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Eight clubs 'seek answers' from AIFF on future of I-League

Of the eight clubs, Real Kashmir and Chennai City (pictured), as well as East Bengal are in contention for the I-League title.
Of the eight clubs, Real Kashmir and Chennai City (pictured), as well as East Bengal are in contention for the I-League title.

Even as the I-League season heads towards a close finish -- with three teams still in contention for the 2018-19 title -- eight of 11 clubs have written to All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel requesting a meeting on February 20 to "seek answers" regarding the league's future.

The letter -- bearing the names of top office-bearers of Aizawl FC, Chennai City, Churchill Brothers, Gokulam Kerala, reigning champions Minerva Punjab, Mohun Bagan, NEROCA and East Bengal -- says...

I-League scenarios: How the title race is shaping up

Wins for Churchill Brothers, Real Kashmir and East Bengal -- all three chasing league leaders Chennai City FC -- over have thrown the I-League title race wide open over the last three days. How could the next three games for the top four teams pan out, and what do they need to do to keep themselves in the hunt for the title come March?

East Bengal (25 points from 13 matches)

Coming up: NEROCA (h) - Feb 7, Real Kashmir (a) - Feb 10, Shillong Lajong (h) - Feb 14

East Bengal ended a 15-year drought...

Srinagar to host I-League matches despite Real Kashmir's appeal citing political tension

More than 10,000 turned up to watch Real Kashmir make their I-League first-division home debut in Srinagar on Tuesday.
More than 10,000 turned up to watch Real Kashmir make their I-League first-division home debut in Srinagar on Tuesday.

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) will hold its next two I-League fixtures in Srinagar on December 5 and 11, despite reservations expressed by home club Real Kashmir FC about a fragile political climate in the Valley. Real Kashmir FC had approached AIFF asking for the next two matches (against Aizawl and Shillong Lajong) to be deferred to a later date following an escalation in tension in the Valley after the deaths of close to 30 militants.

I-League CEO Sunando Dhar confirmed to ESPN that...

A goalless but 'very, very special' home debut for Real Kashmir

More than 10,000 turned up to watch Real Kashmir make their I-League first-division home debut in Srinagar on Tuesday.
More than 10,000 turned up to watch Real Kashmir make their I-League first-division home debut in Srinagar on Tuesday.

Over the course of an afternoon, Real Kashmir FC were given an extended version of what their debut season in the I-League would be like. Fifteen minutes before kick-off, the crowd was sparse, with genuine worry about how many would turn up to watch the first I-League first-division match to be held in the state. Fifteen minutes in, fans of several stripes, men and a few women (also sighted: one baby), had surged and fast-walked into the ground, packed the stands (the official numbers had them...

Winter is coming: Snow sets stage for Real Kashmir's home debut

Real Kashmir will take on Churchill Brothers in Srinagar, now the I-League's highest venue.
Real Kashmir will take on Churchill Brothers in Srinagar, now the I-League's highest venue.

In Kashmiri, the word for snow is sheen. In English, the word sheen means a lustre, a gleam, a luminosity. When Real Kashmir FC turn up in front of their home fans for the first time in the I-League First Division against Churchill Brothers on Tuesday, they will hope that the sheen -- in either Kashmiri or English, if not both -- will serve its purpose. It is a match that is so loaded down with significance, history, opportunity for those participating and watching, that Real Kashmir must be grateful...