Tejas Sirohi

freelancer

I'm a 20 year old student pursuing a bachelor's degree in management studies at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. I've played football at the national level and being a true blue-blooded Indian I'm an ardent cricket fan too. I like spreading happiness and entertaining people around me with some tongue-in-cheek humour. All in all, I'm an avid sports enthusiast carving his own niche.

featurefootball3 years ago

Why Arsenal will win the Premier League this year

After many near misses and false dawns for the past 12 years without a Premier League trophy, Arsenal have finally learned to rise to the challenge of the Premier League title this season. With the signing of quality players and things falling in the right place, the Gunners can finally win it.
Tejas Sirohi
featurefootball3 years ago

10 football moments to remember in 2016

It’s been an action-filled 2016 for all football aficionados all across the globe with some memorable performances for fans to remember. We’ve witnessed some spectacular football all year round so here are the top 10 footballing moments of the year:
Tejas Sirohi
newsfootball3 years ago

FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid CF | Preview

The footballing world will experience the first El Clasico of the 2016-17 season when La Liga leaders Real Madrid travel to the Nou Camp to face second-placed Barcelona on Saturday. This will be the 232nd Clasico in the history of the fixture that dates all the way back to 1929.
Tejas Sirohi
featurefootball3 years ago

Champions League | Manchester City 3-1 Barcelona | Player Ratings

Barcelona were trumped 3-1 by a rejuvenated City side who avenged their 4-0 vanquishing by the same opponents a fortnight ago. Pep Guardiola got the better of his former side and would be pleased with his team’s stunning performance to come back from a goal down.
Tejas Sirohi
featurefootball4 years ago

Arsenal | Xhaka brings style and steel, but what lies ahead for the Gunners?

After several rounds of rumours and leaked pictures, Arsenal FC have officially confirmed the signing of Granit Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach for a reported fee of £30m making him the club’s third most expensive player after Mezut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
Tejas Sirohi
featurefootball4 years ago

Does the AIFF's 3-tier plan actually signal a turn for the better in Indian football?

Indian football is undergoing a major transformation. One can’t recall a successful change in the recent past, but rather frustratingly for Indian football, there always seems to be light at the end of the tunnel even though it has been stranded in the tunnel for quite a while now.
Tejas Sirohi