Anisur Rahman | The Daily Star
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  • Former Arambag coach Wazed Gazi passes away

    Star-tracker no more

    He played for a number of clubs and then coached a number of mid-table teams when football was very popular in the country. He never played for the national team or coached one of the two big teams in the country – Abahani and Mohammedan. But Wazed Gazi will be remembered as one of the finest coaches Bangladesh has produced.
  • Pakistan up against favourites India

    Nepal and Pakistan are looking forward to making it to their maiden final appearances in the regional football extravaganza when they take on Maldives and India respectively in the semifinals of the SAFF Suzuki Cup at the Bangbandhu National Stadium today.
  • Relieved and rejuvenated

    Defender Tapu Barman was perhaps the happiest among all on Tuesday night after Bangladesh inflicted a 2-0 defeat on Bhutan in their SAFF Suzuki Cup encounter to exact revenge for their ignominious defeat at the hands of the Himalayan nation two years ago.
  • South Asia's 'World Cup' starts today

    The battle for the sub-continent's football supremacy is all set to roll today when the 12th SAFF Suzuki Cup gets underway at the Bangabandhu National Stadium with seven nations vying for 'the World Cup of South Asia'.
  • Where is that technical knowledge?

    The Bangladesh under-15 women's team returned home yesterday morning from Thimphu but not before undertaking an unusually early morning preparation to catch the 8:30am flight from the Bhutanese capital.