AIFF Meets For Annual General Body Meeting In Goa

Mr. Praful Patel, President, All India Football Federation Chaired AIFF’s Annual General Body Meeting which was held at Hotel Ramada, Goa on Sunday (December 20, 2015). Besides Mr. Patel, AIFF General Secretary Mr. Kushal Das, Vice-Presidents Mr. Subrata Dutta, Mr. Subhash Chopra, Mr. Shrinivas Dempo, AIFF Executive Committee Members and members from Member Associations (except Haryana and

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Eugeneson Lyngdoh Interview – Crave For Matches Like This

While many would dub India’s clash against Iran as tedious, midfielder Eugeneson Lyngdoh identifies the September 8th clash as a perfect platform to test his mettle and give his opponents a run for their money. During an interaction session with the media at the Sree Kanteerava stadium, prior to India’s practice session on Sunday (September 6th),

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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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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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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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