Rangdajied United FC qualified for the I-League for the first time in their 26-year history, outplaying promoted Mohammedan Sporting 3-1 in their all-important I-League Second Division clash at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Saturday. " With their crucial ... Deccan Herald, 4 weeks ago
Hyderabad: The T Subbarami Reddy-TV9 film awards for the year 2011-12 were announced here Thursday by MP and TSR Lalithakala Parishad founder T Subbarami Reddy. While artists from Telugu industry were honored in different categories, members from ...Oneindia, 1 month ago
Four evenly-matched teams along with two clubs, perfectly capable of springing a surprise on their day, will make for enticing match-ups as the final leg of the I-League Second Division kicks off at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Monday. With the top four ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Alfred K Jaryan's timely second-half goal helped Mohammedan Sporting labour to a 1-0 victory over a fighting Southern Samity in their I-League Second Division match at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Friday. The Liberian midfielder's 69th minute header ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Alfred Jaryan nets winner for Sporting The Hindu, 1 month ago
Kolkata sides Mohammedan Sporting and Bhawanipore FC laboured in vain to find the net before settling for a point each in their goalless I-League Second Division final round clash at the Football Stadium on Sunday. Led by former Mohun Bagan striker ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Riding on a brace from Premkumar, Punjab outclassed a lacklustre Karnataka 2-0 to enter the semifinals of the 67th Santosh Trophy national football tournament here on Wednesday. With three straight wins, Punjab secured nine points paving their way to the ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Punjab overcame a spirited challenge from West Bengal to carve out a 4-3 win in Group D to progress to the semi-finals of the 67th Santosh Trophy football tournament, in Kollam on Monday. Sajandeep Singh scored the first goal for the winners in the 15th minute, followed by Prem Kumar (25th) and Afftab Vir Singh (46th). West Bengal made a stupendous come back as they reduced the margin when Jagannath Sana (66th), Dibendu Biswas (76th) scored quickly in the second half. For Punjab, the fourth ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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