Bangladesh captain Jamal Bhuiyan said that the facilities in the country’s football have changed for the better in the span of his national team career.
“I think our chance is bigger this time because I said before that this team is a better side than the previous ones,” captain Jamal Bhuiyan said
Bangladesh football team’s captain Jamal Bhuiyan hoped that Bangladesh would beat Afghanistan tomorrow in both cricket and football, but hoped that the sports lovers would watch and support the football team.
Sol de Mayo will play their next match on September 9, while Jamal will be back in Bangladesh on Wednesday to join the camp for next month's FIFA friendlies against Afghanistan.
Bangladesh national football team's head coach Javier Cabrera has praised captain Jamal Bhuiyan's move to Argentine club football, calling it a good move for Bangladesh and the player.
Although the term of Jamal’s contract was not confirmed, Sol De Mayo informed that they would release Jamal for his national duty.
Bangladesh captain Jamal Bhuiyan has posted a picture of himself holding his Bangladesh jersey at the Argentine Football Association on his social media accounts a couple of hours ago, stoking further speculation whether he is indeed joining a third-tier Argentine club.
Jamal informed that he and two of his friends were invited to play a friendly match in Argentina but he is yet to make a decision.
The 33-year-old captain, who has worked under different foreign and local coaches and seen the ups and downs of the team, spoke elaborately regarding the difference from the previous campaigns to the recent one and what he feels should be the ideology for the team going forward. Excerpts of the interview, taken by The Daily Star’s Anisur Rahman, are as follows.