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I-League 2012-13 Man of the match

Goal.com maintains a record of the players who have been awarded for their performances in each round of the I-League 2012-13...

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Round 1

Linekar Machado, United Sikkim
Holicharan Narzary, Pailan Arrows
Lalthuammawia Ralte, Shillong Lajong
Ryuji Sueoka, Dempo
Ranti Martins, Prayag United
Rowllin Borges, Sporting Goa
Douhou Pierre, Pune FC

Round 2

Player (United Sikkim FC 0-1 East Bengal)
Player (Pailan Arrows 2-1 Air India)
Player (Pune FC 3-2 Mumbai FC)
Akram Moghrabi, Churchill Brothers
Player (Shillong Lajong FC 1-1 Salgaocar FC)
Player (Mohun Bagan 1-2 Prayag United SC)
Player (Sporting Clube de Goa 0-5 Dempo SC)

Round 3

Yusa Katsumi, ONGC FC
Akram Moghrabi, Churchill Brothers
Player (United Sikkim FC 1-2 Dempo SC)
Player (Shillong Lajong FC 1-2 Sporting Clube de Goa)
Player (Air India 0-1 Mohun Bagan)
Deepak Devrani, Pailan Arrows
Player (East Bengal 1-0 Pune FC)

Round 4

Peter Carvalho, Dempo SC
Player (Mumbai FC 0-1 Salgaocar FC)
Player (United Sikkim FC 0-0 Pailan Arrows)
Odafa Okolie, Mohun Bagan
Minchol Son, Shillong Lajong
Yusa Katsumi, ONGC FC
Roberto Silva, Churchill Brothers

Round 5

Subhash Singh, Pune FC
Hassan Odeola, ONGC FC
Player (Mumbai FC 3-2 Sporting Clube de Goa)
Bilal Najjarine, Churchill Brothers
Ranti Martins, Prayag United
Player (Air India 0-3 East Bengal)
Player (Dempo SC 4-1 Shillong Lajong FC)

Round 6

Robin Gurung, ONGC FC
Syed Rahim Nabi, Mohun Bagan
Player (Mumbai FC 4-1 Shillong Lajong FC)
Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, East Bengal
Lalkamal Bhowmick, Prayag United
*match postponed* (Pune FC-Air India)
Seiya Sugishita, Sporting Goa

Round 7

Player (Prayag United SC 1-1 Salgaocar FC)
Narayan Das, Pailan Arrows
Player (Shillong Lajong FC 0-1 Churchill Brothers SC)
Naoba Singh, East Bengal
Player (Pune FC 2-2 United Sikkim FC)
Joaquim Abranches, Dempo
Gabriel Fernandes, Mumbai FC

Round 8

Harmanjot Khabra, East Bengal
Player (Air India - United Sikkim FC)
Player (Sporting Clube de Goa - Pune FC)
Sushil Singh, Shillong Lajong FC
Bikramjeet Singh, Churchill Brothers
Player (Mumbai FC - ONGC FC)
Player (Dempo SC - Mohun Bagan)

Round 9

Milan Singh, Pailan Arrows
Player (Shillong Lajong FC - East Bengal)
Ryuji Sueoka, Dempo
Monotosh Ghosh, United Sikkim FC
Evans Quao, Mumbai FC
Baldeep Singh, Air India
Player (Pune FC - Mohun Bagan)

Round 10

Player (Pailan Arrows - Churchill Brothers SC)
Player (United Sikkim FC - Shillong Lajong FC)
Player (Dempo SC - Prayag United SC)
Player (ONGC FC - Sporting Clube de Goa)
Player (East Bengal - Mohan Bagan)
Player (Salgaocar FC - Pune FC)
Player (Air India - Mumbai FC)

Round 11

Player (Salgaocar FC - ONGC FC)
Player (Mohun Bagan - Pailan Arrows)
Player (Mumbai FC - United Sikkim FC)
Player (Dempo SC - Pune FC)
Player (East Bengal - Prayag United SC)
Player (Air India - Shillong Lajong FC)
Player (Churchill Brothers SC - Sporting Clube de Goa)

Round 12

Player (Salgaocar FC - Sporting Clube de Goa)
Player (ONGC FC - Shillong Lajong FC)
Player (Pailan Arrows - Dempo SC)
Player (Pune FC- Prayag United SC)
Player (Churchill Brothers SC - Air India)
Player (Mohun Bagan - United Sikkim FC)
Player (Mumbai FC - East Bengal)

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I am very proud. With the quality players we bring, we will make the Indian players better. When you play besides a top player, you learn.

It is always difficult. We have never done this before. You have some good players but you have to educate. All the best players came from the street. You don’t have good infrastructure but in 2026, maybe India can play in the World Cup but we have to work together to achieve it.
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Kushal Das:

We are excited about the ISL. We have an ongoing I-League, but the ISL is the adrenaline shot indian football needs. Our focus is on youth and grassroot programmes. At the top of the pyramid, we need visibility and commerce. I look forward to the opening game on the 12th of October. It will be a game changer.

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Andy Knee:

All the teams have more or less got the players they wanted. But I think by and large, we can be very happy. If you saw the number of clubs they have played for, over 9000 games played by them. This is the level of an international player.

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David James:

Q: Is the money good?

A: It is subject to each player. I can’t answer that question. This wasn’t a financial decision for me. I am doing my A license. I have aspirations to be a manager. I enjoyed my football coupled with the fact that this is another adventure for me. There was this nagging thought in my head, 'India with 1.2 billion people haven’t produced a side to win the AFC.' It doesn’t make sense that India is 150 in the world.

Most compelling was meeting Sachin and talking about Indian football. Sachin’s dream is what I share. The opportunity was multi-faceted. It’s a wonderful challenge. Kerala Blasters gave me that option.
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