The situation brewing around the postponement of the proposed Indian Super league has left many perplexed. So what actually went wrong in the there? Let’s take a vigilant look and analyse the current situation with respect to the clubs gaining and young players losing out.
With the AIFF deciding to discontinue Arrows, THT analyses the journey of the team and analyses why disbandment of arrows is a step back for Indian Football.
THT takes a look on Pailan Arrows, and why the team shouldn't be disbanded
Pailan Arrows had an impressive start to the campaign riding on the brilliance of Milan Singh and Alwyn George, but they failed to maintain the high standards.
I-League has seen it's fair share of time wasting tactics recently. While it is a part of modern football, this tactic may have a negative impact on Indian football.
In I-League R-13, East Bengal and Pailan Arrows tries to overturn their fortunes while high-flying Mumbai FC hosts stuttering Dempo and Duler Stadium enters the fray.
I-League round 12 pits new title challengers Pune FC and Prayag United against each other while Dempo SC faces a tactical challenge from Pailan Arrows
TheHardTackle analyses the Pailan Arrows four pillars whom Indian Football fans can look forward to - Holicharan Narzary, Alwyn George, Milan Singh and Souvik Ghosh.
Pailan Arrows have started brightly in this year's I-League but they have recently been hit by off field issues. THT takes a look at the Arrows and reviews other matches from Round-6.
East Bengal saves Kolkata football fraternity of the embarrassment of witnessing no representative in the last four stage of Federation Cup 2012 as the Red-&-Golds managed to salvage some pride by qualifying as Group-C winners to join three Goan giants in Dempo SC, Salgaocar FC and Churchill Brothers to set up a couple of eagerly anticipated semi final clashes.