Mohun Bagan look all set to end their trophy drought this season and Sanjay Sen has got his tactics of playing Son Norde, Katsumi Yusa and Pierre Boya spot on
In this series, TheHardTackle will cover some of the most legendary but often forgotten figures of Indian Football. These are players, coaches or administrators who have made a difference to Indian football in their lifetime but are not known to football fans in the current era. Part-19 talks about the incredible Mohammad Habib, a man who won it all.
Argentina and Germany share a unique rivalry in World Cup, having faced each other six times in past.
Eight World Cups. Twelve finals. Close to two dozen appearences in the final four positions of a World Cup. Brazil. Germany.
Germany and France have played out some of the greatest matches in the history of World Cup.
The Asian countries may have done poorly in World Cup but their future still looks bright.
Vittorio Pozzo is Italy's most successful International manager but he failed to defeat one team in his trophy laded career - England.
As Spain get ready to face the Netherlands, we take a look back in time when Louis van Gaal faced off against Vicente del Bosque in an El Clasico.
What would have happened if Roberto Baggio was fully fit in 1994 World Cup final? What if Puscas' last gasp strike in 1954 final was not chalked off? Would Indian football have changed if India participated in 1950? The World Cup has some intriguing cases of "What if"s.
Mohun Bagan Season 2013/14 - A Perennial Flop Show