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BFF protocol officer Noman passes away

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UNB, Dhaka :
The protocol officer of Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) and former football referee Hamiduzzaman Noman passed away at the Holy Family Hospital in the capital Thursday around 4:30 pm, following a long struggle with diabetes and kidney problems.
He was 55.
He left behind two sons and a large number of admirers to mourn his death.
His namaaz-e-janaza was held at the BFF premises in Motijheel Thursday evening.
Meanwhile, BFF President Kazi M Salahuddin, EC members and officers and employees condoled the death of Noman and exressed their deep shock to his family members.

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