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FAFCO appoints Imranur Rahman as Director

Renowned corporate footballer and corporate football organizer from Bangladesh Imranur Rahman, Managing Director of Laila Group and Director of BGMEA, has been appointed as the Director General of the Asian Federation of Corporate Football (FAFCO).

FAFCO appoints Imranur Rahman as Director
Figure: Imranur Rahman, Managing Director of Laila Group and Director of BGMEA.

“This is a very proud moment for me and my country. The new appointment has surely added to my pride and pleasure, it also inspires me to continue to work for further development and promotion of football in Bangladesh,” said Imranur Rahman, former Vice-President for Strategy at FIFCO.

“Asia represents the fastest growth region in the world for football and for corporate football in particular, I am delighted to accept this challenge,” said Imranur Rahman who is also the captain of football team ‘BANDO DESIGN’.

FAFCO is the Asian department of the International Federation of Corporate Football (FIFCO), the world governing body of corporate football and headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

With over 2.5 million players working for more than 150,000 companies located in over 65 countries, FIFCO is the only voice of World Corporate Football and official organizer of the World Corporate Champions Cup.

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