Indian Football Transfer News 2016-17, Rumours, Gossips, Signings, ISL 2016

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  • 7negi7negi India10880 Points
    In ISL getting name on FB and twitter page does not make offical , asked NEUFC fans :wink: 
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  • samsam 14963 Points
    red_devil I posted this yesterday itself   :|
    red_devilBaberto
  • red_devilred_devil kolkata2468 Points
  • Deb_BanDeb_Ban 8768 Points
    Katabe  and Sambou, if either of them join, will be a news too good...
    BabertoCarbon_14
  • KoustubhKoustubh Kolkata219 Points
    If both are good then what Mohun Bagan will do . Because they will come for CFL and if any one playing good they will continue for whole year. Now if both are good then ?
  • goalkeepargoalkeepar Turkish occupied Cyprus22606 Points
    Rumors :- Spanish coach for BFC.
    EastBengalPridedeepakcCarbon_14karenesudhakar2050kartik91
  • BrainFallINDIABrainFallINDIA India6781 Points
    Albert Roca is the new BFC coach
    Domnicdeepak dedhaCarbon_14debarghya89sanvedjadhavdeepakcBaberto
  • 7negi7negi India10880 Points
    Albert Roca is interesting signing for BFC , he signed 2 years deals but can BFC transformed from English way of playing ? will be interesting to see
    deepakc
  • goalkeepargoalkeepar Turkish occupied Cyprus22606 Points
    Roca began his managing career in 1998, at CE Europa in Tercera División. His debut couldn't have been better, as he won the Catalonia Cup against FC Barcelona in the final. He then coached AEC Manlleu for one season. In 2001, Roca was appointed second team head coach and first team assistant coach of CE Sabadell FC for two seasons before beginning his partnership with Frank Rijkaard which would span ten years, three separate teams (FC Barcelona, Galatasaray, and Saudi Arabia national football team) and lead to winning several titles including La Liga, Supercopa de España and the UEFA Champions League. After exiting his post with the Saudi Arabia national football team in 2013, Roca was appointed as the new manager of the El Salvador national football team in 2014.[1] His first match as head coach was against Ivory Coast national football team on 4 June 2014 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. El Salvador lost with a score of 1-2.[2] Also, his second match was against Spain national football team. El Salvador lost with a score of 0-2. Vicente Del Bosque, Spain's head coach said this about El Salvador's players: "They were disciplined. Tactically they played well," Del Bosque said. "They made it difficult for us to impose our will on the game.".[3] His first victory was against Dominican Republic national football team on 30 August 2014 at San Salvador. El Salvador won with a score of 2-0.[4]
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