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AFC returns from Shillong, gets grand welcome

Aizawl Football Club (AFC), the champion of the Hero I-League, the most prestigious professional football tournament in the country, received a grand welcome when they arrived from Shillong today. Hundreds of people received the team at the Lengpui airport ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Mizoram CM Thanhawla congratulates Aizawl Football Club  News on Air2 months ago AIFF congratulates Aizawl for I-League triumph  Prokerala2 months ago AIFF congratulates Aizawl in winning I-League  Business Standard2 months ago
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No consensus in I-League foreign players' quota issue

Five clubs, including All India Football Federation vice-president Larsing Ming Sawyan's Shillong Lajong FC and champions Aizawl FC, yesterday told the AIFF that they were against introducing eight foreigners, instead of the existing five, in the 2017-18 ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Five clubs, including Shillong Lajong write to AIFF against 8-foreign players policy  Zee News3 weeks ago Five clubs write to AIFF against 8 foreigners in I-League  DNA3 weeks ago No Consensus in I  Asia Net India2 weeks ago
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Aizawl FC's success story is harbinger of hope for Indian football

Relegated in their debut season, Aizawl FC were readmitted to make up the numbers when Goan clubs fell out with the All India Football Federation over the I-League and Indian Super League merger issue. They made the opportunity count by winning the I-League in only their second season to script a rare and incredible story in present-day Indian football. IMAGE: Aizawl FC players celebrate after winning the I-League. Photograph: AIFF Media Aizawl FC's fairytale run to I-League glory is a rare ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Aizawl FC become first Northeastern club to win I-league  News on Air2 months ago Aizawl FC create history, win I-League crown  Deccan Herald2 months ago Aizawl FC clinch I-League title in India's 'Leicester moment'  Business Standard2 months ago
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Asian Cup Qualifiers: 8 U-22 players among 35 India probables

Rewarding their good show in the recently concluded I-League, national football coach Stephen Constantine has called up eight talented U-22 players in 35- strong probables list for the AFC Asian Cup Qualifying round encounter against Kyrgyzstan in Bengaluru ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Five I

The I-League currently allows teams to register and play a maximum of four foreigners, one of whom must be from an Asian country, in keeping with the Asian Football Confederation's (AFC) continental competition rules. The post Five I-League clubs including ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago

Bengaluru sign striker Cornell Glen

Bengaluru FC today announced the signing of striker Cornell Glen on loan until the end of the season from local side Ozone FC Bengaluru. The signing adds firepower to the Blues' strike-force ahead of the club's 2017 Federation Cup campaign with Serbian ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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