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  • Saif SC-Ctg Abahani tie under scanner

    The Match-fixing Identification Committee of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday called three players each from Saif Sporting Club and Chittagong Abahani for their 'suspicious behaviour' during their Bangladesh Premier League fixture on February 23.

  • Kiron gets bail

    A Dhaka court yesterday granted bail to Bangladesh Football Federation's women's wing chairperson and FIFA Council member Mahfuza Akter Kiron in a defamation case lodged against her recently.

  • When will national school football start?

    After Bangladesh national football team's debacle against Bhutan in the Asian Cup Qualifying play-offs, there have been some bold recommendations from all stakeholders to concentrate on grassroots and youth development in a bid to strengthen the pipelines for the senior national teams.

  • BFF trains up school coaches

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has finally got itself actively involved with the Bangabandhu and Bangamata Gold Cup Primary School Football Tournaments by providing training to coaches and teachers of those schools which have qualified for the final rounds.

  • Former booters skeptical

    Former national footballers expressed reservations over the four-year football plan which was revealed by the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) on Saturday.

  • Ariful props up Victoria

    A brace from Arifur Rahman powered Victoria SC to a 2-0 win over Chittagong Mohammedan SC in the Marcel Bangladesh Championship League at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Bangladesh football team

    Bangabandhu Gold Cup dropped?

    The Bangladesh footballers will be out of international action until the SAFF Championship takes place in December next year,

  • Players' Support Seminar held

    The country's Professional footballers have been advised to inspect the details of their contract when signing agreements with

  • Salahuddin 'will not resign'

    Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin said he will not resign from the position of the chief of football despite the national football team's Asian Cup debacle and the ongoing protest for his resignation.

  • 'We need the best teachers'

    Englishman Paul Smalley, the new technical and strategic director of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF), put the coaches'

  • U-16s gearing up for the next step

    Having lifted back-to-back AFC U-14 Women's Regional Championship titles, Bangladesh now have the ambition of qualifying

  • Smalley takes the job

    British Paul Smalley arrived yesterday morning to take up the job of the Bangladesh Football Federation's (BFF) technical and strategic director.

  • Smalley hesitant

    Australia's Paul Smalley is hesitant to take the job of technical director of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) following the terrorist attack in Gulshan.

  • Saintfeit, Smalley to get the nods

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has agreed on principle to appoint Belgian Tom Saintfiet as national team's coach and Australian Paul Smalley as technical director of football.

  • Coach's options few?

    As the Bangladesh Football Federation looks set to sign up Belgian coach Tom Saintfiet for the Asian Cup qualifying play-offs, top coaches in domestic circuit believe that the new coach will have very few options at his disposal.

  • 'BPL, BSL to uplift football'

    The stakeholders of the country's football have urged for a combined effort to uplift the standard of the game as they believe the new format of the Bangladesh Premier League and the introduction of franchise-based Bangladesh Super League could prove to be a new beginning for football.

  • Salahuddin in charge of dist football

    The BFF boss had recently told The Daily Star that he has a big plan about district football and wants to provide at least Tk 5 lakh yearly to each district in this regard.

  • BFF in a quandary over Sylhet BKSP

    Since the signing of an agreement between BFF and NSC in December, 2011 over possession of Sylhet BKSP, the game's governing body has so far been able to run the Sylhet BKSP as its football academy for only nine months.

  • Same old story

    Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) president Kazi Salahuddin promised a lot of reforms when he was elected for a third term last month, but unfortunately he is confronted with the same old problem.

  • Fed Cup likely from June 10

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday confirm the deferral of the Federation Cup for an indefinite period after a majority of the 12 clubs denied to participate.

  • De Kruif coming back

    The Dutchman is expected to return within a few days to take temporary charge ahead of Asian Cup qualifiers against Tajikistan.

  • Salahuddin’s three priorities

    Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin has said his top three priorities for the next four years would be developing district football, strengthening club football and building a strong national team.

  • Salahuddin re-elected for third term

    Kazi Salahuddin is re-elected to the post of Bangladesh Football Federation president for the third consecutive term, beating out the challenge from rival Kamrul Ashraf Khan Poton. Nabil Ahmed, Badal Roy, Mohiuddin Mohi and Tabith Awal have been elected as vice-presidents.

  • BFF AGM held, elections running

    The Bangladesh Football Federation's much-talked about elections are currently underway at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dhaka.

  • Salahuddin-led panel makes hefty promises

    The Kazi Salahuddin-led Combined Panel made made hefty promises regarding improving the national team, age-group teams and making district football vibrant again at a press conference at the BFF House.

  • BFF suspends four booters

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday suspended four national team players for various terms for disciplinary breaches.

  • Bhutan – Bangladesh preview: Pride at stake for both sides

    The group stage of the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship 2015 ends on Monday, with the first of the two fixtures featuring the bottom two sides's of Group B, Bhutan and Bangladesh.