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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby winston » Thu Mar 27, 2008 5:58 am

i dont know how many of your actually noticed but the times of india finally wrote something (negative about indian football) as it is they have a very tiny column when it comes to writing something positive about indian football.... they covered the barretto story and all the scandals in indian football on one whole sheet of the times of india.. is that postive?

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby jaydeep » Wed Apr 02, 2008 1:48 pm

East Bengal will play Tottenham Hotspur in exhibition match at Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata ... East Bengal is asked AIFF to give permission of playing some good players from other clubs to give tough competition to English side ... If AIFF gives permission then team will play under name of 'East Bengal Invitational XI'.

First Tottenham Hotspur's agent approched Indian national side for the match but our national coach Bob Houghton declined offer stating our team would be preparing for SAFF Cup during that time.

Mohun Bagan playing against Bayern Munich on May 27 at same venue.

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Ambani in talks to buy out New Castle United

Postby Rajiv » Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:09 am

http://sports.indiatimes.com/Anil_Amban ... 321275.cms

sounds pleasent , but will it benift Indian football anyway ???
Mr Ambani will may be advised to spend his moolah and raise the standard of indian sports like hockey or even football in india.

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Re: Ambani in talks to buy out New Castle United

Postby jayakris » Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:26 am

Let him buy the team, and make money if he can ...  If a few Indian people also get a clue about top-notch clubs from all that, perhaps they could all use be useful in running some decent clubs in India 5 or 10 year down the line.   Perhaps a couple of Indian players also might get a chance at one of the lower level developmental teams in the Newcastle system.  This must be a business decision from Anil Ambani, and not to help Indian football etc.   Guys like him do not have time to help Indian sports, and perhaps his time is better spent on other things that help Indians while he makes some money for his company .. 

So, it is good news, but it does not have any big direct immediate impact on Indian sports, I think.

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby prasen9 » Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:34 pm

I do not know whether these guys are genuinely 14 and under, but, this is decent news.

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby Sandeep » Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:06 am

Mahindra United U-12 team finished 12th out of 40 clubs competing in Danone Nations Cup. This is a FIFA endorsed tournament and 12th finish is very good for our team.

The team:

Rahul Das (captain), Somnath Haldar, Sujit Soren, Subhrajit Das, Souvik Ghosh, Suman Santra, Anubrata Maity, Sanchayan Samaddar, Somnath Mondal, Saikat Das, Anwar Laskar, Surendra Narayan Das, Aynul Sarkar, Mohammad Habibullah, Sandip, Laltu Hembram, Tarun Sarkar and Avinaba Roy

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Re: Ambani in talks to buy out New Castle United

Postby jaydeep » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:37 pm

Now as per report he shifted his sight on Everton!

Ambani now sets sight on Everton

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby jaydeep » Mon Jun 08, 2009 9:16 am

Today at Pune, Abhijeet Kadam Memorial Foundation, Bharati Vidyapeeth University and Liverpool Football Club r signing a tripartite MOU to launch 'Abhijeet Kadam Football Development Center' ... At this development center Liverpool FC will be sending their senior coaches to train aspiring footballers and also deliver coaching on training, referring, management and other aspects involving game.

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby jaydeep » Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:28 pm

The AFC has announced the names of eight clubs eligible to compete in the play-offs for the 2010 AFC Champions League ... Churchill Brothers is qualified as I-League champion.

8 Teams -
Al Karamah (Syria, AFC Cup winners/runners-up)
Kuwait SC (Kuwait, AFC Cup winners/runners-up)
Churchill Brothers SC (India, League champions)
Sriwijaya (Indonesia, knock-out champions)
Singapore Armed Forces (Singapore, league champions)
Muang Thong United (Thailand, league champions)
SHB Da Nang (Vietnam, league champions)
Al Wahda (United Arab Emirates, fourth place)

AFC Champions league play offs - 28 Oct, 2009

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby usaindian » Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:55 pm

fan group presented mohan bagan with a gym
http://www.indianfootball.com/en/news/articleId/2025

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby usaindian » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:40 pm

churchill brothers will face al-wahda

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby usaindian » Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:16 pm

just 1 more day for churchill to face alwahda for a spot in continetal club championship

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby usaindian » Sat Feb 06, 2010 3:49 pm

churchill brothers is tied for 1-1 at half time
you can watch it live here
http://www.onlinetv-free.com/al-iraqiya-sports.html

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby jaydeep » Sun Feb 07, 2010 7:07 am

Al Wahda battled back from a goal down to beat Churchill Brothers 5-2 in the AFC Champions League play-offs.

Al Wahda SC (UAE) bt Churchill Brothers SC (IND) 2-5

Goal Scored - Fernando Baiano (AW) 45' & 65', Mahmoud Khamis (AW) 46', Abdulraheem Juma (AW) 63', Ismaeil Matar (AW) 85' and Dan Ito (CB) 41', Leihaorungbam Dhanachandra Singh (CB) 77'

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Re: Indian Clubs news

Postby prasen9 » Tue Feb 09, 2010 12:48 am

This maybe effective if what Houghton has been saying is correct:

The AIFF wakes up at last


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