Another Mohun Bagan coach resign!

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  • imsouravimsourav kolkata659 Points
    Bagan blunder continues.... Havoc change in administrative department is needed.
    Darby rightly said, a chartered accountant (anjan mitra) and an advocat (tutu bose) don't understand football's technical aspects
  • rudrarudra 2954 Points
    Subrata Bhattacharya is all set to the the TD, someone else will be the coach...but everyone knows that in Subrata comes, he will be the boss! Hoping to see good days return back in Mohun Bagan camp
  • usaindiausaindia 1671 Points
    hope MB gets relegated this year maybe taht will spark lot of changes
  • Deb_BanDeb_Ban 9654 Points
    Stupid, crooked MB officials are again out to ruin the club. The indifferent performance in Fed Cup was not because of the coach. The team was assembled before the coach was appointed. Everybody knew it was a lopsided team. The officials should explain the team selection to the supporters!

    If a player fails to perform, they are readily discarded (except Barreto); coaches are given lesser time to get a footing, but the main culprits, the officials, go scot free, and win elections on money power, years after years of mismanagement. God save MB!

    That joker Anjan Mittra should be hauled over hot charcoal and turned over a slow fire.
  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    hope MB gets relegated this year maybe taht will spark lot of changes
    If that ever happens then it will be the beginning of the end of whatever is left of Indian football. No matter how many times Goan clubs win the i-league, in my opinion nobody can replace MB. EB and MB are the pillars of Indian football.
  • rudrarudra 2954 Points
    hope MB gets relegated this year maybe taht will spark lot of changes
    If that ever happens then it will be the beginning of the end of whatever is left of Indian football. No matter how many times Goan clubs win the i-league, in my opinion nobody can replace MB. EB and MB are the pillars of Indian football.

    Surprised to see you saying that :)
  • jose12jose12 4 Points
    ... In the end truth trumps my friend. I know the Goan clubs limitations. Its true that i want Goan clubs to win every time but i will never ever wish that MB or EB gets relegated.
  • usaindiausaindia 1671 Points
    hope MB gets relegated this year maybe taht will spark lot of changes
    If that ever happens then it will be the beginning of the end of whatever is left of Indian football. No matter how many times Goan clubs win the i-league, in my opinion nobody can replace MB. EB and MB are the pillars of Indian football.
    lets not be afraid of change,we wont find out how i-league will be untill a real big club gets demoted like MB,EB
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points
    hope MB gets relegated this year maybe taht will spark lot of changes
    If that ever happens then it will be the beginning of the end of whatever is left of Indian football. No matter how many times Goan clubs win the i-league, in my opinion nobody can replace MB. EB and MB are the pillars of Indian football.
    lets not be afraid of change,we wont find out how i-league will be untill a real big club gets demoted like MB,EB
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    perfectly correct, we need some news like this....because many non kolkatta guys too know these clubs....this news may make them look for the new teams in the league which had become more competitive that even mb/eb like team got relegated....
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    The thing is even if these big clubs (including clubs of Goa and Bengal), make a poor squad and take bad management decisions, I-League at this moment is not competitive enough. Some of the teams are so weak that they will always keep the big clubs up in the table. Remember last season Mohun Bagan went through a bad phase, yet finished 5th
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