35th Federation Cup is upon us. 16 teams kick off the tournament today in hope to chase glory which comes with this prestigious cup. Teams are divided into four groups and the format is such that all the group matches carry vital weightage. Only the topper qualifies for semi finals. Group B can easily be the best contender to be called as the Group of death in this year’s late version of the Federation Cup. A very tricky group sees two new clubs participate in the fed cup for the first time, alongside Sporting Clube de Goa and eight time champions East Bengal. Bengaluru FC The side form garden city is raring to go and prove a point as they kick off their maiden Federation Cup campaign. Under the mentorship of Ashley Westwood, the side has silenced their critics in style so far in the I-League. The speculative talks of this side eventually degrading have now been put to bed […]