ISL refers 'unsporting' behaviour of FC Goa to Disciplinary Com

FIRSTPOST.COM, MARGAO | 21 December 2015 20:34 IST

Taking strong exception to the brawl that followed the final of ISL between FC Goa and Chennaiyin FC, the India Super League said on Monday it does not accept "such behaviour" from the Goan franchise and referred the matter to its disciplinary committee.

In a late night development on Sunday, Goa police arrested Elano Blumer, captain of ISL winning team Chennaiyin FC, for allegedly assaulting co-owner of FC Goa team Dattaraj Salgaoncar during post-match celebrations here. CLICK TO READ MORE

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Well I truly fill the matter should have been settled in stadium itstead of calling cops,bt what elano did was ridiculous this kind of behaviour is NT expected from a international player and for no reason he got involved into this .

- Raj, sanquelim | 22 nd December 2015 13:19

 

Goa should be banned from ISL for their ugly on field and out field behaviour.

They should better learn from Kerala Blasters(Post Season), they stayed on the field until the presentation ceremony was over even though the odds are against them.

- Jilson , patna | 22 nd December 2015 06:24

 

Goa team should be thrown out of the league. They were bad losers including their rich and arrogant owners.

Indian football is not a monopoly of Goa or Bengalis, there are better teams/players in the rest of the India too.

- Channbassapa, Chennai | 22 nd December 2015 02:05

 

It is very sad what the captain of the chennai team did. U cannot make fun of the team that has lost.there is no spirit from the captain n on top he assaults the owner. That is so not done. It's like your father getting hit,we are a family n standby the family. Football in Goa is crazy we love this game . Hope he gets banned to play in India

- Cecille Rodrigues, Panjim | 21 st December 2015 21:48

 

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