Former national coach Armando Colaco, on Saturday, expressed shock and dismay that a large number of Indian footballers were left without a team in the Indian Super League (ISL) auction and draft in Mumbai. While a couple of frontline footballers like Sunil ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago
Indian coaches appreciative of FIFA's Elite course - First Post.com, 2 months ago
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PANAJI: Former India and Dempo chief coach, Armando Colaco, has made an urgent plea to Kushal Das, the general secretary of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) and Sunando Dhar, the I-League CEO, to jump to the rescue of a large pool of players ...Times of India, 1 month ago Dempo coach Colaco sends 'Save Players' appeal to AIFF Times of India, 1 month ago
Maina-Curtorim: Goa is known to celebrate numerous feasts and festivals, especially during the monsoon period most of which are associated with the harvest season and one such agrarian feast that literally stands out from among the rest is the ...Times of India, 1 week ago
Panaji: Clifford Miranda admits it was "theatrical" but he could not control himself. The Dempo Sports Club midfielder waited patiently for his appointment with chairman Shrinivas Dempo at the club headquarters in the city and once they were done ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Amid talks of former Brazil and Real Madrid defender Roberto Carlos joining the Delhi team as marquee manager, the second season of the Indian Super League is kicking up the same kind of buzz that preceded the inaugural edition of the tournament.The eight-team league kicked off with a rousing start last year with Brazilian Zico headlining the managers' list and marquee players including Italian duo Alessandro Del Piero and Marco Materazzi, and Frenchman Nicholas Anelka.While Zico has returned ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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