Kazi Salahuddin

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Kazi Salahuddin () (born 23 September 1953) is a Bangladeshi former football player. He was a member of the Swadhin Bangla Football Dal, the team which played across India to raise funds during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. Salahuddin is the first player from the country to play in the professional league in Hong Kong and considered to be one of Bangladesh's most famous football players. He is also the most capped player and top scorer for Bangladesh national team.

Early life

Salahuddin was born in an upper class family on 23 September 1954 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Salahuddin enrolled in BAF Shaheen College and became involved in athletics there. While Salahuddin was in seventh grade he was selected for his school football team and was the youngest member of his team. In 1968, Salahuddin started playing cricket for Azad Boys in the Premier division cricket league. Later that year, he joined the second <!-- I assume this is football and not cricket --> division football club, Dilkusha Club, at the request of his sports teacher. Following a troublesome period, Dilkusha Club won the championship that season and were promoted to the premiership. The next year, Salahuddin left the Dilkusha Club to join Wari Club, which was a renowned club during that period. In 1970, he joined Mohammedan Sporting Club, the leading club of East Pakistan. Mohamedan was the main rival of Abahani, the club that he spent most of his career.<ref...
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