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Old August 3, 2008, 12:37 PM
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Default Citycell Federation Cup Football!!

After few weeks qualifying round- today the draw for the final round of the season's curtain-raising football tournament held at a local Dhaka hotel.

The sixteen teams split into four groups-

Group A – Muktijoddha Sangsad, Farashganj SC, Khulna Abahani and Dhaka Wanderers
Group B – Abahani Limited, Ctg Mohammedan, Ctg Abahani KC and Jatrabari KC
Group C – Sheikh Russel KC, Brothers Union, Victoria SC and BSKP
Group D – Dhaka Mohammedan, Arambagh KS, Rahmatganj MFS and Sunrise SC

Top two teams from each group will qualify for the quarterfinals.

Archrivals Abahani Limited and Mohammedan Sporting Club will not face each other unless they progress to the semifinals, with the old foes drawn into separate groups for the finals.

B. League champions Abahani take on Jatrabari KC in the inaugural match Wednesday (Aug 6) with BFF president Kazi Shalahuddin declaring the 16-team finals open.

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Old August 4, 2008, 01:01 AM
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good news for Bangladesh Football. Hope this type of tournament comes back live again.
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Old August 4, 2008, 07:52 AM
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good news for Bangladesh Football. Hope this type of tournament comes back live again.
mohiul - I was expecting your post in this lonely thread!! thanks

I'm hopefull with our football after KS (Kazi Salahuddin) became the President of BFF few months ago. IMO He is the only person who can take BD footbal beyond SAF level.

and yes, I'm looking forward to this fedaration cup, might go to few Abahani matches also!
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Citycell Fedaration Cup'08
Abahani face early heat
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Popular actor Sadia Islam Mou (2nd from R) announces the name of Muktijoddha Sangsad during the final round draw of the Citycell Federation Cup at a local hotel yesterday. Photo: STAR
Abahani has been placed in a slightly tough group when a draw for the final round of the Citycell Federation Cup was held at a local hotel yesterday.

The giants from Dhaka were included in group B along with two B. League teams Chittagong's Mohammedan and Abahani, while Jatrabari Krira Chakra is the other team.

Their traditional rivals Mohammedan were pitted in group D along with Arambagh Krira Sangha, Rahmatganj and Sunrise Sporting Club while the other Dhaka giants Brothers Union and Sheikh Russel were in group C with Victoria Sporting Club and BKSP.

Muktijoddha are in group A with Farashganj Sporting Club, Khulna Abahani and Dhaka Wanderers.

The final round of the season's curtain-raiser tournament will kick off on August 6 with Abahani taking on Jatrabari Krira Chakra in the opening game at the Bangabandhu National Stadium at 5pm. After the inaugural game there will be two matches everyday in the fixture.

A draw for the eleven B. League teams who got direct entries and five qualifiers, was held at a local hotel where top four teams of the inaugural B. League -- Abahani, Mohammedan, Muktijoddha and Russel -- were chosen to head the groups.

Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) didn't consider the last Federation Cup outcomes as it was held almost three years back where Brothers Union became champions and Muktijoddha were runners-up.

Top two teams from each group will qualify for the quarterfinals.

Famed television star Sadia Islam Mou and her celebrated actor husband Jahid Hasan were the main attractions in the ceremonial draw and they picked the tokens of the first two clubs, Muktijoddha and Abahani, to lead group A and B respectively.

Captain of Swadhin Bangla football team Zakaria Pintoo and star booter cum hockey player Pratap Sankar Hazra picked up the tokens for Sheikh Russel and Mohammedan to lead group C and D respectively.

Long serving national custodian Shahidur Rahman Shantu, Sultan Ahmed, Shahiduddin Ahmed Selim, Mosabbir Hossain, Kazi Jashimuddin Joshi, Elias Hossain, Mohammad Kaikobad, Bashir Ahmed, Kaiser Hamid, Abu Yousuf, Shafiqul Islam Manik and Ajmat Ali also drew the tokens of participating clubs.

"We have started to fulfill our commitment which we made before election that we want to take the game to the field," said BFF senior vice-president Salam Murshedi during the brief draw ceremony.

"We know that expectations are high on this committee led by Kazi Salahuddin and we are very focused on our job," added the former international.

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This will be Mohamedan's excuse when they will come second to Abahani.

"Fresh cement er jersey lagaia amader player stiff hoye gesilo thai amra Abahanir kase 5-0 goal e harsi"
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A groundstaff is seen giving touchline-marks at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday ahead of the final round of the Citycell Federation Cup Football Tournament that kicks off at the Big Bowl today. Photo: Banglarchokh.com
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why do they always write MSC for mohammadan but only Abahani for Abahani Krira Chokro? shouldn't it be AKC too?
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why do they always write MSC for mohammadan but only Abahani for Abahani Krira Chokro? shouldn't it be AKC too?
Abahani = Abahani Limited = former Abahani Krira Chokro
they did it 19 yrs ago

from WiKi- Abahani Club was made a limited company in 1989
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Abahani = Abahani Limited = former Abahani Krira Chokro
they did it 19 yrs ago

from WiKi- Abahani Club was made a limited company in 1989
So it should be ALTD
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3. Rubel Hossain: Corey J A bowled; BB McCullum caught; JDS Neesham caught
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Just came back from Abahani match (watched a football match @BNS after 8 years!!). They outplayed qualifying round champion Jatrabari KC by 4-0 in their opening Group B match. Ujjal missed a penalty in 5th minute but then he scored the lone goal at the last part of 1st half. In 2nd half Abahani played lot better and Emily scored the second goal at start of this half. Later foreign recruit (#12) scored twice and earned 3 valuable points in season opening match for Abahani.
Few thousand die hard Abahani fans watch this one sided match!! পয়সা উসুল!!
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Good start to the tournament.
Jatrabari ke pura barir dike jatra korae disi, shathe char ta goal.

Finally good to see some prospect of regualar football in Bangladesh.
Good job KS. But need to keep it up.
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Citycell Federation Cup'08
BKSP shock Russel

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DAVID TRIUMPHS OVER GOLIATH: Sheikh Russel's Moroccan recruit Youness (L) tussles for the ball with BKSP defender Russell during their Citycell Federation Cup match at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday. Photo: STAR


BKSP pulled off the season's first upset when they handed a 1-0 defeat to big-spending Sheikh Russel in the Citycell Federation Cup at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

Tawhidul Alam Sabuj was the hero of the match as his spectacular right-footer on the top of the box in the 29th minute stunned the star-studded Russel and saw the sports institute boys celebrate like champions after the match was over in front of a small crowd in the Big Bowl.


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they all look a bit too old to play football to me. is this a seniors tournament they are playing in or perhaps montypython's world cup?
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Tonight Dhaka Abahani Ltd. comfortably beat Chittagong Abahani : 4-1. Joy and Emily both scored two goals
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http://http://www.bangladesherkhela....1217941653.jpg
they all look a bit too old to play football to me. is this a seniors tournament they are playing in or perhaps montypython's world cup?
the person who is holding the #5 shirt is the Captain of Mohamedan (Jewel Rana) - yes, he is an old campaigner and this is his last season- others are official of MSC

who is montypython Puck bhai? google gave me this- link
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ফেডারেশন কাপে ৭ দিনের ছুটি

ঢাকা, আগস্ট ১১ (বিডিনিউজ টোয়েন্টিফোর ডটকম)---- ছেদ পড়েছে সিটিসেল ফেডারেশন কাপ ফুটবলে। বৃষ্টি, জাতীয় শোক দিবস ও শবেবরাত উপলক্ষে আগামী ১৭ আগস্ট পর্যন্ত বন্ধ থাকবে ফেডারেশন কাপের খেলা।

সোমবার বাফুফে সদস্য, বাইলজ কমিটির চেয়ারম্যান ফজলুর রহমান বাবুল জানিয়েছেন, "আগামী ১৭ আগস্ট পর্যন্ত খেলা বন্ধ রাখার সিদ্ধান্ত হয়েছে। মাঠের দিকটা বিবেচনা করে এবং শোকদিবস ও শবেবরাতের জন্য এই সিদ্ধান্ত নেওয়া হয়েছে।"

এতদিন নির্বিঘ্নে চলা ফেডারেশন কাপে প্রথম বাধা হয়ে দাঁড়িয়েছে বৃষ্টি, যে কারণে সোমবার নির্ধারিত দুটি ম্যাচের খেলা হয়নি। এর মধ্যে খেলা চালিয়ে নিলে বঙ্গবন্ধু জাতীয় স্টেডিয়াম পুরোপুরি খেলার অনুপযোগী হয়ে যাবে বলেই মনে করেন বাফুফে কর্তারা। তাই আবহাওয়ার উন্নতির জন্য অপেক্ষা এবং মাঠটিকে বিশ্রাম দিতে গিয়ে জাতীয় শোক দিবস ও শবেবরাতের সরকারি ছুটিকে হিসেবে নিয়ে একেবারে ৭ দিনের ছুটি দেওয়া হয়েছে ফেডারেশন কাপকে।

বঙ্গবন্ধু জাতীয় স্টেডিয়ামের ওপর চাপ কমাতে একটি বিকল্প মাঠও খোঁজা হচ্ছে। বাবুল বলেছেন, "আমরা গাজীপুর স্টেডিয়ামের কথা চিন্তা করছি। ৬/৭টি ম্যাচ সেখানে আয়োজন করা গেলে বঙ্গবন্ধু স্টেডিয়ামের ওপর চাপ অনেক কমে যায়। এ ব্যাপারে আগামীকাল (মঙ্গলবার) ক্লাবগুলোর সঙ্গে বসবো আমরা।"
এছাড়া ফেডারেশন কাপের কোয়ার্টার ফাইনাল শেষ হওয়ার পর আবারো লম্বা বিরতি থাকতে পারে। ওই সময় বি. লিগ শুরু করে দেওয়ার পরিকল্পনা করছে বাফুফে। সেক্ষেত্রে ঈদের পর ফেডারেশন কাপের সেমিফাইনাল ও ফাইনাল হতে পারে বলে জানা গেছে।
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Abahani beat S.Russel 2-0. They will play vs Farashganj in SF.
Mohammedan need to wait until tomorrow to get their opponent in SF (Ctg.Mohameddan vs BKSP).
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And some one from abahani had the fastest goal in the decade or something... in 50 sec... lol
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Abahani beat Farashganj in SF : 2-1
two Mohameddans are playing second SF tomorrow!
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so, it's a Abahani - Mohammedan Final at last. very competitive tournament so far.
hoping for a great show on Monday and Abahani wins! Go Abahani
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Any one know who won
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who else you think it should be.... Mohamedan!
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