Anglian Management Group brought it’s two partners together to implement a first-of-a-kind online ticketing venture in Indian football. KyaZoonga, India’s first and largest entertainment and sports ticketing company, has reached an agreement to be Shillong Lajong’s official ticketing partner for Indian I-League matches during the 2013-14 season. Furthermore, the site will also provide the opportunity for fans

Delving a little deeper in to the business of football reveals that player salaries form the majority chunk of expenses for football clubs around the world. It varies from club to club and league to league but even in the developing leagues salaries paid to players can form a massive part of its expenses (

Marks the first time the club has made it to the Danish top division Anglian supported player, Netan Sansara, becomes first PIO to make it to the Danish Superliga Anglian Holdings, which also holds a stake in Indian I-League club Shillong Lajong FC, has already begun using the experience to help Indian clubs and players

We are honored that Netan Sansara, a Person of Indian Origin (“PIO”) from the UK, whom Anglian supported during his stint at FC Vestsjælland was awarded the prestigious Sports Achievement of the Year presented by Asian World at the British Indian Awards.  He received this award in part for his effort in helping the club gain promotion to

A brace on debut against Pune FC net and the subsequent celebratory fandango gave a fair indication of the instant ease with which Portuguese born striker – Edinho Junior – settled in to his brief yet significant role at Shillong Lajong football club. The 19-year-old Blackburn Rovers striker who was on a two month loan

Anglian Management Group helped Shillong Lajong FC, the Indian I-League club from the North-East, procure the services of Blackburn Rovers and Portugal U-19 striker, Edinho Junior. Shown below are clippings from some of the national and local papers.

After the resounding success of Aao Dhundhe Apne Hero back in November 2012, we released our second music video Vekho Mundeyon – Football Queen in April 2013 to even greater worldwide success.  The video gained close to half a million views on You Tube and was even tweeted by Ms. Gurinder Chadha, OBE, the award-winning director of Bend

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