I-League 2017 Review: Blues left frustrated by resilient Minerva Punjab

Following an impressive game of football for those in blue, all it took was one moment of unluckiness for both Amrinder Singh and Sandesh Jhingan as they were undone by some bad bounce as Minerva Punjab equalised with barely a few minutes left to play. However, while the crowds were also left frustrated, it was

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CK Vineeth Hat-Trick floors Mumbai FC as Blues extend unbeaten run

CK Vineeth was on song in the first encounter of the season as Bengaluru FC went ahead and cemented their place atop the I-League table with a 3-0 win over Mumbai FC. John Johnson, the Blues’ defender had earlier stated that there was usually a lot of emotion when it came to playing Mumbai. However,

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Press Release: Chennai City FC and Minerva Punjab FC Share Points

NEW DELHI: The much anticipated battle between the two newcomers, Chennai City FC and Minerva Punjab FC failed to provide a winner as it finished 0-0 at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Chennai, thus enabling both the teams to notch their first ever Hero I-League point. Chennai City decided to line up in a 4-5-1

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Photo Gallery: Udanta Singh scores a brace as Blues thrash Lajong 3-0

A great display of attacking play and a brace from Udanta Singh ensured that title favourites Bengaluru FC handed them their first three points of I-League 2017. The defending champs clinched a comfortable 3-0 victory against a much inexperienced Shillong Lajong side. Right-winger Udanta Singh was the star of the night as he scored a

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We have got a competitive squad this year: Cameron Watson

When Cameron Watson made his way into the I-League from the A-League in Australia, little did he know that he was making his way into a club with massive ambitions of making it to the very top of the leagues in Asia. While the holding midfielder has been one of the standout performers for the

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We have got a competitive squad this year: Cameron Watson

When Cameron Watson made his way into the I League from the A League in Australia, little did he know that he was making his way into a club with massive ambitions of making it to the very top of the leagues in Asia. While the holding midfielder has been one of the standout performers

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Bengaluru FC look to renew the glory of the previous season

The Sree Kanteerava Stadium will be the witness to upwards of ten thousand screaming fans as reigning Champions of India Bengaluru FC will begin their I League title defence against anew comers Chennai City FC. While their achievements in the three years they have been in existence has been simply amazing, coach Albert Roca is

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The Impact of Twenty 20 Cricket on Sport

Sam Collins and Jarrod Kimber were nothing more than two ordinary journalists before 2015. Hailing from opposite sides of cricket’s biggest rivalry, they became household names. Almost overnight. Their documentary – “Death of a Gentleman” while shedding light on the drastic fall in  popularity in test cricket, highlighted an unbelievably key component in the future

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Sports Tweets Of The Week: Michael Clarke Bids Adieu

In this edition of sports tweets of the week, we take a look at the renewal of the English Premier League 2015. As exciting as that is, we also take a look at the retirement of Aussie icon Michael Clarke. Many a tear was shed upon his retirement and a few prominent stars took to

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Tweets of the Week: Manchester United launch new kit

In this edition of ‘Tweets of the Week’, we bring to you Manchester United’s new kit. Arsenal and Chelsea will square off in the 2015 edition of the community shield. However, the battle will be between Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger following the comments made by ‘The Special one’. This week, we also take a

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