2019 AFC Cup and ACL — Minerva Punjab FC and Chennaiyin FC

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  • goalkeepargoalkeepar Turkish occupied Cyprus28376 Points
    Colombo Fc threshing Transport united, 3 goals within 11 min and 4-0 by HT, we should remember Bengaluru Fc was only able to beat Transport United by 3-0 on aggregate in 2 matches. RIP CFC in advance.
    DEFENCE123
  • DEFENCE123DEFENCE123 India646 Points
    @goalkeepar BFC C team played against transport
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  • DEFENCE123DEFENCE123 India646 Points
    @goalkeepar Pay me 1000 rupees if CFC beats Colombo
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  • samsam 15291 Points
    CTC will of course beat Colomb
  • mohammed_87hassanmohammed_87hassan Sumeet Passin FC Jupiter10189 Points
    @Defence123 and @goalkeepar fight like Husband and wife
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  • NagendraNagendra Rajahmundry, A.P5845 Points
    But fixing I league, both are best buddies
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  • @DEFENCE123 if CFC dont win that match then you pay @goalkeepar 1000rs

  • munna219777munna219777 28427 Points
    Upcoming matches

    06/03/2019    15:30  IST    Colombo FC  vs Chennaiyin      Colombo Racecourse stadium

    13/03/2019    19:30 IST    Chennaiyin  vs Colombo FC
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  • thebeautifulgamethebeautifulgame Durgapur,India28540 Points
    https://khelnow.com/news/article/afc-cup-qualifying-playoff-round-2019-chennaiyin-fc-squad-announced

    Chennaiyin FC announce squad for 2019 AFC Cup qualifying playoffs, Dhanpal Ganesh makes the cut

    Four youth team players have also been included in the squad.

    Two-time Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC have announced a 25-man squad for their 2019 AFC Cup qualifying playoff round against Sri Lanka’s Colombo FC and the big news is the inclusion of local favourite Dhanpal Ganesh, who missed CFC’s entire ISL title defence due to a knee injury.

    It was also announced that Chennaiyin FC will be playing the home match of the two-legged qualifying tie at The Arena by TransStadia, Ahmedabad since playing Sri Lankan opponents in Tamil Nadu would not be politically conducive.

    This is Chennaiyin’s debut AFC Cup campaign following their 2017-18 ISL title success and they are placed in the South Asian Zone of the competition. This qualifying tie against Colombo FC is for a place in the group stage of the 2019 AFC Cup.

    Colombo defeated Bhutan’s Transport United 9-2 on aggregate in the preliminary round and will be hosting Chennaiyin in the first leg at the Colombo Race Course Ground in Colombo on Wednesday, March 6 2019. Chennaiyin’s home leg will be played in Ahmedabad on Wednesday, March 13 2019.

    Australian Chris Herd, who joined CFC in the January transfer window, will be the club's Asian player in the qualifier with the Brazilian trio of Mailson Alves, Eli Sabia and Raphael Augusto being the other three foreigners.

    Four youth team players have also been included in the squad. Defender Hendry Antonay (U-18 & B team) and midfielder Zonunmawia (B team), who were also part of the 2018-19 ISL first team squad, are joined by defender Reamsochung Aimol (B team) and forward Bawlte Rohmingthanga (B team).

    Following the 1-0 defeat away to FC Goa in their final 2018-19 ISL fixture on Thursday, Chennaiyin will continue their AFC Cup preparations in Goa and leave for Sri Lanka on Monday March 4.

    Chennaiyin FC - 2019 AFC Cup Qualifying Playoff Round Squad:

    Goalkeepers: Karanjit Singh, Sanjiban Ghosh, Nikhil Bernard

    Defenders: Mailson Alves (Brazil), Eli Sabia (Brazil), Zohmingliana Ralte, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Laldinliana Renthlei, Tondonba Singh, Hendry Antonay, Reamsochung Aimol

    Midfielders: Chris Herd (Australia), Anirudh Thapa, Germanpreet Singh, Dhanpal Ganesh, Raphael Augusto (Brazil), Thoi Singh, Francisco Fernandes, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Halicharan Narzary, Zonunmawia

    Forwards: Jeje Lalpekhlua, CK Vineeth, Mohammed Rafi, Bawlte Rohmingthanga

    Chennaiyin FC - 2019 AFC Cup Qualifying Playoff Round Fixtures:

    1st Leg: Wednesday, March 6 2019: Colombo FC (Sri Lanka) vs Chennaiyin FC – Kick-Off: 15:30 IST

    Venue: Colombo Race Course Ground, Colombo

    2nd Leg: Wednesday, March 13 2019: Chennaiyin FC vs Colombo FC (Sri Lanka) – Kick-Off: 19:30 IST

    Venue: The Arena by TransStadia, Ahmedabad

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  • goalkeepargoalkeepar Turkish occupied Cyprus28376 Points
    since playing Sri Lankan opponents in Tamil Nadu would not be politically conducive.

    Why ? Do they think people in chennai will attack the sri Lankan team ? Or this is just a excuse as Nita aunty has denied permission for AFC cup in an ISL booked stadium.
    DEFENCE123
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