We welcome our new Writer Juniad

Its an honor to bring in front of you a new aspiring Writer from Hyderabad.The young lad is currently studying in Saint George College, is a die hard fan of Indian Football. Here is more information about him:

Name: Mohammed Abdul Sattar
Aliases: Juniad, Junaid Bradd
Place  : Hyderabad
Email : JunaidBradd@gmail.com, Mdabdullsattar@yahoo.co.in
Hobbies: Musics, Reading, Horse Riding, Football and Net Surfing
Facebook Profile: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1196456475

Here is what he has to say about Indian Football....
Though I am following India Football for last 1 year, its been a fruitful experience and I am ready to continue the pursuit. Football is one of india's most popular sports after the cricket...It a very popular game in the world.. Its my fav sports.. Someday I would like to see Indian football team in the FIFA World Cup.. Its dominance in India can be categorized to the two states Bengal and Goa. In India football is played in almost every school. The standard of Indian football (compared globally) is poor. According to FIFA rankings, the national team is ranked 146th place in the world as of april 2011, and is said to struggle to qualify for both the World cup and the Asian cup. Part of this has been put down to the lack of opportunities for proper training and development of players in the country. India also has it own football league, which is called I-league. With  the conclusion of this years i-League we saw many young faces making their mark in the national arena and some of them have also got a ticket to the national team under the watchful eyes of our coach Armando Colaco. I hope that Indian Football reaches new heights...

This blog will be very helpful to the fans of Indian football..however for the football enthusiasts, Indian Football lacks good share of media coverage and our motto is to keep you updated as far as we can..
This blog will be a way to get latest updates about Indian Football.
So, that was Junaid, and I along with Him will look to make this blog a better in every way we can.
Long Live Indian Football.

Debraj Banerjee and Junaid Bradd

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