Barak Flamingoz kicks off for NPL
Co-founders of Barak Flamingoz, members and well wishers with players
‘Barak Flamingoz’, a football club representing Peren district that will vie for the prestigious cup in the ‘Nagaland Premier League 2012’ this March has been officially inaugurated in a glazing ceremony at Jalukie, Saturday the 25th February.
Speaking on the unique occasion that breaks tribe barriers and communalism, the co-founders of the club Shri Kuchi Rangkau Zeliang, Shri Chabu Rio, Shri Hatpa Konyak, and Shri Anato Zhimomi, urged the players to use the rare opportunity given to them with a sense of oneness in full discipline and commitment to God. “We want to encourage the youth to go for sports particularly football through the formation of this club so that players are not only trained as professionals but are employed too. Use your opportunity and soar high as the Flamingo”, the founders stated.
Earlier, addressing the dedication ceremony, Pastor Mongzeung Mpom who is also the Convener of Nagaland Sports Coalition and member of the International Sports Coalition, emphasized on the importance of spiritual life as players. “Your performance will depend on the well-being of your spiritual life; your character will greatly determine your skills”, the pastor said while assuring his constant prayer support for the club. Shri A.K Zeliang, President, Peren District Football Association (PDFA) also urged the players to commit their lives to God and be self confident but not be over confident as that would lead to failure.
Music band fair Friends enthralled the ceremony with the Team’s theme song and some hits of the band.
Barak Flamingoz will be led by team Coach Brando Kamson, who made a niche for himself in the International arena of football as player of Tata Football Association, Tech. Director Mr. Daniel and Asst. Coach & Caretaker Mr. Babu.
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