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  #626  
Old December 29, 2015, 08:26 PM
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The Maldives??!! Crikey.....

IMO FIFA should get together and create a Shield Cup or something.

Basically give teams like San Marino,Gibraltar,Bangladesh,Pakistan etc etc teams who realistically will never ever make it to a WC (barring massive overhauls) or win much silverware a competition to aim for. Take the bottom 32 ranked teams in FIFA rankings after a certain cut off point and have them play this Cup in the Official WC host nation however host it 2-3 weeks before the WC proper. The infrastructure will already be there, the host nation can use the event as a trial for the WC proper and the "minnows" will get some exposure and a chance to create some magical moments on a world stage Broadcast the games (the audience for some teams like Bangladesh could actually be quite large ?? ) and voila, you have a tournament.
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Today being reported, footballers were more worried about their upcoming transfers/contracts than the SAFF competition.

Same report says Bangladeshi footballers are amongst the highest paid in the region. Some pictures were on FB showing footballers practicing in the gym barefoot and with rubber slippers.

While we always point fingers at the BFF, i guess these players are also playing a part. Very greedy, unprofessional.
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Old February 4, 2016, 03:50 AM
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সাফ–ব্যর্থতার তদন্ত প্রতিবেদন
ভরাডুবির মূলে শৃঙ্খলাভঙ্গ

‘দলে শৃঙ্খলা বলে কিছু ছিল না। অনেক ফুটবলার দেদার মদ্যপান করেছে। অস্ট্রেলিয়া থেকে আসার সময় প্রচুর মদ কিনেছে খেলোয়াড়েরা। কেরালা গিয়েও মদে ডুবে ছিল অনেক খেলোয়াড়।’
জামালসহ আরও কয়েকজন খেলোয়াড়ের বিরুদ্ধে কোনো অভিযোগ পায়নি কমিটি। আসলাম বলেছেন, ‘সাফের গ্রুপ থেকেই বিদায় বা বঙ্গবন্ধু কাপের সেমিফাইনাল, ফলাফল এমনি খারাপ হয়নি। রাতে মদ পান করলে পরদিন খেলোয়াড়ের পেশি এমনিতেই কাজ করবে না। বেশির ভাগ খেলোয়াড়ের অনিয়ন্ত্রিত জীবন সীমা ছাড়িয়ে গিয়েছিল। ওরা ধূমপানও করত নিয়মিত। এদের সংখ্যা দলে ৬০-৭০ ভাগ।’

http://www.prothom-alo.com/sports/ar...A7%8D%E0%A6%97

Our national team footballers are a bunch of drunkards and smokers barring a few. And the chapabaj Salahuddin says we will play FIFA WC in 2022. LOL.
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সাফ–ব্যর্থতার তদন্ত প্রতিবেদন
ভরাডুবির মূলে শৃঙ্খলাভঙ্গ

‘দলে শৃঙ্খলা বলে কিছু ছিল না। অনেক ফুটবলার দেদার মদ্যপান করেছে। অস্ট্রেলিয়া থেকে আসার সময় প্রচুর মদ কিনেছে খেলোয়াড়েরা। কেরালা গিয়েও মদে ডুবে ছিল অনেক খেলোয়াড়।’
জামালসহ আরও কয়েকজন খেলোয়াড়ের বিরুদ্ধে কোনো অভিযোগ পায়নি কমিটি। আসলাম বলেছেন, ‘সাফের গ্রুপ থেকেই বিদায় বা বঙ্গবন্ধু কাপের সেমিফাইনাল, ফলাফল এমনি খারাপ হয়নি। রাতে মদ পান করলে পরদিন খেলোয়াড়ের পেশি এমনিতেই কাজ করবে না। বেশির ভাগ খেলোয়াড়ের অনিয়ন্ত্রিত জীবন সীমা ছাড়িয়ে গিয়েছিল। ওরা ধূমপানও করত নিয়মিত। এদের সংখ্যা দলে ৬০-৭০ ভাগ।’

http://www.prothom-alo.com/sports/ar...A7%8D%E0%A6%97

Our national team footballers are a bunch of drunkards and smokers barring a few. And the chapabaj Salahuddin says we will play FIFA WC in 2022. LOL.
Lack of discipline, education, dedication and love for the country.
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Old February 29, 2016, 10:40 AM
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I think our footballers are getting a lot of hate. But I very much doubt that our footballers are highest paid in the region, India and Maldives have more expensive domestic leagues, so I think that they are better paid than Bangladeshi players.

Even our A-team/ U19 cricket players most likely earn a lot more money in comparison to our footballers. During the golden age of football in Bangladesh (80s, 90s), the once popular Dhaka derby match between Abahani and Mohammedan was the most talked about event of the year. The last Dhaka derby in 2015 was attended by less than a 100 people. And all the other league games are played in an empty Bangabandhu stadium, despite being free entry. Our national team has had trouble recently trying to pull in sponsors, let alone our domestic clubs. So where do these clubs exactly get their revenue from?

Heck, BFF can't even afford to pay our national team coaches. There hasn't been a single coach who haven't already complained to FIFA about BFF for not getting their wage.

With the rapid rise of the popularity of cricket, I can only predict that the state of our football team would worsen even further. Every kid in BKSP would want to become cricketers even if they are more talented in football. Our cricket team are likely to win a Cricket World Cup in the next two decades. There is a lot of fame and money in cricket, and nothing but shame and absolute humiliation in football, both on and off the field.

There is no way to save our football team. It is dead and buried. The team has been reduced to a shadow of its former self.
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পেশাদারি কাঠামোয় দেশের ফুটবল সাজাতে চান বাফুফে সভাপতি কাজী সালাউদ্দিন। এই প্রথম তাই একজন বিদেশি টেকনিক্যাল ডিরেক্টর (টিডি) নিয়োগ দেওয়া হচ্ছে। যাঁর নাম পল স্মলি। কী হবে তাঁর দায়িত্ব? এসব নিয়েই কাল বাফুফে ভবনে কথা বললেন এই ব্রিটিশ টিডি

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* সারা পৃথিবীতেই খেলোয়াড় তুলে আনে ক্লাব। বাংলাদেশে ক্লাব এটা করে না। তাহলে ফেডারেশনের পক্ষে আসলে কতটা করা সম্ভব?
স্মলি: এটা গুরুত্বপূর্ণ প্রশ্ন। আমিও চাই ক্লাব এগিয়ে আসুক। তাদের অনেক কিছু করার আছে। এ নিয়ে ক্লাবের সঙ্গে আমি ও বাংলাদেশ দলের কোচ টম সেন্টফিট বসব, আলোচনা করব।
* সারা পৃথিবীতে ৪-৫ বছর বয়স থেকেই শিশুদের ফুটবল-শিক্ষা শুরু হয়। বাংলাদেশে ঠিক কত বছর থেকে আপনি শুরু করতে চান?
স্মলি: ৪-৫ বছর বয়স থেকে শুরু করতে চাই। তবে এখানে সেটা সম্ভব কি না জানি না। খুব ছোট থেকে গড়ে না তুললে জাতীয় দলকে ভুগতে হয়। এবার বিশ্বকাপ বাছাইপর্বে বাংলাদেশ দলের বেশির ভাগ ম্যাচই আমি দেখেছি। এই দলের উন্নতি চাইলে কিছু নতুন খেলোয়াড় লাগবে। নিচ থেকে খেলোয়াড়দের ফুটবল-শিক্ষা জরুরি, কোচ-এডুকেশনও আবশ্যক।
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Bangladesh 3 - Iran 0
Bangladesh 5 - Singapore 0

Bangladesh ? - Kirghizstan ?
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Bangladesh 3 - Iran 0
Bangladesh 5 - Singapore 0

Bangladesh ? - Kirghizstan ?
And the answer is,

Bangladesh 10 - Kirghizstan 0
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Bangladesh - Maldives coming up.
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lost by 5-0
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This is the most important match for U16 W team.

Taiwan - Bangladesh

We need a win, a draw will not work as they already scored 20 goals whereas BD 18.

If it turns out to be a draw then BD have to beat UAE by a good margin.
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This was a friendly so I won't mind, also the coach rested 3/4 major players. Just beat Bhutan.
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Well done. Proud of you.

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এএফসি অনূর্ধ্ব-১৬ ফুটবলের বাছাইপর্বে চীনা তাইপেকেই মনে হচ্ছিল বাংলাদেশের মেয়েদের সামনে সবচেয়ে বড় বাধা। মেয়েদের ফুটবলে ফিফা রেঙ্কিং থেকে শুরু করে মাঠের পারফরম্যান্স-সব দিক থেকেই বাংলাদেশের চেয়ে এগিয়ে রাখতে হচ্ছিল তাদের। কিন্তু আগের তিনটি ম্যাচে ইরান, সিঙ্গাপুর ও কিরগিজস্তানের বিপক্ষে বড় জয়ে উজ্জীবিত বাংলাদেশের মেয়েরা আজ সেই বাধা উড়িয়ে দিয়েছে এক ফুৎকারেই। চীনা তাইপেকে ৪-২ গোলে হারিয়ে অাগামী বছর অনুষ্ঠেয় এএফসি অনূর্ধ্ব-১৬ ফুটবলের চূড়ান্ত পর্বেও উঠে গেছে বাংলাদেশ। দুই দলেরই একটি করে ম্যাচ বাকি, তবে শেষ ম্যাচের ফলে এখন আর কিছু আসে যাচ্ছে না। পয়েন্ট সমান হলে দেখা হবে মুখোমুখি লড়াইয়ের ফল। তাতে বাংলাদেশ তো এগিয়েই আছে।
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@BAFF Invest on them instead of spending tons of money after washed up players from national men team .
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Well done. Proud of you.
@BAFF Invest on them instead of spending tons of money after washed up players from national men team .
This is huge achievement from our girls team! We have qualified as one of the top 8 teams in Asia in AFC U-16 Women's championship. So next year our girls would be facing the likes of Japan, South Korea and Australia- all of them being Women's World Cup playing nations. http://www.thedailystar.net/sports/f...e-ages-1280122

And meanwhile our mens team were trashed 5-0 by Maldives! An island nation with the population of 300,000. Let that sink in. That would be the equivalent to losing a cricket match to Mexican national cricket team by 150+ runs, and then hoping to play the 2023 cricket world cup -the famous "Vision 2022" initiative by BFF where we hoped to qualify for the Qatar WC.

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This is huge achievement from our girls team! We have qualified as one of the top 8 teams in Asia in AFC U-16 Women's championship. So next year our girls would be facing the likes of Japan, South Korea and Australia- all of them being Women's World Cup playing nations. http://www.thedailystar.net/sports/f...e-ages-1280122

And meanwhile our mens team were trashed 5-0 by Maldives! An island nation with the population of 300,000. Let that sink in. That would be the equivalent to losing a cricket match to Mexican national cricket team by 150+ runs, and then hoping to play the 2023 cricket world cup -the famous "Vision 2022" initiative by BFF where we hoped to qualify for the Qatar WC.

Money is nothing in front of passion for the sport.
Agreed and our players from men team doesn't have any. Its all down to the mentality of the players. Can't blame football federation for that. Nothing will be achieved from this generation of players. BFF should think long hard and set up their priorities correctly. Invest more on the age level football (boy and girls) along with this batch of girl football team. I would be disappointed if they don't get enough support at-least for the next one year (until the start of AFC U-16 Women's championship).

btw, our men team coach should take some notes from coach rabbani
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Some good points mentioned here

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কালের কণ্ঠ স্পোর্টস : মালদ্বীপের বিপক্ষে এই ভরাডুবি কি আমাদের ফুটবল শেষের চূড়ান্ত বার্তা দিয়ে দিল?

জুয়েল রানা : এমন হারের পর তো আর বলার কিছু থাকে না। বেশ কিছুদিন ধরেই ব্যর্থতার আবর্তে আমাদের ফুটবল। এখন শুধু এই বাস্তবতাটা মেনে নিতে হবে যে আমাদের ফুটবল শেষ হয়ে গেছে। সব কিছু নতুন করে শুরু করতে হবে। নতুন ফুটবলার তৈরি করতে হবে।

প্রশ্ন : এই ফুটবলারদের দিয়ে তাহলে আর হবে না!

জুয়েল : এই ফুটবলাররা বুঝে গেছে, তাদের ছাড়া চলবে না। তারা পুরো ফুটবলকে জিম্মি করে ফেলেছে। জাতীয় দল এবং ক্লাবগুলোও অসহায় তাদের কাছে। বেঞ্চের ফুটবলারও ২০ লাখ টাকা নিয়ে বসে থাকে! অথচ নিজেদের পারফরম্যান্সের দিকে ন্যূনতম কোনো খেয়াল নেই।
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Old September 5, 2016, 02:32 AM
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Congrats to the girls team. But I do hope this is not yet another case of playing over aged players like we did in the past. Best of luck.

On the other hand, our men's team is continuing to reach newer lows every game. When Salahuddin got elected for the second time, the local media acted like it was the second coming of the messiah. Turns out he was just another lying politician (as if we didn't learn it during his first term) and manipulated media for his own benefit.
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Old September 5, 2016, 02:36 AM
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I completely agree with the above. I also think the board members/ management need to change, as BFF has just failed to deliver us with any good result for over half a decade now, and instead each year we are stepping into our newest lows in terms of the quality of our game. A 5-0 loss to Maldives is simply unacceptable. That's a complete thrashing in football, and I bet that even my local Sunday league football team wouldn't lose 5-0 to Maldives. Shame...

On to some other news our U16 womens team has just beat UAE 4-0!! They could be the Leicester City of Asia. Now that they have decisively qualified in the top 8 of Asia along with the likes of Australia and Japan.

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The results for our Women's U-16 team in order to qualify for the AFC Womens U-16 Cup Final round is simply amazing:

Bangladesh 3-0 Iran
Bangladesh 5-0 Singapore
Bangladesh 10-0 Kyrgyzstan
Bangladesh 4-2 Chinese Taipei
Bangladesh 4-0 UAE
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Some good initiatives
http://newagebd.net/251740/bff-plans-big-u-16-girls/

Report of before the meeting which finalised everything

http://newagebd.net/251559/bff-teach...s-famed-girls/
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More news on them

http://www.prothom-alo.com/sports/ar...A6%AF%E0%A6%BE
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When ever I see this thread bumped, I have this gut twisting feeling, "kar kasy abar koi goal khailam?"

Ei under -16 team tho "gothia" cup khelbey na tho? Serious question!!!
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