Indian Super League players auction is underway in Mumbai with fortunes of some of India’s finest footballers in the line
Brazilian football legend Roberto Carlos will be the marquee player and manager of Delhi Dynamos in the second edition of the Indian Super League.
The 30-year-old four-time AIFF Player of the Year and highest goal scorer for the country commands the highest base price set for the day at Rs 80 lakh
Indian Super League’s defending champions Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) on Wednesday appointed Alberto Marrero as sports director.
Owners of ISL team FC Goa are looking to rope in actor Varun Dhawan as their brand ambassador with the team gearing up for the second season.
Mumbai City FC on Friday announced Frenchman Nicolas Anelka will be their marquee player and manager for the second edition of Indian Super League.
Indian Super League franchise Delhi Dynamos signed former India footballer Raman Vijayan as assistant coach for the second season starting in October.
Indian Super League (ISL) team Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) co-owner Sourav Ganguly said that it was yet to decide on the marquee player for the upcoming season.
Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos may soon be a part of Indian Super League ISL. Carlos,may join for Delhi Dynamos FC in the league.
Former Brazil international midfielder Elano will rejoin Chennaiyin FC on loan for the 2015 Indian Super League season, the club said.
Former India football captain Bhaichung Bhutia believes the Indian Super League and the I-League should not be merged, as the ISL would then lose its charm.
Atletico de Kolkata on Wednesday announced they have retained Spanish central midfielder Borja Fernandez, who played a key role in the team’s 2014 triumph.