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tiger_2007
October 23, 2010, 02:37 PM
This mastan (an Awami outlaw) is holding the position to grab all financial activities from the CEO of BCB. If the CEO becomes COO, this mastan will have more authority to digest all money set aside for the development of cricket in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comhttp://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/ /><st1:country-region w:st=<st1:place w:st="on">Bangladesh</st1:place></st1:country-region>. This idiot (known as Tutul) used to be an ex-footballer played for Abahoni along with Salahuddin in '70-'80.
<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comhttp://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/ /><o:p></o:p></FONT></FONT></P><P><FONT color=black><FONT face=As soon as <st1:country-region w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Bangladesh</st1:place></st1:country-region> won ICC trophy, he showed his love for cricket and got himself with all cricketing activities. For him, it is all about money. As money started flowing in Cricket, he could NOT resist his appetite! He left his passion for football and showed his over enthusiasm for cricket. His presence in cricket is only visible when Awami league gets into power. This money monger needs some lesson from cricket fan across the country.:mad:

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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president AHM Mustafa Kamal is all set to feel the pulse of his councillors about his stubborn stance of upholding professionalism when he attends the first annual general meeting (AGM) of his one-year tenure at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel today.
There are some run-of-the-mill issues on the agenda, which will be placed before the councillors for their approval, but the TK. 57-lakh AGM might in all probabilities heat up over a couple of burning issues like the failure of holding the EGM (extraordinary general meeting) before the AGM and a proposal for amendment in the board's constitution curbing the authority of its chief executive office.
The board directors are already divided into two groups over the amendment to the constitution with the board president publicly saying that he would stand against any move to make the CEO into a glorified COO (chief operating officer) in the draft of the amendment, prepared by his apparent rival and constitution committee chief Dewan Shafiul Arefin.
Kamal, who has recently appointed a CEO defying opposition from some directors ever since he took the hot seat in September 2009, now faces tougher battle to convince his councillors how important a CEO is for the betterment of Bangladesh cricket.
Meanwhile, the amendment proposed in the draft constitution is to replace 'chief executive officer' (CEO) with chief operating officer (COO) curbing his authority over the chief finance officer, who according to the amendment, will be accountable to the Finance Committee chief instead of the CEO.
The amendment, likely to be placed on the November 30 EGM, if approved, will slash the executive power of the CEO.
However, many have not found any reason behind the changes as they believe only a chief executive officer with an authority given to him in the existing constitution can only ensure the transparency in the board activities.

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http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=159691

Eshen
October 23, 2010, 02:42 PM
He makes me thankful that Lotus is in helm of BCB! The guy sure belongs to the worst of BAL!

_Rafi_
October 23, 2010, 02:56 PM
Look like Lotus Kamal's power is going to be used in positive way. Come on Lotus!

reyme
October 23, 2010, 04:03 PM
He is close to Hasina...always running for MP...just last time did not get the nomination...

Naimul_Hd
October 23, 2010, 05:05 PM
not only him, there are few more "shubidhabadi" crooks in the team. No matter which govt comes, they somehow manage to hold their position. They have good connection.

btw, where is Ashraful Haque ? is he still president of ACC ??

Eshen
October 23, 2010, 05:26 PM
not only him, there are few more "shubidhabadi" crooks in the team. No matter which govt comes, they somehow manage to hold their position. They have good connection.
What do you mean by "shubidhabadi"? Tutul is a hardcore BAL politician. There was one point he was BAL central committee's sports and youth secretary (not sure what's his current rank in the party). You sure are not going to see him around any national sports committee if BNP returns in power.

There are people like Mahbub Anam and Enayet Siraj who don't have any strong political affiliation with any party and served under both BNP and BAL. I personally don't see anything wrong with them.

btw, where is Ashraful Haque ? is he still president of ACC ??
No, he is the CEO of ACC.

tiger_2007
October 23, 2010, 06:00 PM
http://www.newagebd.com/2010/oct/24/spt.html

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AGM divides BCB councillors
Staff Correspondent
Cricket organisers in Bangladesh have become sharply divided over the Annual General Meeting of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, scheduled to be held at a city hotel today.
The AGM is due to discuss some routine matters and approve the budget for 2010-11, but the chance is high that the situation could turn volatile with many councillors gearing up to take on the BCB high-ups over certain issues.
The BCB in its meeting on August 20 had decided to hold the AGM and the Extraordinary General Meeting simultaneously, which would have given the councillors a chance to bring some amendments to its constitution.
But the BCB slightly deviated from its previous decision and is now holding only the AGM, which marred their move. Some councillors, who reportedly have the backing of BCB president AHM Mustafa Kamal, opposed the move of amending the constitution, which only aggravated the situation.
A highly influential BCB director, directly involved with the ruling party Bangladesh Awami League, is allegedly backing the councillors for constitution amendments.
The proposed amendments include reducing the power of the BCB president, the chief executive officer and the selection committee. There is also a move to increase the number of standing committees from 16 to 19.
The BCB had formed a committee to review the constitution about a year ago, headed by the same director who allegedly became super-active ahead of the AGM. He allegedly sent a letter to the councillors on October 14 seeking proposals for amendment, despite knowing that there is no scope for the issue to be discussed at the AGM.
There is a proposal to rename the post of the chief executive officers as the
chief operating officer, which would certainly reduce his power. Another proposed amendment said the Board of Directors will select the national team and nominate the captain, vice-captain, coach and manager which will make the selection committee redundant.
As per the present constitution, the BCB president has the power to form a five-member advisory committee if he feels it necessary, but the power will be null and void if another amendment is passed. Proposal is also there to strip the BCB president of the power of giving a ruling on any issue.
Currently the BCB has 16 standing committees, but there is a proposal to divide the game development committee and the grounds and facilities committee into two parts. Also there is a proposal to form a security committee, which normally the BCB forms only during any international series.
These new amendments were proposed in addition to the unanimously agreed amendments for forming regional cricket bodies.
The councilors, backed by the so-called influential director, may use the issue of regional bodies as their tool to hot up the AGM, feared their opposition group.
The BCB, however, took enough initiatives to win their heart as around Tk 57 lakh has been budgeted for the meeting.
The budget includes gift items worth
Tk 30,000 for each councillor.
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Shubho
October 23, 2010, 06:00 PM
I don't understand why you guys are complaining. It's a good thing politicians meddle in every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Bangladeshis can't run anything if not for politicians. And the BEST politicians to run things are those from the Awami League.

I heart Dewan Shafiul Arefin. He is smart. He is experienced. He is a politician. He supports the right party. He is the man for the job!

Murad
October 23, 2010, 06:40 PM
[বাংলা]শান্তই থাকবে বিসিবির বার্ষিক সভা!

ক্রীড়া প্রতিবেদক | তারিখ: ২৪-১০-২০১০


বিসিবির পরিচালনা পরিষদের গতকালের সভার পর আজকের বার্ষিক সাধারণ সভার আবহাওয়া শান্তই থাকার কথা। গঠনতন্ত্রের যে সংশোধনী প্রস্তাব নিয়ে বার্ষিক সভায় ঝড় ওঠার শঙ্কা ছিল, কাল বোর্ড সভায় সেটা পরবর্তী জরুরি সভায় (ইজিএম) উত্থাপনের সিদ্ধান্ত হয়েছে। জরুরি সভার তারিখ নির্ধারিত হয়েছে আগামী ৩০ নভেম্বর। সংশোধনী প্রস্তাব নিয়ে কারও কোনো অভিযোগ বা বক্তব্য থাকলে সেটা ২৮ অক্টোবরের মধ্যে বোর্ডকে জানাতে হবে।

কালকের বোর্ড সভায় ২০১১ বিশ্বকাপের উৎসব শুধু ঢাকা আর চট্টগ্রামে সীমাবদ্ধ না রেখে সারা দেশে ছড়িয়ে দেওয়ার সিদ্ধান্ত হয়েছে। সভা শেষে মিডিয়া কমিটির প্রধান জালাল ইউনুস জানিয়েছেন, উদ্বোধনী অনুষ্ঠানের সময় একযোগে ৬৪টি জেলাসহ দেশের ৯০টি স্থানে হবে বিশেষ অনুষ্ঠান, কনসার্ট এবং আতশবাজির উৎসব। এ ছাড়া উদ্বোধনী অনুষ্ঠানের দিন ঢাকার মানিক মিয়া এভিনিউতে আতশবাজির অনুষ্ঠান ও পরদিন বঙ্গবন্ধু স্টেডিয়ামে বিশেষ কনসার্ট আয়োজনের সিদ্ধান্ত হয়েছে। বিশ্বকাপে বাংলাদেশে যে দলগুলো খেলবে, উদ্বোধনী অনুষ্ঠানে উপস্থিত থাকবে তাদের সব খেলোয়াড়-কর্মকর্তা। বাকি দলগুলোর পক্ষে আসবেন অধিনায়ক ও ম্যানেজার। এ ছাড়া এশিয়ান গেমসে যাওয়ার আগে মহিলা ক্রিকেট দলকে দুটি প্রস্তুতি ম্যাচ খেলতে হংকং পাঠানোর সিদ্ধান্ত এবং জিম্বাবুয়ে সিরিজের টিকিটের দামও চূড়ান্ত হয়েছে গতকালের সভায়। ভিআইপি গ্যালারির টিকিট ১ হাজার টাকা, আন্তর্জাতিক গ্যালারি ৩০০, ক্লাব হাউস ২০০ ও গ্যালারি ৫০ টাকা।

৩০ নভেম্বর এজিএমের নতুন তারিখ পড়ায় এবং সংশোধনী প্রস্তাব নিয়ে বক্তব্য জানানোর সময় নির্দিষ্ট করে দেওয়ায় আজকের বার্ষিক সভায় সেটি উত্থাপনের সম্ভাবনা কমে এসেছে। ২০০৬ সালে সর্বশেষ বার্ষিক সভার পর বিভিন্ন অর্থবছরের বাজেট ও অডিট রিপোর্ট অনুমোদন, গত বার্ষিক সভার কার্যবিবরণী অনুমোদনের মতো সাধারণ বিষয়গুলো নিয়েই আলোচনা হওয়ার কথা সভায়।

সিইওর পরিবর্তে বিসিবিতে সিওও নিয়োগের প্রস্তাবসহ আরও অনেক কারণেই বিতর্কিত হয়ে পড়েছে প্রস্তাবিত সংশোধনী। গঠনতন্ত্র কমিটি ‘ভাষাগত ভুল’ বললেও প্রস্তাবিত সংশোধনী অনুমোদন হয়ে গেলে ভবিষ্যতে জাতীয় দল গঠন করবেন বোর্ড পরিচালকেরা! ২০০৮-এর সংশোধিত গঠনতন্ত্র অনুযায়ী জাতীয় লিগ, জাতীয় ক্রিকেট চ্যাম্পিয়নশিপসহ অন্যান্য টুর্নামেন্টে বিভাগীয় ও জেলা দলগুলোর ‘প্রতিবছর’ অংশগ্রহণ বাধ্যতামূলক থাকলেও নতুন সংশোধনীতে ‘প্রতিবছরের’ জায়গায় ‘নিয়মিত অংশগ্রহণের’ প্রস্তাব করা হয়েছে। ‘প্রতিবছর’ অংশগ্রহণের বাধ্যবাধকতা থাকার পরও যেখানে সব জেলায়

http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/date/2010-10-24/news/103739[/বাংলা]

cricket_king
October 23, 2010, 06:54 PM
I don't understand why you guys are complaining. It's a good thing politicians meddle in every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Bangladeshis can't run anything if not for politicians. And the BEST politicians to run things are those from the Awami League.

I heart Dewan Shafiul Arefin. He is smart. He is experienced. He is a politician. He supports the right party. He is the man for the job!

I pray this has sarcasm written all over it.

hoax
October 23, 2010, 08:19 PM
I don't understand why you guys are complaining. It's a good thing politicians meddle in every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Bangladeshis can't run anything if not for politicians. And the BEST politicians to run things are those from the Awami League.

I heart Dewan Shafiul Arefin. He is smart. He is experienced. He is a politician. He supports the right party. He is the man for the job!

WTF:eek:

Zunaid
October 23, 2010, 08:55 PM
I pray this has sarcasm written all over it.

WTF:eek:

http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRVW1YGOkmYH3xcW9fhc1GpiQouaZ42x V4wr0CkHEzD0u85ufM&t=1&usg=__WDr7Z2xz26yUKYPPMlgVHOK8A4A=

For sarcasm 101

WarWolf
October 23, 2010, 10:28 PM
Interesting.....
The BCB, however, took enough initiatives to win their heart as around Tk 57 lakh has been budgeted for the meeting.
The budget includes gift items worth
Tk 30,000 for each councillor.

yaseer
October 23, 2010, 11:03 PM
Khomotar Lorai, ke na chai? But problem hoilo, cricket er khoti hoileu eder kisu jai ashe na!

Tutul was a footballer and now he is in Cricket Board. He could have easily joined Football federation as BAL in power. It does not need much intelligence to figure out the main reason for him to join cricket board.

max410
October 23, 2010, 11:32 PM
why use politics in s port administration they need to know we are now consistently improving , we need to fix things before the world cup

lamisa
October 24, 2010, 12:30 AM
are,lotus etto bhalo hoye gelo je....

Sohel
October 24, 2010, 03:38 AM
Although I was, still am will always be a Mohamedan supporter, I was a big fan of Tutul and other Habamoni soccer players like Nannu, Babul and Chunnu. Sorry to see him like this. Then again, I have FF uncles who have sold out with gusto.

"kahumotar lobhe bibek bishorjon" - Haider Hossain in "Tirish Bauchhor".

tiger_2007
October 24, 2010, 01:22 PM
Mastan Tutul won the battle :timeout:

http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=159837

Kamal's dramatic U-turn?

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president AHM Mustafa Kamal subtly moved from his refreshing 'professionalism' stance yesterday, suggesting the position of the chief executive officer (CEO) could soon become history.
During a press conference after the Annual General Meeting at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Kamal said that if the board moves from CEO to COO (chief operating officer), there would not be any difference in its job description.
He emphasised that not even a single punctuation will be changed in the functioning of the COO from CEO.
But when asked then what's the point to change the name, the BCB boss apparently looked hapless and hinted of a future compromise deal.
"I want the CEO since it is my principle to uphold the constitution, but I'm not the only one in BCB. There are others and I want to take everyone's opinion in the matter," said Kamal, who added that any change to the constitution would only be for the improvement of cricket in the country.
The amendment, like many of the other issues, is likely to be placed on the November 30 Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) after further discussion in a board meeting on October 28.
Kamal also, quite inexplicably, drew an example of Pakistan Cricket Board, an institution that has become an international pariah through their activities over the last decade, while supporting his statement.
"The COO will not be belittled in any way. Some full member countries in the International Cricket Council (ICC) have CEO, some have COO; Pakistan has a COO while in India, the general secretary carries out the duties of a CEO," said Kamal, also an Awami League lawmaker.
His latest stance can be best described as a dramatic U-turn after his stubborn position of upholding professionalism in the face of a perceptible division among the board directors over the amendment to the constitution.
Kamal was earlier, against any move to make the CEO into a glorified COO (chief operating officer) in the draft of the amendment, a move prepared by constitution committee chief Dewan Shafiul Arefin, who was also present during the hour-long briefing to the journalists.
Meanwhile, the BCB Game Development committee will also go through changes in its overall function, by dividing up the different age-groups and school cricket and making sure all the districts participate in every section of the age-group. The idea is to have the Game Development committee to hold training of the different teams but not hold tournaments across the country.
"There are thousands of players in school cricket and one committee cannot take care of that and other age-group teams at the same time.
Attending the final of the different competitions is not game development," said the BCB chief.
It was also ascertained that a board member would monitor the smooth running of these age-group competitions across the country, holding any district responsible if they don't take part in any of the tournaments.
The 139 BCB councillors (out of 168) who attended the AGM unanimously approved the minutes of the AGM and EGM held in 2006 and 2008. Apart from that, the CEO's report and audited accounts for 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 and the BCB annual budget for the years 2009-10 and 2010-11 were all approved as was the appointment of an auditor

tiger_2007
October 24, 2010, 01:28 PM
http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=159849

<FIELDSET>

Contrasting Picture

Here is a brief comparative look at some of the salient clauses of the Bangladesh Cricket Board's constitution regarding the functionalities of a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the proposed amendments that will see a Chief Operating Officer (CO

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CEO
Sub clause 14.1 (BA):
Appointment of Chief Executive Office: Bangladesh Cricket Board will nominate, select and fix the salary and other facilities before appointing a chief executive officer. The CEO will carry out the following duties on the sidelines of duties entrusted by the executive committee from time to time.
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 3:
He will always through the president remain under the guidance and supervision of the board of directors and will work on the suggestions of the board of directors.
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 7:
He will always thrive to expand and develop Bangladesh Cricket Board's economic, corporate, administrative and sporting activities through his highest quality of administration and management.
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 9:
He will, if needed, prepare report, prepare proposal for the executive committee or for any standing committee and will submit those to the board of directors or to any related standing committee through the president.
Sub clause 14.1 (MA):
Appointment of chief financial officer
(He) will nominate, select and fix the salary and other facilities before appointing a chief financial officer. The chief financial officer, under the supervision of the CEO, will carry out the duties entrusted by the board of directors.
Sub clause 14.1 (ZA)
He will give his consent or sign a contract on behalf of the Bangladesh Cricket Board relating to any financially beneficial international and regional agreements or understandings.
<HR>COO

Amendment
Sub clause 14.1 (BA):
Appointment of Chief Operating Office: Bangladesh Cricket Board will nominate, select and fix the salary and other facilities before appointing a chief operating officer. The COO will carry out the following duties on the sidelines of duties entrusted by the board of directors from time to time.
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 3: omitted
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 7: omitted
Sub clause 14.1 (BA) 9: omitted
Sub clause 14.1 (MA):
The words "under the supervision of CEO" will be replaced by "Chairman Finance Committee".
Sub clause 14.1 (ZA):
The section is to be deleted since it is mentioned in the responsibilities of the chief operating officer.
But what is written in Sub Clause 14.1 (BA) section 4 is: He (chief operating officer) will sign agreement papers and jointly sign cheques for Bangladesh Cricket Board according to the decision of the board of directors

_Rafi_
October 24, 2010, 01:28 PM
Lotus Kamal's power in vain...what a loser!

WarWolf
October 24, 2010, 01:49 PM
This Arefin and co and making sure that they can continue their observation trips to abroad (30 lack taka was the cost last time). CEO may create problem for them but not COO.

Eshen
October 24, 2010, 03:44 PM
Lotus apparently does not care how dysfunctional BCB becomes (he even gave example PCB that can be followed!) as long he retains his own dominance over the board.

BCB chief vows to retain his power

Bangladesh Cricket Board president AHM Mustafa Kamal on Sunday vowed that no one will be given a chance to reduce his power by a constitutional amendment, scheduled to be approved next month.

The BCB decided to hold an extra-ordinary general meeting on November 30, which will approve the amended constitution.

A constitution committee, headed by BCB director Dewan Shafiul Arefin, has already prepared some proposals for amending the BCB constitution and they were placed before the councillors at the annual general meeting held on Sunday.

As per sub-clause 14.2, the BCB president has the power to form a five-member advisory committee if he feels it necessary, but in a proposed amendment the president will be stripped of that power.

In another sub-clause, the BCB president has the power to give a ruling on any issues and all he needs is just to inform the ruling to the board of directors but according to another proposed amendment, the BCB president has to take approval from the Board about any of his ruling.

Asked about the amendments at the post-AGM press conference, Kamal reacted sharply and said he has been nominated by the government and thus nobody can strip him of any power.

‘No one can do it, I will be even more powerful,’ Kamal told the press conference.

Tutul, the head of constitution committee, who also attended the press conference, refused to make any comment on the issue.

‘Since the president has already made a statement on the issue, I think I should not say anything. Everything will be finalised on November 30,’ said Tutul, a BCB director, who is also the sports secretary of the ruling party, Bangladesh Awami League.

Tutul, however, explained the other proposed amendments and said they all are necessary for smooth functioning of the BCB.

A total of 139 BCB councillors out of 168 attended the AGM. The meeting approved the budget of the last three financial years and discussed some run-of-the-mill issues after observing a minute’s silence for the sports personalities, who died since the last AGM.

http://www.newagebd.com/2010/oct/25/spt.html

jisaan
July 5, 2011, 01:43 PM
he is part of those 'chaatar dol'...
comes in the scene whenever AL is in the power and ensures 'chataputi' of bcb funds

tiger_2007
July 16, 2011, 06:00 PM
The Bangladesh Cricket Board has finally decided to rein in the controversial technical evaluation committee, curtailing its power of meddling in the selection matters.
The decision was taken at the marathon executive committee meeting in Sylhet, which started in the evening continued up to 3:45am.
The so-called technical committee has already earned a bad name for their interference in the selection of the national team which left the three-member selection committee heavily embarrassed.
Chief selector Akram Khan recently voiced his concern and said he would request the BCB to free them from the influence of the controversial committee.
The BCB took note of his comments – and despite a strong resistance from an influential director, often accused of abusing his power – reduced the authority of the technical committee.
‘The selectors will not need to discuss about the team with the technical committee before they submit it to the president,’ said a director.
‘They have been entrusted with the job and they will do it independently. No one would be able to interfere,’ he said.
The BCB also accepted the request of the selectors to send one of them to Zimbabwe with the team. Previously it was decided that only eight members including the coach and support staff will accompany the team in Zimbabwe.
Selectors were not among these eight people, who will get the hospitality of the Zimbabwean board. The BCB decided that it will bear the travel expenses of a selector and the selectors themselves will nominate him.
A lot of other issues were discussed at the meeting, full of chaos which at times seemed to turn into a scuffle. The meeting failed to approve the committee for the proposed Bangladesh Premier League despite president AHM Mustafa Kamal had his full support for it.
It all turned from bad to worse when BCB director Dewan Shafiul Arefin demanded the resignation of Gazi Ashraf Hossain as the head of GP-BCB Academy, said the meeting sources.
Ashraf, who recently provided the academy a new lease of life with a few crucial appointments including head coach Ross Turner, bowling coach Geoff Lawson and batting coach Alan Campbell, however, was hailed by many other directors for his effort.
The meeting approved the constitutional amendments for formation of regional bodies and election for the post of BCB president. The amendments, however, need to be approved by the councillors in an AGM.
The meeting nominated director Shafiqur Rahman Munna as head of delegation and approved the appointment of head coach Stuart Law and his support staff.
It also approved the promotion of Nizmam Uddin Chowdhury from deputy general manager to general manager.
The meeting decided to form an anti-corruption unit for the domestic cricket and send delegates to India, England and Australia to discuss bilateral cricket series within the next FTP cycle.
It was also decided to bring ‘A’ team players under the board’s salary structure.

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tiger_2007
July 16, 2011, 06:04 PM
SELECTION OUT OF TECHNICAL COMMITTEE'S HAND
The board has decided that the technical committee (referring to TUTUL mastan) will not be involved in the team selection process to avoid recent controversy. The alleged interference of the team selection created a chaos in team selection in recent times and recently chief selector Akram Khan also voiced his concern over the involvement of the technical committee in the selection procedure.

DISAGREEMENT ON THE BPL COMMITTEE
It was learned that there had been a heated discussion over the formation of the committee to arrange the proposed BPL.BCB vice-president Ahmed Sajjadul Alam has been given the responsibility to run the show and accordingly he formed a committee which got the nod from the BCB president AHM Mustafa Kamal. But an influential director raised his voice against the committee and ultimately the board didn't approve it. (referring to TUTUL mastan)

MATCH FEE FOR THE “A” TEAM PLAYERS
The board has decided that “A” team players will be brought under the board's salary structure. Sources said that an influential director (referring to TUTUL mastan)questioned the salary structure for the A team players and he found no reason to give the players a handsome amount. Many were surprised by his unprofessional attitude regarding the issue. Besides, BCB will form an anti-corruption unit for domestic cricket as per ICC guideline while they will send delegations to India, England and Australia to discuss bilateral cricket series within the next FTP cycle. Finally, it was also decided that the GP-BCB National Academy will tour South Africa from August 3 to August 22.


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AhmedN
July 16, 2011, 08:44 PM
Crooks beget crooks.

lamisa
July 17, 2011, 09:00 AM
ei lokta jahanname jeye more na keno!!!

rabita
August 14, 2011, 10:30 AM
I am very glad to see your thought for Mr. Dewan Shafiul Arefin. I am a big fan of him and I am happy because somehow you really do keep information about him. Mind blowing that this person got so attention.

Thank you very much
Rabita




This mastan (an Awami outlaw) is holding the position to grab all financial activities from the CEO of BCB. If the CEO becomes COO, this mastan will have more authority to digest all money set aside for the development of cricket in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comhttp://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/ /><st1:country-region w:st=<st1:place w:st="on">Bangladesh</st1:place></st1:country-region>. This idiot (known as Tutul) used to be an ex-footballer played for Abahoni along with Salahuddin in '70-'80.
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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president AHM Mustafa Kamal is all set to feel the pulse of his councillors about his stubborn stance of upholding professionalism when he attends the first annual general meeting (AGM) of his one-year tenure at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel today.
There are some run-of-the-mill issues on the agenda, which will be placed before the councillors for their approval, but the TK. 57-lakh AGM might in all probabilities heat up over a couple of burning issues like the failure of holding the EGM (extraordinary general meeting) before the AGM and a proposal for amendment in the board's constitution curbing the authority of its chief executive office.
The board directors are already divided into two groups over the amendment to the constitution with the board president publicly saying that he would stand against any move to make the CEO into a glorified COO (chief operating officer) in the draft of the amendment, prepared by his apparent rival and constitution committee chief Dewan Shafiul Arefin.
Kamal, who has recently appointed a CEO defying opposition from some directors ever since he took the hot seat in September 2009, now faces tougher battle to convince his councillors how important a CEO is for the betterment of Bangladesh cricket.
Meanwhile, the amendment proposed in the draft constitution is to replace 'chief executive officer' (CEO) with chief operating officer (COO) curbing his authority over the chief finance officer, who according to the amendment, will be accountable to the Finance Committee chief instead of the CEO.
The amendment, likely to be placed on the November 30 EGM, if approved, will slash the executive power of the CEO.
However, many have not found any reason behind the changes as they believe only a chief executive officer with an authority given to him in the existing constitution can only ensure the transparency in the board activities.

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