Bengaluru FC owner Parth Jindal wants to sign Sahal Abdul Samad and expressed his admiration for the playmaker. Also, is Sandesh Jhingan going to sign for a European club?
Sahal had not been a regular starter for Kerala Blasters during the last edition of the ISL under coach Eelco Schattorie to the dismay of the Manjappada. With Bengaluru FC owner expressing his interest in Sahal, would it be good move for him to move and reunite with his teammates from the National Team, Ashique Kuruniyan, Udanta Singh and Sunil Chhetri?
With Sandesh Jhingan being released by Kerala Blasters, the Indian defender is unsurprisingly being linked with numerous clubs in India and abroad. Will we see the Indian defender don the colors of German club Hallescher FC or maybe Scottish club Motherwell? We will have to wait and see.
Indian U-17 Women’s Coach Thomas Dennerby sees the postponement of the World Cup as an opportunity to improve the team and put up a better performance. The postponing of the World Cup also increases the possibility of playing games with spectators at the venues which would make a great difference for the girls and for Women’s football in the country. What are your opinions?