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INDIAN I-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Chennai City 13 4 3 43
2 East Bengal 13 3 4 42
3 R. Kashmir 10 6 3 36
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I-League clubs request PM to 'intervene and save Indian football'

On the eve of an All India Football Federation (AIFF) executive committee meeting in New Delhi that could decide on their future, six I-League clubs have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting him to set up an enquiry commission and "probe" the federation's functioning.

The AIFF is due to discuss the elevation of the franchise-based Indian Super League (ISL) to the top division at the expense of the I-League, and one of the officials from the I-League clubs told ESPN, "We know...

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I-League clubs fined for Super Cup pullout

The All India Football Federation's (AIFF) Disciplinary Committee imposed a fine of Rs 10 lakh each on five I-League clubs, including former champions Aizawl FC and Minerva Punjab FC, while East Bengal were told to pay Rs 5 lakh on Thursday, for pulling out of the Super Cup in March-April.

Churchill Brothers, Gokulam Kerala FC and Neroca FC were the other three clubs fined Rs 10 lakh each.

The Committee did not give any decision against Mohun Bagan and referred the case for arbitration since the...

'With PK in the team, you just knew anything could happen'

To talk about my association with PK, I would have to go back more than 50 years. When we were playing domestic football, he used to play for Railways and I used to turn out for Tatas, and then for Maharashtra and Bombay in the Santosh Trophy. My relationship with him was cordial, and we always caught up and cracked jokes when drawn to play each other.

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I used to play right half, what you would call right midfield in modern football, in a 3-2-5...

Minerva Punjab's no-show latest chapter in Super Cup's fading relevance for I-League clubs

In keeping with their announcement earlier this week, Minerva Punjab did not show up for their opening game of the Super Cup against FC Pune City in Bhubaneswar on Friday. Six other I-League clubs have also threatened to withdraw, and Churchill Brothers are understood to be unsure about participation. What does it mean for the Super Cup and what should fans expect from this tournament?  

The rumours about plans to relegate I-League to the second division behind ISL had resulted in...