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Goan Football Clubs are not Crowd Pullers in Indian Football

The Old Delhi crowds that packed the stadium and cheered for Habib and Akbar, Nayeem and Yusuf Khan when Mohammedan Sporting or Hyderabad City Police played years ago is now a thing of the past. This year the crowd pulling teams were Shillong Lajong Football Club and United Sikkim.

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.
Man united manager Van Gaal

3 Reasons Why Van Gaal’s 3-5-2 Is Doomed To Fail At Manchester United

“4-4-2 makes my ass twitch”, van Gaal said when asked on his persistence with 3-5-2. Well, there are many who aren’t exactly a fan of the new system and the glitches are glaring. Here are 3 reasons why the...

The making of Bhaichung Bhutia

A Legend is born Village Tinkitam is situated in a valley between two mountains named Maenam and Tadong in south Sikkim. The only connecting road to the town is a narrow pass which is not wide enough for motor vehicle....

Indian Football : The Painful Transition from Junior to Senior level

The Indian under-22 side had only 16 days with their newly appointed coach, Arthur Papas, to prepare for first ever U22 AFC Championship qualifiers. They had a new coach and had to adapt a whole new system which was...
Bengaluru FC wins ILeague

Bengaluru FC pleasantly surprises a hardcore fan from Spain

When he joined the biggest Indian Football Forum and introduced himself  as a hard core Indian football fan of Spanish nationality, some of us thought he was kidding. Seriously, just the idea that someone from the land of football World...

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.
English Premier League Preview

Fantasy Informer – Fantasy Premier League Tips, News And More

You probably have been thinking about playing fantasy premier league but you have not yet taken a dive into it. Your friends have asked you about it and you have in turn given it a thought but so far,...
Nepal football

Corruption in Nepali Football

The international news agency, Associated Press did, to some degree, what the Nepali national main stream  media had failed to do for so long. The news agency dropped a bombshell by making public, the parts of the audit report,...

Positives of New AFC CUP Format

The move by AFC to change the format of the AFC CUP doesn't come as a surprise as we get to see them change the competition's format every year.The move has received a lot of criticism from fans and...