Sir Armando Colaco!!

jose12jose12 4 Points
Should we at IFNF address the Dempo coach as Sir Armando Colaco?
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  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    Should we at IFNF address the Dempo coach as Sir Armando Colaco?
    So far 20 members viewed this poll & only 5 answered. If you people dont want to say NO then atleast say YES. <!-- s:lol: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_lol.gif" alt=":lol:" title="Laughing" /><!-- s:lol: -->
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Should we at IFNF address the Dempo coach as Sir Armando Colaco?
    So far 20 members viewed this poll & only 5 answered. If you people dont want to say NO then atleast say YES. <!-- s:lol: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_lol.gif" alt=":lol:" title="Laughing" /><!-- s:lol: -->

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  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    Three cheers for Armando Colaco hep! hep!! hurray!!! <!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/handgestures/thumbup.gif" alt=":handgestures-thumbup:" title="Thumb Up" /><!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: -->
  • FaNtEcHFaNtEcH 0 Points
    Don't you think it's a bit too early?
  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    No longer had India
    shocked Qatar 2-1, that the
    coaches have started demanding
    that the All India Football
    Federation (AIFF) should discard
    the idea of hiring foreign
    coaches for the national team.
    This was the first time in 10
    years India had beaten a team
    placed in the top-100 of the Fifa
    rankings when goals from Sunil
    Chetri and Sushil Kumar Singh
    sank the 2006 Asian Games
    champions on their home turf on
    Sunday.
    Sukhwinder Singh, who guided
    India to a memorable win over
    United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the
    World Cup qualifiers in 2001,
    was impressed with the team’s
    performance.
    “It’s a huge and creditable win,
    not a tailor-made one on home
    pitch. I am happy it came under
    Indian coach Armando Colaco. If
    you look at the statistics closely,
    you will find the national team
    always came a cropper outside
    India in the last five years,” said
    Sukhwinder.
    “There are no alternatives to
    aboriginal coaches when it
    comes to national team. They
    know and understand the Indian
    players better and are aware of
    the ground realities,”
    Sukhwinder added.
    Colaco, on his part, gave all credit
    to the players. “This is what I call
    not just an impressive
    performance but also perfect.
    Whatever we had planned was
    executed to perfection. I am
    delighted with the performance
    of this team.”
    Pointing out that Qatar had just
    come back from a tour of
    Europe, Colaco said, “Look at the
    Qatar’s preparations for the
    World Cup qualifier against
    Vietnam.
    “They trained abroad and
    invested huge amount in the
    preparations. They hired the best
    of coaches but we got the better
    of them. This proves that India
    has the potential. We have the
    players and the coaches,” Colaco
    said.
    One of India’s most successful
    club coaches, Colaco has been
    given the national job on a
    purely temporary basis after the
    end of British coach Bob
    Houghton’s five-year stint.
    Subhas Bhowmick, a 1970 Asian
    Games bronze medallist and a
    former national coach, said he
    was sick and tired of AIFF’s ad-
    hoc policy. “Had this win been
    achieved under Houghton
    everyone would have gone to
    town praising the technical
    acumen of the foreign coach.- The Telegraphvested huge amount in the
    preparations. They hired the best
    of coaches but we got the better
    of them. This proves that India
    has the potential. We have the
    players and the coaches,” Colaco
    said.
    One of India’s most successful
    club coaches, Colaco has been
    given the national job on a
    purely temporary basis after the
    end of British coach Bob
    Houghton’s five-year stint.
    Subhas Bhowmick, a 1970 Asian
    Games bronze medallist and a
    former national coach, said he
    was sick and tired of AIFF’s ad-
    hoc policy. “Had this win been
    achieved under Houghton
    everyone would have gone to
    town praising the technical
    acumen of the foreign coach.- The Telegraph
  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    Don't you think it's a bit too early?
    The britishers gets knighted by the queen if there is someone best from a particular field from their country. We Indians always consider us as inferiors. Imagine if england was placed 150 in FIFA rankings & Colaco was their coach under who they beat a team in the top 100, the queen who have immediately granted him knighthood. I dont expect anything from the Govt & the federation but atleast IFNF should start addressing him as sir.
  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    “We
    are not going to succumb to the
    pressure but will try our level
    best to show an improved
    performance in play. They are
    very aggressive and understand
    each other very well. We are
    working on some strategies/
    tactics especially slowing down
    the pace of the game.” - Armando Colaco on the upcoming WC qualifier against UAE.
  • indian_goonerindian_gooner 3427 Points
    yeah ...Sir Armando Colaco!! <!-- s:clap: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/eusa/clap.gif" alt=":clap:" title="Clap" /><!-- s:clap: --> <!-- s:bow-yellow: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/bow/yellow.gif" alt=":bow-yellow:" title="Yellow" /><!-- s:bow-yellow: -->
  • JoyptanJoyptan 295 Points
    LOL!!! To the thread. :))
  • Joyptan wrote: »
    LOL!!! To the thread. :))

    <br><div><br></div><div>What a difference 2 years can make.</div>
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