India football team coach Stephen Constantine handed one-year contract extension

Indian national football team coach Stephen Constantine has been offered a one-year extension by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) keeping in mind preparations for the 2019 Asian Cup.

PTI November 16, 2016 22:27:01 IST
India football team coach Stephen Constantine handed one-year contract extension

Indian national football team coach Stephen Constantine has been offered a one-year extension by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) keeping in mind preparations for the 2019 Asian Cup.

India football team coach Stephen Constantine handed oneyear contract extension

Indian head coach Stephen Constantine. AIFF

Constantine has been offered a contract until February 2018.

The 54-year-old Englishman has been given the offer by AIFF in a meeting held at the AIFF House New Delhi on Tuesday.

According to sources, AIFF general secretary Kushal Das met Constantine to discuss the terms and conditions.

Sources said Constantine's contract will be performance-based and his performance with the national team will be reviewed after every six months.

According to sources, Constantine is expected to sign the extension contract later this week.

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