Earlier today our football movement that is spreading across India, South Asia and beyond – Anglian Football – gained it’s 500,000th Facebook Follower! Considering we went live in early 2012 we owe our meteoric rise to the passion and commitment of our wonderful followers whom we are honored to have join us on our journey
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 (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2013/apr/18/premier-league-finances-club-by-club).
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
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
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