Interview With Stephen Constantine : Part 1

With just a little over a month left for the Indian National Team to play Iran, the ‘Giants of Asia’ in the Russia 2018 World Cup Preliminary Joint Qualification match in Bengaluru, Sports Rediscovered brings National coach Stephen Constantine’s views on the issues plaguing Indian football and much more, in a three part interview, courtesy

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Indian Football Executes World Cup Dream

It is no secret that India’s performance in football is below par, especially in comparison with countries which are better equipped. Be it playing on FIFA match days, training facilities, equipment or an established league – India is no where close to even Asian powerhouses like Japan, South Korea and Iran, leave along even competing

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Sports Stats Weekly #2: Indian Football Facts

For long, most people around the world have underestimated the power of Indian Football. However, through the decades, the Indian team has had myriad achievements which every Indian football fan should be proud of. Here are five Indian Football Facts that are a reminder of the glorious accomplishments of the Blue Tigers: Sunil Chhetri has

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Indian Football Seeks Boost At 2018 World Cup Qualifiers

After suffering a defeat at the hands of Guam in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, Indian football coach Stephen Constantine has raised worry about India’s present football circumstance. Constantine expressed that India’s misfortune to Guam, positioned 33 spots behind India is possibly due to the presence of imported players in the Guam team. Constantine pointed

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Indian Football Team -Dependant on Sunil Chhetri

The name at front is always more important than the one on the back. Nevertheless, when it comes to the Indian National team, fans would point out that it is the Captain that keeps the team ticking more often than not. Undoubtedly, Sunil Chhetri is the best attacker that India has and without him, the

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Sandesh Jhingan – We Need To Dream Big

Sports Rediscovered brings excerpts from a media interaction with Sandesh Jhingan, courtesy a media release from AIFF. “It was way back in 2010 that I had sung my National Anthem playing for the India U-19 National side. And then it happened in Guwahati when National coach Stephen Constantine selected me for the job,” Sandesh Jhingan

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Jeje Lalpekhlua: Need To Recreate The Atmosphere

As the Indian football team prepares for a World Cup qualifier with Oman , Sports Rediscovered brings an interview with two key Indian players , Jeje Lalpekhlua and Jackiechand Singh, courtesy a press release from AIFF On the field, together they are sheer magic; two exciting players, deadly exponents in the ‘Beautiful Game.’ Off it,

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Sepp Blatter Backed By AIFF After Resignation From FIFA

By the time freshly re-elected FIFA President Sepp Blatter’s resignation news began to settle in amongst the football-loving fans of India, the sport’s main governing body All India Football Federation (AIFF) released a statement in support of the controversy-ridden Blatter. AIFF Vice-President Subrata Dutta, said that the AIFF is thankful for the immense support India received

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2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Probables List Announced

Indian national football team coach Stephen Constantine today announced the preliminary squad of 38 probables for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. Placed along with Iran, Oman, Guam and Turkmenistan in Group D, the Indian team will battle it out from June 11, 2015 till March 29, 2016 in a bid to proceed to Russia.

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Sunil Chhetri Brace Sinks Nepal At 2018 WC Qualifiers

India pulled off a clinical 2-0 victory in its 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match against Nepal at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati. Sunil Chhetri scored both the goals as the Blue Tigers started off a new era under Stephan Constantine on a high note. Chhetri was rightly adjudged as the player of the

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