NORTHEAST UNITED caused a major upset tonight when they beat FC Goa 2-0 in the fourth match of ISL 2016 at Guwahati tonight.
THE THIRD EDITION of the Indian Super League has officially kicked off. As with the previous two years, this competition is extremely tight & we at TFG can take a gander at predicting which teams are most likely to end up in the mega playoffs.
THE NORTHEAST UNITED team has always had a good number of domestic players, most of them hailing from the region it represents, who have undertaken some of the most crucial roles within the squad.
Northeast United FC have picked up proven talents not only from other ISL teams to add to their sure-fire arsenal, but also made some significant loans from I-League clubs. Which makes the Highlanders' imports an interesting bunch.
OF ALL THE ISL franchises, NorthEast United sort of stood out from the get-go by their insistance on bringing in local talents.
NORTHEAST UNITED HAVE made quick work of finding themselves a new head coach after their previous appointment, Sergio Farias, departed the franchise even before the pre-season began. And the replacement they have brought in isn't half bad either. This time they have opted for 63 year old Portuguese veteran coach Eduardo Manuel Martinho Braganza de Vingada, aka Nelo Vingada.
NORTHEAST UNITED have finally spoken up about the departure of their head coach Sergio Farias who was hired by the franchise for the 2016 edition of ISL only weeks ago. And it's sort of a short statement.
SERGIO FARIAS, the newly appointed coach at NorthEast United, has gone and become the coach of a Thai club Suphanburi FC, and it seems this happened by design.
NORTHEAST UNITED FC have retained their star striker Nico Velez for the upcoming ISL season. The Argentine was their top goal scorer for NEUFC last season.
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