Druk Lhayul FC is no more

With the exclusion of Lhayul, BFF Academy FC, who didn’t qualify for the top six position last year, has been given a chance to compete in the upcoming Bhutan Premier League (BPL).

Lhayul’s general secretary, Sonam Tenzin, said the club was dissolved because of financial constraints. “There is not a single sponsor for the club this time.”

The management has left it to the players to decide which club they want to join.

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