Articles by Kaushal Shukla
Dec 27, 2017
Association of Indian Football Coaches launched with aim to build strong network of licensed coaches in countryThe AIFC, a body for education, training, development and welfare of Indian coaches at different levels in the nation's football hierarchy was launched at the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai on Wednesday in presence of senior AIFF officials and some top Indian coaches.
Dec 12, 2017
Champions League: Early heavyweight clashes in the tournament will dilute its business endThere are positives and negatives that the new seeding system brings with it, but in a competition like Champions League and given the a stature that it has, there must be no compromise in structure
Dec 11, 2017
Premier League: Jose Mourinho must rethink big-game approach after Manchester United's derby defeatAfter 18 games of playing his way and not quite succeeding as Manchester United manager, it may be time for Jose Mourinho to afford his players a bit more freedom in big games and allowing them to show what they are capable of.
Nov 30, 2017
ISL 2017-18: Sculpted by fierce competition, Mumbai City FC's Balwant Singh out to carve his own standingNine years on from his professional debut, and at the age of 30, Balwant is close to satisfying his potential. He is now a key figure in the national team, and the chief marksman for his club Mumbai City FC
Nov 17, 2017
ISL 2017-18: League has expanded in size and duration, as it grows in stature it will benefit Indian footballFor a young and developing league that ISL is, it has done well to expand in size and length, but for football to be truly the future, it will have to grow in stature.
Nov 15, 2017
Alan Shearer interview: I don't see England being successful at World Cup next yearAlan Shearer speaks on England's 2018 FIFA World Cup chances, what success of youth teams mean to English football and why Premier League is the most interesting league in the world
Oct 29, 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: England wear down Spain with unparalleled skill, unperturbed self-beliefif England can further hone the skills of these talented footballers and keep their self-belief intact, the future has to be bright for the Three Lions.
Oct 28, 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 final: Artistic England, Spain need substance, not just style, to lift the trophyEngland and Spain have been proponents of footballing art at the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup, and it's fitting that they are part of the competition's biggest showpiece -- the final.
Oct 27, 2017
FIFA World Cup 2018: Global governing body hikes prize money for mega event to $400 millionThe strategic body of FIFA approved an increase in the prize money for the 2018 edition to a total amount of $400 million — 12 percent up from the $358 million of the 2014 edition.
Oct 26, 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: England's strategic planning and adaptability helped them outclass BrazilEngland's win over an equally gifted Brazilian side wasn't a case of one team outplaying the other with champagne football. But it was about knowing and understanding the need of the game and putting the best foot forward.