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Mumbai F.C – The new kid on the block; the story so far…

Posted in Football, India, soccer, sports by clash on October 14, 2008

Mumbai F.C is a relatively new club that is setting the i-league on fire. Afinishing their first 3 games, they have defeated the power houses in Indian Football. During this rampage they ran over Mohun Bagan, East Bengal and Mahindra United; the 3 top clubs in i-league.

Here is their story so far….

An overview of the 2nd edition of i-league so far.

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Kalia Kulothongan’s only goal earned Mumbai FC their 3rdwin in the league which took them to the Numero Uno position after 3 matches along with Sporting Club de Goa

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3 cheers to them…

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For a newbie in the National Scene, it was quite stunning!

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Oh.. yeah, of course they are the giant killers now!

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It is not the usual newspapers that are spreading the vibes; here Business Standard goes ga ga about a club supported by Essel group.

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3 straight wins against 3 big shots is no easy task !

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One among the 3 big shots: East Bengal, no mean feat!

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Team spirit is an undeniable quality that every winning team possess and Mumbai FC are not short of it in any terms!

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Bimal Ghosh is a man who leads a quiet revolution in Indian Football. There is a team that has hardly dropped off from the national scene but somehow doesn’t generate much news – Air India. This astute man seems to be happy for Mumbai FC

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Mumbai Boys have quiet rocked Kolkota now. The again only 3 matches are over; it is far too early to predict anything. Let me remind you, this is a just an attempt to celebrate the entry of new kid in the block and their current winning streak! But the article is quite rhetoric!

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The man behind the show: David Booth has his legs firmly grounded even after toppling East Bengal and Mohun Bagan.

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Yes they did overpower East Bengal!

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The man behind the scene; David Booth wants more of this :

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Very rarely would you find the so called beacons of our society these days; the television news channels, finding time for Indian Football. Now, it seems Mumbai FC has finally caught their attention. Hope they don’t end up conducting candlelight vigils for the Kolkota clubs. Here goes a report from NDTV

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I seriously had a quintal load of hopes on Mohun Bagan this season, but seems like they are faltering big time.

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The man behind the scene David Booth about tactics and sorts :

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Player ratings for the East Bengal match :

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Twins from Malappuram a district in Kerala which has produced a host of Indian internationals are enjoying a good stint with Mumbai FC. They are the right role models for any aspiring football professional from Kerala. Anees and Aseem, who are raking up good ratings for their performances for Mumbai FC have traveled quite a lot, for a footballer in India. From Goa they have hopped to Mumbai, where they seem to have settled in now. Kudos to Hindustan Times for carrying this story.

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Oh.. yeah a rude jolt for Bagan.

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Shock!

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Timely reminder right at the beginning of the league for Karim and his boys.

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Player ratings for the Bagan match:

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Mumbai FC definitely did not turn up to be an easy opponent

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Mumbai outfits hoped to tilt the balance of power. Mumbai FC now seems to have strengthened the feeling a bit more

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Mumbai FC with the support of Essel group has big plans. Stadiums, academy and so on.

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For all the action from I-league and daily new dosage of Indian football book mark this link available here.

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  1. Pavel said, on October 17, 2008 at 6:42 am

    We the Football lover when got frustrated with the latest conditions of indian football. Mumbai FC shows the new ray of hope that if the corporate world wants to do somthing for football surely that wil effect. though i am unhappy as they defeated East Bengal. but i really loved their game and spirit also.
    all the best to them i well wishes are with Mumbai FC..

  2. clash said, on October 17, 2008 at 10:40 am

    Mumbai FC is welcome change in Indian Football scene!

  3. cyrus said, on October 21, 2008 at 5:50 am

    Great page

    We love the football MFC plays

    Hope we generate more articles and keep moving forward towards our goal

    One day i want Mumbai FC to be the face of indian football

  4. TONFACK ESSOFACK said, on November 7, 2008 at 10:20 am

    Hello Mr. President,
    I address this fold to you to get information that I wish sent 4 cv of our best footballers on your premise in your club to pass the tests with the FC Mumbai but I do not have a continuation we are an association which manages the footballers African Sincere greeting
    The manager
    Olivier tonfack essofack
    tel 0022567375016
    Ivory Coast

  5. TONFACK ESSOFACK said, on November 7, 2008 at 10:21 am

    Hello Mr. President, I address this fold to you to get information that I wish sent 4 cv of our best footballers on your premise in your club to pass the tests with the FC Mumbai but I do not have a continuation we are an association which manages the footballers African Sincere greeting
    The manager
    Olivier tonfack essofack


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