Contrary to all the pundits and betting sites, FC Vestsjælland ended the first half of the season (after having played 19 games out of a possible 33) in first position.  With 14 more games to go, the club has a decent chance to gain promotion to the Danish Superliga in 5 short years after having

Shillong Lajong FC is the first-ever football club from North-East India to play in the Indian I-League, India’s premier football league.  Lajong is well known throughout the country for its fanatical fan base and the boisterous support it receives at all of it’s home games.  AMG helped Lajong develop a stronger connection with their fans

In this article, we focus on diet, and a possible reason as to why most, if not all, of our best footballers come from a handful of regions from around the country.  Most Indian footballers come from the following areas – Kolkata, Goa, Kerela, Punjab, Haryana and the North East. If you look at the

In this cricket-crazy country, there is a saying that no other sportsperson makes money other than a cricketer. It is very true that cricketers earn millions of rupees through IPL, national team tournaments, endorsements, etc. but it’s not that playing other sports like football makes you a pauper – especially if you are the amongst

At the last minute, Anglian Holdings saves the 125th Edition of the Durand Cup, the oldest Football tournament in Asia and the 3rd oldest in the world.   Times of India | 21st August 2012   Welcome relief for Durand Cup, gets a sponsor   Article Link   Hindustan Times | 21st August 2012  

In a match destined to go down in Indian Football history, Shillong Lajong FC won a stupendous victory against A-League club Wellington Phoenix in the finals of the first ever North East Lajong Super Series Cup. Wellington had proved its excellent form in the series by effortlessly winning their initial matches against both United Sikkim

The three players from Shillong Lajong FC, Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Lalramluaha and Lalthuammawia Ralte, finally said their goodbyes to their colleagues from FC Vestsjælland.  Below are some pictures of the players with Goalkeeper Thomas Mikkelsen, Head Coach Ove Pedersen and Director Gert Hansen, respectively.

Anglian Management Group has signed a commercial agreement with Netan Sansara, a UK-based footballer.  This comes at the same team that Mr. Sansara signed a one-year deal with our Danish 1st Division club, FC Vestsjælland.  As part of the agreement with him, Anglian will assist in a variety of matters in order to help him settle

Earlier this year we announced that Anglian was going to bring European leagues closer to Indian footballers.  Barely 6 months have passed since then and it has been raining trials at European clubs for Indian footballers. This summer has seen 6 Indian players training with European clubs to improve their skills and their future prospects

In a previous post we mentioned how British-born Netan Sansara, a Person of Indian Origin (“PIO”), had gone to try out at FC Vestsjælland where the coaches had been impressed by him. Well it seems like he did more than impress them for they have recently signed him on for a one year contract. Netan