2015 Copa America: Chile and Uruguay Pick Up Wins

Hosts Chile and Uruguay were the only teams who picked up wins in the 2015 Copa America. While Chile kicked off things with a 2-0 win over Ecuador, Uruguay sealed a slender 1-0 win over Jamaica. Argentina and Mexico picked up draws against Paraguay and Bolivia respectively. 2015 Copa America: Vargas and Vidal win it

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Sunil Chhetri Strikes But Oman Win 2-1

A wonder strike from Sunil Chhetri proved to be insufficient as the Indians began their World Cup journey with a loss. The 2-1 loss to Oman sees the Indian Tigers suffer a major jolt to their dreams of playing in a World Cup. However, Stephen Constantine lived up to his promise and our Men in Blue

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Stephen Constantine: We Will Fight Till The End

India’s quest for a place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup begins on the 11th of June, against Oman. The Sree Kanteerava Stadium, that is the home venue for BFC will play host for this crucial venture. India vs Oman: Match Details Venue: Sree Kanteerava Stadium Time: 19:00 PM Local time  Team News Stephen Constantine

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Barcelona FC All The Way: Football Weekly #20

The 2014-15 football season came to an end with Barcelona FC lifting the UEFA Champins League for the third time since 2009. For Juventus however, their treble hopes ended in heartbreak. Retirement clouds  were on the horizon for Andrea Pirlo, with the 36-year old contemplating retirement. This week, we also take a look at the

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Bangladesh vs India – Schedule And Stats

The Bangladesh vs India series will be Indian Cricket Team’s first bilateral series since the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. In addition, this will be Ravi Shastri’s first assignment as interim head coach. Bangladesh vs India: Fixtures The Indians will tour Bangladesh from the 10th to the 24th of June playing one test and three One Day

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I-League 2015 Season Recap: Bagan Crowned Champs

The 2015 edition of the Hero I-League was one of the most entertaining season in the history of the event. It took all 20 match days to determine the champions as well as the relegated teams. However, as they say, all good things must come to an end. So with the completion of the I-League

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Kim Seng-Yong and Seminlen Doungel complete BFC Switch

Bengaluru FC have completed the signing of Kim Seng-Yong and Seminlen Doungel on a permanent basis. Kim and Doungel have become Ashley Westwood’s first signings of the off-season. The signings come as Westwood attempts to rebuild the squad following the departure of Sunil Chhetri, Thoi Singh, Sean Rooney and Robin Singh. Kim Seng-Yong: Extremely happy

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Sepp Blatter Steps Down as FIFA President

Controversy ravaged FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced his resignation from the post at a press conference in Zurich after less than a week since his re-election for the fifth time. Blatter has been facing several corruption charges for issues that date back to the 1986 World cup. Two days before the re-election, the police had

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Arsenal Lift FA Cup: Football Weekly #19

Arsenal held on to their FA Cup crown with a 4-0 win over Aston Villa. The returning. We take a look at the massive Champions League final clash between Barcelona and Juventus. In addition, we also take a quick look at Gareth Southgate’s U-21 squad and the transfer gossip that have been doing the rounds

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Sean Rooney Leaves Bengaluru FC For Oakleigh Cannons FC

Star Australian striker of BFC, Sean Rooney has parted ways with the club. This decision was announced barely a day after BFC lost the I-League title to Mohun Bagan. Rooney has been an integral part of the Bengaluru setup since the summer of 2013. Sean Rooney finds greener pastures in Victoria Sean Rooney was one

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