In this episode Chiranjit and Kevin tackle a number of issues unfolding in Indian football, with multiple top division clubs including Neroca FC and Minerva Punjab FC facing a possible shutdown
On this episode Kevin and Chiranjit bring you the news millions of Indian football fans have been waiting for - I-League and ISL are going to be fully merged from next season forming one big strong league to be the top division of Indian Football. Also, updates from the ongoing Super Cup.
While the Indian Women's team has brought a smile to every fan's face by claiming supremacy at the SAFF Women's Championship with a hard fought victory over hosts Nepal, the complications are never-ending at the domestic football scene with I-League clubs still in loggerheads with AIFF over the future of league football in the country and the Hero Super Cup bearing the brunt of that tussle.
Chennai City FC have made history, becoming the first ever club from Tamil Nadu to become the Champions of India.
Podcast on how the conclusion of the I-League 2018-19 title race has gone down to the wire, and two simultaneous matches featuring East Bengal and Chennai City
n the aftermath of the deadly terrorist attack in Pulwama, Minerva Punjab FC have declined to visit Srinagar for their away match against Real Kashmir FC. We discuss whether their decision was correct, before diving deep into the complicated developments surrounding East Bengal and Mohun Bagan's entry in ISL which involves Quess, ATK, multiple potential investors and the chief minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee.
In this episode we discuss an eventful week in Indian football. Bengaluru FC suffered their first loss of the campaign. I-League title race was shook up by Real Kashmir's win over Chennai City. Kolkata Derby saw East Bengal beat Mohun Bagan, which triggered a fallout between the management and fans in the latter club. We also catch up with Jamshedpur FC defender and former Indian international Raju Gaikwad about his journey in football and the targets for the season.
With the Asian Cup over, the focus of Indian football shift back to the domestic season. We discuss the Indian Super League's resumption and the marquee clash between Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City. The I-League title race is entering its final stretch and we ponder whether Chennai City FC have secured victory already, or if other clubs can still catch them.
In an eventful week of I-League and ISL action, we discuss some of the interesting things that happened in the recent matches;
The international friendly between Jordan and India became much more than a football match when the Indian team went out to play the game with a depleted side