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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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • BFF suspends four booters

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

  • HC stays Arambagh’s Tk 30 lakh fine

    The High Court stays for three months a decision of Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) that fined Arambagh Krira Sangha Tk 30 lakh over vandalism.

  • 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.

  • Bangladesh beat Nepal 1-0

    Bangladesh beat Nepal 1-0 in a warm up match of SAFF Championship at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka.

  • FFA satisfied with security measures

    The visiting delegation of the Football Federation Australia (FFA) expresses its “satisfaction” over the security measures taken in the country.

  • Socceroos due Nov 14 for WC qualifier

    The Socceroos confirm that they will be arriving in Bangladesh on November 14 to play a World Cup qualifying match against Bangladesh.

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