To fructify the hopes that this could be a watershed moment for Indian football, the team will have to produce some scintillating stuff.
The FIFA under 17 World Cup begins with a face-off between Columbia and Ghana in and a match between Turkey and New Zealand. There can not be a bigger disappointment.
India's capital will host its last game of the tournament on October 16, just before pollution levels spike around the Diwali festival, when Hindus celebrate by setting off huge amounts of fireworks.
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The past masters of the game from the country never got a chance to play in a World Cup.
There was talk ahead of the World Cup about the weather and the pollution in Delhi, and that question was posed to both coaches. Nigeria also failed to qualify for the World Cup twice in succession in 1997 and 1999. I am very much focused on giving my cent percent on October 06.
Flaunting stylish haircuts and mimicking the top stars, the squad of 21 Indian boys, led by Amarjit Singh Kiyam, pose every bit like their footballing heroes. The fans will surely miss some good quality Nigerian football. The 63-year-old openly spoke about his tactical approach, saying that he believes in making sure his side is defensively strong and well organised with holding two solid lines of four when the opposition has the ball. the ball. It was a disaster. "The entire Country is rooting for you", he added.
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The former Nigeria worldwide, who played at the 1994 FIFA World Cup and won Olympic gold in 1996, Emmanuel Amuneke, has embarked upon a successful coaching career that saw him lead the Golden Eaglets to glory at the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2015 in Chile.
The Ghanaian players can take inspiration from their illustrious predecessors such as Odartey Lamptey, Sammy Kuffour, Yaw Preko, Mohammed Gargo and Daniel Addo who made names for themselves at the same stage when Ghana dominated the competition in 1991. Clean footballers are the strength of a nation. Fans who sing for us, who back us through wins, draws and defeats, trophies and disappointment.
Unlike the senior tournament, the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup results are hard to predict. The team Blue is receiving lot of love and support from the nation. The seasoned football official and politician, who runs for the Nationalist Congress Party, has been invited by the FIFA Council to join its session at the end of the month in Kolkata as the U-17 World Cup culminates with the final at the Salt Lake Stadium.
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