Shahravaz Bashir to be Kashmir


New Delhi: In India, sports are considered as stairs to ensure government jobs. However, Shahzabaz Bashir, Kashmiri football, hard work has occurred before he plays soccer and his team wants to make it a League Cup again.

The midfield midfield is one of the world's football soccer players, consisting of Real Kashmir FC, the first team in Jammu and Kashmir to take place in the I-League Football League.

Bashir, a 30-year-old from Srinagar, has a hard work of the government, but does not want to quit his dream even if it means clever life is nothing unusual in his life.
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However, Bashir was considered an honest man Real Kashmir since most players have part-time jobs, some even daily wage earner and a bit of education.
The team is manager of Scotsman and former Rangers veteran David Robertson, and has already featured in the history of the second-tier league title.

"I am working on a mathematician at Srinagar Office of Mathematics, working 9 to 5 but I get a break, I can join one hour later." Accountant General Kashmir Football Fishing and the positive effect it is making, "Bashir told the PTI interview.

"So, I'm training at the TRC Ground in Srinagar group from 8 am to 10 am and you can sit at 11 am, I'll be leaving late at night, say 5:30 or 6pm. I used to be and I am happy to do this, "said Bashir, whose father is a businessman.

In the middle of nowadays there are some financial problems that he does not talk about, but he has seen his hard-earned problems grow.

"My father is a small businessman and a homemaker, I do not have a balloon or shotgun, and I borrow from others." My father has also been playing soccer for many days, with me playing with me.

"My mother was opponent first because she felt it was not here, I joined the football academy (managed by J & K Bank), and I joined Lonestar Kashmir (currently playing in the second I-League) and I played there for three years (from 2014 to 2016) Last year, I joined Real Kashmir, "he said.

He also completed the bachelor's degree and received a permanent central government.

Bashir admits he could find it difficult to join other teams outside of Srinagar because of his job. Despite that, he dreams of playing for the national team.

"Every footballer wants to be in the national team, and I dreamed of the same thing, I do not think there will be a problem if the national team is elected, we can apply for our office to live in the national parks and sports games," he said.

"Mehrajuddin Wadoo and Ishfaq Ahmed played for India, each of the Real Kashmir players can play in the Indian team, and in the future he knows, I see the revolution in Kashmir," he said.

Bashir said that except for a few previous cases, the river valley is coming in the way of the game.

"People from outside of Kashmir may think differently, but it's normal when playing soccer, the problem is not much about the situation, but more about the lack of infrastructure. "

Real Kashmir play their first match of the I-League against defending champions Minerva Punjab on October 31 in Panchkula. Their first meeting at Churchill Brothers Church Go Go November 6.

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