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Having a Ball
New Indian Express

Having a Ball

When the proposal came, Premy was thrilled, because it was from the family of the famed footballer Jo Paul Ancheri. I was interested in football, because my father would watch the game on TV, says Premy. I was also excited to meet a celebrity for ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Football Isn't Just a Man's Game New Indian Express, 1 month ago

Forget Coach, Give Youngsters Time to Gel, Say Ex-Captains

CHENNAI:To be or not to be, as Will Shakespeare put it, is the question many are asking of Indian coach Stephen Constantine after India's shock defeat against Guam on Sunday. The answer though may have little to do with him. IM Vijayan After a ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Not Only About Booking World Cup Ticket

BENGALURU: It was the same story every four years! An impossible World Cup dream that ends up lasting all of two matches, before languishing in international wilderness for the rest of the qualifying cycle. But as India prepare to kick start their ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

The Kerala-Bagan Connect

If Bengal can be called the heart of Indian football, then Kerala has provided vessels to allow for a fast blood flow to keep it in fine fettle. Like the intimate relationship between the two in one's body, these states share a deep bond over ...
 New Indian Express4 weeks ago

Mario Sarmiento floored by love of Kozhikode

Kozhikode: Former Argentine footballer Mario Benito Sarmiento was overwhelmed by the love and warmth showered on him by the locals when he came to visit Kozhikode. Mario, who had come as the chief guest for the final of the Journalist Football ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago

IM Vijayan, Dhanraj Pillay renew friendship

'Vijayan bhai, khush hai na?' I.M. Vijayan first heard this line 20 years ago at the Asian Games camp. He was shocked when he realised the man who greeted him was Indian hockey's superstar Dhanraj Pillay. The reply 'theek hai bhai' started a ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago
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