BENGALURU FC HAVE finally submitted their bid for participation in the Indian Super League, although much of their final decision depends on the view AFC take of ISL.
A NERVY, END TO END contest that went down to the wire of extra time saw Bengaluru FC overcome Mohun Bagan 2-0 and write their name on the Federation Cup 2017, the highest cup tournament in the country.
Pre-final press conference before the Federation Cup final between defending champions Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC
FANS voice out their support on Twitter for footballer CK Vineeth following his sacking from the Kerala AG's office
IN THIS COLLECTION of rumours and updates around the ISL bidding process from around the country we try to paint a wholesome picture of the process going on behind closed doors as Indian football gears up for a major transition.
A heavily-rested and young Bengaluru FC squad went down fighting 3-1 to Mohun Bagan in a Group E fixture of the AFC Cup, at the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium
LIKE A HOUSE OF CARDS, the last bit of resistance to ISL's takeover of the Indian football league system seems to have fallen apart.
IT SEEMS THE PRESSURE put on the I-League big three by IMG-Reliance is bearing fruit for them, as multiple clubs are now considering a to have a gander at the ISL.
SUNIL CHHETRI is set to miss the Federation Cup final and is unsure to play for India due to a hamstring caused by fatigue while playing in the Cup tournament.
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