I-League 2017-18: Luis Norton de Matos happy with Indian Arrows' performance despite East Bengal loss
The Indian Arrows suffered a 0-2 defeat at the hands of East Bengal in their I-League fixture in New Delhi on Tuesday but head coach Luis Norton de Matos was happy with the performance of his players.
With this win, their fifth in eight matches, East Bengal maintain their top spot with 17 points.
I-League 2017-18: Sans goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh, Indian Arrows face tough task against table-toppers East Bengal
Indian Arrows will be without the services of its star goalkeeper Dheeraj Singh, who has quit the I-League team in an attempt to pursue a career in Europe.
High on confidence after their win over Churchill Brothers in the previous game, Chennai City FC take on Kolkata giants East Bengal in their first 'home match' of the I-League.
I-League 2017-18: Under pressure East Bengal search for first win against undefeated Shillong Lajong
Having suffered a defeat against arch-rivals Mohun Bagan in the last round, East Bengal will be desperate for their first win in the league.
I-League 2017-18: Mohun Bagan dominate midfield to register crucial win over East Bengal in Kolkata Derby
A 1-0 win over East Bengal handed Mohun Bagan a crucial win as they set the ball rolling in the domestic campaign, in search for their second I-League title.
I-League 2017-18: Mohun Bagan suffer blow as striker Aser Pierrick Dicka picks up ankle injury against East Bengal
Mohun Bagan, who jumped to top three with four points from two matches after their first win of the season on Sunday, will host Churchill Brothers in their next match.
I-League 2017-18: Mohun Bagan ride on Eze Kingsley's solitary goal to beat East Bengal in Kolkata derby
Kingsley scored off a low but powerful header from a Sony Norde corner kick to help Mohun Bagan break an anxious 40 minutes stalemate for the former champions.
I-League: Kolkata's showpiece Mohun Bagan-East Bengal derby could give league much needed shot in arm
Bagan will need to put their best foot forward and must execute every tactical plan to perfection to gain an advantage over East Bengal — while it is still early days as far as the title race is concerned, the derby in itself is a showpiece event for the football fanatics in Kolkata
I-League: Mohun Bagan, East Bengal fail to attract sponsors despite huge fan base, says AIFF general secretary
Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan and East Bengal need to put their complaints aside and do some "soul-searching" on why they have failed to attract investors.
Aizawl's new coach Menezes started out his footballing career as a player in 1996, and played for various clubs in the Portuguese second and third division
The red-and-gold have already signed a number of players part of Aizawl's title-winning run and they will be reuniting with Jamil.
AIFF hand out awards to Indian footballers as Jeje Lalpekhlua and Sasmita Malik win best men's and women's player of the year 2016. Sunil Chettri awarded special award for surpassing most number of goals scored.
East Bengal became the second team to progress to the semi-finals from Group A after they played a goalless draw against I-League Champions Aizawl FC in the Hero Federation Cup, at Cuttack on Thursday.
Khalid Jamil is a player's manager. For him, his players are an extended part of his family and only his prayers come before them. It would be fair to say that for some of them, he is as good as a father figure.
Bengaluru FC skipper Sunil Chhetri, who scored seven goals in the just-concluded edition of the I-League football tournament, has won the most coveted Hero of the League award, it was announced on Tuesday
In Aizawl FC's I-League title, Khalid Jamil earns redemption while Mizoram finds hope and recognition
Aizawl FC’s fairytale win puts the club, the city of Aizawl, Mizoram and Mizos at the forefront of national football and worldwide recognition.
In a stereotypical twist of ills that beset the underdog, Aizawl will have to do it without their captain, Alfred Jaryan, and the ever reliable full back Ashutosh Mehta. Jaryan has played every game of Aizawl’s unbelievable season.
One point is all Aizawl need now. One point to create history. To do a Leicester in Mizoram. A draw away to Shillong Lajong — their neighbours and closest derby rivals. A team they have already beaten at home.
Unheralded Mizoram side Aizawl FC beat Indian football giants Mohun Bagan by a solitary goal in a highly anticipated match to be within touching distance of their maiden I-League title in Aizawl on Saturday.