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Mohammedan keep the Cup

Posted on 21 October 2009 by FootballFan

Mohammedan keep the Cup

Mohammedan keep the Cup

Mohammedan Sporting Club retained the Federation Cup title after defeating bitter rivals Abahani 4-1 in tiebreaker in a pulsating final at the near-packed Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday. Continue Reading

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Ashgabat fell SL Army in AFC Presidents Cup

Posted on 14 May 2009 by FootballFan

Ashgabat fell SL Army in AFC Presidents Cup

Ashgabat fell SL Army in AFC Presidents Cup

Ashgabat Football Club overpowered Sri Lanka Army 5-1 in their AFC President’s Cup Group B qualifiers at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

The victors were vastly superior to the Lankan army in physique, technique, stamina and proficiency as validated later by Lankan head coach, Shanmugam Pathmanathan. Continue Reading

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AFC President’s Cup – Abahani make good start beating Sri Lanka Army in opener

Posted on 12 May 2009 by FootballFan

AFC President's Cup - Abahani make good start beating Sri Lanka Army in opener

AFC President's Cup - Abahani make good start beating Sri Lanka Army in opener

Abahani Limited made a good start in the AFC President’s Cup qualifier beating Sri Lanka Army team by 2-1 goals at the floodlit Bangabandhu National Stadium here on Tuesday. Continue Reading

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AFC President’s Cup from Tuesday

Posted on 07 May 2009 by FootballFan

Sri Lanka Army team arrived in Dhaka on Saturday to play the Group B matches of the AFC President’s Cup starting on Tuesday at the Bangabandhu National Stadium. Turkmenistan’s Ashgabat FC and B League champions Dhaka Abahani are the other two teams of the group.
Eleven teams split into three groups are competing in the AFC President’s Cup, a tournament involving clubs from the lower ranking Asian countries. The three group champions and the best runners-up team will be qualify for the semi-finals. Continue Reading

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Nine nations confirmed for international football meet

Posted on 03 May 2009 by FootballFan

Bangladesh Football Federation president Kazi Salahuddin returned to the capital yesterday with good news for the country’s football loving public as nine countries are set to participate in an international tournament in Dhaka on November this year. Continue Reading

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How Bangladesh qualified for AFC Challenge Cup final round

Posted on 30 April 2009 by FootballFan

Bangladesh Football National Team

Bangladesh Football National Team

Bangladesh defeated Macau 3-0 on Sunday and qualified for the AFC Challenge Cup final round as the best runners-up of the four groups. Bangladesh are level with Maldives on three points but they advanced to the final round having a better goal difference. Bangladesh join India, DPR Korea, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar in the final round. The final round will be played either in February 2010 or May 2010. Continue Reading

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AFC Challenge Cup Bangladesh 2009 Group A Points Table

Posted on 30 April 2009 by FootballFan

AFC Challenge Cup Group A Points Table

Matches played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points
Myanmar 3-3-0-0-7-1-9
Bangladesh 3-2-0-1-5-2-6
Cambodia 3-1-0-2-2-3-3
Macau 3-0-0-3-1-9-0

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Bangladesh beat Macau to move in to next round of AFC CUP

Posted on 30 April 2009 by FootballFan

Bangladesh Football midfilder Zahid running for goal to beat Macau

Bangladesh Football midfilder Zahid running for goal to beat Macau

Bangladesh produced the kind of performance one would expect from a set of professionals against the amateurs of Macau in their final AFC Challenge Cup Group-A qualifying match at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

And after the final whistle it was a satisfying result indeed. A 3-0 win for Bangladesh’s Brazilian coach Dido and a passage into the final round of the championship next year as the best runners-up ahead of Maldives, who finished second from Group-B but lost the battle of goal difference against Bangladesh. Continue Reading

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Cambodia beat Macau

Posted on 28 April 2009 by FootballFan

Cambodia beat Macau by the odd goal in three in their second AFC Challenge Cup Group-A qualifying match at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

Cambodia’s victory in the battle of two lightweights lifted their image to some extent after their 1-0 defeat at the hands of the hosts Bangladesh on Monday. Continue Reading

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Super-sub made the difference for Myanmar

Posted on 28 April 2009 by FootballFan

Bangladesh midfielder Wali Faisal during their AFC Challenge Cup

Bangladesh midfielder Wali Faisal during their AFC Challenge Cup

Myanmar midfielder Pai Soe came off the bench to score a late brace to break Bangladesh hearts in their crucial AFC Challenge Cup qualifier at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

The super-sub produced two goals in the span of eight minutes as Myanmar cancelled out Enamul Haque’s early strike to secure a 2-1 victory over 10-man Bangladesh to brighten their chance of making the final-round berth as Group A champions. Continue Reading

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