The first Kolkata derby of 2016 ended in a 1-1 draw between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal, as the two arch rivals measured each other up in the early stages of the I-League.
Mohun Bagan AC kicked off their I-League defence with a convincing 3-1 win over I-League Division II champions Aizawl FC with a brace from new acquisition Cornell Glen.
The 2013/14 I-league campaign is near its fag-end and like every season, this term too has its set of top and flop foreigners. While some foreign players have helped their club to reach staggering heights, some have hugely let down their respective employers. Sean Rooney, Cornell Glen and John Johnson feature among the top performing foreign players while Odafa Okolie, James Moga and Lamine Tamba lead the list of under-performing foreigners. Top Foreigners Sean Rooney (Bengaluru FC) The Australian has been vital in Bengaluru FC lifting the I-League trophy in their debut season. Rooney, who played for Salgaocar last season, has scored 10 league goals for the champions this term. The striker formed a lethal partnership with Sunil Chhetri and Robin Singh upfront, which proved pivotal in Bengaluru FC tasting success in their very first season amongst Indiaai??i??s elite clubs. Rooney may be eighth in the top goalscorers list in the I-League this season, but the importance of his goals […]
With the new I-League season not far away, TheHardTackle takes a look at the top 5 new foreign arrivals this summer so far.
hillong Lajong however have taken a giant step to solve their goal-scoring woes by signing Cornell Glen And Charles Edoa Nga
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