Big Blow For 2016 Edition Of Indian Super League

The 2016 edition of Indian Super League received a big blow when Roberto Carlos revealed that he would not be returning to the tournament. In addition to Roberto Carlos, Zico is likely to miss the next season of the football league as well. “Next season I won’t be coming. In every professional life, you go

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Delhi Dynamos Reap Home Advantage To Pip Goa

Delhi Dynamos held the sway at their home ground in the first leg of their semi-final encounter with FC Goa. It was touted to be a contest to set the supremacy in Brazilian flamboyance. That was not the scene as the home team edged Zico’s men by a solitary goal. Robin Singh headed the all-important

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Delhi Dynamos Prove Two Good For NorthEast

It was a fight between the top teams of the Hero Indian Super League 2015 for the coveted playoffs. But Roberto Carlos’ Delhi Dynamos earned three points to qualify for the semi-finals. Brazilian Gustavo dos Santos scored the winner to end the match 2-1 for the visitors. Delhi Dynamos took the lead in the first

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ISL: Chennaiyin FC Sink Delhi At Home

Delhi manager Roberto Carlos had stated ahead of the match the pressure was all on Chennaiyin FC. His words seem to have taken a wrong turn as his side is thrashed 4-0 by the Chennai forwards in a one-sided match. The win helps Chennai move up to the fourth spot in the league table. Chennaiyin

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Delhi Dynamos Move To 2nd Spot Defeating Pune City

Young West Brom attacker Adil Nabi struck the first goal for the Delhi Dynamos breaking the deadlock in the 35th minute. From that point onwards it was all one sided as Pune failed to cause trouble for the hosts and David Platts men conceded two more goals before getting a consolation goal from the last

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Atletico De Kolkata Hold Delhi Dynamos To A Draw

Under the shroud of dejection of Paris attacks, Delhi Dynamos and Atletico de Kolkata met at the capital, in a must win game for both teams. Coming back fresh from his national duties, Robin Singh would have resumed duties for Delhi Dynamos on a high, having scored the winner against Guam. Chicao and Hans Mulder

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Marchena Out, Kerala Blasters Chasing Former Everton Star

Carlos Marchena, who was the marquee player for Kerala Blasters in this season’s ISL, has left the club after playing just one match. Marchena, a former FIFA World Cup winner with the Spanish National Team, was struggling with injuries throughout the season. He only played in the 1-0 home loss against Delhi Dynamos this year

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Simao Sabrosa Prevents Delhi Dynamos the top spot

It was a clash of the opposite ends as second placed Delhi Dynamos took on minnows North East United FC. Roberto Carlos’ side had an opportunity to open up a two point lead with a win but the Highlanders contained them to a draw. Marquee man Simao Sabrosa was at the task straightaway after coming

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Depleted Atletico De Kolkata Sink To New Low With Third Defeat

Last time when Atletico de Kolkata took the field at their home, they played like a champion team against Kerala Blasters. Tonight, their form was anything but that of champions as they were defeated by Delhi Dynamos. Plagued with injuries Antonio Lopez Habas had his task cut out as Atletico de Kolkata started their second

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Pune City Edge Out Kerala Blasters In A Close Encounter

Kerala Blasters suffered their fourth consecutive defeat in the Indian Super League after losing 3-2 to Pune City. The crowd in Pune was treated with some excellent attacking football throughout the first half. Kerala Blasters drew first blood in the second minute itself through Mohammed Rafi. He headed home his third goal from as many

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