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.
5 EAST BENGAL PLAYERS were seen taking the train back to Kolkata from Cuttack and riding in a general compartment after their Kolkata Derby defeat last night to arch rivals Mohun Bagan, which effectively ended the season for the Red and Golds
Mohun Bagan defeated Kingfisher East Bengal 2-0 in the semi-finals of the Hero Federation Cup at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, Odisha today.
THE ISL ORGANIZERS IMG-Reliance have pushed the merger-ball back to the I-League clubs' court today with the issuing of an Invitation to Bid (ITB) for adding new franchises to the tournament.
A brace by Robin Singh was enough for East Bengal to secure the victory in this Group A encounter
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
Goals in either half by East Bengal against a hapless Mumbai FC who could hardly manage any shot on goal
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