April 14, 2021

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No one has the right to publish news against football federation: Salauddin

BFF’s allegations of embezzlement are not new. There are rumors that FIFA, the world football’s governing body, has cut off grants to the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) this year. The news that FIFA has stopped the grant is like a surprise. FIFA’s governing body, FIFA, has suspended BFF’s annual grant because it is not satisfied with the audit report. The federation receives 4.5 million dollars every year as a grant. 4 crore in Bangladeshi currency. FIFA also provides grants to spend on football development. However, in some sectors it has to be accounted for by FIFA. It is learned that FIFA has not been satisfied with the report but has closed it by letter.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Recently, the stadium became hot with such news. Three months have passed this year but no funds have been received. However, BFF Finance Committee Chairman Salam Murshedy said in a press conference that the allegations were baseless and fabricated.
This time the president of the football federation Kazi Salauddin opened his mouth about this. “It’s a different matter when the media presents news against me. But they have no right to publish news against the football federation. The football federation is neither yours nor mine. The football federation is the country’s. So to report against the football federation is to report against the country.”

He added, “If you have to do news, you come to me, listen to the incident and then present the news. The information should be given correctly because if you report against the football federation, Bangladesh’s reputation in the international arena is bad.”

Kazi Salauddin said this in a video message sent to the media. Meanwhile, Salam Murshedy, chairman of BFF’s finance committee, said BFF had received the grant money in January and a few days ago. If necessary, we can show proof. Many knew that the BFF Finance Committee would have a virtual meeting on the grant. So who or what spread the rumor has said that we have been virtually summoned to close the fund. I spoke with representatives from three FIFA departments. Satisfactory discussions have taken place. However, they have tied some guidelines. Where we have received testimonials from FIFA’s audit department, there are rumors of fund closures.
BFF’s allegations of embezzlement are not new. There are rumors that FIFA, the world football’s governing body, has cut off grants to the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) this year. The news that FIFA has stopped the grant is like a surprise. FIFA’s governing body, FIFA, has suspended BFF’s annual grant because it is not satisfied with the audit report.

The federation receives 4.5 million dollars every year as a grant. 4 crore in Bangladeshi currency. FIFA also provides grants to spend on football development. However, in some sectors it has to be accounted for by FIFA. It is learned that FIFA has not been satisfied with the report but has closed it by letter.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Recently, the stadium became hot with such news. Three months have passed this year but no funds have been received. However, BFF Finance Committee Chairman Salam Murshedy said in a press conference that the allegations were baseless and fabricated.
This time the president of the football federation Kazi Salauddin opened his mouth about this. “It’s a different matter when the media presents news against me. But they have no right to publish news against the football federation. The football federation is neither yours nor mine. The football federation is the country’s. So to report against the football federation is to report against the country.”

He added, “If you have to do news, you come to me, listen to the incident and then present the news. The information should be given correctly because if you report against the football federation, Bangladesh’s reputation in the international arena is bad.”

Kazi Salauddin said this in a video message sent to the media. Meanwhile, Salam Murshedy, chairman of BFF’s finance committee, said BFF had received the grant money in January and a few days ago. If necessary, we can show proof. Many knew that the BFF Finance Committee would have a virtual meeting on the grant. So who or what spread the rumor has said that we have been virtually summoned to close the fund. I spoke with representatives from three FIFA departments. Satisfactory discussions have taken place. However, they have tied some guidelines. Where we have received testimonials from FIFA’s audit department, there are rumors of fund closures.

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