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Vasco Vs. AIFF & Lajong - Possible Arguments
With Vasco SC filing a suit in Goa against the All India Football Federation (AIFF) and Shillong Lajong hoping that they shall get a berth in the I-League 2011-12 season, Goal.com looks at what could be the line of action for each of three parties involved…
Vasco SC Drags AIFF & Lajong To Court
The Goan side have decided to take the Indian FA to court after they claim their appeal fell on deaf ears…
Dempo Confirm New Signings
Having missed out on the I-League title this season and with Beto and Kalu Nnanna set to leave, Dempo SC are desperate to add more ammunition for the next season. Coach Armando Colaco mentioned of the additions of Joy Ferrao and Koko Sakibo from Vasco SC besides roping in Rowilson Rodrigues from Churchill Brothers SC.
Division Two Qualification Scenario
Only two out of five clubs will qualify from the second division for next season's I-League. With all set to be decided in the last round of matches there are many permutations and combinations upon which the fate of each team depends. Goal.com tells you the qualification scenario of each side.
Shillong Unfit As Division II Venue
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) decided to award the hosting rights of the final round of games to Meghalaya Football Association, quite a few teams have gained an undue advantage of getting to play in 'home' conditions. It must be pointed that a couple of clubs had raised this issue prior to the competition's prelimnary rounds kicked-off but the verdict wasn't reviewed.
The Second Division Story
United Sikkim, Southern Samity and Mohammedan SC have already confirmed their slots in the main round of league to be held in Shillong where they will be joined by Sporting Clube de Goa and Shillong Lajong SC who gain a directly entry as they were the relegated teams from I-League last season.
The Vasco coach showers praise on Madurai District Football Association and highlights a point of concern as to whether or not they will recover their incurred expenses. The Goan team started their run by beating Chandni FC and BEML, 6-0 and 8-0 respectively, in their first two matches...
|1||Milagrio Medeira||Goalkeeper||25||Bernado Pires||Midfielder|
|12||Vivek Gupta||Goalkeeper||30||Vincent Pires||Midfielder|
|4||Sunil Kumar||Defender||32||Sherzod Nazarov||Midfielder|
|16||Jose Colaco||Defender||-||Sibra Narzary||Midfielder|
|17||Agnew ‘D’ Souza||Defender||-||Edison Sequeira||Midfielder|
|18||Elvino Fernandes||Defender||-||Abdul Shamin||Midfielder|
|23||Sujay Mondal||Defender||27||Selrino Gonsalves||Striker|
|31||Yorkin Nazarov||Defender||-||Ravshan Teshabaev||Striker|
|11||Donald Rocha||Midfielder||-||Mario De Souza||Manager/Coach|
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