Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results: 3rd-4th March 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results
Hero i-League 2015 Results: 3rd-4th March 2015
03.03.2015
Salgaocar FC 2-1 Shillong Lajong FC
SFC: Darryl Duffy(19th-Assist Douhou Pierre), Douhou Pierre(43rd-To be Confirmed)
SLFC: Cornell Glen(25th-Penalty)
Hero of the Match: Subrata Paul(Salgaocar FC)

Mumbai FC 1-1 Bengaluru FC
MFC: Joshimar(49th-Assist Ashutosh Mehta)
BFC: Eugeneson Lyngdoh(31st-Assist Sean Rooney)
Hero of the Match: Nidhin Lal(Mumbai FC)

04.03.2015
Dempo SC 1-1 Mohun Bagan
DSC: Calum Angus(88th-Came after a faulty clearance)
MB: Balwant Singh(31st-Assist Sony Norde)
Hero of the Match: Calum Angus(Dempo SC)

Kalyani Bharat FC 1-0 SC Goa
KBFC: Mehrajuddin Wadoo(60th-Lester Fernandes-To be Confirmed)
Hero of the Match: Mehrajuddin Wadoo(Bharat FC)

Monday, March 2, 2015

26 member Indian squad announced for FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualifiers against Nepal

26 member Indian Squad announced for World Cup qualifiers against Nepal
Stephen Constantine shortlists 26 players for
India’s Preliminary Joint Qualification Round 1
for the 2018 FIFA World Cup
Russia against Nepal
Newly appointed head coach Stephen Constantine has named 26 probables who will be reporting to the Preparatory Camp in Guwahati for India’s Preliminary Joint Qualification Round 1 for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia against Nepal.

The first of the two leg will be played at the Indira Gandhi Athletics Stadium in Sajusarai on March 12, while the return leg is slated to be played in Kathmandu on March 17.

The 26 member squad is as follows:

GOALKEEPERS: Subrata Paul, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Arindam Bhattacharya.

DEFENDERS: Keegan Pereira, Shaumik Dey, Arnab Mondal, Aiborlang Khongjee, Sandesh Jhingan, Augstine Fernandes, Pritam Kotal.

MIDFIELDERS: Prabir Das, Francis Fernandes, Lenny Rodrigues, Eugeneson Lyngdoh,  Anthony D’Souza, Cabin Lobo, Lalrindika Ralte, Dhanapal Ganesh.

FORWARDS: Mandar Rao Desai, Alwyn George, Holicharan Narzary, Sunil Chhetri, Robin Singh, Balwant Singh, Jeje Lalpekhlua, Jackichand Singh.

Head Coach: Stephen Constantine.

The first leg which will be played in Guwahati on 12th March 2015, will kick off at 7 PM IST.

Dempo SC part ways with Coach Arthur Papas

Arthur Papas and Dempo SC part ways
Arthur Papas resigns from Dempo SC Head Coach post

Dempo SC has officially announced that it has been agreed last week to part ways with Chief Coach Arthur Papas after the Australian resigned citing personal reasons.

Chief Coach Arthur Papas joined the Club in June 2013 and in that period guided the Club to a 4th place finish in the 2013/14 season as well as reaching the semi-finals and finals of the Federation cup in 2014 and 2015 respectively.

During his 20 month stint with Dempo, Papas identified and nurtured a host of young domestic talent, a tenure which culminated last week with as many as eleven players selected as part of the National Team setups.

“I wish to place on record my thanks to Mr. Shrinivas Dempo, support staff and the players for the period of employment as Head Coach of Dempo SC, and wish the Club continued success for the rest of the season and beyond” stated Mr. Papas.

Mr Shrinivas V. Dempo wished him good luck in his future footballing endeavours.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

i-League Videos: Ranti Martins scores 5 Goals for East Bengal against Dempo SC

Watch all the 5 goals scored by Ranti Martins as he single handedly destroyed Dempo SC in the i-League encounter which ended 5-1 in East Bengal's favor with Carlos Hernandes scoring the lone goal for Arthur Papas' men.

Hero i-League 2015 Results: 1st March 2015

Hero i-League 2015 Results
Hero i-League 2015 Results: 1st March 2015
Hero i-League 2015 Results
01.03.2015

Dempo SC 1-5 Kingfisher East Bengal
DSC: Carlos Hernandes(Penalty, 27th)
EB: Ranti Martins(1st-Assist followed up Dudu's saved shot, 12th-Assist Robert Lalthlanumna, Penalty 59th, 64th-Assist Lalrindika Ralte, 86th-Assist Leo Bertos)

Hero i-League 2015 Results: 27th-28th February 2015



Hero i-League 2015 Results
Hero i-League Results: 27th-28th February 2015
Hero i-League 2015 Results
27.02.2015

Shillong Lajong FC 3-4 Mohun Bagan
SLFC: Cornell Glen(26th-Assist Boithang Haokip, 63rd-Penalty), Ulliams Souza Silva(89th-Assist Cornell Glen)
MB: Balwant Singh(2nd-Kinshuk Debnath, 15th-Assist Sony Norde), Katsumi Yusa(73rd-Assist Dhanachandra Singh), Pierre Boya(82nd-Penalty)
Hero of the Match – Dhanachandra Singh (MB)

Kalyani Bharat FC 0-2 Mumbai FC
MFC: Joshimar(Penalty-36th), Sampath Kuttymani(71st-Came from a rebound after Joshimar's shot)
Hero of the Match – Taisuke Matsugae (MFC)

28.02.2015
Pune FC 1-0 Royal Wahingdoh FC
PFC: T. Haokip(27th-Assist Nikhil Kadam)
Hero of the Match - T.Haokip(Pune FC)

SC Goa 1-3 Bengaluru FC
BFC: Sean Rooney (29th-Assist Robin Singh, 45th-Direct Freekick), Beikhokhei Beingaichho (86th-Assist Robin Singh)
SCG: Anthony Wolfe(66th-Assist Victorino Fernandes)
Hero of the match: Sean Rooney(BFC)

Friday, February 27, 2015

Transfers: Salgaocar FC sign Yemen International Khaled Hasan Baleid

Salgaocar FC sign Khaled Hasan Baleid
Salgaocar FC sign Yemen International Khaled Hasan Baleid
Salgaocar FC have completed their quota of foreign signings after having acquired the services of Yemen International, Khaled Hasan Baleid until the end of the season. Khaled arrived in Goa in the wee hours of the morning and signed on the dotted line for the Greens after clearing his medicals.

Salgaocar FC have been on the lookout for their fourth foreigner under the Asian quota for a while now and had shortlisted a couple of players in the process. Eventually, Khaled was found most suited to coach Derrick Pereira’s scheme of things given his versatility.  He is adept at playing as an out and out striker as well as a winger. He has in the past also been deployed as a withdrawn striker for both club and country to good effect.

“We’ve been found wanting going forward in our last 2 games and the signing of Khaled should provide us with a few more options in attack”, remarked the Salgaocar gaffer.

Khaled, aged 28, has been part of the Yemen national side for a few years now and even scored in his country’s 6-3 win over India in Pune in 2010 in an International friendly. He represented the Yemen national youth side at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2003 and was also part of the team that finished Runners-up in the AFC U-17 Championship a year prior, losing to South Korea in finals via penalties.

More recently, he has won the League title and President’s Cup with Al Tilal, Yemen, a club he has long served. He will sport Jersey No. 16 at his new club.  
 
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