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Bengaluru FC sign Serbian striker Marjan Jugovic

Marjan Jugovic will wear the No.36 shirt this season.
 

Bengaluru FC have signed Serbian striker Marjan Jugovic in a bid to add some much-needed sting in attack, the club announced on Monday.

Thirty three-year-old Jugovic fills in the slot for the fourth foreigner after BFC released Honduran Roby Norales early this month, and is on a deal that will keep him at the club till the end of the season.

Standing a little over six feet, Jugovic comes with the experience of having played in the Europa League and the AFC Champions League. Widely traveled,...

By ESPN Staff

Unbeaten Bagan eye AFC Cup main draw

Mohun Bagan will carry a vital away goal into their second leg of the AFC Cup playoff against Club Valencia of Maldives.

Match facts

AFC Cup Playoff (second leg)

Mohun Bagan v Club Valencia (aggregate score 1-1)

Rabindra Sarobar Stadium, Kolkata, 4 pm onwards

The big picture

Mohun Bagan will carry a vital away goal into their second leg of the AFC Cup playoff against Club Valencia of Maldives. However, they need to try and put the match out of the visitors' reach early in the piece against an opposition that showed in Male that they were prepared to fight on an even keel against the Indian Federation Cup...

I-League: Churchill thrash DSK Shivajians 3-0, Mumbai disappoint against Minerva

Churchill Brothers moved out of the drop zone with this win.

A dominant Churchill Brothers struck thrice in the second half to down DSK Shivajians 3-0 at the Tilak Stadium in Vasco on Sunday.

After a barren first half, Ansumana Kromah (64th minute), Anthony Wolfe (67th) and substitute Surabuddin Mollick (90+4) scored for the home team.

The win took Churchill to eighth in the table while DSK stay two places higher with just a point more.

Churchill needed a win desperately to come out from the bottom, but it was the visitors who hit the ground running early...

Uneasy lies the head that wears the I-League crown

BFC committed too many schoolboy errors in their 3-1 loss to East Bengal at the Kanteerava.
BFC committed too many schoolboy errors in their 3-1 loss to East Bengal at the Kanteerava.

Bengaluru FC's title defence aspirations look all but gone. Having begun the 2017 I-League with three wins on the trot, all at their home ground Kanteerava Stadium, they were looking like the real deal, until they ran into East Bengal in Barasat on January 22. A month and three days later, East Bengal would give them a bitter night in Bengaluru, administering a 3-1 score line that also snapped a sequence of four unbeaten home matches this season.

There were some obvious fault lines in the Bengaluru...

Karanjit Singh the only shining light in an abysmal Chennai defence

Karanjit Singh was excellent in goal but failed to help Chennai City from losing their third consecutive match this season.
Karanjit Singh was excellent in goal but failed to help Chennai City from losing their third consecutive match this season.

Former India coach Armando Colaco has an interesting analogy to explain the importance of having a good goalkeeper in a team.

"If you live in a country of blind people, but have a functional set of eyes, it is natural you would be the king. Likewise, if the goalkeeper is good, then he can make up for all the lapses in defence," says Colaco.

On Saturday, it wasn't that Chennai City FC were akin to a country of blind people when playing at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, but their defence was abysmal for...