It’s high time now… My roots lie somewhere in eastern part of the multicultural, colourful democracy called India. The primary language spoken there being Bengali – a community, who live and die, watching and discussing football. A Brazil vs Argentina world cup match will bring this entire city of Kolkata to a halt. And that’s not funny, considering this major hub in eastern India houses a population over five million. Hence, in a rarest of rare visit to Asia, Diego Maradona did visit this city – Kolkata. That ‘somewhere’ (where my roots lie) happens to be a tiny industrial town, … Continue reading High Time For Sleeping Giants India To Wake Up!
Reflecting the glaring positives which came out of India’s successful defence of the Nehru cup 2009 and lists ten reasons to being hopeful about the national team. 10. The Authorities (AIFF): We love throwing rotten tomatoes at them (not without … Continue reading Ten Reasons To Be Positive About Indian Football Part – One
On a nostalgic mode, I wish to share my experience of the Nehru Cup triumph in the 2007 edition… India was destined to win her maiden Nehru Cup back in 2007, in front of 20,000 crowds in the Ambedkar Stadium on a humid … Continue reading The Day When Pradeep Lighted A New Era
An appeal to one billion Indians to learn from Delhites, who make it to the ‘Fortress Ambedkar Stadium’, to cheer for Indian football and be part of its success story… I quite like Goal.com’s appeal to support Indian football and say … Continue reading Public Ke Aage Jeet Hain!