Anisur Rahman | The Daily Star
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  • Kings win 2nd title on the trot

    The Toyota accelerated at top speed but fell short of the Ferrari in the final of the Walton Federation Cup final yesterday as Bashundhara Kings beat Saif Sporting Club 1-0 at Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday to lift the season’s curtain-raising tournament.
  • End of the line in sight for Abahani?

    Playing for one club for 18 years is without a doubt a sign of a player’s great loyalty, which is repaid by the club year after year by offering contracts despite the kind of service they will get.
  • No alternative other than green?

    The long-standing demand of footballers for a well-equipped gymnasium is likely to come true, but unfortunately at the expense of the green open lawn at the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) premises.
  • A diamond in the rough

    After a seven-year hiatus, the third edition of women’s football league just drew to a close on Sunday with the star-studded Bashundhara Kings becoming the new, undisputed champions, thanks to national forwards Sabina Khatun, Krishna Rani Sarkar and Tahura Khatun in their roster to make the key difference with other teams.
  • Women’s league empowers trailblazers

    A group of talented girls unexpectedly stormed onto headlines in 2015 and their success, including advancing to the 2017 finals of AFC U-16 Women’s Championship, and brilliant performances have continued silently as the Tricotex Women’s Football League has failed to attract spectators in the new normal.