Debabrata Sarkar says Quess doesn’t want to pay the Stadium fees for the Derby
Quess East Bengal plans to host a return-leg derby match on March 15th at Youth But will the investing company host this match in I-League at Saltlake Stadium? Or, can it be moved elsewhere?
Mr Debabrata Sarkar Directors of Quess East Bengal answered about all these concerns.
Mr Debabrata Sarkar says Quess doesn’t want to pay the high rent for Derby in Salt Lake
” Our first choice to host the Derby, which is scheduled to be played on March 15 next year, is the Salt Lake Stadium. But the corporate entity which runs the football team doesn’t want to pay the high rent of the stadium.
” In that case, if we don’t get that stadium at a lower rate, then we may have to organise the Derby in another state. We are keeping all our options open.” Mr Debabrata Sarkar joint directors of Quess East Bengal told The Telegraph.
Mr Debabrata Sarkar have faith in the chief minister and sports minister
” We have faith in our chief minister Mamata Banerjee and sports minister Aroop Biswas. We will appeal to them an hope they will consider our case.”
Aroop Biswas WB Sports Minister says Mohun and East need to pay only 15000 for the Derby
” We have a special rate for Mohun Bagan and East Bengal. they only have to pay the cleaning cost, which is only 15000 to the Government.”
Aroop Biswas WB Sports Minister on spending 10 lakh fees
” You are talking about the floodlight charge and the cost of other arrangements. If they write to us, we may consider their request.”