The Maharashtra Inter District Football Championship (MIDFC) Men’s Open – Hingoli 2015 is under way!
The first round of fixtures are as follows:
Cluster A and B to be played at Z.P. High School Ground near Police station, Basmat, Hingoli
Cluster C and D to be played at Baherji College ground, Parbhani road, Basmat, Hingoli
Mumbai, Kolhapur, Nagpur and Pune will join the winners of each cluster in the second round which will be in a league format thereafter. These teams directly qualified for the second round as they were semifinalists in last years tournament.
The fixtures will be put up shortly.Read More »
Following are the AIFF D License results:
|1st to 5th September – SAI Campus, Aurangabad|
|2||Saurabh M Parab||Pass|
|3||Shaukat Pathan||Pro Pass|
|4||Azhar Md Hafiz M D||Pass|
|6||Md Ajmal Md Osman||Pro Pass|
|7||Jitender M Thakare||Pro Pass|
|8||Manoj Ahirwar||Pro Pass|
|9||Mahommad Naseer A Nabi||Pro Pass|
|11||Dhananjay Yadavrao Maske||Pass|
|13||Shrikant Dlip Chavan||Pass|
|14||Syed Abu Talha||Pass|
|15||Siddhiqui Iliyas Mahemododin||Pro Pass|
|16||Hastak Sunil Prakash||Pro Pass|
|18||Himanshu N Sawant||Pro Pass|
|19||Kumbhar Yogesh Ramesh||Pro Pass|
|20||Sufiyan Rangreg||Pro Pass|
|21||Amit K M Bhawane||Pro Pass|
|22||Anzar Hmed Greshi||Pro Pass|
|23||Shaikh Altaf Sk Khurshid||Pro Pass|
|24||Amit K Ughade||Pass|
|25||Mohammed Abdul Qayyum||Pass|
|26||Imram Khan Gaffar Khan||Pro Pass|
|27||Wajid Rafique Khatib||Pro Pass|
|29||Susmit Munna Shemle||Pro Pass|
|30||Shaik Md Ibraheem Md Hussain||Pro Pass|
|27th To 31st October – Cooperage, Mumbai|
|1||Rohan Siddharth Sonawane||Pass|
|3||Brenton Elevterio Antao||Pass|
|4||Napoleon Cristhu Kumar||Pass|
|6||Krishnakant D Natekar||Pass|
|7||Mohan Krishna Pillay||Pass|
|8||Bosco Martin Fernandes||Pass|
|10||Akshay Praful Randhave||Pass|
|11||Vinod Chandrasingh Chhatre||Pass|
|12||Mohammed Salim Ansari||Pass|
|13||Ayush Ketan Shah||Pass|
|14||Ahbaan Azam Tumbi||Pass|
|15||Nedarya Ammar Bashir||Pass|
|16||Valentine Alexander Alvares||Pass|
|17||Pankaj Kumar Shrivastav||Pass|
|18||Naresh Jayram Pardeshi||Pass|
|19||Diago Maxey Fernandes||Pass|
|21||Gavale Vaibhav Rajendra||Pass|
|22||Bunty Rajendra Dhiman||Pass|
|23||Anurag Vinodkumar Yadav||Pass|
|24||Abhishek Dineshnarayan Tripathi||Pass|
|29||Asif Mohammed Shaikh||Pass|
|26th To 30th November – Cooperage, Mumbai|
|1||Prashant Shiv Rana||Pass|
|3||Akash Deepak Jadhav||Pass|
|4||Sunil Balwant Gusain||Pass|
|7||Jayendra Krushnakant Pandit||Pass|
|8||Praveen Pathissaril Kutty||Pass|
|10||Shaik Khaleel Rahman||Pass|
|11||J James||Pro Pass|
|13||Ravi Babu R.||Pass|
|14||Pradeep Singh Rawat||Pass|
|17||Savio Manuel Rodrigues||Pass|
|20||Puneet Clivert Martis||Pass|
|21||Lokesh Bherwani Suresh||Pass|
|23||Shriram Narendra Sudrik||Pass|
|24||Vinod Kumar J||Pass|
|25||Antony Shibi H||Pass|
|26||Bhupendra Singh Bist||Pass|
|27||Piyush V. Patil||Pass|
|28||Rohit Singh (Pro-Pass 24to28 Aug Cooperage)||Pass|
The participants whose names do not feature in the list have been unsuccessful in clearing the course.Read More »
Santosh Trophy – West Zone qualifiers
Maharashtra team are sitting pretty on the second spot as they look on course to qualify for the final round of the Santosh Trophy.
|5||Daman & Diu||3||0||0||3||3||28||-25||0|
The remaining matches of the qualifying round are as follows:
|Goa||vs||Madhya Pradesh||19 Jan, 2015|
|Daman & Diu||vs||Maharashtra||20 Jan, 2015|
Coca Cola Sub Juniors – Final
For the Sub Junior boys all is not going well as they have just managed to get a point from a couple of matches. Last match proving to be the most disastrous one losing to Jharkhand 7-1. There are 2 games left for the boys and if other results go their way boys have a chance to qualify for the semis.
Remaining set of Fixtures
|Maharashtra||vs||Mizoram||20 Jan, 2015|
|Kerala||vs||Jharkand||20 Jan, 2015|
|Mizoram||vs||Kerala||22 Jan, 2015|
|Haryana||vs||Maharashtra||22 Jan, 2015|
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Maharashtra’s resilience and fighting spirit earned them a fighting draw with Kerala.
After Clivert Millar’s early penalty that put Maharashtra in the lead, the onus was on Maharashtra to push on and take control of the game. Despite creating good chances, Kerala drew level thanks to some sloppy play and awful defending. This sparked Kerala into life as a slippery ground didn’t aid Maharashtra in keeping them at bay. Kerala scored 5 goals by the end of 1st half to put them firmly into the driver seat.
In spite of a dreadful 1st half, The Maharashtra Team weren’t intimidated by their opponents. Maharashtra came close to pulling one back with the effort just going wide. Maharashtra continued to grow into the game as the half progressed and a sublime finish from Aman Kirnapure reduced the deficit at the 50th minute mark.
Taking the challenge head on, Maharashtra scored 2 more goals through Gaston D’silva and Aniket Varekarr in the next 12 minutes to bring them in touching distance with Kerala. Maharashtra Coach Augusto D’silva urged his team to push on for the equalizer and Pranav Kanase scored the 5th goal on 72 minutes to draw equal.
Maharashtra came close to scoring the elusive winning goal on 76 minutes. Kerala realizing they were no match for Maharashtra,shored up their defense to see the match through.
Overall it was a match of two halves as both teams cancelled out each other to end an exciting and pulsating match.Read More »
Maharashtra Sub Junior Team travel to Goa for the Final round of the Coca Cola Cup.
Maharashtra are placed in the group B to be contested in Raia Ground where they will be facing Mizoram, Jharkhand, Kerala and Haryana.
14 Jan vs Kerala
18 Jan vs Jharkhand
20 Jan vs Mizoram
22 Jan vs Haryana
Top 2 teams from Group A and Group B will play in the Semis on 24 Jan.
The Team is as follows:
|Sr.No.||Name of Player||District|
|7||Bhuvan S. Jerpoth||Nagpur|
|Asst Coach||Sunder Raj Francis||Nagpur|
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New AIFF D License 2nd to 6th February 2015 @ Cooperage Football Stadium, Mumbai
WIFA’s Coach education department announces AIFF D License Course!
Schedule: 2nd to 6th February 2015
Timings: 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Fees: Rs. 7500
The ‘D’ licence course has provided an ideal introduction to football coaching.
The course is open to any person over 18 years of age having football playing experience, a passion for football, an interest in coaching and the motivation to improve skills and understanding.
The course would be conducted by AIFF instructors.
AIFF D LICENSE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM:
The 5 day non-residential course will comprise of theory and practical elements –
* Role of the coach
* Warm up
* Planning a coaching Session
* Principles of Play
* Age Specific Training
* Coaching Children
* Nutrition For Football
* Injury Prevention & Management
* Hygiene, Sports Safety & Injury Prevention
* Health Care for Footballers
* Emergency first aid
* Children ensuring safety in football
Post Course Performance Analysis
Candidates are required to keep a log-book, recording the development of their individual action plan and details of planning, preparing and evaluating training sessions.
For further queries please write a mail to firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More »
The Maharashtra team has been announced for the upcoming 69th National Football Championship for Santosh Trophy (West Zone) held at Rajkot, Gujarat from 10th to 20th January 2015.
|Sr.No.||Name of Player||District|
|14||Shakti Singh Thakur||Nagpur|
|18||Jay Kumar Patil||Kolhapur|
Coach : Mr. Caitano Pinho (Mumbai)
Manager : Mr. Iqbal Kashmiri (Nagpur)
Asst. Coach: Mr. Sameer Shaikh (Pune)
Asst. Manager : Mr. Dharmesh Patel (Mumbai)
West Zone qualifying round
10 Jan 2015 Gujarat vs Daman & Diu
11 Jan 2015 Maharashtra vs Goa
12 Jan 2015 Gujarat vs Madhya Pradesh
13 Jan 2015 Daman & Diu vs Goa
15 Jan 2015 Maharashtra vs Madhya Pradesh
16 Jan 2015 Gujarat vs Goa
17 Jan 2015 Madhya Pradesh vs Daman & Diu
18 Jan 2015 Maharashtra vs Gujarat
19 Jan 2015 Goa vs Madhya Pradesh
20 Jan 2015 Daman & Diu vs Maharashtra
Top 2 teams from the group will qualify for the Final round.
In the previous season Maharashtra cruised through the qualifying round. In the final round played at Siliguri Maharashtra were placed in Group A with teams like Mizoram, Kerala, Uttarakhand and Services. Maharashtra qualified to the semis placed second into the group. In the semis Maharastra played out a 1-1 draw in regulation time with Railways and eventually walked out of the tournament by finishing the tie-breaker 5-3 in favour of Railways.
In the past Maharashtra has lifted the Santosh trophy finals 4 times, last one back in 2000. Maharashtra only second to West Bengal to qualify for the finals for a record 15 times.Read More »