Exclusive: I-League clubs decide to go for a huge mutiny to save the league


XtraTime Web Desk: The I-League clubs call a huge movement to save the league as they feel the concerned bodies are trying to kill the no.1 league in the country. The official broadcasters have suddenly announced that there would be lesser number of matches to be telecasted from now on.

As a consequence, the I-League teams have decided to organize a press conference on 30th December at Kolkata.

It is learned that East Bengal and Mohun Bagan might not be a part of it, as East Bengal CEO Sanjit Sen said, “I heard about it but at the moment we don’t have any plan about it(to join). Nothing from our end as yet. Lets see what happens.”

On the flip side, Churchill Brothers owner Alemao Churchill told www.xtratime.in , “The majority of the players who are playing in the ISL, have all come up from the I-League only. The moment the league is doing so well, the moment I-League is getting a lot of positivity, the are trying to kill it. This is unacceptable. As I am tied up, I might not be a part in that meeting, but I am trying to send a representative.”

Confirmed sources also told XtraTime that the clubs are trying to take the matter to the court as well. Interesting days ahead, all eyes are now on 30th December.

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