In both editions of the ISL, FC Goa have played like the best team in the tournament without actually achieving that tag.
The influential casino lobby will soon decide who Goa's future Chief Minister and ministers would be, opposition legislator Pandurang Madkaikar told the Goa assembly on Wednesday.
FC Goa co-owners Shrinivas Dempo and Dattaraj Salgaocar Friday withdrew their stakes from the franchise, surprisingly soon after the Indian Super League appeals panel lifted the ban on the duo for "bringing disrepute" to the tournament following last year's final.
Former Chief Justice of Bombay High Court, Kshitij Vyas, will pronounce his verdict next week on FSDL and FC Goa's appeal against sanctions imposed on them by ISL's Regulatory Commission for boycotting the prize distribution ceremony following last edition's final.
Indian Super League (ISL) side FC Goa, which was slapped a Rs 11 crore fine and their co-owners Shrinivas Dempo and Dattaraj Salgaocar banned for two and three seasons respectively, has challenged the order of the tournament's regulatory commission.
With a 15 point deduction set to turn FC Goa's next ISL football campaign into an exercise in futility, the organisers Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) a joint venture between IMG-Reliance and Star India, has appealed to members of Regulatory Commission reconsider their decision.
Despite there being plenty of positives about the ISL Regulation committee's bold ruling like not sparing the AIFF vice-president, the adverse impact it may have on the sport and the league renders the ruling bordering more towards the sensational than substantial.
FC Goa team management has expressed "surprise and shock" at the Rs.11 crore fine and the ban on FC Goa co-owners Dattaraj Salgaocar and Srinivas Dempo to three and two years
While FC Goa fully deserved to be heavily sanctioned, was a three-fold punishment, so harsh on all three counts, necessary?
In an unprecedented decision, Indian Super League side FC Goa were today slapped a whopping fine of Rs 11 crore while their co-owners Shrinivas Dempo and Dattaraj Salgaocar were banned for two and three seasons respectively for "bringing disrepute" to the tournament.
The regulatory commission of the Indian Super League will meet on Tuesday in Mumbai to pronounce its final verdict on the controversy relating to the scuffle between Chennaiyin FC's Brazillian marquee player Elano Blumer and FC Goa officials after the summit clash of the ISL second season in December 2015.
A footage has emerged that sheds new light on the incident involving Chennaiyin FC captain and marquee player Elano Blumer and the FC Goa dugout after the ISL 2015 final.
FC Goa co-owner Dattaraj Salgaocar said on Monday said that Chennaiyin FC captain Elano Blumer's "ungentlemanly behaviour" forced him to lodge complain with the Goa Police instead of referring the matter to the ISL disciplinary committee.
FIR filed against Chennaiyin star Elano for alleged tunnel bust-up before ISL 2015 trophy presentation
An FIR was registered against Chennaiyin's Brazilian star Elano Blumer after an alleged brawl near the dug-out and the tunnel area just before the Indian Super League trophy presentation
After a 28-year press run, Sunaparant, Goa’s only Konkani newspaper published in the devanagri script, will cease to exist from 1 August.