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Chennaiyin FC appoint Owen Coyle as Head Coach

Chennaiyin FC have appointed 53-year-old Scotsman Owen Coyle as their new Head Coach. He replaces John Gregory as the head coach of the ISL club.

Coyle, a former English Premier League manager with Burnley and Bolton Wanderers, joins CFC on a contract till the end of the season.

"I am incredibly proud to join Chennaiyin FC as Head Coach. It will be my immense privilege to join a club with so much success already in its early history with two ISL titles. I believe we possess a squad with great potential...

The ISL Wrap: Classic Castel, Goa's discipline woes and more

Star of the week

Sergio Castel

Two goals in two games to earn Jamshedpur FC a win at FC Goa and a draw against NorthEast United this week. The 24-year-old forward, on loan from Atletico Madrid, has hit the ground running in India. Combining clinical finishing with tireless, endless running, Castel has been putting on some exceptional displays of classical centre forward play.

With the teams having all played six games, Jamshedpur are tied on top of the table with ATK, with Castel scoring five of...

Chennaiyin FC part ways with coach John Gregory

Chennai -- Two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions Chennaiyin FC on Saturday announced they were parting ways with head coach John Gregory, who had led the side to the title in the 2017-18 season.

The 65-year-old Englishman however endured a nightmarish run in the 2018-19 season when they finished at the bottom of the standings.

The team is having a lacklustre run in the ongoing season as well, managing just one win from six matches. They drew two and lost three games.

"The club would like...

Man City's ISL investment 'huge endorsement for Indian football'

On Thursday, in what was heavily advertised as a 'landmark moment' in Indian football, European giants and defending Premier League champions Manchester City joined hands with Mumbai City FC, agreeing to buy a 65% stake in the ISL club. 

The deal, which makes Mumbai the eighth club to be part of the City Football Group (CFG) network, was announced amid much fanfare and inevitably brought with it the potential of access to the conglomerate's deep pockets and the world-class facilities....

Manchester City owners to add Mumbai team to their collection

Ale Moreno says Man City's comeback win over Chelsea kept the door to the Premier League title slightly open.

The owners of Premier League champions Manchester City have agreed to buy a 65% stake in Indian Super League (ISL) football team Mumbai City FC, the City Football Group (CFG) said in a statement on Thursday.

The ISL team would become the eight club in the CFG network. CFG will become a majority shareholder in the Mumbai club, while existing shareholders Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh will together control the remaining 35% stake.

"City Football Group is committed to the future of football in India...