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A football revolution at the heart of Chennai! A story of how a few individuals from Vyasarpadi started a football club to keep their young ones away from drug abuse and gang wars.
Meet the ‘Patan Girls’ – A group of talented footballers who have taken the Gujarat state football scene by storm.
Is Gujarat the next big destination for Indian football? We ask the stakeholders about the football revolution that has taken over the cricket-loving state.
|Vamos, Vamos, Argentina: An Eternal Drought ends for Kerala’s Argentina Fans||2021-07-18||This past Sunday as cries of ‘Vamos’ reverberated across Maracana, a similar mix of relief, jubilation and vindication was sweeping across Kerala. For the sky-blue and white half of the state, Vishu had come early!|
|Samantha Kerr’s Calcutta Connection||2021-06-10||Sam was 15 years old when she made her debut for the Matildas – she called herself ‘crap’ in her first interview with The Guardian.|
|Vuvuzela: Edition 1, May 14, 2021 – Hello World! Explaining Kalpanthu’s Newsletter Vuvuzela||2021-05-23||Before we begin the 24-edition series, I wanted to introduce Kalpanthu to the uninitiated.|
|Football is a way of life in Vada Chennai’s Vyasarpadi||2019-10-06||In Vada Chennai, the beautiful game is intertwined with the history of the place and through football, the folks here seek respite from the prejudices that cloud their little neighbourhood.|
|Getting Lost in the Great Indian Football Tussle||2019-04-12||The football fans in the country are caught in a classic Devil vs the Deep Blue Sea conundrum – who do we side with when both seem awfully corrupt?|
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