Salai bats to support TBSFA

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 9, 2018: Salai Holdings Private Limited has showcased an exhibition football match to its business partners from Czech Republic who is currently on visit in Manipur state at Th. Birachandra Singh Football Academy (TBSFA), Taobungkhok in Imphal West today.

Former MLA and vice-president, CWC, NEIDP Sapam Kunjakeshwor said as a part to uplift, to encourage and promote the games and sports enthusiast youths of the state, Salai Holdings will provide all the required essentials to TBSFA.

He said in-order to give awareness to the people of Manipur, especially the business partners from foreign countries that Manipur is the powerhouse of games and sports, today’s exhibition was held.

Ondrej Krivka, Business Partner from Czech Republic witnessing the exhibition match expressed that with young talents playing football constructively, numbers of good players will be brought up from the academy in the coming days.

He said seeing a state where there is slot of sports enthusiast like football, which have national players and teams, origin of the Polo game and others, feels that Czech republic being a small country who also have famous football players in the world have the same common interest with Manipur.

Vice-chairman Salai Holdings Private Limited N. Bishwajit said promoting games and sports in the state is one of the vision of Salai Holdings Private Limited in their 20 years vision.

He said  Salai will provide all the required essentials in development of the  TBSFA physically, morally and financially.

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