Bengal football player Nazrul Haque passes away at Lavpur in Birbhum district


Veteran football player Nazrul Haque of Birbhum passes away.At eighty four years old he died. He played in arian club for a long time.On that time he also got offer from Mohan Bagan club.He died in lavpur health center.All persons from Birbhum know his name as a great footballer. Till death he remembered that event when the secretary of Mohan Bagan club offered him to join in the Mohan Bagan and he refused that offer due to his family problem.

Nazrul Haque the great footballer from Birbhum died on seventeenth April two thousand and elevent.Eighty four years old Mr. Nazrul Haque passes away in Lavpur of Birbhum district.He leaved his wife Rousanara Begum and one daughter and one son.

He was the great player in past. He played in Arian club,kolkata for a long time. on that time the secretary of MohanBugan club invited him to play in MohanBugan but due to his family problem he cannot joined. Till death he could not forget that offer. He died in Lavpur health center. All persons of Lavpur mourn on his death. He lived in "chotogola village" at lavpur in Birbhum district.

It is sorry to say that the end of any football player like Nazrul Haque does not get any such award neither from west Bengal government nor from any minister. If the end of any such type player without any reward then no player come in future for our state or for our country. We know that the rank of Indian football team in the world. It is shame that one hundred twenty one crore peoples country till today does not play world cup football. Shame to the Bengal football association and shame to the All India football association.


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