Football is taking giant steps in India and is clearly the second largest sport in the country after cricket, and growing rapidly. India’s national football league – known as the Hero I-League – is an Indian professional league for men’s association football clubs. The competition was formed as the ONGC I-League in 2007 in an effort
Mr. Sandeep “Sunny” Narang, Chairman of the Anglian Omega Group (India), and Chief Mentor of the Anglian Management Group (AMG) recently spoke at the 2015 TiECON Chennai event earlier this month. TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) is a non-profit global community that welcomes entrepreneurs from all over the world. TiE was founded in 1992 by a group of successful entrepreneurs
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
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.
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 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.
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 the first collaborative effort between our two clubs, three players from Shillong Lajong FC were selected to go for a three-week training program at FC Vestsjælland in Slagelse, Denmark. Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Lalramluaha and Lalthuammawia Ralte have been training in Slagelse for more than one week and are already well settled in their unfamiliar environs. The