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Indian women’s team for Asian Cup qualifiers announced

The Indian women’s team for the Asian Cup qualifiers has been announced. Under the vision and guidance of AIFF President Praful Patel, Indian football has gone through a major phase of transformation and a lot of importance is being provided to the women’s game as well.

 
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Sanjoy Sen wants a fresh start in the I- League from April

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The coach of the Mohun Bagan football club Sanjoy Sen is looking forward to a fresh start in the I- League from the month of April. Currently, the I- League is going through a break and all th
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FIFA U-17 World Cup Indian team selection to go on

The Indian team selection for the FIFA U-17 2017 World Cup to be held in India will go on as per schedule.The AIFF President Praful Patel has played an integral role in bringing the tournament to the country where teams from different parts of the world will participate.

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FIFA completes inspection of Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru stadium
 

The FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 will be held in India and already the governing body of football in the world has completed the inspection of the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, New Delhi. Under the vision and guidance of AIFF President Praful Patel, Indian football is undergoing a major period of transition.

 
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India needs to adjust well in Asian conditions

The Indian football team will be back in international football action after six months and will need to adjust well under the Asian conditions.Under the Praful Patel Profile, Indian football has gone through a phase of major transformation and the national team performed well in international tournaments.India is all slated to take on Cambodia in an international friendly in Phnom Penh.

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Sunil Chhetri opines that Myanmar will be a tough challenge 

Myanmar is one of the toughest Teams to face in South East Asia at the moment. It will be a tough challenge for us and we have to play to the best of our abilities if we have to win there,”

 
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India to play international friendlies against Lebanon and Palestine 

The Indian national football team is slated to play Lebanon and Palestine in international friendly matches. The AIFF President Praful Patel has come up with definitive measures for the progress of Indian football and the national team will soon compete in the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.

 
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Indian national football team leaves for dual challenge ahead 

The Indian national football team has left for a dual challenge of matches ahead. Over the years Indian football has undergone a major transformation and the AIFF President Praful Patel played a pivotal role in it. India is scheduled to play an international friendly against Cambodia in Phnom Penh and the inaugural Group A League match against Myanmar in the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers UAE 2019.

 
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Sanjoy Sen remains upbeat about the performance of Mohun Bagan in the I- League 

The coach of Mohun Bagan AC Sanjoy Sen remains upbeat about the performance of his club in the ongoing I- League. The I- League is one of the premier football tournaments in the country which has a nationwide presence and Mohun Bagan AC is fighting for the top spot along with Aizawl FC and East Bengal FC.

 
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Lajong FC halts the winning spree of Churchill Brothers in I- League1

Lajong FC is one of the new entrants in the I- League and came up with a brilliant performance to halt the winning spree of Churchill Brothers. The I- League has reached its 14th round with all the top teams battling it out for the premier spot.

 
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AFC Medical Officers Trainers course commences in Malaysia

The four-day course saw 63 participants comprising delegates from the AFC Member Associations go through a series of sessions on the theoretical and practical topics relevant to the duties and responsibilities of AFC Medical Officers in AFC tournaments.The course aimed to increase the pool of AFC Medical Officers and update the participants with the latest modern scientific knowledge and researches.

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Aizawl FC climbs to second position in the I- League

Aizawl FC, one of the renowned football clubs from the state of Mizoram have climbed to second position in the I- League. This comes as quite an impressive performance from a club who is playing the I- League just for the second time.

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Mohun Bagan advances to the group stage of the AFC Cup

Mohun Bagan, the century old club has advanced to the group stage of the AFC Cup.The AFC Cup stands out as one of the prestigious football tournaments in the Asian football circuit and Mohun Bagan defeated Club Valencia of Maldives with a margin of 4-1.Over the years, Indian football is undergoing the road of progress where the AIFF President Praful Patel has taken a number of important initiatives.

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Constantine says players should respect Myanmar

As per the version of coach Stephen Constantine who is at the helm guiding the team, ““India can beat anybody on their day. But that does not mean that you cannot have a bad day. Sometimes there are good days sometimes there are bad days. That is Football.”

 
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AIFF to focus more on grassroots football development

The All India Football Federation acts as the parent body for running the game of football in the country. The Federation remains focused on the development of grassroots football and the AIFF President Praful Patel has encouraged this initiative.

 
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Constantine says that national team players needs to be quicker on the field

The Indian national team is currently coached by Stephen Constantine, one of the highly experienced foreign coaches.The national team will be participating in the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers and face Myanmar on 28th March.The AIFF President Praful Patel has taken a variety of important measures for the progress of Indian football and the national team is now participating in international tournaments.

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Constantine wants Indian players to improve more in AFC Asian Cup qualifiers 

As per the version of coach Stephen Constantine, “Congratulations to Cambodia. I thought they played very well for long parts of the game. Considering they have a new coach and it has been only two-three weeks for him, I think it was a good start for them,” s.

 
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IM Vijayan appointed as the National Observer for Football in India

IM Vijayan, one of the legends of Indian football has been appointed as the National Observer for football in the country.The Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs has appointed Vijayan for his dedicated contribution to Indian football.The AIFF President Praful Patel has played a pertinent role in taking Indian football forward with a variety of initiatives.

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Matos confident about the performance of the Indian team in the FIFA U-17 World Cup 

The coach of the Indian U-17 FIFA World Cup team Luis Norton De Matos remains quite confident about the performance of the boys in the upcoming tournament. India is hosting the FIFA U-17 World Cup for the first time scheduled to commence in the month of October and the AIFF President Praful Patel played a pivotal role in bringing it to the country.

 
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Indian U-17 World Cup team to play friendlies against Portugal and England 

As per the version of AIFF General Secretary Kushal Das,” We are playing two matches against Mali in April in Mumbai and then we are also trying to get matches against England and Portugal during the Europe tour,”

 
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Hero Motocorp signs as a national supporter of FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 

Headquartered in India, Hero MotoCorp is the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer and has had a long-standing association with various disciplines of sports. Hero MotoCorp will play a vital role in supporting the competition locally in India.

 
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Matos says Indian U-17 team has the character to make the right impact 

Come October, 2017 India will be hosting the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The AIFF President Praful Patel has played a very important role in bringing this tournament to the country. The tournament is to be held across six venues from October 6 to 28.

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Sunil Chhetri has a good 2016 to his credit as an iconic footballer

Sunil Chhetri, one of the iconic footballers from India had a good 2016 to his credit. Currently, Chhetri is the captain of the Indian national football team and leads the goal scoring record for the country across all formats.Under the Praful Patel Profile, Indian football has followed the road map to progress with a number of initiatives taken by the All India Football Federation.

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Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools reaches the final of U-18 I League1

The All India Football Federation launched the U18 I-League to scout for the most talented players across the country and the AIFF President Praful Patel has supported it extensively. Since last season both national clubs & academies have been permitted to send their youth teams for the competition divided into 8 zones

 
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Mohun Bagan prefers the city of Cuttack as their preferred derby venue 

Earlier, Mohun Bagan tried to play their second leg of the Kolkata derby at Rabindra Sarobar Stadium but eventually got the indications from the Kolkata Police that it would be a difficult task to organize such a high voltage game at the newly renovated stadium.

 
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