CFL PREMIER LEAGUE : CAL. PORT TRUST HOLD MOHAMMEDAN SPORTING CLUB FOR A GOALLESS .

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22.08.2012 : Mohammedan SC   0-0   CAL PORT TRUST (YBK - FT )
MSC : Arnab, Dhanarajan, Kingshuk, Sk. Azim, Fulchand, Jayanta, David, Alfred, Ashim, Md. Muktar, Manirul.
CPT : Sk. Moidul, Hira Roy, Sukomol, Saswata, Farid Ali, Andrew, Sovon, Prasanta, Subhash, Taiwsaite, Abhishek.

FT : Match end. Result is 0-0. Momoranjan Bhattacharyya's Boys Port Trust hold Alok Mukherje's Mohammean SC and shared 1 point each.
90+3': Last chance to MSC who won the corner in left, Gouranga Dutta's kick and Alfred's header missed the target.
90+2': Another corner won by Port Trunst from left, again cleared the corner kick by MSC defence.
90': Port got a corner from left sided attack by Andrew, but corner kick cleard by MSC defence.
88': FREE kick from out side the box of MSC. Ball went to Moidul's hand.
86': David Sunday's effort from left but well blocked by Port defence.
85': No score yet in the match. 0-0 still. MSC is now all out attacking for searching a goal in the rest minutes.
78': 6-0 is the score of Aryan now in another match against Eastern Railway.
77': Outstanding playing by Port Keeper Moidul today who saved several positive chances of MSC.
72': Desperate movement of MSC block by Port defence.
68': Slow pace in the match with miss pass galore.
65': Still the scoreline is 0-0.
64': Good save of Moidul of Alfred shot.
60': Jayanta Sen missed the spot kick as his right footer hits the post and rebounded inside, ball cleared by Port defence... Mohammdan SC missed the first scoring chance.
58'; MSC win a penalty against Port. Jayanta Sen will take the shot.
52': Another attack of MSC from left, David to Alfred but his left footer from close well saved by Port keeper Moidul.
50'; MSC's Fulchand's attack from right but his cross went wide.
48': MSC attacked through Sunday from left, Corner for MSC. No impact in corner kick from left
46': 2nd half match starts.
HT : It's half time now in the match. No score. In another match of CFL Premier League Aryan club is leading 4-0 against Eastern Railway.
45': Referee added 2 minutes.
41': Still no score in the match.
40': Counter attack of Port, Nice effort of Farid Ali from right side but ball went out.
33': Another corner of MSC from left sided attack of Ashim Biswas. Muktar's corner kick cleared.
30': MSC's Muktar is playing very well today, who led most of the attacks of MSC.
29': Another attack of MSC, Bullet shot of Alfred from top of the box well saved by Moidul.
28': In an another match in Gayeshpur Aryan is leading 1-0.
25': What a miss by Alfred, Muktar's cross from left went to Alfred who shoot from close over the head of advancing Moidul but missed the target.
23': Corner kick from left cleared by Moidul.
22': Another attack of MSC, good cross of Muktar from left but well cleared by Saswata by header, Corner for MSC.
20': No score yet in the match.
18': MSC won another corner from right sided attack, corner kick of MSC again well collected by Moidul, the keeper of Port. 15': Corner for MSC from a left sided attack by Dhanarajan and Muktar. Muktar's left footer touched Hira's leg and out. Ball went to Keeper's hand from corner.
13': Miss passes galore in the field, both teams. Slow pace in the match.
10': Still no score in the match.
7': Good countr attack of port, Captain Andrew one to one with MSC keeper Arnab but well saved by Arnab.
4': Again attack of MSC, Jayanta's long ball in box from midfield and Alfred's header between two defenders of port just missed the target.
2': Beautiful attack of Alfred of MSC from right wing, he crossed towards empty goal of Port, keeper Moidul was beaten in right but no other man of MSC to reach and touch the ball timely.
1': No match held between MSC and PORT TRUST last year as Port Trust was unable to reach in super six.
0': Match is going to be started. 1st Match of Mohammedan Sporting in this uears CFL prmier League.

OTHER MATCH RELULTS OF THE DAY

22.08.2012 : POLICE AC   1-2   KALIGHAT CLUB (CHAKDAH - FT)

22.08.2012 : W.B.POLICE   0-1   TOLLYGUNGE AGRAGAMI (HOWRAH - FT )

22.08.2012 : ARYAN CLUB   6-0   EASTERN RAILWAY (GAYESHPUR - FT )

AIFF celebrates its Ptalinum Jubilee, honours former Greats.

Mr. Chuni Goswami unveils AIFF's Platinum Jubilee Souvenir in New Delhi.

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All India Football Federation celebrated its Platinum Jubilee Function in the Capital on Wednesday evening (August 21). It was a grand gathering at the Taj Palace graced by the living members of the 1962 Asian Games Gold Medal winning squad. The living members of the 1951 Asian Games Gold Medal winning squad as well as some members for the 1962 squad could not make it due to health reasons.

Chuni Goswami, the Captain of the 1962 squad along with PK Banerjee, Prodyut Burman, Prasanta Sinha, Franco, Ethiraj, Afzal and Arumanayagam were present on the occasion. AIFF President Mr. Praful Patel presented a silver plaque and a shawl to each one of them.

The evening also marked the unveiling of the Platinum Jubilee Souvenir and Technical Director Rob Baan's Masterplan.

Mr. Patel said: "It's a personal honour to be a part of AIFF's Platinum Jubilee Year. I always maintain that managing football is this job is far more challenging than managing the ministry. We have to work that extra bit to achieve our goal. We have completed 75years, now we should set goals for the next 25 years."

"I pledge all of you to work as a football family. We need to emulate and exceed the feats of the yesteryears. I request our Dutch Coaches to help us achieve our goal."

Speaking on behalf of the yesteryear Greats who were felicitated, Goswami added: "I'm overwhelmed by the reception. I thank AIFF for this. The 1962 Asian Games will forever be etched in memory as Golden days of Indian Football. But it's time to move ahead and not rest on laurels. Indian football is going ahead as we boast of a capable Coaching staff."

PK Banerjee complemented Goswami. "The AIFF has always supported its players. I stay grateful to them to honour us at such a platform," he maintained.

As the evening wore on, Technical Director Rob Baan unveiled his Masterplan, 'Lakshya.' While unveiling the much-awaited doctrine that holds the future of Indian football, the 69-year old Dutch said: "This is not my Masterplan. After coming to India I met so many people, visited State Associations and attended so many Seminars and Camps. We interacted and the suggestions have been taken into account."

"I believe kids need to brought into football. They should be given proper space to play and be educated. The Coaches and the Referees also need to be educated."

"The curriculum of football should be updated. Take Barcelona for example. They often play without a striker. The dynamics of football curriculum has changed and we need to stay updated."