ISL Weekly: Signings Continue Amid Pre Season Training

The Chennaiyin FC train in Italy, while the FC Pune City visit Turkey. Other squads have also started training in India, and with still over a month to go before the Indian Super League to begin, teams are gradually taking shape. Final Squads Shape-up For ISL The Indian Super League teams have started to take final shape, as

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Kerala Blasters Upset Chennaiyin FC To Reach ISL Finals

Fans, neutrals, critics and others were all treated to footballing action of the very best level over two legs in the Hero Indian Super League’s first semi-final. Everyone had written off Kerala Blasters much before the first leg match even began but Kerala cruised into the Finals of the ISL with a crucial away goal in

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Kerala Blasters Will Need Crowd Support – ISL Semifinal Preview

The Hero Indian Super League has entered the play-off stage.  The four teams that have made it into the ISL semi-finals are Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters, FC Goa and Atletico De Kolkata. On Saturday night, Chennaiyin travel to Kochi for the first leg of their ISL semi-final encounter with Kerala Blasters. Sachin Tendulkar’s Kerala Blasters await the

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Delhi Dynamos Hold Chennaiyin FC 2-2

Delhi boys showed immense fighting spirit on Tuesday night as they drew 2-2 with Chennaiyin FC in a memorable match at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai. Del Piero and Hans Mulder scored on either sides of the second half to make sure Delhi Dynamos still remained in the hunt for a semi-final spot in the

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Chennaiyin FC Become First Team In ISL Semis

But the night will be remembered for that sparkling run by Bruno Pelissari that has now left the Kerala Blasters in its wake

Chennaiyin Win Against Mumbai FC

If one were to sum up the Chennaiyin FC vs Mumbai City match played at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Mumbai, Shakespeare’s ‘A Comedy of Errors’ suits best as there were a few regrettable errors from both sides. This is illustrated by Chennaiyin’s first goal. Balwant was on the ground looking in unbearable pain. Suddenly

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Atletico de Kolkata and Chennaiyin FC Settle For Draw

Kolkata’s popular forward Fikru Teferra was involved in several tangles and tackles with Chennai’s marquee player and coach Marco Materazzi. Thankfully, things did not get bad despite the hard tackles

Chennai Spoil The Party For FC Pune City

The Shree Shiv Chhatrapati sports complex witnessed another keenly contested game on Tuesday. FC Pune City and Chennaiyin FC battled it out for first place on the league table. The match ended in a 1-1 draw and both the team’s ended up sharing points, thus leaving the points table intact. A second half equalizer by

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