Hi welcome to my new blog, today we are going to talk about Indian Super League season 2019, It is a good news that ISL has include Hyderabad FC for the upcoming Indian super League season 2019.
The 6th edition of the Indian Super League will have another group as Hyderabad FC. This declaration comes a couple of days after the fixtures for the upcoming season were released with just ten unique groups
Vijay Madduri and Varun Tripuraneni are the owner of the recently established Hyderabad FC while the club is expected upon to utilize Gachibowli arena in the city as their home ground.
“I am excited and glad to be a co-owner of the club and I anticipate assuming a critical job in creating football in the state, resuscitating its past glory. Sports has consistently been in my DNA and I am incredibly glad to get an opportunity to contribute in this field,” ISL’s official site cited Madduri as saying.
Madduri is a former student of the University of Texas at Austin where he finished his MBA. He has been filling in as the (CEO) of Hyderabad-based digital incorporation specialist organization Incessant Technologies for about ten years.
In the interim, Tripuraneni said that it is a pleased minute for him to be the co-owner of Hyderabad FC.
“It is a proud moment for me, to be co-owner of Hyderabad FC. Hyderabad is a city with extraordinary football culture. I look forward to working with key partners and building a solid establishment for the club, which will eventually contribute to the general public and do the city proud. Our quick task is to get ready for the new season,” Tripuraneni said.
Tripuraneni is no more stanger to the ISL given the way that he has been Chennaiyin FC’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) in the past separated from holding administrative role like team manager and Chief Executive Officer in two separate terms with Kerala Blasters.
It remain to be seen whether Hyderabad have joined as the eleventh team or they will be Pune City FC’s replacement. It is to be noted that Pune City FC have kept running into a lot of financial inconvenience and their circumstance was intensified by AIFF’S ongoing transfer ban.