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Mohun Bagan vs East Bengal: Kolkata Derby Preview, Lineups, Federation Cup 2017
Mohun Bagan vs East Bengal: Kolkata Derby Preview, Lineups, Federation Cup 2017
The Federation Cup semis have a derby flavour to them.
ISL 2016 - FC Goa 1-2 Kerala Blasters FC: 5 Talking Points
ISL 2016 - FC Goa 1-2 Kerala Blasters FC: 5 Talking Points
Kervens Belfort was on fire against FC Goa, scoring a brilliant winning goal for the visitors. A look at the talking points of the game.
ISL 2016: NorthEast United vs FC Goa - Predicted XI
ISL 2016: NorthEast United vs FC Goa - Predicted XI
Ahead of NorthEast United's second match against FC Goa, here's the predicted line up of both the teams coupled with team news.
ISL 2016: FC Goa coach Zico positive despite an injury crisis
ISL 2016: FC Goa coach Zico positive despite an injury crisis
Speaking ahead of their first match, FC Goa coach Zico spoke in length about his team, injury concerns and the tournament.
Delhi Dynamos rope in Mumbai FC goalkeepers Sanjiban Ghosh and Ishan Debnath
Delhi Dynamos rope in Mumbai FC goalkeepers Sanjiban Ghosh and Ishan Debnath
Delhi Dynamos have been facing an injury crisis, when it comes to goalkeepers.
I-League: Confident Royal Wahingdoh defeat vulnerable East Bengal 1-0
I-League: Confident Royal Wahingdoh defeat vulnerable East Bengal 1-0
Royal Wahingdoh moved up to second position in the I-League table with the 1-0 win
5 Indian players who will make it big in the ISL
5 Indian players who will make it big in the ISL
The ISL is underway and fans have already seen a few matches played. Some have started raising eyebrows at the veritable admixture of foreign and Indi ...
ISL: Atletico de Kolkata 3-0 Mumbai City FC - 5 talking points
ISL: Atletico de Kolkata 3-0 Mumbai City FC - 5 talking points
Kolkata’s players celebrate the third and final goal After much waiting and putting up with Priyanka Chopra’s annoying histrionics in ...
Clifford Miranda: It's all about taking responsibilities
Clifford Miranda: It's all about taking responsibilities
The last time India played Nepal in the 2013 SAFF Championship in Kathmandu, he watched from his residence in Goa. An untimely injury in the Preparatory Camp in Bangalore prior to the Championship had ruled Clifford Miranda out.The curly haired winger shakes his head. "It was frustrating," he opines. "But this time I'm available for selection.""We are taking the Nepal match very seriously. Every match is important. We never underestimate any opponent," Miranda adds and say, "Nepal's display in SAFF Championship showed how strong they are."Even as everyone in Siliguri prefers to talk about India's 'inexperienced' defence, Central Defender Arnab Mondal isn't willing to buy the logic. "Philippines were such a strong Team. Most of their Players play in Europe which includes Bundesliga Club Eintracht Frankfurt defender Stephan Schrock," he quips."It's true that the back-four played together for the first time. But never did we go out of shape and all throughout, we backed each other," he states. "Nepal know us as much we know them. It will be an interesting battle. Off-course we will play to win but every Team has the same aim when they take the Field.""There's no denying that there's an added confidence in the Team especially after our display against Philippines. We should have won it but that’s Football," he argues.Goalkeeper Subhasish Roychowdhury complements Arnab. "Aiborlang Khongjee and Arnab (Mondal) did a splendid job as did Gurjinder (Kumar) and Denzil (Franco). Raju (Gaikwad) was also so composed as and when he came on as a substitute," he echoes."There was such a huge turnout when India played Philippines. We expect a full-house against Nepal," he quipped.Aiborlang Khongjee, the 475th Player to have played for India informs, "Arnab and myself talk to each other a lot. It helps and it did against Philippines." Arnab nods."The entire contingent is working hard and planning for our next outcome. The Coach is just working tirelessly," Clifford informs.Clifford, however, refused to divulge any strategy for the Match. 2We will stick to the instructions. Surely an early goal will give us an advantage. But it's also the other way round. A confident Nepal will also be planning for us.""The present National team setup is all about taking responsibilities. Everyone is old enough to understand what his responsibility is. As long as we execute it, results will come out way."(Report & Photo courtesy AIFF Media)http://arunfoot.blogspot.com/
5 Talking Points: India 2 - 4 Palestine
5 Talking Points: India 2 - 4 Palestine
"Team atmosphere has changed a lot" - Sandip Nandy Interview
"Team atmosphere has changed a lot" - Sandip Nandy Interview
Arrows ready for Dempo challenge
Arrows ready for Dempo challenge
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