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Cash Strapped Mohun Bagan gets a Helping Hand of Rs 1 crore from the President

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A file photo of Mohun Bagan team during I-League.

One of India’s most famous, legendary and oldest football club, Mohun Bagan from the past few months has gone through some worst time. With players and officials salary not paid the last three months, the clubs President has now come forward to help them out.     

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President to the rescue for Mohun Bagan

The President Swapan Sadhan Bose will give the club Rs 1 crore on urgent basis.

In a state of turmoil with their players not receiving salaries, Mohun Bagan today got a breather with their President Swapan Sadhan Bose promising to donate Rs one crore to clear the dues on “urgent basis.”

The players have not received payments for the last three months, while the club is unable to decide on the squad for the upcoming season.

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To make matters worse there’s been an internal squabbling among some office bearers.

“We might have many differences but that should not affect the players who bring glory and laurels to our club. In view of the above I have decided to give Rs 1 crore so that the salaries of players can be paid on an urgent basis,” Bose wrote to general secretary Anjan Mitra in an email, which was circulated to the media.


Led by former international Satyajit Chatterjee, 15 members of its executive committee recently resigned, citing lack of commitment and transparency in the functioning of the club.

A file photo of Mohun Bagan team during I-League.

The club’s top officials assistant secretary Srinjoy Bose and finance secretary Debasish Dutta — had resigned midway in March. Mitra’s team has now been reduced to a minority.

“I am deeply sad and disturbed at all the news reports about my beloved club which is going on all over the media. I am also equally concerned like my members and supporters about the present situation.

“What is more disturbing is that the players are not getting their salary for the last three months,” Bose, who has been funding the club ever since its sponsor McDowell and Co pulled out, added.

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