Bashundhara Kings close Colindres’s chapter


DHAKA, June 10, 2020 (BSS) – Bangladesh Premier League champions
Bashundhara Kings closed their Costa Rican recruit footballer Daniel
Colindres’s chapter by citing inability to bear wages of the forward
in off-season.

The 35-year old Colindres, who was part of 23-member Costa Rica of
2018 Russia World Cup, had played a vital role for Bashundhara by
winning the prestigious title of the professional football league and
Independence Cup in his debut season of 2018-19 and finally turned
himself into the main hero of this season’s Federation Cup triumph
before the 2019-20 season was called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Talking to newsmen today Bashundhara Kings president Imrul Hassan
told that the Bangladesh Premier league was scrapped this season and
the contract with Daniel’s contract also expired in last month, so it
is tough for to bear his wages in this long off-period.

Forward Colindres told reporters that a good time of his life he
spent in Bangladesh, especially with Bashundhara Kings, the club’s
management and coaching staffs are excellent and he would remember it.

He said he always tried to improve the football of Bangladesh by
giving his best effort in the matches. It was actually a superb
journey for him in Bangladesh.

During his stay in Bangladesh Colindres said he had an opportunity
to meet a lot of people and saw a lot of things.

The Costarcan forward Colindres, who is likely leave Bangladesh on
Monday (June 15), said he tried his best to improve the national
competitions and qualified Bashundhara Kings for AFC Cup.