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Mohiul
January 11, 2007, 06:38 AM
After a long wait, Bangladesh is going to enter the professional arena of football. Her first ever professional football league named as "B League" is inshaallah going to be started in February 15, 2007. The promotional activity for the long waiting league is now going on.


SOURCE (http://www.bangladesherkhela.com/default.asp?strrefer=displayocr&straction=headline&iItemID=23583&iCategoryID=1)

Rabz
January 11, 2007, 08:29 AM
Hopefully everything goes according to plan...
May be this would help the ever-drowning football situation in the country..and we would be a competitive nation in the future...

sadi
January 11, 2007, 09:30 AM
But why name it B league? Is it because of our football standard? ;)

Tigers_eye
January 11, 2007, 10:35 AM
But why name it B league? Is it because of our football standard? ;)
If that was the case, then English Alphabets would have to add quite a few new letters to its current 26. We rank inbetween 145-160.

Mohiul
January 16, 2007, 05:46 AM
Interesting news, one foriegn coach has made a querry at BFF regarding any vacant coaching position in Bangladesh football.

source (http://www.bangladesherkhela.com/default.asp?strrefer=displayocr&straction=headline&iItemID=23651&iCategoryID=1)

jeesh
February 4, 2007, 10:51 PM
Who was the coach? Thread no longer exists. We need a good foreing coach badly. The guy must be able to give direction to the national team. We really wont go anywhere with local based coaches.

tutul
February 28, 2007, 07:07 PM
But why name it B league?

B stands for Bangladesh.

Its a very good move by BAFUFA, hope BD football will regain its crowds.

ialbd
March 1, 2007, 10:10 PM
cud hav named it BD league or sth, B league by itself sounds like a sencond division or some second string event....

Imteaz
March 2, 2007, 06:46 AM
Good Luck to Abahoni & Muktijodha for Todays Match (2 March 2007).

Hope Mohamedan will be Champion (I am The Supporter)

nasifkhan
March 2, 2007, 08:45 AM
If that was the case, then English Alphabets would have to add quite a few new letters to its current 26. We rank inbetween 145-160.
naa re bhai.....bangladesh ato karap na.....bangladesh ato niche namaiyen na.....

ialbd
March 2, 2007, 09:10 AM
with moneys and foreign players flying around, this shud be an interesting event. Channel I has the TV rights, hav to find out whether the channel-i in N America will show the matches.

reverse_swing
March 2, 2007, 12:17 PM
Good Luck to Abahoni & Muktijodha for Todays Match (2 March 2007).

Hope Mohamedan will be Champion (I am The Supporter)

good news for Brothers and Mohamedan supporters. :-D
Abahoni 0 Muktijodha 0 (http://www.bdnews24.com/details.php?cid=2&id=61011)

Mohiul
March 2, 2007, 12:18 PM
A goal-less draw between Abahani vs Muktijoddha failed to attract spectators towrds football. First day of trade also saw two red cards between the opposing teams.

akabir77
March 2, 2007, 01:01 PM
cud hav named it BD league or sth, B league by itself sounds like a sencond division or some second string event....
they followed other asian countries as japanies pro league is called j-league and such..

akabir77
March 2, 2007, 01:02 PM
A goal-less draw between Abahani vs Muktijoddha failed to attract spectators towrds football. First day of trade also saw two red cards between the opposing teams.

source please

Mohiul
March 2, 2007, 01:58 PM
source please


Match Report on BDKhela (http://www.bangladesherkhela.com/default.asp?strrefer=displayocr&straction=headline&iItemID=24671&iCategoryID=1)

akabir77
March 2, 2007, 03:24 PM
Match Report on BDKhela (http://www.bangladesherkhela.com/default.asp?strrefer=displayocr&straction=headline&iItemID=24671&iCategoryID=1)
Thanks

Mohiul
March 2, 2007, 04:45 PM
Thanks


You are most welcome

Miraz
March 3, 2007, 11:02 AM
Brothers Union and Khulna Abahani won their first match of B League

From BDNews (http://bdnews24.com/home.php)

Last season's Premier League champions Brothers Union made a flying start in their B. League opener with a convincing 3-0 win over Chittagong Abahani Krira Chakra at Bangabandhu National Stadium (BNS) Saturday.

Nigerian recruit Elijab Obag Bemino Junior struck twice while Ashraful Qader Manju netted one for Bothers Union.

Though Dhaka Abahani and Chittagong Abahani had not tasted success, Khulna Abahani Krira Chakra made a winning note with a 2-0 win over Rahmatganj Muslim Friends Society at Khulna Stadium.

Proshanto and Mamun score each scored for Khulna Abahani.

At the BNS, the visitors Chittagong Abahani bravely fought against giant Brothers Union in the first half, but they later failed to maintain their show in the ways they played before the breather.

Bemino Junior put Brothers ahead in the 37th minute from a close range after getting a Faisal Mahmud cross from the left while Nigerian striker doubled the margin in the 65th minute after having Chittagong Abahani's defence laps.

Brothers sealed the victory with a fine combination by Mohammedan's former pair Faisal and Manju, who headed home a Faisal cross from the left.

Though, Brother Union left the field with the full three points, but the Gopibagh outfit would miss the service of medio Manwar Hossain in next two matches as Manwar was sent off after being booked for the second time in the 80th minute.

At Khulna, both the team started to play cautiously, but Khulna Abahani spoiled two sitters in the first half with striker Mamun missing the target on both the occasions.

Rahmatganj also launched a few planned attacks, but they could not overcome the Abahani defence barrier.

Proshanto brought the first blood for Abahani with an angular shot that found the net in the 42nd minute after getting a thorough pass from Mamun and wrote his name in the history of B. League as the first scorer.

After the breather, both the teams entertained a strong crowd at the local bowl with their planned games.

Mamun doubled the margin for Abahani with a powerful shot after 66 minutes as the striker did not mistake to send the ball home when a rebounder came in his way.

Manjurul after being set up by Tajul took a powerful shot that was blocked by Rahmatganj goalie Anwar and went to Mamun, whose cleaver shot kissed the opponents' net.

Imteaz
March 7, 2007, 07:39 AM
good news for Brothers and Mohamedan supporters. :-D
Abahoni 0 Muktijodha 0 (http://www.bdnews24.com/details.php?cid=2&id=61011)

Why Brothers Supporter?:-|

Mohiul
March 10, 2007, 05:22 PM
1-0 win against the Muktijoddha Songshod by Chittagong Mohamedan is a real shock for the trophy-contender.

James90
April 18, 2007, 07:27 AM
First the BCB decides to change its name to Cricket Bangladesh after a similar move from the ABC/Cricket Australia. Now it's made its own adaptation of the Australian "A League"

B League is probably the worst name for a premier division competition I've ever heard.

Hatebreed
April 18, 2007, 10:36 AM
First the BCB decides to change its name to Cricket Bangladesh after a similar move from the ABC/Cricket Australia. Now it's made its own adaptation of the Australian "A League"


Japan's league is called J league. It was founded in 1992, and A League was founded in 2004. Did they copy Aussies too?

Mohiul
April 18, 2007, 11:24 AM
<table border="1" bordercolor="#000000" width="600"><tbody><tr bordercolor="#000000" bgcolor="#ffffff"><td colspan="9"><img width="550" src="http://www.bffonline.com/pic_gallery/logo_bLeague.jpg"> (http://www.bffonline.com/B_League_0607.htm)
POINT TABLE (http://www.bffonline.com/Fixture_B_Leaague_0607.htm)
18 April 2007


</td></tr><tr bordercolor="#000000"><td>Team (http://www.bffonline.com/Fixture_B_Leaague_0607.htm)
</td><td>P
</td><td>W
</td><td>D
</td><td>L
</td><td>GF
</td><td>GA

</td><td>GD</td><td>PTS

</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Sheikh Russel K. C.
</td><td>7
</td><td>4
</td><td>3
</td><td>0
</td><td>10
</td><td>2
</td><td>8
</td><td>15
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Abahani Ltd, Dhaka
</td><td>6
</td><td>4
</td><td>2
</td><td>0
</td><td>7
</td><td>1
</td><td>6
</td><td>14

</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad K.C. </td><td>6


</td><td>3
</td><td>2
</td><td>1
</td><td>11
</td><td>4
</td><td>7
</td><td>11
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Chittagong Mohammedan S. C.
</td><td>6
</td><td>3
</td><td>2
</td><td>1
</td><td>5
</td><td>2
</td><td>3
</td><td>11
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Arambagh K. S.
</td><td>6
</td><td>3
</td><td>1
</td><td>2
</td><td>8
</td><td>5
</td><td>3
</td><td>10
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Mohammedan S. C. Dhaka
</td><td>6
</td><td>2
</td><td>2
</td><td>2
</td><td>9
</td><td>4
</td><td>5
</td><td>8
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Brothers Union
</td><td>5
</td><td>2
</td><td>2
</td><td>1
</td><td>8
</td><td>5
</td><td>3
</td><td>8
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Khulna Abahani K. C.
</td><td>6
</td><td>2
</td><td>0
</td><td>4
</td><td>7
</td><td>10
</td><td>-3
</td><td>6
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Farashganj S. C.
</td><td>6
</td><td>1
</td><td>3
</td><td>2
</td><td>4
</td><td>7
</td><td>-3
</td><td>6
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Chittagong Abahani Ltd.
</td><td>7
</td><td>1
</td><td>0
</td><td>6
</td><td>2
</td><td>15
</td><td>-13
</td><td>3
</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#ffffff">Rahamatganj M. F. S.
</td><td>7
</td><td>0
</td><td>1
</td><td>6
</td><td>2
</td><td>20
</td><td>-18
</td><td>1

</td></tr></tbody></table>

Aritro
April 22, 2007, 02:43 PM
What have the crowds been like?

abdulw11
April 22, 2007, 03:01 PM
What have the crowds been like?

Looks pretty empty from the pictures I could gather for BanglaFootball.net (http://www.banglafootball.net/)

rah
June 9, 2007, 05:08 PM
b leaque sounds like a lower division second string league

পিচ্চি
June 11, 2007, 11:34 AM
Looks pretty empty from the pictures I could gather for BanglaFootball.net (http://www.banglafootball.net/)
[বাংলা]মানুষরে পয়সা দিলেও মানুষ এই খেলা দেখবে না[/বাংলা]

abdulw11
June 11, 2007, 11:55 AM
[বাংলা]মানুষরে পয়সা দিলেও মানুষ এই খেলা দেখবে না[/বাংলা]

Sorry, can't read Bangla very well. :shh:

Sohel
June 11, 2007, 01:26 PM
b-league sux infinitely worse than an "dhalliwood" made c-movie. BNS and the money being wasted there should be handed over to cricket ...

Sohel
June 11, 2007, 01:33 PM
Sorry, can't read Bangla very well. :shh:

translation: you couldn't pay people to watch.

MohammedC
June 15, 2007, 07:10 PM
Abahani v Mohammedan (http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/06/16/d70616040137.htm) today. Who will win?

Go Abahani

Mahir
June 16, 2007, 01:03 PM
Yesterday's contest was quite a dramatic, and a controversial one. After a highly competitive first half, both teams scored one goal a piece in the second, but only to have the referees call both back. Match ended in a goal-less tie. At the end, both teams expressed concerns of conspiracy around themselves, and tried to verbally attack the referees.

Abahani and Mohammedan both stand atop the standings with equal points, while Abahani has played 12 matches against Mohammedan's 13.

MohammedC
June 16, 2007, 05:03 PM
That referee was corrupted.

Rabz
June 17, 2007, 08:44 AM
I dont care, Abahahi is still at the top.
They will be the champs of the First Ever professional league in our country.

Nocturnal
June 17, 2007, 05:09 PM
I dont care, Abahahi is still at the top.
They will be the champs of the First Ever professional league in our country.

Go Sydney GO. :-D
Go Abahani GO. :D

Nocturnal
June 18, 2007, 02:19 AM
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One World
June 20, 2007, 11:04 PM
And Mohammedan beat CTG Mohammedan by a big margin.

Nocturnal
June 22, 2007, 02:36 PM
Point table: (top five- june 22nd)


Team M W D L P
Dhaka Mohamedan 14 7 5 2 26
Muktijodda 14 7 5 2 26
Seikh Rasel 14 7 5 2 26
*Dhaka Abahani 12 6 5 1 23
Brothers Union 13 6 4 3 22

Nocturnal
June 23, 2007, 12:17 PM
Amili treble puts Abahani at the top in the B. League
Jahid Hasan Amili struck League's sixth hat-trick as title contenders Abahani Limited returned to their exact style to brush aside Rahmatganj MFS 7-0 in second-leg encounter of the B. League at the Bangabandhu National Stadium Saturday.
For more, visit http://media.bdnews24.com

Nocturnal
June 28, 2007, 06:49 PM
Dhaka Abahani take solo lead in B. League
Dhaka, June 28 (bdnews24.com) – Dhaka Abahani Limited came from behind to defeat their Chittagong namesake 2-1 in the second-leg encounter of the B. League at the Bangabandhu National Stadium Thursday.

The outcome helped them take a solo lead in the 11-team point table with 29 points from 14 outings, two points ahead of the jointly second-placed Muktijoddha Sangsad KS and Sheikh Russel KC, who played one match more than the leaders.

Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club are in the third position with 26 from 14 matches.

Chittagong Abahani Limited has 11 points from 15 matches to stick to the second position from the bottom.

The visitors, Chittagong Abahani, fought equally in the first half and snatched the first-half lead with a counter-attack in the 44th minute.

The port city's captain Khokon Das fired home with a grounder capitalising a left-side minus by Nepalese striker Santosh Shahukhal after Samuel Tamba Goi dummy shot on the Shantosh minus confused Abahani defender Prodeep Pordar.

Both sides, however, survived from conceding early goals when their defenders made the goalline save to rescue the respective sides.

After the lemon break, the popular sky-blues outfit of Dhaka mounted heavy pressure on the opponents amid drizzles having little control on the ball and the all Chittagong Abahani players were busy foiling the attacks of their Dhaka namesake.

However, Dhaka Abahani finally found the equaliser in the 58th minute as striker Jahid Hasan Amili, who struck a hat-trick in the previous match, found the back of the net with a diving header following an Obi Mikel John shot outside the box.

Afterwards, Abahani played a plenty of miss passes and their striker Awudu Ibrahim and winger Mehdi Hasan Ujjal missed the target inside the box.

Midfielder Pranotosh struck the decider three minutes from time with a superb combination with playmaker Abul Hossain.

bdnews24.com/ar/ja/2032 hrs

Nocturnal
July 26, 2007, 11:39 PM
B. League
Khulna Abahani break Mohammedan heart
Sports Reporter

Khulna Abahani did a favour to their more illustrious Dhaka wing when the bottom-table side held visiting Mohammedan to a 1-1 draw in yesterday's crucial B. League match at the Khulna Stadium.The result heavily dashed Mohammedan's title hopes in the inaugural professional football league, pushing top-of-the-table Abahani within a whisker of clinching the trophy.
Abahani's match against Sheikh Russel yesterday in the capital was postponed due to inclement weather and the sky-blues will need just two points from their remaining two matches.
The Abahani-Russel fixture has been revised for today and even if Amalesh Sen's league leaders miss out full points today, they will get another chance against Muktijoddha in their league finale on July 30.
Only if Abahani lose both their matches, Mohammedan can win the title on the final day of the competition provided they beat neighbouring Arambagh on August 1.
Mohammedan, who raised their tally to 39 points, are still two points adrift of their archrivals Abahani. The draw was their sixth in 19 outings but Shafiqul Islam Manik's side were unfortunate not to get full points as their Nigerian striker and captain Mwach Ukwu Paul wasted a first-half penalty.
Mohammedan got the golden chance in the 35th minute but the league's second highest scorer (14 goals) Paul's feeble shot from the spot gave local goalkeeper Iran Sheikh no trouble at all.
There was chaos when some spectators used abusing remarks against Paul but the incident did not hamper the proceedings.
The black and whites, who had thrashed Khulna Abahani 6-1 at home in the first leg, went into the break 0-0 after Paul's missed opportunity but conceded the lead two minutes after resumption.
It was striker GM Mamun, who got his maiden national call earlier this month, put the hosts ahead with a header past a bemused Himel at the Mohammedan goal after rival defender Arif and midfielder Zahid hesitated to clear a long ball inside their area.
Mohammedan dominated the rest of the show and created numerous chances but managed just the equaliser on the hour when veteran Ariful Kabir Farhad took a right-side pass to beat Iran, who was brilliant under pressure throughout the second half.
Mohammedan coach Manik told The Daily Star over phone that they should have won the match after opening up the rival defence now and again.
"We created around ten chances in the second half but unlike the earlier matches, when we used to score one or two from four-five chances, we failed. Iran played superb but Paul's penalty was like a backpass," rued Manik.
Khulna Abahani, who end their campaign in Dhaka against Rahmatganj, will be braced for a great battle as both the teams would be eager to avoid a bottom-table finish.
Both Khulna Abahani and Rahmatganj are on 13 points but the port city side have an edge by virtue of a better goal difference.
Meanwhile, the B. League authority has decided to kick off the remaining matches at 4.15 pm.
http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/07/27/d70727040235.htm

Rabz
July 27, 2007, 12:53 AM
Go Abahani, whether its Dhaka, Khulna or Ctg...

Abahani is approaching a rare triple this season
Champions in cricket, football and hockey.

GO Abahani.

akabir77
July 27, 2007, 10:23 AM
:fire::fire::fire:Abahani Champion:fire::fire::fire:

Well done!!!
Yahooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

MohammedC
July 27, 2007, 10:29 AM
:fire::fire::fire:Abahani Champion:fire::fire::fire:

Well done!!!
Yahooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo




Did the beat Sheikh Rasel ?

Come on Abahoni

Cricket Champion : Abahoni
Football Champion: Abahoni

Rabz
July 27, 2007, 10:33 AM
:fire::fire::fire:Abahani Champion:fire::fire::fire:

Well done!!!
Yahooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo




:applause: :applause: :applause:

:joy: :joy: :joy:

:great: :great: :great:


:bravo: :bravo: :bravo:


Only Abahani can achieve those rare triple feats in BD sports.
Champions in Cricket, football and Hockey in the same year.

This is our year.

Go Abahani.

akabir77
July 27, 2007, 10:39 AM
Did the beat Sheikh Rasel ?

Come on Abahoni

Cricket Champion : Abahoni
Football Champion: Abahoni

yeap 2-0

Nocturnal
July 27, 2007, 08:37 PM
well done. :big_hug:

Congrates for being the Champions in Cricket, football and Hockey in the same year.

ABAHANI IS THE BEST. :D

Nocturnal
August 5, 2007, 04:00 PM
Emily best in B. League
Sports Reporter

Abahani striker Zahid Hasan Emily was voted the best player of the just concluded inaugural professional football league, named as B. League.
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) announced the name of the Dhaka Abahani, the champions of the competition, forward during the prize distribution ceremony at NSC Tower auditorium yesterday,
Chairman of the National Sports Council (NSC) and Army Chief Moeen U Ahmed was present at the function as chief guest and handed over the prizes.
The young striker, who scored 10 goals in the last nine games, received Tk 25,000 and a crest while Nigerian striker Elijah Obagbemiro Junior of Brothers Union also got Tk 25,000 and a crest as the highest scorer in the league with sixteen goals including two hattricks.

Chittagong Mohammedan Sporting Club was adjudged the most disciplined team in the league to receive the 'fair play trophy.'
Abahani received Tk 5 lakh as winners of the inaugural B. League while their bitter rival Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club got Tk 3 lakh as runners-up, third placed Muktijoddha Sangsad won Tk 2 lakh and Sheikh Russel, who finished fourth, received Tk 1 lakh.
Muktijoddha Sangsad however donated their entire prize money to the Chief Adviser's Relief Fund through the NSC chairman at the function.
Source: DS (http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/08/06/d70806040235.htm)