FIFA, AFC officials visit Mohammedan Sporting Club, hold talks over possible I-League, India Super League merger

Kolkata: FIFA and AFC officials visited the Mohammedan Sporting Club tent and held a meeting with club officials to discuss the possibility of having one league in India next year.

The two-member delegation comprising of FIFA consultant Nic Coward and Head of AFC-UEFA Affairs Alex Phillips. AFP

The two-member delegation comprised of FIFA consultant Nic Coward and Head of AFC-UEFA Affairs Alex Phillips. AFP

The two-member delegation comprising of FIFA consultant Nic Coward and Head of AFC-UEFA Affairs Alex Phillips along side Hero I-League CEO Sunanda Dhar and FSDL official Chirag Tanna had a discussion with club's general secretary Ghazal uz Zafar and aides.

In the meeting, the club has demonstrated it's rich legacy and the recent success in youth development, and the delegates took note of the points made by the club and praised it's efforts in youth development.


Updated Date: Sep 14, 2017 21:05 PM

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