Free Press Journal
  • SAFF Cup 2018: India outclass Pakistan 3-1 to bag spot in final

    Dhaka: Two goals from Manvir Singh and a late strike from Sumit Passi helped India beat arch-rivals Pakistan by 3-1 at the Bangabandhu Stadium here on Wednesday to make it to the final of the ongoing the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship.

  • SAFF Cup 2018: India crush Maldives 2-0 to fix semi-final with Pakistan

    Dhaka: India produced a dominant display to beat Maldives 2-0 and book a semifinal spot in the South Asian Football Federation Cup here on Sunday. Maiden international goals from Nikhil Poojary (36th minute) and Manvir Singh (45th) helped India defeat Maldives and finish on top of Group B with six points.

  • Finishing not a concern for us: Indian women’s football coach

    Siliguri : A day prior to India’s semi-final against Nepal in the Women’s SAFF Championship, Indian women’s team head coach Sajid Dar isn’t much willing to read into India’s last match against Nepal in the SAG Final which had ended 4-0 in favour of India.

  • New FIFA rule better, but don’t see it as a great advantage: Constantine

    Kolkata : With world football governing body FIFA tweaking its rules to allow national teams the services of players for an entire week before an international friendly, Indian coach Stephen Constantine now has more time to prepare his players afor the September 3 game against Puerto Rico. However, the Anglo-Cypriot is not entirely satisfied.

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    ISL has enhanced football’s popularity in India: Chhetri

    Hyderabad: National football team captain Sunil Chhetri says the popularity of the game is on an upswing with the advent of Indian Super League (ISL) and the task now is to build on the momentum through quality matches and enhanced media coverage. “It’s quite good, especially with the ISL coming up. It really enhanced the popularity we have as a nation. I think a lot of interest has been generated. Not only