MUMBAI: The Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) spends about Rs 1.5 lakh every year to procure paper to meet its needs. After all, the body has over 360 schools in its jurisdiction and conducts tournaments for various age groups in over 19 sporting disciplines.And now, tired of the cumbersome paper work they have to undertake every year, the MSSA has decided to go paperless. They have signed a three-year contract with software firm 'Khelomore' that will facilitate the online process.
MUMBAI: After the hype of the Indian football team breaking into the top-100 in FIFA rankings, one would expect them to put on a stellar performance in their international friendly against a Nepal side consisting mostly of U-20s and U-22s.While they did play well defensively, they struggled to make inroads, especially in the first half. But two well-executed second-half goals were enough for them to beat the visitors 2-0 at the Mumbai Football Arena on Tuesday.
MUMBAI: Mumbai FC, who are struggling at the bottom of the I-League have roped in Oscar Bruzon as coach for the remaining four matches of the season, sources told TOI on Wednesday. Bruzon had to resign as assistant coach of RCD Mallorca in the Spanish Segunda Division to take the job.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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