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Indian footballers demand minimum wage for ISL
Times of India
The Indian Super League (ISL) has introduced a salary cap for franchisees this year with each franchise allowed to spend a maximum of Rs 5.5 crore on domestic players, a minimum of 14 need to be signed. But unlike the Major League Soccer (MLS) or the A ...
Calum Angus: 3 continents, 5 clubs and an MLS SuperDraft
Proven Quality (blog)
And while that might seem quite young, Angus played in Sweden, USA, India and England during his 11-year career, and has now taken some time to lift the lid on his experiences. As mentioned, Angus started in ... The six-foot-tall defender joined Saint ...
Sunil Chhetri asks for patience after poor soccer campaign
He was unavailable for a few matches due to national team duties and hoped the ISL can merge with the pre-existing national championships, I-League, in the future to make it easier to synchronise India's calendar with FIFA. "Personally, yes, there ...
I-League, Indian Super League may be merged: AIFF
Jamshedpur: The I-League and the Indian Super League (ISL) could be merged in a couple of years to improve the standard of the game in the country, a senior All India Football Federation (AIFF) official said here on Monday. "We have proposed to merge ...
Slumdog Footballer: When India greeted the English Premier League
A year-old upstart, the ISL is a curious phenomenon that amalgamates twilight-year marquee signings with journeymen pros and local players loaned from India's I-league – the country's official domestic competition – in a brash attempt to boost the ...
Here's What The Indian Super League Has Done For Indian Football
Rashi Kakkar is a graduate from The Shri Ram College of Commerce, New Delhi, and a Young India Fellow. Currently she works as a brand consultant and is enjoying this marriage of her two biggest passions – Strategy and Branding. A junior national level ...
About India - I-League
I-League is the top tier league in the Indian football league system. It was started by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) in 2007-08. It replaced the National Football League which lasted for 11 seasons. The 2007-08 season was the first season for the I-League. The first game was played on 24 November 2007 and was contested between Dempo Sports Club and Salgaocar Sports Club which the former won by a three goal margin.I-League