THE AFC HAS broken down the roadmap for re-structuring the Indian football league system into three distinct target sections in its proposal to AIFF, I-League clubs and ISL representatives.
AIZAWL FC HAVE BACKED the demands of East Bengal and Mohun Bagan about the re-structuring of Indian football, and spoken out in favour of an open system for the future top division league.
I-LEAGUE CLUB MOHUN BAGAN, who were one of the active participants in today's all-stakeholder meeting to decide on the future of I-League, ISL and Indian football, have just released their account of what happened in that meeting.
THE ALL-IMPORTANT Indian football all-stakeholder meeting held in Kuala Lumpur has come to an end, and it has not produced any consensus or decision of note.
BENGALURU FC, the only Indian club still pursuing an Asian campaign, have been picked to play April 25th Sports Club in their first knockout round of AFC Cup 2017.
ALBERT ROCA, coach of Benglauru FC leads the celebration in the dressing room after their win over Maziya in the AFC Cup group stage.
THE QUESTION MARK over how effective the mega all-stakeholder meeting of 7th June in Kuala Lumpur will actually be is set to grow bigger as some ISL franchises have begun to pull out of the meeting.