Mumbai :  Eight years after its inception, India’s leading football competition I-League is facing an uncertain future amid reports that two clubs are shutting shop even as a newly launched Indian Super League gains momentum.

All the 11 I-League Clubs expressed their concern over the future of the national league to President of AIFF Praful Patel two weeks ago, said one of the club officials who did not wish to be named.

“All the I-League clubs met Praful Patel two weeks ago in Delhi and expressed their concerns over the direction taken by Indian football and the future of I-League itself. —PTI

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