Oh Rudra you are missing the point, Delhi United FC have named themselves after a city. Thats a lot of effort.
Aizawl is also a city name I knew
Put your research or whatever it is aside for a second and get back to the reality, Aizawl FC have dodged past Delhi United FC and other random clubs to make a place in the I League 2. You might be wondering why your research work that showed DUFC in that place instead failed.
Well the problem is my dear friend that you are reading this up on the internet and conjecturing and idea depending on what you get to read and what is out of your reach.
But the reality is that AIFF had set certain criteria for the clubs to pass, those who did, you see them. Those who don't are not here. The AIFF have been judging that on ground and not internet. If DUFC smelled fish, they should have raised an alarm professional as they are or so you say.
So if you are going to tell us that DUFC and a certain Hyderabad FC deserve to qualify before the Aizawl FC do, we are not gonna buy that shit. Period!
I agree that most of us are sitting in front of the computer (not entirely true, many of us visit the grounds). But the good thing is that we realize that we are in front of computers. So we do not pass judgments. Putting your wish is one thing. You might have a feeling for those two clubs for the reasons you would know, but I have a problem when you try to tell a club official not to aim qualification for the next 2 seasons.
Aizawl FC have academy, YouTube channel, properly maintained website, they have many of the criteria which others could not, they have qualified from round I being 6 out of 23 teams, they are building a stadium. And all of that adds up to zero because two other clubs are ready with the names after cities. Is that a joke?
Also, I important thing that everyone misses is that having youtube,Facebook page doesn't make a club professional in my eyes. Maybe most of the supporters of a certain club might not even use these two mediums. I have seen people flocking to watch football matches and even paying for that just because local dailies/FM/radio covered those matches.
Hyderabad Globe is an amateur club,they are run by a small poultry farm owner.Only last month did they start practicing in a proper grass stadium(L.B Stadium).
Also they had to register under WIFA to participate in AIFF recognized tournaments,so imagine what all hurdles they have to pass to just make it to first round of 2nd Division.