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Shree Cement to acquire football club East Bengal
The acquisition comes as a shot in the arm for East Bengal which now has a fair chance of entering this year's Indian Super League (ISL). The announcement was made in the presence of West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, who played a key role in helping the club get over the phase of financial difficulty after the club parted ways with Bengaluru-based Quess Corp.
We will maintain the legacy of East Bengal, says Shree Cement's Bangur after acquiring the football club
HM Bangur, the managing director of ...
Looking after players during quarantine is part of coach’s responsibility: Andy Flower
In an interview with ET Sport, St. Lucia Zouks coach A...
Merger of Mohun Bagan and ATK can help Indian football achieve greater heights
While it is still not known if they will sport Bagan’s Green and Maroon or ATK’s Red and White when they play together for the first time, it can be safely conjectured that the coming together will ease Mohun Bagan’s financial crisis, which had been plaguing the club for a while.
The one game where Mukesh Ambani is not getting a walkover
Reliance and partner IMG Worldwide bailed out cash-strapped soccer association a decade ago.
Five days before kick-off, ISL set to be country's top tier league
In a meeting at the AFC headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, the I-League and ISL clubs agreed on a roadmap presented by the AFC on domestic football structure reforms in India.
ISL Opener: New signing Ogbeche scores a double as Kerala Blasters beat ATK 2-1
Carl McHugh scored ATK’s 100th goal of the ISL in only the sixth minute but the home side, egged on by a crowd of more than 35,000, hit back with two goals from their new signing to begin their campaign on a winning note.
‘There are no losses as such’ even if IPL is cancelled: Mustafa Ghouse, JSW Sports CEO
It’s being projected that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to lose around Rs 4,000 crore in revenue if the 2020 edition of the IPL is cancelled. In turn, it will affect the revenues of the eight franchises as BCCI distributes a part of its earning every season among the teams. What kind of losses is JSW Sports staring at?
India is the sporting destination: Nita Ambani
Ambani, also founder chairperson of Reliance Foundation, told the audience how sports changed her life, perspective and worldview.
How playing in England helps Deepti Sharma improve
India’s premier all-rounder Deepti talks about how playing in England has improved her game.
City Football Group picks up 65% in ISL’s Mumbai City FC
CFG is the world’s leading private owner and operator of football clubs. Apart from Premier League winner Manchester City, CFG also owns clubs in US, Australia, Japan, Uruguay, Spain and China. The deal was announced on Thursday by Nita Ambani, chairperson of Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), which owns ISL, and Reliance Foundation.
Sports marketing firm Twenty First Century Media hires Basant Dhawan as CEO
Basant Dhawan, who recently quit as CEO of English news channels at Network18, will be responsible for leading all the existing business verticals of TCM – sports consultancy, domestic league rights, in-stadia rights, athlete representation, sponsorship management, and event operations.
Indian football at a precarious juncture
Indian football stands at a precarious juncture, as the squabble between I-League and ISL finds AIFF’s refereeing skills wanting.
Bengaluru FC beat FC Goa to win maiden ISL title
Full-back Rahul Bheke scored in second half of extra time as Bengaluru FC edged past FC Goa 1-0 to lift their first Indian Super League (ISL) title, here on Sunday.
IMG exits Indian Super League, Reliance Industries ups stake to 65%
ISL was launched by IMG, Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries, and broadcaster Star India, in October 2013.