James Keene Interview: Northeast United’s Go-To Man

James Keene message to young footballers : Train hard and to watch a lot of international games like – The EPL and Bundos the german league. Learn from the best players in the world, the movement of players and team techniques, individual player tactics and then taking all this in and trying to incorporate the same into ones natural game.

Rehenesh TP Interview: The Young Custodian

ts been great playing in the ISL for NorthEast United. Our fans have been phenomenal and we have had a good run so far.

Pankaj Advani Interview: India’s Man Of Steel

I had to lost to Peter in the group stage very narrowly and knew the capacity he has to win. Therefore I was very alert from the word go. Initially Peter took the lead and I was on the backfoot. But by the time of the interval, I managed to draw parity at 2-2. That was good enough for me. After having a bite, some tea and a chat with Shree, I was in a much better place, taking the next 4 frames to win the title.

Trisha Deb Interview: My Ambition Is To Win An Olympic Medal For India

I would like to dedicate my success to my mother because she’s been my constant strength and moral support throughout the years. She was the one who introduced me to the archery club where I got my first training. She went against all odds in helping me purchase equipment. Even when I had to shift my base from West Bengal to Punjab, my mother never stopped motivating me and always encouraged me to give my best.

Saketh Myneni Interview: I Want To Break Into Top 100

It has been a memorable experience at the Incheon Asian Games for Saketh Myneni who captured the mixed doubles gold with Sania Mirza and the men’s doubles silver partnering Sanam Singh. Myneni whose singles ranking has dipped to 453 in the last few months because of injuries wants to build on this performance and break

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Interview: It Was The Biggest Moment Of My Career: Saurav Ghosal

The day I lost I was completely heartbroken.
But then I knew that the team event was starting and India needed me to play at least close to my best. The guys in my team had worked really hard to put us in a position where we had a genuine chance of winning the Asian Games. So it was very important for me and that’s what drove me on. I just couldn’t let those guys down as they had done so much ..

Interview: Hope I Can Be In Top 25 By Year-End: HS Prannoy

HS Prannoy reached back to back finals on the International Badminton circuit and won the Indonesia Masters Grand Prix Gold. Here is an interview with the promising badminton star. It had been quite a fortnight for the young and talented HS Prannoy. The disappointment of a tough defeat in the Vietnam Open final, then the

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Yuki Bhambri – And His Love For Sport

The Davis Cup tie between India and Serbia was dead even with 2 matches won by each team. In the final rubber, Indian hopes rested on the shoulders of Yuki Bhambri and one was reminded of the famous lines of, Luke 12:48 , “To Whom Much is Given , much will be required”

SS Hakim – Nobody Gave Rahim Saab An Award

While the defeat to Guam has saddened the fans of  the Indian football team, Sports Rediscovered takes a look at a time and a time and age when the Indian football team finished fourth in the Olympic Games thanks to the pioneering coaching methods of Syed Abdul Rahim. Shariq Khan had the opportunity to speak

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