I-League clubs to meet Monday, discuss the future course of action

I-League clubs to meet Monday, discuss the future course of action

  • Jul 02, 2019
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As per the news, All India Football Federation is currently planning to establish Indian super league as the top league of the country. Due to this decision of all India Football Federation, I-League clubs are miffed. These clubs think that All India Football Federation is giving step-motherly treatment to them and they are planning to arrange a meeting on Monday where they are going to discuss the future action course on it.

In this meeting, I-League clubs will decide their future actions on this matter. According to the owner of a top club, if AIFF will go further with this decision to make Indian super league as the top league of India, these clubs will challenge the decision into the court. At the present time, it is definitely one of the big Indian football news that is in trend.

On Monday, these clubs are going to approach appeals committee of all India Football Federation for the discussion of fines imposed on them. After this Indian football news, all India Football Federation also called a meeting of Executive committee on 3rd July to find a proper way to get rid of this kind of trouble for the future of Indian football.

AIFF signed an MRA (master rights of agreement) in 2010 with the commercial partners FSDL (Football Sports Development Limited) that is a subsidiary of IMG Reliance that stated that and you League should be made as to the top division of Indian football. Due to it, league football clubs can replace the comma discontinued or reconstituted on a temporary or permanent basis. According to Indian football news, I league champions Chennai City football club still not received the prize money of Rs 1 crore from All India Football Federation for the title triumph. Even after the time of 3 and a half months, it is the current situation and there is no any kind of update for it. They won the prize money three months ago but still they had not got it from AIFF. In the same way, Minerva Punjab as well as Gokulam Kerala football clubs also not received the prize money of Rs 15 lakh for this season. In this kind of situation, it is definitely one of the big Indian football news where I-League clubs will decide their future actions in this meeting on Monday.

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