Muslim Sports Club – Youth Development Program
The Muslim Sports Club Youth Development Program has been renamed the Black Panthers Football School Muslim Sports Club * Football Academy.
The idea behind the renaming of the Youth Development Program is to establish the parenting relationship with the mother’s organization. A mother with a very rich heritage, a mother who contributed immensely to Indian football, a mother who played a stellar role in adding to the passion of the indigenous youth in the struggle for the freedom of India. The club played a leading role in enhancing the British Empire team’s dominance in football by being the first native team to win the Calcutta Football League in 1934 and winning it five in a row. until 1938. It was also the first Aboriginal team to win the 3rd oldest football tournament in the world, the Durand Cup, in 1940.
The aim of the name change is to “reshape the YDP program, keeping in step with the ongoing developments in the world of football.
When our team spoke with Md. Khaled about the program, he said: With this in mind, we have defined our vision and mission as follows:
To expose children to the latest training methods
To produce technically excellent and innovative players with exceptional decision-making skills.
Our mission is to have a positive impact on the development of the youth of our community by providing football and life enriching opportunities for young players of all ages and abilities, to create a lifelong passion for football and to help raise the level of football in our city. , our state and our nation.
Mohammedan Sporting Club ”is also working on plans to build a Residential Academy in the very near future.
To begin with, the ball was started with a Day Academy.
Currently, we have a staff of nearly 250 children / adolescents spread over 8 years to less than 22 years.
Work has been initiated in terms of providing complete training equipment and infrastructure. Licensed coaches provide appropriate training both on and off the pitch in accordance with the prescribed curriculum.
The hunt for talents of the age groups at the same time, as well as the scouting exercise, is underway. Internally, age group matches are held regularly and talented players are screened and super age group teams are formed, which are nurtured by a dedicated coach. These age group teams will be the supply line for the Academy’s main age group teams, which will also include players chosen as part of the talent search and recruiting process.
Hony YDP Clubs President Khaled Shadan as well as Hony Clubs President Mr. Amiruddin, Hony Senior Vice President Mr. Qamaruddin, Hony Secretary Mr. Danish Iqbal and Hony Football Secretary , Dibyendu Bis, reiterated with vision and mission in mind, their goal is to create internal sourcing. line that will continuously supply the Muslim sports club as well as Bengal and Indian football with quality players for years to come.
All believe that in the next 2-5 years the Under-22 supply chain will be largely internal to the Mohammedan Sporting Club Football Academy itself and they won’t have to look much outside for this age group.
We started the trial process this same year, two of our players YDP Sanjib Ghosh & William Lalgoulien were selected to represent the main team.
Likewise, two U-18 players Altamash Noor and Anamul Haque represented Mohammedan Sporting Club at the AIFF First Heroes Futsal Tournament in Delhi, where the team placed second.
Two of our U-15 boys, Alveis Bastin and Benhar Hylcho, were selected from the AIFF Jharkhand tracks for the final tracks of the AIFF East Zone India U-16 tracks. If selected, they will participate in the Indian U-16 trails in Bhubaneswar.
We have planned to organize regular exhibition visits for the different teams of age groups. Our Under 15 team is getting ready for an exhibition tour of the North Bengal Hills.
At the same time, we are looking for sponsors to support our efforts and we are also looking for opportunities to have links with the youth development programs of other clubs and academies internationally.