Anisur Rahman | The Daily Star
  • Anisur Rahman

  • Can new VP stem 12 years of failure?

    Irregularity in staging lower division football leagues and district football leagues has been one of the major areas of criticism of Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) President Kazi Salahuddin in his past three tenures.
  • A once-rich well now drying up

    A group of brilliant young footballers put Bangladesh prominently on the map of age-level women’s football, especially in South Asia, by clinching the first-ever AFC U-14 Girls’ Regional Championship in December 2015.
  • Newcomers set sights on district, lower leagues

    The newly elected Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) committee may not reflect the expectations of the general football fans, but the much talked-about polls produced nine new faces who are all set to work along long-serving BFF organisers, including four-time President Kazi Salahuddin for the next four years.
  • A peaceful AGM that belied the discontent underneath

    The annual general meeting is a forum where delegates capitalise on the opportunity to reflect on the obstacles and achievements of the past year, and to voice their opinions on decisions that will affect the direction of the sport.
  • Sport set to stir to life by year’s end

    As the country is gradually stirring back to life amid the threat of the coronavirus, the country’s sports fraternity too seems to be preparing to wake up.