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Old 15-01-2012, 11:00   #81
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Old 16-01-2012, 14:54   #82
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Looool ... Indian football..

I once saw India play UAE, the commentator kept saying... Dangerous shot from the Indian player... I found it amusing, but maybe it was because I smoked some shiba shiba before.
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Looool ... Indian football..

I once saw India play UAE, the commentator kept saying... Dangerous shot from the Indian player... I found it amusing, but maybe it was because I smoked some shiba shiba before.
and what has Jordan achieved at the continental level in football? ASIAN cup final appearances ZERO for Jordon ASIAD winner.. no not even that... you of all the people shouldn't be talking about INDIAN football


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Old 17-01-2012, 14:43   #84
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and what has Jordan achieved at the continental level in football? ASIAN cup final appearances ZERO for Jordon ASIAD winner.. no not even that... you of all the people shouldn't be talking about INDIAN football
lol, chill down home boy, no offense, but Indians just suck bad at football, just recognize it. A country that has around 2 billion people? cannot produce 11 good footballers.

and dont compare with Jordan, we are much better, in fact I think we are currently one of the top 3 in West Asia next to Iran and Iraq, and we actually did make it to the Asian cup, we went out to Japan on penalty shoot outs in 2002 in the most horrible fashion after the ref ordered that kicks should be taken on the other end of the pitch. And btw we are still in contention to qualify for the World Cup... so dont generalize about Jordanian football.. players get paid peanuts but they still improve every year, and we are only 6 million people.
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This is funny and all, but its not Indian football, this is from Tunisia
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Old 17-01-2012, 15:06   #88
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and what has Jordan achieved at the continental level in football? ASIAN cup final appearances ZERO for Jordon ASIAD winner.. no not even that... you of all the people shouldn't be talking about INDIAN football
tbf india really sucks.

I mean U.A.E right now are horrible, and drawing with you guys 2-2 should have been a great sign, but even though U.A.E are horrible, they're still not as bad as india.

just showing you how bad india are, u.a.e players can fuck themselves with a hammer.
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Yes but indians are world champions in cricket better to be good at something than irrelevant in everything (jordan)


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Old 17-01-2012, 15:19   #90
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Yes but indians are world champions in cricket better to be good at something than irrelevant in everything (jordan)
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Yes but indians are world champions in cricket better to be good at something than irrelevant in everything (jordan)
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tbf india really sucks.

I mean U.A.E right now are horrible, and drawing with you guys 2-2 should have been a great sign, but even though U.A.E are horrible, they're still not as bad as india.

just showing you how bad india are, u.a.e players can fuck themselves with a hammer.
the aim of these articles is to increase knowledge about indian football among indians and if possible among others as well... till 60's and 70's we were real good... amongst the top teams in asia... then owing to a number of factors football went over to the dark side......
call home boy or whatever... i am NOT just a glory hunter i do support our national team (Men and woman) and yes i write about them... i really dnt wanna get into any debackle with you cause u possibly wont be aware of the ground realities in here


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just because BCCI was smart enough to capitalize on the 83 WC win and market cricket and in a far superior way than another other gov run sports body (football, hockey)?? its really stupid logic......


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just because BCCI was smart enough to capitalize on the 83 WC win and market cricket and in a far superior way than another other gov run sports body (football, hockey)?? its really stupid logic......
No, because -

1. It's a ridiculously boring sport fit for middle-aged men
2. Barely 4-5 countries are good at it and we pretend like we conquered the world after winning a world cup in home conditions - which btw is the only place where India can play even half-decent. Subcontinental superpower in a game played by single digit countries.
3. Indian Cricket = English Football.

Although I must confess that there is nothing like Test cricket to lull you into a gentle nap after a heavy meal on a Sunday afternoon.
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Old 18-01-2012, 05:13   #98
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A few years ago India's national team came to Hong Kong for a qualifier game, and drew 2-2. Against Hong Kong, which is not even a country!
There's a lot of passion about the sport but it does not pay well to play.

I agree with necromancer, cricket is a boring sport.
20/20 is interesting, but test, hai..
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No, because -

1. It's a ridiculously boring sport fit for middle-aged men
2. Barely 4-5 countries are good at it and we pretend like we conquered the world after winning a world cup in home conditions - which btw is the only place where India can play even half-decent. Subcontinental superpower in a game played by single digit countries.
3. Indian Cricket = English Football.

Although I must confess that there is nothing like Test cricket to lull you into a gentle nap after a heavy meal on a Sunday afternoon.
I have nothing against any sport really and I love cricket as much as I love football .. maybe even lil more than football... but with all this discussion we are digressing away from the main topic which is Indian football.. people in India are hardly aware about our football players.. and this thread was aimed at spreading its awareness.. try looking up at our website you will find stuff about even our women and u-14,15,16 girls teams as well.....


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I-League’11-12 Preview & Predictions (Rd 15): Bagan Travel To Goa, Pune And Mumbai Battle Out A Derby!

TheHardTackle continues previewing the rest of the fixtures, after East Bengal thrashed Pailan Arrows 4-1 in the first Round 15 fixture.
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SHILLONG LAJONG
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CHURCHILL BROTHERS
Nehru Stadium, Shillong
Kickoff: 1400 HRS, 18 Jan 2012
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After acquiring the services of Renedy Singh, Shillong Lajong will be all set to take on the fourth-placed Churchill Brothers in their round fifteen clash of the I-league. The arrival of Indian midfielder Renedy comes as a pleasant surprise for Shillong’s supporters and left many in shock as this move was not anticipated by the football pundits. Pradhyum Reddy’s men have slipped down to tenth place after they were held to a goalless draw by Air India and are in a desperate need of points. Lyngdoh, who missed out against Air India due to suspension, is expected to start for the team from the east while Renedy would need to clear the medical first if he wants to feature in the clash against the Goans.
Last time around Shillong Lajong were handed a footballing lesson by Churchill as Henry Antchouet picked up a hat-trick, so Shilllong will have to play out of their skin in order to restore their lost pride. All in all, it seems a pretty daunting task for the Red. Menyonger is set to miss the match after he picked up his second booking against the pilots on Saturday.
Shillong Lajong expected line-up: Poirei (GK), Subhas, Lalhlimthara, Ralte, Renedy, John Lalramluaha , Lyngdoh , Lalchhuanmawia, James, Cristopher, Tuboi.
On Sunday, Churchill ended up on the losing side in one of the most entertaining matches of the I-league season thus far, with Mohun Bagan emerging victorious by three goals to two. Churchill came agonisingly close to grab the equalizer in the last ten odd minutes and must be kicking themselves for ruining all the chances that felt their way. This loss is bound to provide a lot of fire in their belly up ahead of their fixture against Shillong.
ND Opara will be the targetman for all their crosses inside the box and Henry could get the nod ahead of Ralte in the starting eleven especially after Ralte’s availability is still in doubt ever since he was carried off the field against Mohun Bagan. In Denzil, Antun, Raju and Gouramangi, the visitors possess a formidable backline which is expected to prove more than handful for the Shillong boys considering they didn’t even cause Churchill even an iota of concern in the first leg. Containing Rafi could also prove to be a tough task for the Shillong outfit.
Churchill Brothers expected line-up: Felix (GK), Antun, Henri, Beto, Denzil, Gouramangi, Rafi,Steven, Lenny, Raju, Opara.

TheHardTackle’s Players To Watch Out For:
Renedy Singh (Shillong Lajong)
ND Opara (Churchill Brothers)

TheHardTackle’s Prediction:
Shillong Lajong 0-3 Churchill Brothers

PUNE FC
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Kickoff: 18:30 HRS, 18 Jan 2012
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The big Maharashtra derby kicks off at the Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune on Wednesday evening. Derrick Pereira’s side is unbeaten in their last eight games and will be looking to extend their unbeaten streak against Mumbai FC. The Red Lizards currently occupy the fifth spot, with 23 points off their 14 games in the league. The lads from Pune played out a goalless stalemate against East Bengal in the last round, a match which could have gone either way, but somehow both teams clinched a single point out of the tie.
Once again, Coach Pereira will have a full squad, except captain Mandjou Keita, who got himself suspended after he was handed a caution in the last match, at his disposal as he prepares his team for return leg against Mumbai FC. The first leg of the same fixture ended in a goal less draw in December. Another win here could see the Pune side break into top four come end of this round.
Pune FC expected line-up: Abhra Mondal (GK ) , Caitano Costa , Chika Wali , Baldeep Singh , Douhou Pierre , Karma Tsewang , Anas Edathodika , Lester Fernandez , S Ramu , S.Singh, Jeje
Mumbai FC slip to eleventh spot in the league after the Khalid Jamil mentored side lost their second consecutive home game against Salgaocar in the league. The team from the west coast have now garnered fourteen points from as many games, as they now look forward to lock horns against in form Pune FC at Balewadi. Lack of concentration at the back saw Mumbai side giving away all three points in the last game.
Khalid Jamil would be hoping that his strikers start scoring again, as no one wearing a Mumbai FC jersey has hit the back of the net in the last two games. Another slip up in this crucial match for both the teams could see the Mumbai side slump further, as Chirag United Kerala look to leapfrog them.
Mumbai FC expected line-up: Nidhinlal(GK), Dhanachandra, Amiri, Peter Siddiquii, Kima, Keegan, Faizal, Cavin Lobo, Ebi Sukore, Abhishek, G. Friday.

TheHardTackle’s Men To Watch Out For:
Jeje Lalpekhlua (Pune FC)
Gbeneme Friday (Mumbai FC)
TheHardTackle’s Prediction:
Pune FC 3-1 Mumbai FC

AIR INDIA
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DEMPO SC
Cooperage Ground, Mumbai
Kick off: 15:00 HRS, 18th Jan 2012
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The Pilots are currently parked into the eighth spot in the league with six wins, six defeats and 2 draws against their name. Santosh Kashyap’s side brought their free fall to a halt when they played out a goalless draw against Shillong Lajong FC at Balewadi in the last round. Air India now welcome the table toppers in a vital round fifteen clash at the same ground. The reverse fixture ended in an eye popping result as the Airmen got the better of the Goan side courtesy of a late Manandeep Singh brace at Nehru Stadium.
Last year, the same tie ended up with nothing less than a humiliation for the institutional side as Dempo pumped 14 goals past the Air India goalkeeper. Santosh Kashyap would hope that his side rise to the occasion and bounce back in the league, especially after showcasing good quality of football in their first leg of matches.
Air India expected-line-up: Pawan Kumar (GK), Tamba, Oken Singh, Omi, Prem Kumar, Napoleon, Thomte, Manandeep, Samson Singh, Henry Ezeh
Dempo Sports Club maintained their number one spot in the league after the Goan side held on to their single goal lead against Chirag United Kerala in their last league home match. Dempo’s recent tipsy curvy performance is attested by the fact that the Goans have lost four out of their last seven matches, and won all the rest. Surprisingly, Dempo is yet to draw a match in the league. Armando Colaco and his squad travel to Pune to take on Air India in this round’s fixture.
Dempo will be boosted by the new signing of Trinidad and Tobago’s Densil Theobald, as the sturdy midfielder is expected to make his presence felt in this game. Dempo would be hoping to clinch all three points here in this tie and take a revenge for their two nil loss at home in the reverse fixture. With all the other contenders keeping pace with the Goans, any slip up could prove costly. A win here could pressurize both Churchill Bros. and Mohun Bagan for results, as both the teams play on Thursday.
Dempo expected line-up: Subhashish(GK), Rowilson, Creson , Roy , Samir , Anthony , Clifford , Peter, Climax, Joy, Ranti

TheHardTackle’s Men To Watch Out For:
Manandeep Singh (Air India)
Clifford Miranda (Dempo SC)
TheHardTackle’s Prediction:
Air India 1-2 Dempo SC


SALGAOCAR SC
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HAL BANGALORE
Fatorda Stadium, Goa
Kick off: 15:30 HRS, 18th Jan 2012
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Karim Bencharifa’s side slowly, but maturely, made their move up to the table. After a torrid start to this season’s league, the defending champions are now slotted in the seventh position. Salgaocar is now unbeaten in their last five matches, winning four out of them. The most recent triumph came against a gritty Mumbai FC side, but Ryuji Sueoka slotted the ball home just in time to clock all three points for his side. Salgaocar now welcome Bangalore’s HAL to Nehru Stadium in Fatorda. In form goans would hope for nothing less than all three points against hapless bangaloreans in bid to break into top four. Salgaocar currently has 22 points of 14 games, and are tied with Prayag United SC in the table.
Karim Bencharifa would be without the services of versatile Ishfaq Ahmed for this match, as he picked up his second yellow card against Mumbai FC in the previous match. Another victory here could see the goan side capture the fifth spot, if other results go their way as well. The reverse tie of this fixture in Bangalore Stadium finished in another Ryuji Sueoka inspired victory earlier in December.
Salgaocar expected line-up: Karanjit Singh (GK), Saha, Meitei, Khelemba, Rino Anto, Francis Fernandes , Rocus Lamare, Tomba Singh, A. Rodrigues, Ryuji, Chidi Edeh.
HAL has certainly started the second leg of matches with a strong intent. The institutional side, which had only garnered a single point in the whole of first leg matches, have garnered two points in their opening two matches after the break. Still sitting right at the bottom of the league, HAL travel to Goa to face the defending champions in the fifteenth round.
Thyagraj’s side travel with more of hope than expectation as any points from this fixture would raise some eyebrows. RC Prakash would be TheHardTackle’s man to watch out for in the green jersey. Despite of the table speaking a thousand words in itself, the side has shown much heart in the last two performances and Thyagraj would be hoping that his side continues with the good performance.
HAL expected line-up: Pramod (GK), Adeola , Kenneth, Goutam, Sudesh, Meiti, James, Biju Kumrar, R.C.Prakash, Vinod, Abdulla Hamza.

TheHardTackle’s Men To Watch Out For:
Chidi Edeh (Salgaocar SC)
Gautam Debnath (HAL SC)
TheHardTackle’s Prediction:
Salgaocar 3-1 HAL SC


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