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Capello’s relationship with English FA was a loveless marriage

Capello’s existence as England coach appeared to be a joyless one. The Italian’s resignation is not really shocking as the relationship between Capello and the FA was “a loveless marriage” which they were locked into by his lucrative contract (£6 million a year) since the dismal failure in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. It was expected that the FA would sack Capello after the World Cup. However they procrastinated and allowed him to continue till the end of Euro 2012.

Bencherifa is Wenger of Indian football

For Salgaocar the long wait is over.  After 14 years they lifted the Federation Cup, at the same venue — the Salt Lake Stadium — and against East Bengal, the opponents they beat in 1997. Only the score line...

Shah Rukh Khan – Sirf Naam Hi Kaafi Hain

Shah Rukh Khan being linked with Dempo SC has rocked the Indian football fraternity
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Sturridge-Sterling Partnership Can Propel Liverpool To Top Four

Daniel Sturridge Sturridge made his long-awaited return to the Liverpool starting line-up against Tottenham and his contribution to Brendan Rodgers’ side’s 3-2 win over Spurs outlined a promising future for the Reds. The anticipation around Anfield was palpable, and the...
Nepal football

Nepal’s Football association boss Ganesh Thapa’s fate still hangs in balance

Lately there has been a flurry of action on and off the field despite the ominous air of uncertainties surrounding Nepal football. Apparently, suspended President of All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), Ganesh Thapa, continues to overshadow national sporting headlines. The...

Scholes’ sub only missing link for Ferguson

The transfer market is abuzz with activity and speculation. It is not bigmoney Real Madrid but English clubs Arsenal and Manchester City that are involved in the biggest suspense stories and football gossip this season.
World cup protests

Brazil’s Protest Against World Cup – Why the Anger?

This is first of two part article on the protest in Brazil against the World Cup. The articles has been written by Duncan Crawley. The details of the author can be found at the end of the article. Click...

It would be wiser for AIFF to retain Indian Arrows players

In the recently held Olympic qualifier match, India squandered plenty of chances to kick themselves out of London Olympics contention. The eminent Indian football expert Mr. Novy Kapadia explains what could be the reason.
Indian Super League

Indian Football: IMG-Reliance does not have experience in developing football

There has been a lot of good news around Indian football in the recent past. The latest is signing of Ashley Westwood as coach for JSW promoted team from Bangalore. There have been many disturbing news items as well....
Nepal Football

No Signs of Positive Change For The Gorkhalis

At the moment, I have nothing much to write about Nepal football, which may make fans happy, excited and optimistic. The sad part is, the scenario remains murky, uncertain and questionable, and there is no indication that will change...