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24 coaches joined from various parts of India in the AFC 'A' Lisence Course

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24 coaches joined from various parts of India in the AFC 'A' Lisence Course under the ageis of AIFF. The Course has already started at Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College, Vashi, Mumbai. the first phase started from 15th April and it will rrun upto 29th and from May 20 to 1st June the 2nd Phase will conduct.

The 24 cadidates who already passed AFC 'B'Lisence course are : Shabbir Ali ( Ex Indian International player and Ex coach Mohammedan, Salgaocar, Southern Samity- GERMANY 'B'), Nirvan Shah (UEFA 'B' - PIFA Chief), Hemanta Dora ( Ex Indian International Goalkeper and Mohun Bagan GK Coach), Ranjan Chowdhury (Ex India International player and East Bengal Asst. Coach), Mridul Banerjee ( Ex Jr. India, East Begal, Mohun Bagan, Mohammedan SC coach), Aqueel Ansari ( Ex- India Internatinal player and Youth Coach), Yusuf Ansari (Ex India International player and India Jr. Team Coach), Shantanu Ghosh (Chattisgarh Satosh Trophy Coach), Richard Hood (UEFA 'B' - TFA Coach), Mohammad Ali, Keshav Dutt, Shakti Chauhan, Abhijoy Basu, Vivek Nagul ( Coach of an Africal Team), Satheevan Balan, Maniratan Singh, Maymol Rodrigues, Surinder Singh, Chandra Kundan, Prem kanta Singh, Alfred Fernandes, Kalpana Das, Abdul Siddique.

The above cadidates are learning the Practicial and theoritical course AIFTechnical Director Rob Bann and AIFF Director of Academies and Coach Education Scott Odnell. From 8.30 - 10.00 AM - Pratical, 10.30 AM - 12 AM and 2.00 PM to 3.30 PM theory classes and again 4.00 PM to 5.30 PM they are learning Practical course.


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MOHUN BAGAN - 5 matches (21 points)

21/04/13 Churchill Brothers 
24/04/13 Pune FC		
28/04/13 Pailan Arrows 	
07/05/13 Churchill Brothers 
12/05/13 United Sikkim 	


PUNE FC - 4 matches - (40 Points)

20/04/13 Air India 
24/04/13 Mohun Bagan 	
28/04/13 Air India 	
12/05/13 Pailan Arrows 


CHURCHILL BROTHERS - 3 matches (48 Points)

21/04/13 Mohun Bagan
07/05/13 Mohun Bagan 
12/05/13 Air India 	


EAST BENGAL- 3 matches (43 Points)
04/05/13 Dempo 
08/05/13 United Sikkim 		
12/05/13 Shillong Lajong 


AIR INDIA - 3 matches (19 Points)

20/04/13 Pune FC
28/04/13 Pune FC	
12/05/13 Churchill Brothers 


PAILAN ARROWS- 3 matches (23 Points)

20/04/13 Salgaocar 
28/04/13 Mohun Bagan 
12/05/13 Pune 	


UNITED SIKKM - 3 matches (15 Points)

21/04/13 Sporting Goa 	
08/05/13 East Bengal 
12/05/13 Mohun Bagan 


DEMPO - 2 matches (36 Points)

04/05/13 East Bengal 
12/05/13 Salgaocar 


SHILLONG LAJONG - 2 matches (25 Points)

19/04/13 Prayag United 	
12/05/13 East Bengal 


UNITED SC - 2 matches - (38 Points)

19/04/13 Shillong Lajong 
11/05/13 ONGC 


ONGC - 2 matches (30 Points)

20/04/13 Mumbai FC		
11/05/13 Prayag United


MUMBAI FC - 2 matches - (30 Points)

20/04/13 ONGC 	
11/05/13 Sporting Goa 	


SPORTNG GOA - 2 matches (31 Points)

21/04/13 United Sikkim 
11/05/13 Mumbai FC


SALGAOCAR - 2 matches (30 Points)

20/04/13 Pailan Arrows 
12/05/13 Dempo  


AIFF invites tender notice for new I-League Clubs

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AIFF MEDIA RELEASE : All India Football Federation on Thursday (April 18) has invited a tender notice inviting 'Bids for new Clubs to be a part of the I-League. The winning bidders will be granted the right to own and operate a new club which will 'compete in I-League in each year from 2013 onwards and have the opportunity (if applicable and subject to qualification) to compete in the AFC Club Competitions.

The invitation to tender will be available on Working Days between 10am and 5pm at AIFF Headquarters, Football House. All bidding parties need to fulfill the eligibility criteria (Club Licensing) and other requirements specified.

The last date for submission is May 9, 2013 (before 5pm IST). The bids would then be evaluated by a Technical Evaluation Committee following which the results would be announced within a week from the last date of submission.

"It is AIFF's endeavour to make the I-League strong and robust and for that it is imperative that clubs comply with the Licensing criteria specially with regard to infrastructure and Youth Development," AIFF General secretary Mr. Kushal Das stated. "It is with this objective in mind that we are allowing direct entry into the I-League so that good infrastructure and Youth Development Academies can be established," he added.

"This is in line with what was shared with prospective bidders in the two Open-House meetings which were held in Delhi and Dubai. We are confident of getting a very good response for the above," Sunando Dhar, CEO, I-League maintained.