tajikistan, Palestine, Turkmenistan will be tough
Philippines is no pushover with foreign based players
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Ex-Azkal player Filipino-British Chad Gould, Filipino-Australian Leigh Gunn, talented US Football Developmental Academy trainees Jose Porteira and Neil Ignacio, and 6'4" Filipino-Swedish striker Gustav Sjoberg will train with the Azkals this week to try out for a slot in the team for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. Phil and James Younghusband chelsea academy graduates
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a Filipino-British footballer started his career after he signed up for Chelsea Academy at the age of 10 in 1996, together with brother Phil, made a number of appearances for the Chelsea F.C. Youth Team and reserve team
India is gonna need luck on our side to qualify for Asia cup again.. AIFF should keep their promise of arranging friendlies with good competition soon
"Sanjeev Biswas" wrote:
Well I really dont understand one thing..why doesnt AIFF allow Indian Origin Player to play for our country just like other Asian or European countries? Few players have showed interest like Michael Chopra, Izumi Arata but still we are not allowing them to play. I know they may not that great but still where's the harm in trying it may succeed.
Hope some senses prevail!!