JK Bank Ex-football players felicitate
M A KHAN
Srinagar, Jan 6: The former footballers of J&K Bank accorded a farewell party to Muhammad Amin Khan, who recently retired from the services of JK bank after attaining the age of superannuation.
The players recalled their deep association with Khan during their playing days in JK bank football team as the founder of the team during late 90’s and then his involvement as team Manager for many years.
The players described him as a football mentor, who always fought for the cause and promotion of the game in the Bank. The players called themselves indebted to his efforts in making the JK Bank football as top rank team in the state.
All the players urged Khan to continue his passion with the game of football. On the occasion Muhammad Amin Khan thanked players and assured them that he will continue with the football spirit and will launch a forum for the promotion and overall development of the games in the state.
Khan revealed that an Association called “Sports Promoters Association” shall be officially launched and its inaugural function will be held next month.
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