ACTOR RANBIR KAPOOR whose Mumbai City FC football team in the Indian Super League (ISL) had underperformed last season,
MUMBAI CITY FC announces the signing of Tunisiaâ€™s Selim Benachour for the Indian Super League (ISL) Season 2.
MUMBAI CITY FC today announced the signing of the attacking midfielder Andre Moritz for the Indian Super League (ISL) Season 2
MUMBAI CITY FC announces the retention of Czech defender Pavel ÄŒmovÅ¡ and signing on of Haitian striker Sony Norde for the Indian Super League (ISL) Season 2
Welcome Sony Norde! This lethal striker from Mohun Bagan will be joining our ranks to help us wreak havoc on defences pic.twitter.com/MN2aPX3xov— Mumbai City FC (@MumbaiCityFC) July 15, 2015
Four franchises, namely Pune, Chennai, Kolkata and Delhi had bagged two players each while Mumbai and NorthEast got one apiece. But it was the two Maharashtra franchises that came out winners as they secured three of the most wanted players for themselves.
Indian Super League might have been launched with enthusiastic reception from the fans last year but it incurred a loss of more than Rs 100 crore in its inaugural edition with each of the eight franchises losing Rs 35 crore
Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Mumbai City FC on Monday roped in two footballers - Spaniard Juan Aguilera Nunez and Ireland's Darren O'dea - for the second edition of the competition, starting on October 3.
The build-up to the second edition of the Indian Super League has taken full swing, and it's set to be another star-studded affair as the franchises have begun, one by one, securing the services of players of international reputation to feature in the gala event come October.
The Mohun Bagan winger, after playing a crucial role in his club's I-League triumph, is set to debut in the Indian Super League, playing for Mumbai City.
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