This suggests that the axe has finally fallen on the two public sector clubs, namely Air India and ONGC, who remain the only two clubs in the I-League who have failed to meet the essential norms.
"The clubs needed some clarifications so we decided a workshop would be the best option. There will be discussions on the timelines and how soon we can complete the formalities," I-League CEO Sunando Dhar had confirmed to The Times of India on Wednesday.
Failing to register themselves as a separate entity was reportedly the only criterion that led to the Air India and ONGC FC to be ousted, while AIFF President Praful Patel has already mentioned that they are on the lookout for replacements.
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