Asking national defender Nasiruddin Chowdhury to resolve his dispute with Dhaka Abahani Limited within 72 hours, a Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) committee on Wednesday warned that he will face ban in case of failure.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the BFF players’ status committee at the federation office in Motijheel with its chairman Akhter Hossain Khan in the chair.
The committee decided to ban Nasir for one year from playing football at any level under the BFF if he fails to make an amicable settlement with Abahani Limited.
It asked him to return all the money he received from Abahani for playing the club, which he failed and joined another club, within seven days or face a ban for one more year.
Two other national players Mohammad Ibrahim and Anisur Rahman Zico, who played a match without prior approval of their mother club Saif SC, were also advised to negotiate the matter with the club within the next three days or face fine.
Besides, Sheikh Russel KC, Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad KC and Chattogram Abahani Ltd were instructed to clear arrears of their players within seven days and in case of failure, three points will be deducted from the ensuing Bangladesh Premier League alongside facing fine.unb