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  • More clubs than ever eye slots in AFC Cup amid new reality

    While the ongoing 2020 AFC Cup is yet to resume after being suspended in March in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the process of participating in the 2021 edition has already started with the Bangladesh Football Federation asking interest clubs of the Bangladesh Premier League to submit their documents by August 5.
  • Lifting the new normal’s burden

    While athletes from the majority of disciplines are eagerly waiting for the situation to improve so they can get back to formal training, weightlifters across the country are paving the way as they returned to full-fledged training despite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases.
  • Medical guidelines ready for national booters

    The resumption of the national football team’s activities is gradually becoming a reality as the medical committee of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday completed their health guidelines in light of FIFA guidelines to resume football activities ahead of October’s World Cup Qualifiers.
  • Sprinter takes up sickle with eyes on the track

    Promising sprinter Al Naim Sheikh has turned into a day labourer, working on agricultural fields in Khulna as his bread and butter has been snatched away by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Athletics coach busy learning and sharing

    The coronavirus may have kept sporting activities in the country halted for the last four months, bringing misery to athletes,
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