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Articles by Tanay Apte
Jan 24, 2019
Sahil Tavora takes a leap of faith in Portugal's fourth-division with GDSC Alvarenga after two seasons in Indian Super LeagueAlvarenga, a town of about 1,200 people in northern Portugal, is probably the last place where you would find an Indian midfielder in the starting lineup of the local football team. But that is exactly where Sahil Tavora finds himself.
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