BHF wants to complete hockey’s inter-club players’ transfers by August
DHAKA, – The Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) wants to complete the inter-club players’ transfers for the premier hockey league by August.
“After the league committee’s meeting in the second week of August, we’ll hold a physical meeting and from that meeting we’ll announce the date of players’ transfer for the premier league. We want to complete the inter-club players’ transfers by August and want to hold the premier hockey league by September,” said the BHF acting general secretary Mohammad Yousuf to BSS today.
He said actually the federation is fully ready and cordial to start the league because the sponsor is ready and the ground is ready. If the clubs come forward to cooperate with the federation, it would be easier for the federation to start the league soon.
The acting general secretary informed that they have also plan to hold the club cup during the time of inter-club players’ transfer for the league.
“Actually our regular competitions will be continued as per the calendar but now our main priority is to bring back the premier league on the field,” said Yousuf.
Despite having a negative impact on the Premier League, which rolled six times in the last twelve years, the hockey players have been demanding to start the league as soon as possible because league is the players’ main source of income and they players are passing very hard days as the league is out of field over two and half years.
The BHF has been working seriously to roll the Premier League as soon as possible and the hockey lovers also expect that the hockey’s familiar form will return soon.
Earlier, the Prime Minister donated the BHF Taka one crore to run the premier league.