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  • usaindiausaindia 1671 Points
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    This is good that schools are taking an interest in the FIFA Academies as this can benefit them as well
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points
    wow such constructive competitions are the thing i want indian football to possess in every department <!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/handgestures/thumbup.gif" alt=":handgestures-thumbup:" title="Thumb Up" /><!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: -->
  • usaindiausaindia 1671 Points
    Sailesh is named as manager for west zone academy according yo twitter
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points
    Sailesh is named as manager for west zone academy according yo twitter
    shailesh karkera :great selection by aiff <!-- s:clap: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/eusa/clap.gif" alt=":clap:" title="Clap" /><!-- s:clap: --> ...he is the founder of football mumbai and is one of those prime reason that all updates of mdfa matches are there to be perfect ..he is almost the perfect guy for the job from west zone good choice aiff
    it seems like a very old news given the wishes of his friends in his fb account as well from some 2-3 weeks back
    in short a deserving guy gets a post which needs some passionate members like him <!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/handgestures/thumbup.gif" alt=":handgestures-thumbup:" title="Thumb Up" /><!-- s:handgestures-thumbup: -->
  • AdminAdmin 240 Points
    Academy Trials end in New Delhi

    The National Trials for the Regional Academies, the first of its kind in India, ended at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Thursday (February 16).

    The two-day trial organised by the All India Football Federation (AIFF), was conducted and supervised by AIFF Technical Director Rob Baan and Scott O’Donell, Technical Manager for Regional and Elite Academies. Over hundred U-14 kids attended the trials.

    “It was great to see so many kids turn up for the Academy Trials and it was even more pleasant to see the enthusiasm of the parents who brought their kids to the Stadium and witnessed the entire process patiently,” Scott O’Donell, said.

    “It only goes on to show the interest over football in the Capital Region. We have selected some boys and hopefully some of them would make it to the final Selection Camp which will kick-off later,” he added.

    The AIFF would also be organising trials in other Centres and the best among the shortlisted kids form all the Centres would be called for a month-long Camp beginning mid-March.

    At the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, over hundred kids turned up on the first day of the Trials. The kids were made to play in different batches out of which some were shortlisted. On the second day, the shortlisted kids were joined by some more kids after which the final shortlisting was done.

    The next Trials are slated to be held in Kolkata on February 18-19, 2012.

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  • Academy Trials end in New Delhi

    The National Trials for the Regional Academies, the first of its kind in India, ended at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Thursday (February 16).

    The two-day trial organised by the All India Football Federation (AIFF), was conducted and supervised by AIFF Technical Director Rob Baan and Scott O’Donell, Technical Manager for Regional and Elite Academies. Over hundred U-14 kids attended the trials.

    “It was great to see so many kids turn up for the Academy Trials and it was even more pleasant to see the enthusiasm of the parents who brought their kids to the Stadium and witnessed the entire process patiently,” Scott O’Donell, said.

    “It only goes on to show the interest over football in the Capital Region. We have selected some boys and hopefully some of them would make it to the final Selection Camp which will kick-off later,” he added.

    The AIFF would also be organising trials in other Centres and the best among the shortlisted kids form all the Centres would be called for a month-long Camp beginning mid-March.

    At the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, over hundred kids turned up on the first day of the Trials. The kids were made to play in different batches out of which some were shortlisted. On the second day, the shortlisted kids were joined by some more kids after which the final shortlisting was done.

    The next Trials are slated to be held in Kolkata on February 18-19, 2012.

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    Nice start. Smooth. Hopefully they choose the actual best and money from parents does not win.
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    where in kolkata????
  • spartasparta Jamshedpur FC2074 Points
    It's in Mohan Bagan Ground 18th-19th Feb
  • I am just wondering though. Why 2 days. Even school teams in America get at least 3-4 days in trials. I understand the tight schedule the AIFF have with this but can we at least add an extra 2 days. Its 100 kids for gods sake. By the way are they doing trials in North-East India. I am guessing Shillong and Sikkim and maybe Nagaland and Mizoram.
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