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Old December 14, 2009, 02:31 PM
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Default Bangladesh's new Football coach: ZORAN DJORDJEVIC

Tuesday, December 15, 2009




ZORAN DJORDJEVIC
Now BFF has their own takla.



Serbian football coach Zoran Djordjevic left Dhaka yesterday morning with a positive impression of the popularity of the game in Bangladesh.
Djordjevic had been in preliminary talks with the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) over a coaching job but he said that nothing concrete or definitive had been discussed.
“We really haven't had a serious conversation yet. I am here to help and the challenge of coaching Bangladesh is something that every coach will be willing to take,” stated the 57-year old.
“There is a strong football culture in Bangladesh and the spectators are wonderful, “ he stated while speaking to The Daily Star over phone.
Djordjevic was until recently the coach of Indian league side Churchill Brothers where he led the un-fancied side to a shock I-League triumph.
Djordjevic believed that the SAFF Championship was a landmark tournament for Bangladesh and it could propel them into the international stage. But he said it was upsetting that Bangladesh did not manage to make it into the final.
“The team played without high motivation or spirit, against India, which is why they lost, “ he observed.
Ironically, four of his Churchill Brother's crew performed heroically for India in that match and in the whole tournament with goalkeeper Arindam Bhattacharja and free-kick specialist Robert Lathlamuana especially catching the eye.
“They are both very good players, and performed well for me [Churchill Brothers] in the I-League this season. They have a bright future,” said Djordjevic, who also became the first foreign coach to win the I-League.
Djordjevic also believed that with proper management, Bangladesh football could definitely improve a lot.
“If you have professional managers working for the benefit of the game, then football is bound to improve,” he said.
“Talented players from all over the country must believe that he can earn a spot in the national team. If you can manage everything properly, then development is a matter of time.”
BFF president Kazi Salahuddin confirmed that a deal was far from done.
“We are still holding talks. At the moment, we are looking for some further references from the places he [Djordjevic] has worked before.”
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Old December 14, 2009, 03:59 PM
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So he's only been interviewed? It's not confirmed yet.

Whoever gets selected, I hope they are given some freedom. The same old domination and ignorant interventions from the BFF bossess should be stopped.
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Old December 14, 2009, 04:03 PM
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So he's only been interviewed? It's not confirmed yet.

Whoever gets selected, I hope they are given some freedom. The same old domination and ignorant interventions from the BFF bossess should be stopped.
Ore chara nibay karey? Ore'i nibey. BD'r kisu korar nai. Funding ashey FIFA thekey.
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Old December 14, 2009, 04:30 PM
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everytime I read this kind of news in the past and replied "Great news, hope Bangladesh succeeds under the new guy" I have been made to look like a bekub.....

maybe keeping silent this time might bring us something different.....
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Old December 14, 2009, 04:58 PM
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Coach for players dea ki hoibo lagbo coach for management. when people like rupu and co got better knowledge then a brazilian then i have nothing to say. some times i think this was just done to make sure India-U23 team wins the cup...
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Old December 18, 2009, 01:22 PM
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Two taklas in Cricket and Futeball.
Congratulations! BD boys.
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Old December 18, 2009, 01:37 PM
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Is he anyway related to Dr. Evil?




Wondering how our senior players will react to his experiments.
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Old December 22, 2009, 04:04 PM
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Okay, people. I remember around 9-10 years back, a football tournament was held on in Bangladesh. We played 2 matches. Won 1-0 against Malayasia and drew 2-2 with Hungary. And I also remember Ghana participated in that one too. Anyone remember what exactly that event was?
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Okay, people. I remember around 9-10 years back, a football tournament was held on in Bangladesh. We played 2 matches. Won 1-0 against Malayasia and drew 2-2 with Hungary. And I also remember Ghana participated in that one too. Anyone remember what exactly that event was?
I'm guessing it was some sort of "Bangabandhu Cup Football Tournament" in previous Awami era ('96-'01). I have a feeling I watched 2 games at Dhaka Stadium. A 10th grade Brazil team also played in that cup.
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Old December 23, 2009, 10:43 AM
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Two taklas in Cricket and Futeball.
Congratulations! BD boys.

yhh looks like both the taklas will bring us some glory
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Old December 23, 2009, 11:07 AM
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Yes Pasha bhai that Brazil team was a joke. I still remember that chubby captain. Later we came to know it was a sort of fraud case. Other teams were also junior or lower division teams.

The field was also very bad. Super muddy field. It was a total flop show.
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Old December 23, 2009, 12:04 PM
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they can t get a better coach.. this guy doesnt look like an excellent coach to me.. has some mental problems
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Old December 23, 2009, 01:01 PM
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I remember that tournament too! Does anyone remember who won it though?
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Yes Pasha bhai that Brazil team was a joke. I still remember that chubby captain. Later we came to know it was a sort of fraud case. Other teams were also junior or lower division teams.

The field was also very bad. Super muddy field. It was a total flop show.

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Old December 31, 2009, 12:41 PM
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So he's only been interviewed? It's not confirmed yet...
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Ore chara nibay karey? Ore'i nibey. BD'r kisu korar nai. Funding ashey FIFA thekey.
It is confirmed now.

http://sport.bdnews24.com/newsDetail...tailsid=117407

http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/in...&editionID=897
Dec 31, 2009 he is appointed with the duty. His assistants will be Serbians as well.

Wish them all the best.
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Old December 31, 2009, 01:02 PM
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instead of Badal, Kanon briefed the journalists. something has changed in that famous national management committee.
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So when he would be sacked because he of non-selection of big name well connected lazy players?
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A short biography of Zoran Djordjevic
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Old January 6, 2010, 10:26 AM
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Salauddin when first came to the screen he said that he would not appoint any coach for two months. Guess what he did? Appoint Zoran for two months. Now you know what kind of power Badal Roy and others have in the system as well.
http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/in...&editionID=901
He has vision, I give him that. He has plans, I give him that. He don't have balls. How can he implement his plans?

Politics has ruined everything in our nation. No offense to the politicians but they are devils.
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Salauddin when first came to the screen he said that he would not appoint any coach for two months. Guess what he did? Appoint Zoran for two months. Now you know what kind of power Badal Roy and others have in the system as well.
http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/in...&editionID=901
He has vision, I give him that. He has plans, I give him that. He don't have balls. How can he implement his plans?

Politics has ruined everything in our nation. No offense to the politicians but they are devils.
100% agree. I thought salauddin is very close to pm. I guess badal f. Is closser. These guys r distroying football but they can't see it. Such a shame.

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BFF just kicked out Zoran Djordjevic and turned his 58th Birthday the dullest one!

Zoran Djordjevic asked for 7 crores to first deal which made BFF to look for someone else.
bye bye Zoran !!
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Old February 13, 2010, 11:40 AM
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Demand is too much..out of BFF's afford.
Thankr, Bye bye and Good luck to Zoran

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Zoran is a crazy b*****. I see no reason to think he made a big difference to Bangladesh team in 15 days. Dido was the one groomed all the young players that brought us gold in SAG. What BFF need to do is to track down Dido, send him an apology, and beg him to come back.
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Old February 13, 2010, 01:30 PM
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Kazi da, bring Goran back at any cost and then give him freedom,please.
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Old February 13, 2010, 01:31 PM
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hahaha. Lol, I knew this was gonna happn. Didnt imagine it would be that fast though

So whats next?? Whatmore for the football team??
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Fire Badal Roy, bring Dido back!
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