Delhi's veteran football administrator and Hindustan FC owner DK Bose dead
Veteran football administrator and Hindustan FC owner Dilip Kumar Bose passed away at a nearby medical center here after battling COVID-19.
Bose died at Indian Spinal Injury Centre at Vasant Kunj on Saturday night. He had been in his very early 70s.
Nearly all of Bose’s loved ones are also presently struggling with the lethal illness.
His dad passed away on April 29, the afternoon Bose was admitted towards medical center.
Bose ended up being part of Executive Committee of then Delhi Soccer Association for many years.
He had been additionally area of the organising committees whenever Delhi organised any intercontinental or nationwide tournaments.
Football Delhi mourned the loss of Bose and supplied condolences to his family, saying he was among the best pillars of strength in town soccer.
“His enthusiasm and commitment for game ended up being the best. He made enormous share to soccer in Delhi, plus it had been his hardwork, commitment and commitment he made Hindustan FC a title in Asia,” Football Delhi President Shaji Prabhakaran said.
“His demise is a personal loss. We have understood him for over twenty years. We’ll keep in mind Mr DK Bose as an able administrator who’s got given every thing the online game. It is burdensome for Delhi baseball to fill a vacuum remaining by him. We’ll miss him big time.”
Posted at Sun, 02 May 2021 06:28:17 +0000