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BFF boss lauds U-15 success

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The officials of Bangladesh Football Federation receiving the members of Bangladesh National Under-15 Women's Football team at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Monday night. Bangladesh National Under-15 Women's Football team became champion



Bangladesh Football Federation President Kazi Salahuddin paid lavish tributes to the winning U-15 girl's team on their success in winning the four nation Jockey Club International Youth Football Tournament held recently in Hongkong.
BFF boss was congratulating the team on their success of winning at the BFF House on Tuesday.
Salahuddin said the girls have just started their journey. " I congratulate you for winning the title in Hong Kong but you have to understand it is just the start of the journey, you are in the preliminary stage of your career that can grow bigger.
Talking about the their fitness Salahuddin said, , if you maintain your fitness and work hard you can bring further laurels for the country and also can earn a lot of money.
He added that BFF we will continue their support and hoped the eve booters too will continue on with success spree" said Salahuddin.
Coach Golam Rabbani Choton, the architect of the team, however remained humble as usual. "This team is full of talents, they deserved the trophy as the best team among the four, and it was the natural consequence, I feel they can reach a new height if groomed properly, I hope BFF will do what is necessary" said the long serving coach.

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