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2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Two high hurdles in India’s path

West Asian giants Qatar, Oman expected to dominate the group; Afghanistan, Bangladesh provide hope.

Hero Continental Cup: India hopes for improved show in do-or-die match against North Korea

India led 2-0 at half time against Tajikistan through goals from captain Sunil Chhetri but then let in four goals in the second half to lose the match. An out-of-sorts Indian defence crumbled into pieces and undid all the good work done in the first session.

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India to take on Tajikistan in Intercontinental Cup

Defending champions India take on Tajikistan in their first match on the opening day, while Syria and North Korea are the other two participating teams.

Igor Stimac giving India a dose of World Cup belief, says Gurpreet Sandhu

Former Croatia defender Stimac was appointed coach on a two-year contract last month after Englishman Stephen Constantine walked away from the job in the wake of the team's exit from the group stages of the Asian Cup.

King's Cup 2019: India lose 1-3 to Curacao in Igor Stimac's first match in charge

On his first match in charge of the Indian football team, Igor Stimac falls to defeat at the hands of Curacao's first-half rampage in the King's Cup in Thailand.

Igor Stimac names six newcomers as India leave for King's Cup

The six newcomers in the India squad include Rahul Bheke, Brandon Fernandes, Raynier Fernandes, Michael Soosairaj, Abdul Sahal and India U-17 World Cup team captain Amarjit Singh.

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India must work to become a force in Asian football again: Igor Stimac

Igor Stimac, who as a coach has guided Croatia to the 2014 World Cup, believes that the entire footballing fraternity of the country should be brought together to make the national football team a force in the continent.

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu hails coach Tomislav Rogic ahead of King's Cup

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu believes that Tomislav Rogic is the best goalkeeping coach he has ever coached under.

Igor Stimac releases six more players from national football camp

Before the start of India's campaign in the King's Cup on June 5, newly appointed manager Igor Stimac has let go of six more players to finalise on his final 23-man squad.

India football coach Igor Stimac releases 6 players from camp

Vishal Kaith, Germanpreet Singh, Nandha Kumar, Redeem Tlang, Bikramjit Singh, and Sumeet Passi are the ones who have been released ahead of the King's Cup, to be held in Buriram, Thailand from June 5-8.

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