PV Sports Desk : Kazi Mohammad Salahuddin has retained the top job of Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) after being elected for a fourth successive term in a row.
According to an unofficial announcement of BFF secretariat, the former celebrated footballer has secured 94 votes while his nearest rival Badal Roy, who withdrew himself from the contest, got 40 votes. Another president candidate Shafiqul Islam Manik bagged only one vote.
The elective congress was held at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the city today.
Abdus Salam Murshedy, the Salahuddin led Combined panel, was elected again as senior vice president as he got 91 vote while his only rival Sheikh Mohammad Aslam secured 44 vote.
To implement the 36-point manifesto, Salahuddin will be assisted by Imrul Hasan (89 votes), Kazi Nabil Ahmed MP (81 votes), Ataur Rahman Bhuiyan Manik (75 votes), who were elected as vice presidents from combined panel in BFF’s Electoral Congress.
The fourth vice president produced a tie between Mohiuddin Ahmed Mohi and Tabith Awal as they got 65 votes each. The re-polls will be held in this post on October 31 at BFF Bhaban.