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AIFF revises league fixtures due to international commitments
New Delhi, Jan 25 (PTI) Keeping in mind the AFC Cup, AFC Champions League and the Olympic qualifiers, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) today revised the fixtures of 21 I-League matches with Pune FC involved in six of those games.
Pune FC, who was scheduled to play JCT in a 12th round match on January 29 (Saturday) at home, will now face the Punjab team the next day.
While the next round doesn''t see any change, Mohun Bagan''s 14th round home match against the Pune outfit will be played on February 12 instead of 13.
Dates for Pune FC''s matches against Mumbai FC, Chirag United, East Bengal and defending champions Dempo have also been altered.
Indian Arrows, earlier called the AIFF XI, will meet bottom-ranked ONGC in a 15th round away match on February 2.
The decision was taken in the I-league committee meeting here today.
As far as I-League II is concerned, the preliminary round will be held from middle to the last week of March, while the final round matches will be held from first to the third week of April at Shillong.
Venues for the preliminary round will be decided once the teams and formats are confirmed.
Korean media/fans go crazy about Spiderman Paul
Doha: India’s never-say-die attitude has been praised by the Korean media despite the Bhangra Boys’ 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Taeguk Warriors on Tuesday. Ji Dong-won scored twice as the Koreans sealed their place in the quarter-finals, while Koo Ja-cheol and substitute Son Heung-min.....Read More
Football in India came along with the British, just like cricket. Although in recent times it is playing a second fiddle to cricket, it had had its share of popularity and golden moments. No big stage in the football circuit save World Cup has managed to elude India in the past. Hence, it would be exciting to revisit the good......Read More