MAPUSA: Mr Fausto Gerald Lobo was elected the President of Sai Avtar Sports Club, Anjuna. The other executive committee members are: Vice-President: Mr Hanumant U Lingudkar. Secretary: Mr Louis D’Souza.Read More »
MAPUSA: Hosts Arpora Sporting Club registered a fluent 3-1 win over Football Club of Siolim to enter the semi-finals of 11th Arpora-Nagoa Panchayat Cup, played at Salt Lake grounds, Arpora, here today. At the breather, Arpora were leading by two goals.Read More »
LONDON: Carlo Ancelotti believes Chelsea can follow their historic double by finally ending the club’s long wait to win the Champions League.
Ancelotti’s side beat Portsmouth 1-0 in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley to become only the seventh English club to win the league and cup in the same campaign.
LONDON: Should Inter Milan beat Bayern Munich to win the Champions League next Saturday in Madrid for their third European Cup trophy, but first since 1965, it would represent an incredible achievement, their charismatic Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho said.Read More »
MARGAO: A 19-year-old male student from Cuncolim committed suicide at his residence on Saturday evening when he was alone in the house.Read More »
By Sudhakar Shanbhag | NT
PANAJI: “I love my village Curtorim as I was born there. My friends, my well wishers, my family always backed me and I am what I am only because of their overwhelming support and not to forget the total backing and encouragement and free hand provided to me by our beloved chairman Mr Shrinivas V Dempo,
MAPUSA: Sporting Clube de Goa left nothing to chance and sealed their place in the next round of the U-19 ONGC I-League match with a thumping 8-1 win over Musli Power Churchill Brothers, at Duler grounds here today.Read More »
VASCO: Goa Police and Politics Sports Club entered the semi-finals, defeating Ashtavinayak XI and MAS XI respectively in the 5th All Goa T-20 Cricket Tournament, organised by Al Fatah Cricket Club in association with Goa Cricket Association and Sports Authority of Goa at SAG grounds, Chicalim on Friday.Read More »
NEW DELHI: The national footballers are unhappy with the payment structure of the central contract system and have forced the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to have one-on-one meetings to negotiate their deal that will come into effect from next month.Read More »