THT Guest Author Bhargab Sarmah reviews the 2014/15 season for Royal Wahingdoh who finished third under the tutelage of Santosh Kashyap
Referring has continued to come under the scanner in I League this season with a lot of coaches and players voicing their concerns,
TheHardTackle reviews action from I-League Second Division where Royal Wahingdoh defeated Bhawanipore to gain promotion
TheHardTackle takes a look at the current plight of the 2nd Division League and argues for a longer season to strengthen the country's league structure.
TheHardTackle takes a look at the teams before the final round of I-League second division
Lajong FC qualified for the semi-final stage of Federation Cup from Group A, which also saw a strong performance from Royal Wahingdoh while Churchill Brothers and Mohun Bagan were heavily disappointing.
The AIFF’s blue ribbon tournament and premier knockout competition is all set to kick-off on the 17th with Group A and Group B being played at the Balewadi Sports Complex and Group C and Group D being played at the Salt Lake stadium in Kolkata. TheHardTackle brings you an in-depth preview of Group A and Group B to be held in Pune.
The I-League Second Division has come to a close. In the first installment of the tournament review, we evaluate the performance of Southern Samity, Mohammedan Sporting, Royal Wahindoh and United Sikkim.
The Final round of Second Division is about to kick-off. Eight teams will participate in final round with the top two qualifying for I-League 2011/12. Teams like Vasco, Mohammedan and Sporting Clube have tasted top level football before while the likes of Southern Samity and Royal Wahingdoh are debutantes in this level.
The six teams which qualified for the final round included some traditionally big clubs like Mohammedan and Vasco along with less fancied names like Southern Samity and Royal Wahingdoh. This was also a forgettable season in second division for each of the five Kerala teams.