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Press Releases from IndianFootball.Com (4 total)

06-18-2007 | Sports
IndianFootball.Com

IndianFootball.Com Awards 2007 voting underway

IndianFootball.Com, India\'s Premier Football Site, is proud to present the sixth annual IndianFootball.Com Awards voting, where Indian football fans, journalists, players and officials decide on award winning performances of the last 2006/07 season. The voting will be held in seven different categories: INDIAN PLAYER of the Year, FOREIGN PLAYER of the Year, ROOKIE (NEWCOMER) of the Year, PIO (PLAYER OF INDIAN ORIGIN) of the Year, COACH of the Year, TEAM of

IndianFootball.Com, India's Premier Football Site, is celebrating its 9th annive …

Further we are more than proud to announce that IndianFootball.Com has crossed the magical 1.000.000 IP-checked hits barrier on April 7! Founded on April 10, 1998 IndianFootball.Com was founded on April 10, 1998 by Arunava Chaudhuri, an expatriate Indian born and bred in Germany. Since its start IndianFootball.Com has been the only real source for Indian football information on the web, not only focussing on a club or state but trying to
04-10-2007 | Sports
IndianFootball.Com

IndianFootball.Com Awards 2006 - The winner is...

IndianFootball.Com, India\'s Premier Football Site, is proud to announce the IndianFootball.Com Awards 2006 winners. The prestigious award has the slogan \"The voice of Indian football honouring the best of the best\". The IndianFootball.Com Awards is the only of its kind in India, where FANS, OFFICIALS, PLAYERS and MEDIA can choose their top performers of the 2005/06 season. Indian star skipper Baichung Bhutia has been voted \"IndianFootball.Com INDIAN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2006\",

IndianFootball.Com - Goal.com partnership

IndianFootball.Com, India\'s Premier Football Site, would like to announce a new online partnership with international football website Goal.com. Through Goal.com we at IndianFootball.Com would like to take Indian football to the global football community, while through Goal.com we will try to bring the football world to India. Goal.com will relaunch the Indian version of their site, which will be fed by information from IndianFootball.Com. Goal.com has some interesting plans in store for