Laxmi Negi/Rediff.com lists the five talking points from the Indian Super League match between Mumbai City FC and Chennaiyin FC at the DY Patil stadium IMAGE: Mumbai City FC (Blue) and Chennaiyin FC players in action during the Indian Super League (ISL) match at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Photograph: PTI When Mumbai City came to a packed house at the DY Patil stadium, their position in the points table was similar to how they finished in the inaugural season (seventh). The hosts ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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The nominations for the 14th Indian Telly Awards are here. Is your favourite star on the list? Check it out! The Indian Telly Awards are an annual affair and have entered its fourteenth year. After a lot of deliberation and discussion, ITA 2015 is ...Bollywoodlife.com, 6 days ago
'We keep climbing one step and slipping three. In 2004, our relay team was 7th in the world. Then we slipped from there. Otherwise, today our 4x400 metres relay team would have been gearing for a medal at the Rio Games.' 'We give them a coach, but if we don't give them the support facility they will not be able to perform. I always say that it is not just one athlete or coach, but the whole eco system that we need to create around the athlete. Only then you can perform to your fullest.' 'If we ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'I started playing at the age of seven and since then I am playing with players much older than me' 'I am an attacking player and I consider David Beckham's example' Having missed out in the first season of the ISL, young Brandon Fernandes tells Laxmi Negi/Rediff.com he is determined to prove his worth with MumbaI City FC in Season-2. IMAGE: Mumbai City FC’s Brandon Fernandes. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com For an Indian kid to make it big in the world of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Having missed out on lucrative offers in the inaugural edition after his I-League club, Bengaluru FC, refused to release their players for the tournament, Sunil Chhetri is raring to go in the second season of the Indian Super League, which kicks-off on October 3. The cash-rich league's most expensive Indian player recounts those anxious moments when he was waiting to join the ISL bandwagon with Rediff.com / Laxmi Negi. Read on Sunil Chhetri, left, with actor and Mumbai City FC owner Ranbir ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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