Bengaluru FC defender Rahul Bheke joins hosts Chiranjit Ojha & Kevin Barboza to discuss turning 30, maintaining fitness during lockdown and atmosphere inside the ISL bubble. He also predicts how 2021 will go for himself, Bengaluru FC and the Indian Football Team. Meanwhile, the hosts delve deep into BFC's performances so far and forecast their future matches.
Mohun Bagan beat Kerala Blasters in the opening game but up next are their arch rivals East Bengal. TFG Indian Football Roundup hosts Chiranjit Ojha and Kevin Barboza break down #KBFC's performance and future possibilities going forward into Indian Super League 2020-21 and preview the Kolkata Derby
Host Chiranjit Ojha discusses the recent events in Indian football and talks to Debanjan aka The Footy Traveller, a fan-journalist who has documented football fan cultures across the world.
Host Chiranjit Ojha discusses the challenges posed by COVID-19 towards Indian football, East Bengal's ISL entry, and former Aizawl FC head coach Paulo Menezes drops by for an in-depth chat about his time in India.
AS REACTIONS POUR IN from all corners of the Indian football landscape about Mohun Bagan's tie-up with the management of ATK to enter the Indian Super League, old TFG pals reunite to discuss the matter in-depth.
Mohun Bagan fans around the world are relieved that the new logo & colours of their football team have kept their beloved club's identity intact
VETERAN FOOTBALL COMMENTATOR, author and journalist Novy Kapadia is taking part in a four part podcast series produced by Dynamos Ultras about the history of Delhi football.
Hailing from Bangalore, Akhil Rabindra is a racing driver who has competes at the GT4 European Series, driving an Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for the PROsport Performance team, achieving multiple podium finishes in the 2019 season.
Host Chiranjit Ojha catches up with Unni, discussing the journey of the @FNI account, and its owner's experiences at a high level football club.
This episode of TFG Indian Football Roundup discusses the story of Dynamos Ultras, the supporter club of the erstwhile ISL franchise Delhi Dynamos, who lost the club they loved and instead of giving up decided to become stakeholders in Delhi football to grow the sport in the city and beyond.