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newsfootball5 years ago

Sporting Clube de Goa, Salgaocar want all I-League teams as part of ISL

Sporting Club de Goa and Salgaocar have stuck firmly to their decision of pulling out from the I-League and have laid down three demands before the AIFF, if they have to reconsider their decision. The clubs have told that all current I-League clubs should be part of the top tier in the new format.
Arun S Kaimal
newsfootball5 years ago

I-League | Shrinivas Dempo on a mission to convince Goan clubs from ditching league

Shrinivas Dempo will be part of the AIFF's top brass that will travel to Goa for a meeting with Sporting Clube de Goa and Salgaocar officials, where they will look to address the concerns of these two Goan clubs. Last month, Sporting and Salgaocar had announced their withdrawal from the I-League.
Amlan Majumdar
newsfootball5 years ago

Sporting Clube de Goa and Salgaocar pull out of I-League

Goan clubs Sporting Clube de Goa and Salgaocar on Friday announced their withdrawal from the I-League for the upcoming seasons. The clubs pointed to the AIFF’s proposal about the three-tier football system, in which the ISL will be the top league in the country, as the reason for the exit.
Arun S Kaimal
newsfootball5 years ago

Goan clubs lead dissent against AIFF's roadmap for Indian football

Goan clubs Sporting Clube de Goa and Salgaocar have expressed their dissatisfaction with the AIFF's new proposal to restructure Indian football, where the ISL will be country's topmost tier. In a letter to the AIFF, Sporting have said that the proposed format is 'against sporting merit'.
Amlan Majumdar
newsfootball5 years ago

Sanjoy Sen: We are not dependent on Norde or Glen

After a comeback 2-3 win in their Federation Cup game against Salgaocar, Sanjoy Sen expressed his delight at what was a team performance. Sen went on to add how crucial the win was considering the away goals rule, and how it showed that Bagan are not overdependent on Sony Norde or Cornell Glen.
Debarshee Mitra
newsfootball5 years ago

Ashley Westwood to leave Bengaluru FC

After winning their second I-League title in three years, Bengaluru FC received a massive blow on Sunday when coach Ashley Westwood said that he might leave the club after the club offered him a wage drop. Westwood’s team won the 2015/16 I-League title after they defeated Salgaocar 2-0 at home.
Arun S Kaimal
newsfootball5 years ago

I want to stay at Bengaluru FC: Sunil Chhetri

Bengaluru FC are on the cusp of winning the I-League for the second time in three years, and their influential skipper Sunil Chhetri, has expressed his desire to continue the association with the club, for the seasons to come. Bengaluru will be crowned champions, if they defeat Salgaocar tomorrow.
Arun S Kaimal