U-19 Football Tournament

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  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    Mohun Bagan 1 - 0 Chirag United
    Come On Mohun Bagan lets win the tournament to end the season with some pride
  • usaindiausaindia 1668 Points
    looks like MB complaining against KEB for using players not registered to them
  • u 19 encounter between the city giants...........east bengal and mohun bagan would take place @ ybk on tommorow friday the 6th...from 3 [email protected] ybk kolkata.............hope...the clash between the arch rivals..would be intersting to watch......
  • namewtheldnamewtheld Kolkata5445 Points
    r u goin for the match?
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    looks like MB complaining against KEB for using players not registered to them
    Elaborate please
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    Yeah give us a minute by mintue live commentry
  • rudrarudra 2954 Points
    looks like MB complaining against KEB for using players not registered to them
    Elaborate please

    this letter was written by MB (as circulated in facebook, don't know how true):
    LETTER TO AIFF FROM MOHUN BAGAN REGARDING U-19 I LEAGUE

    Kolkata , 05-May, 2011 :

    Dated: 5th May 2011

    Mr. Sunando Dhar
    CEO- I League
    All India Football Federation
    Football House
    New Delhi

    Dear Sir,

    The U-19 Football Tournament 10-11 for I-League Teams is presently underway at Kolkata and our U-19 Team is participating in this tournament. Our Club has placed great emphasis on youth development since the very beginning and consequently we have our residential Academy at Durgapur and non-residential Academies at Kolkata and Jalpaiguri. The players of our U-19 team are cadets of these academies and therefore our own product in the true sense. However we regret that some of the other clubs participating in this tournament do not have dedicated youth development initiatives and are only resorting to gathering players from here and there. The team is at best a make-shift arrangement.

    It might be possible that several U-19 players of such teams have already played for other teams in some other tournament this football season itself, in which case they would require lien to play for their new Club. However lien rules clearly specify that any club can take maximum of 6 players on lien (three players from clubs within the same State Association and three from clubs from other State Associations).

    We are very surprised and deeply concerned to know that there are atleast 10 players in the present U-19 squad of Kingfisher East Bengal who have played as registered players for other Clubs in this football season in the Premier Division of Calcutta Football League organized by IFA(WB). They are:

    1. Pankaj Moula : Techno Aryan (jersey no. 12 of KEB U-19 team)

    2. Amit Singh : BNR (jersey no. 28 of KEB U-19 team)

    3. Tanmoy Kundu : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 15 of KEB U-19 team)

    4. Raj Ghosh : Tollygunge Agragami (jersey no. 4 of KEB U-19 team)

    5. Gopal Sarkar: Mohammedan Athletic Club (jersey no. 5 of KEB U-19 team)

    6. Mrinmoy Samanta: Railway FC (jersey no. 8 of KEB U-19 team)

    7. Pahoon Biswas : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 18 of KEB U-19 team)

    8. Abinash Ruidas : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 19 of KEB U-19 team)

    9. Malay Dhar: Kalighat Club (jersey no. 3 of KEB U-19 team)

    10. Avijit Sarkar: Kalighat Club (jersey no. 14 of KEB U-19 team)

    A maximum of 3 players can be taken on loan, since all these clubs are affiliated to IFA(WB).

    We request you to please investigate into the matter and take necessary action immediately. Please let us know your decision before the match against Kingfisher East Bengal scheduled on 6th May 2011 at YBK Stadium from 3:45 pm onwards.

    Thanking you,

    Yours faithfully,

    Anjan Kumar Mitra
    Managing Director

    c.c.: Mr. Kushal Das, General Secretary, AIFF
    Mr. U.K. Ganguli, Hony. Secretary, IFA(WB)
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    looks like MB complaining against KEB for using players not registered to them
    Elaborate please

    this letter was written by MB (as circulated in facebook, don't know how true):
    LETTER TO AIFF FROM MOHUN BAGAN REGARDING U-19 I LEAGUE

    Kolkata , 05-May, 2011 :

    Dated: 5th May 2011

    Mr. Sunando Dhar
    CEO- I League
    All India Football Federation
    Football House
    New Delhi

    Dear Sir,

    The U-19 Football Tournament 10-11 for I-League Teams is presently underway at Kolkata and our U-19 Team is participating in this tournament. Our Club has placed great emphasis on youth development since the very beginning and consequently we have our residential Academy at Durgapur and non-residential Academies at Kolkata and Jalpaiguri. The players of our U-19 team are cadets of these academies and therefore our own product in the true sense. However we regret that some of the other clubs participating in this tournament do not have dedicated youth development initiatives and are only resorting to gathering players from here and there. The team is at best a make-shift arrangement.

    It might be possible that several U-19 players of such teams have already played for other teams in some other tournament this football season itself, in which case they would require lien to play for their new Club. However lien rules clearly specify that any club can take maximum of 6 players on lien (three players from clubs within the same State Association and three from clubs from other State Associations).

    We are very surprised and deeply concerned to know that there are atleast 10 players in the present U-19 squad of Kingfisher East Bengal who have played as registered players for other Clubs in this football season in the Premier Division of Calcutta Football League organized by IFA(WB). They are:

    1. Pankaj Moula : Techno Aryan (jersey no. 12 of KEB U-19 team)

    2. Amit Singh : BNR (jersey no. 28 of KEB U-19 team)

    3. Tanmoy Kundu : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 15 of KEB U-19 team)

    4. Raj Ghosh : Tollygunge Agragami (jersey no. 4 of KEB U-19 team)

    5. Gopal Sarkar: Mohammedan Athletic Club (jersey no. 5 of KEB U-19 team)

    6. Mrinmoy Samanta: Railway FC (jersey no. 8 of KEB U-19 team)

    7. Pahoon Biswas : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 18 of KEB U-19 team)

    8. Abinash Ruidas : Kalighat M.S. (jersey no. 19 of KEB U-19 team)

    9. Malay Dhar: Kalighat Club (jersey no. 3 of KEB U-19 team)

    10. Avijit Sarkar: Kalighat Club (jersey no. 14 of KEB U-19 team)

    A maximum of 3 players can be taken on loan, since all these clubs are affiliated to IFA(WB).

    We request you to please investigate into the matter and take necessary action immediately. Please let us know your decision before the match against Kingfisher East Bengal scheduled on 6th May 2011 at YBK Stadium from 3:45 pm onwards.

    Thanking you,

    Yours faithfully,

    Anjan Kumar Mitra
    Managing Director

    c.c.: Mr. Kushal Das, General Secretary, AIFF
    Mr. U.K. Ganguli, Hony. Secretary, IFA(WB)
    What an accusation.
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    EB winning 1-0 till HT
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Matches in progress -

    EB 1 - 0 MB
    Lajong 1 - 0 Chirag
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