Former India international striker Alex Ambrose, recently sacked by the AIFF due to sexual misconduct allegations, has denied any wrongdoing from his side and send a legal notice to the AIFF for “tarnishing his reputation by levelling frivolous charges”. Further a notice issued by Mumbai-based advocate Madhukar P. Dalvi on …Read More »
The All India Football Federation has sacked Alex Ambrose, who was serving as the assistant coach of the Indian U-17 Women’s football team, for sexual misconduct. Ambrose’s sacking was confirmed on Twitter by Dr S.Y. Quraishi, a member of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) running the affairs at …Read More »
420 Grams VIDEO: Misconduct’ by India U-17 Coach; Spotlight on Safety & Health of National Athletes!
Alex Ambrose, assistant coach with the India Under-17 women’s football team, was suspended and called back from Norway for alleged “misconduct” involving at least one minor player during the current training and exposure tour to Europe. The Committee of Administrators (CoA), which is managing the affairs of the All India …Read More »
“We hope that qualifying for tournaments like the AFC Asian Cup becomes a habit for our country,” said Alex Ambrose, former India international and India U-17 Women’s assistant coach, on the sidelines of the 2023 AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Hong Kong.Read More »
The India girls are all set to kick off their SAFF U-19 Women’s Championship with an opening fixture against Sri Lanka on Monday, December 13, tomorrow at the Bir Sherestha Shadeed Shiapi Mostafa Kamal Stadium in Dhaka. The match will kick off at 6:30pm IST and will be streamed live …Read More »
AIFC Webinar on Coaching Elite Youth Players for coaches with Pro, A, B, & C license. The session was led by Scott O’Donell, Technical Director of Capital Football. The presentation was followed by a panel discussion that included coaches Flyod Pinto, Alex Ambrose & Bibiano Fernandes.Read More »
Dennerby hails coaching support staff for the support in improving FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup probables!
India U-17 Women’s Team head coach Thomas Dennerby hailed his coaching staff for the crucial role they play in preparing the players for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup – India. The Swede, who coached his native Sweden to a third-place finish in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, a …Read More »
As India prepares to host its second ever FIFA World Cup, the junior women footballers are getting set to take their shot at being a part of the team that will represent the country in the mega event. With about a year to go, four teams – the Lionesses, the …Read More »
Preparations for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup are well underway, with the Indian team now set to undergo a 10-day camp in Kalyani, West Bengal, later this month. The India U-17 women’s team has already been in camp for the last four months, and after a brief break, …Read More »
After booking their spot in the final of the SAFF U-15 Women’s Championship 2019, India head coach Alex Ambrose feels that in their next match against Bangladesh on Sunday, October 13, his side needs to keep executing the good work that they have been carrying out in the last two …Read More »