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The abandoned goldmine of Indian football

U-13 boys at a summer camp, the first project organised by the newly formed Guwahati City FC held the Guwahati University  stadium, Jalukbari. The camp was attended by 165 boys from the region, and also had a camper each from Bhutan and Chattisgarh.
Under-13 boys at a summer camp, the first project organised by the newly formed Guwahati City FC held the Guwahati University stadium, Jalukbari. The camp was attended by 165 boys from the region, and a camper each from Bhutan and Chattisgarh.

On Wednesday, April 5, an AFC Cup match will be held at the IGA Stadium in Guwahati, Assam. The home club is not Assamese but Aizawl FC. Other than geography, there is little that is out of the ordinary in Aizawl FC travelling nearly 500km out of Aizawl to Guwahati for a 'home' game. AFC criteria require matches be played on natural turf and maintaining a top-quality grass pitch in Mizoram is close to impossible.

The footballing incongruity lies close inside that new 'home': Assam, the region's...

Much-mocked, not heard: The story of the Indian football referee

NorthEast United's Rehenesh (orange) sent off in an ISL match against Kerala Blasters. One referee spoke about how officials need to exercise discretion when handing out red cards.
NorthEast United's Rehenesh (orange) sent off in an ISL match against Kerala Blasters. One referee spoke about how officials need to exercise discretion when handing out red cards.

Indian football's Twin Towers (yes, that's a stretched metaphor) - the Indian Super League (ISL) and the I-League - share little. Not finances, not publicity, not quality of television pictures and from this season onwards, not even players. Except 2017-18 has them in total sync, with vociferous certainty, about one part of their business - Indian referees.

In the ISL, coaches of two teams and an assistant coach have been banned for matches and hit with six-figure fines for criticising referees...

Remembering VP Sathyan, India's forgotten 'Captain'

Sathyan represented India in 40 matches and led the team in 26
Sathyan represented India in 40 matches and led the team in 26

There's a scene in the movie 'Captain', a freshly-minted Malayalam biopic on former India defender VP Sathyan, which tries to capture the conflict raging in the injured footballer's mind, between giving up one match and the longevity of his limbs.

The camera is focused on the protagonist from an immobile ceiling fan above as he painfully straddles a football between his feet, one of them wrapped in a bandage, and tosses it against the switchboard to turn it on. It's also meant to be symbolic of...

India's preparation for 'huge' Asian Cup starts now

Head coach Stephen Constantine's contract has been extended by a year, till the end of the tournament in UAE

Sunil Chhetri limps as he walks through the mixed zone at the Kanteerava Stadium, having given the Indian Super League (ISL) broadcasters an interview after leading Bengaluru FC to the playoffs in their maiden season.

He reveals it happened because of a stomp on his foot - a tiny but visible mark on his left leg validates this - and only started hurting once substituted. After answering a few questions on his club, there's a twinkle in his eye as he cuts short a query about how critical the next...

BFC travel to Male despite unrest for AFC Cup Playoff

Bengaluru FC (BFC) have decided to go ahead with their trip to Maldives for their AFC Cup playoff first leg match against TC Sports Club on February 13.'

Bengaluru FC (BFC) have decided to go ahead with their trip to Maldives for their AFC Cup playoff first leg match against TC Sports Club on February 13 despite the unrest reportedly prevailing in parts of the country. Media reports had emerged on Sunday morning of the Ministry of External Affairs advising BFC to defer their travel to Male for the match, in keeping with a February 5 advisory that asked Indian nationals to "defer all non-essential travels to Male and other atolls under further notice".

However,...