Mohammedan Sporting Club Limited is all set to see a change in its board of directors as the club's annual general meeting and elections will take place at a hotel in the capital today following a 10-year gap.
The last AGM and elections of the Motijheel club was held in 2011 even though an extra-ordinary general meeting was held the following year to bring some changes in the constitution.
Since then, no general meeting has been held due to internal problems and a court injunction.
Former Army chief General (rtd) Md Abdul Mubeen has already been elected unopposed to replace Obaidul Karim as the club's chairman.
There was an effort to form a consensus board of directors but some candidates declined to withdraw their names, forcing the voting which will see 337 voters selecting 16 directors among 20 candidates.
Of the 20 director candidates, six are incumbent: Mostafa Kamal, Kabir Ahmed Bhuiyan, Mahbub Ul Anam, Kamrun Nahar Dana, Hanif Bhuiyan and Manzur Alam.
The 14 others are new faces.
M Ekramul Haque, Moeen Uddin Hasan Rashid, Mostakur Rahman, Jamal Rana, Kazi Firoz Rashid, Masuduzzaman, Abu Hasan Chowdhury Prince, Khuzista Noor-E-Nahrin, Shafiul Islam MP, Siddiqur Rahman, Sajed AA Adel and Abdus Salam Murshedy are contesting for the first time.