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Teams need to take responsibility of developing local talent: I-League CEO

first_img Press Trust of India New DelhiMarch 30, 2019UPDATED: March 30, 2019 18:42 IST Sunando Dhar said AIFF introduced the club licensing criteria to encourage local talent development. (@IndianFootball Photo)HIGHLIGHTSI-League CEO Sunando Dhar stressed on the need for local development by clubsDhar said AIFF introduced home grown rule to increase local talent poolDhar lauded Minerva, Chennai City and Real Kashmir for developing local talentI-League CEO Sunando Dhar feels the club licensing criteria should prompt the teams to invest more in grassroots and develop talent in their own region.”The All India Football Federation had introduced Club Licensing in 2012 where one of the main focus was on to develop home grown talent,” Dhar stated on the side-lines of FICCI’s GOAL Summit 2019.”The club licensing programme has been one of the best things to have happened to Indian football. It has done wonders by professionalising the setup in a unique way. It prompted the clubs to invest in grassroots and develop talent in their own region,” he explained.”We have introduced the home grown rule for the same reason in the Hero I-League as it would drastically increase the talent pool available. We have touched 15 states through the leagues that are running, be it even the youth leagues, now the next objective is to touch each and every state.”Dhar also stressed that “local talents need to be given a chance so that football is developed from the roots”.”Not only does the club benefit from their services in the long run but football in general grows as these local players become stars and inculcate a passion towards football,” he said.Players like Real Kashmir’s Bilal Khan or Chennai City FC’s Gaurav Bora were absolutely unknown names prior to the kick-off of the Hero I-League 2018-19.Bora even went on to score two goals in Chennai City’s win over Minerva Punjab FC to land his team a maiden title, an effort which prompted Derrick Pererira hand him his maiden U-23 national team call-up.advertisement”Chennai City FC, Real Kashmir and Minerva Punjab FC have all given rise to local talent and they are reaping the benefits,” Dhar said.”Teams need to take responsibility of developing talents in their own region and promoting football.Also Read | Super Cup 2019: AIFF turns down I-League clubs’ request to replay qualifiersAlso Read | I-League clubs say ISL promoters interfering, seek clarity on future in letter to AIFFFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow i-leagueFollow Sunando DharFollow Minerva Punjab FCFollow Chennai City FCFollow Real Kashmir FC Teams need to take responsibility of developing local talent: I-League CEOI-League CEO Sunando Dhar applauded Minerva Punjab FC, Chennai City FC and Real Kashmir FC for giving rise to local talent and said all teams need to do that more often.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

Ban appoints Irish national as new deputy envoy for GuineaBissau

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Maria do Valle Ribeiro of Ireland as his Deputy Special Representative for Guinea-Bissau.Ms. do Valle Ribeiro will also serve as UN Resident Coordinator and UN Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative in the West African country.The new deputy envoy possesses more than 25 years of development and humanitarian experience in progressively senior leadership positions with the United Nations and international non-governmental organizations in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean, according to a UN spokesperson. Most recently, Ms. do Valle Ribeiro was the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Angola. Prior to that appointment, she served in that capacity in Mauritania. She held various senior positions with UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) starting in 2002. Ms. do Valle Ribeiro worked for non-governmental organizations, Save the Children from 1992 to 1999, and for Concern from 1984 to 1990.Ms. do Valle Ribeiro will succeed Gana Fofang of Cameroon, who held the deputy post since February 2011. In today’s appointment, Mr. Ban’s spokesperson extended the UN chief’s gratitude for Mr. Fofang’s commitment and dedicated service during his tenure in Guinea-Bissau. read more