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Ranbir's Mumbai City FC launch - LIVE!
Catch all the updates and reactions from the gala as the launch of Ranbir Kapoor's Indian Super League (ISL) franchise, Mumbai City FC, is brought to you live and exclusively by Goal...
13:20 IST
We leave you, for now, with a group photo
13:16 IST
Stay tuned to Goal for more quotes and reactions. Until then, it's been Rahul Bali and Brendon Netto from the venue with Anselm Noronha at the desk. Cheerio!
13:10 IST
Arunava: Delhi grassroots will have programs for Under 14 and Under 17 kids. Mumbai is looking at six-year-olds to come and play football. We need to develop grassroots. We must provide players for the national team in the future.
13:06 IST
Ranbir: I felt very famous when Times of India carried articles when I would play in inter-school competitions.
13:03 IST
Nishant: Our grassroots for every city has a different strategy. Malad has a huge following. We are looking to year one and two and develop tournaments formats for more people to come to youth festivals. Once families start enjoying, sponsorships will also increase.
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