Kabir Rana, Md Ibrahim, Anisur Rahman Zico, Md Maksudur Rahman, Md Monir Hossain and Hamidur Rahman Remon

Saif Sporting Club: Md Rahmat Mia, Riyadul Hasan, Jamal Bhuiyan, Emery Bayisenge, Shahedul Islam Shahed, Mehbub Hasan Nayan, Md Sazzad Hossain, Mohammad Al Amin, Yeasin Arafat, Md Foysal Ahmed Fahim, Jafar Iqbal, Md Maraz Hossain, Md Imran Hasan Rimon, Shanto Kumar Ray, Md Ariful Islam, Sagor Hossain, Md Abu Shaeid, Mohammad Rahim Uddin, Sk Saiful Islam, Mohammad Emon Hawladar, Abid Ahmed, Jabed Ahmed, Md Pappu Hossain, Nayan Miah, Kafsut Taiusm, Md Sabuz Hossain, Fayia Kobba, Arifur Rahman, Jahongir Ergashev and Md Tanvir Hossain.

Rahmatganj MFS: Md Ariful Islam, Md Khalil Bhuiyan, Md Sharif, Arman Sadi, Md Enamul Islam, Md Didarul Alam, Shuhel Miah, Md Sajidur Rahman, Md Shahedul Alam, Md Sanoar Hossain, Md Nahidul Islam Nahid, Md Tarek, Md Rasel Ahmed Liton, Md Arafat Hossain, Rakibul Hasan Tushar, Md Al Amin and Sumon Dey.


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