Change of coach triggered the change of a humble-budget team to avoiding relegation and even reaching the Federation on the first season after exile
A ROBUST VICTORY by 3-1 margin for Federation Cup debutants Chennai City FC drag down Churchill Brothers with themselves, ensuring none of them would qualify for the semi-finals.
Aizawl FC's last gasp goal helps them beat Churchill Brothers 1-2 on a windy and rainy game
Wedson's solo effort saw East Bengal take the lead in the second half but a late surge by Churhcill saw Kromah bringing parity in the scoreline
Bengaluru FC finished off their Hero I-League campaign defeating Churchill Brothers 3-0, their sixth win (including AFC Cup) in as many matches.
CHURCHILL BROTHERS will look to collect as many as points to not give away any room for Mumbai FC when they face Chennai at home.
DERRICK PEREIRA is happy with one point while Oscar Bruzon says will fight till the end to avoid relegation.
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