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AFA clarification on ASPL

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, July 11 - Secretary of the Assam Football Association (AFA) Ankur Dutta clarifying on the allegation made by the Golaghat Rhino FC secretary Samvit Sarma on irregularities in the Assam State Premier League (ASPL), stated in a press release that the Golaghat Rhino secretary initially agreed to sign the agrement and pay the francise fee of Rs 1 lakh. But despite repeated intimation, the Golaghat team neither signed the agreement nor paid the francise fee.

Dutta further intimated that in the meeting among the officials of the AFA, CMG and the Golaghat Rhino FC held on July 3, the Golaghat team secretary did not inform about their objection in the ASPL regulation. Barring Golaghat, all other 11 teams have signed the agreement, Dutta stated.

The AFA secretary also informed that the Golaghat team will face disciplinary action for showing dissent off the field.

It is, however, observed that although the ASPL is entirely related to Assam, according to the agreement the teams have to run to Kolkata in case of any legal action.

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AFA clarification on ASPL

GUWAHATI, July 11 - Secretary of the Assam Football Association (AFA) Ankur Dutta clarifying on the allegation made by the Golaghat Rhino FC secretary Samvit Sarma on irregularities in the Assam State Premier League (ASPL), stated in a press release that the Golaghat Rhino secretary initially agreed to sign the agrement and pay the francise fee of Rs 1 lakh. But despite repeated intimation, the Golaghat team neither signed the agreement nor paid the francise fee.

Dutta further intimated that in the meeting among the officials of the AFA, CMG and the Golaghat Rhino FC held on July 3, the Golaghat team secretary did not inform about their objection in the ASPL regulation. Barring Golaghat, all other 11 teams have signed the agreement, Dutta stated.

The AFA secretary also informed that the Golaghat team will face disciplinary action for showing dissent off the field.

It is, however, observed that although the ASPL is entirely related to Assam, according to the agreement the teams have to run to Kolkata in case of any legal action.