Indian Super League will kill football in India, says Churchill Brothers CEO Valanka Alemao

Retired Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and former captain Sourav Ganguly are among a host of high-profile winning bidders for franchises in the Indian Super League football tournament.

updated: April 16, 2014 16:27 IST
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Panaji: The recently announced Indian Super League will kill football in the country and is violating International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) rules, the chief executive officer of a top Goan club said on Wednesday. (Read: Tendulkar, Ganguly to own teams in Indian Super League)

Eight franchises for the much-anticipated Indian Super League, which is scheduled to be held in September-November, were unveiled on Sunday. (Also read: Need to teach Sachin how to play football, says Ganguly)

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