The councilors of the Annual General Meeting not only granted the financial report of the last three years but also finalized a Tk42 crores budget for the current fiscal year
Despite some discussions about the anomalies in financial transactions from various corners of the football arena, the financial reports of Bangladesh Football Federation were approved without much protest at their Annual General Meeting Saturday in Gazipur.
The councilors of the AGM not only granted the financial report of the last three years but also finalized a Tk42 crores budget for the current fiscal year.
BFF president Kazi Salahuddin expressed satisfaction as the AGM ended without much fuss, despite widespread allegations in the media from some of his colleagues.
“Our general meeting ended very peacefully. Our councilors approved everything. It is a football family. If we remain united, our football will go a long way,” said Salahuddin.
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Ruhul Amin Tarafder, a councilor of Chittagong Abahani Limited, who is supposed to challenge Salahuddin in the next BFF election, did not raise much protest.
However, Tarafder, the director of Saif Powertec Limited, said, they approved the reports for the sake of football’s welfare as they are looking forward to the future.
Abdus Salam Murshedy, the senior vice chairman and head of finance committee of BFF, admitted there were some minor problems in the report.
He thinks those occurred as the meeting was held after a gap of three years and he believes if the meeting was held annually these problems would have been abolished.