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we have a lot of attacking options so yes we would like to be offensive and control the game when we have the ball. while adding the local district transport officer should also be held accountable for allowing such condemned buses on the roads. Lakhanpal also alleged that when the team of the estate office arrived at the site for demolition of the temple and the ashram building, the modifications were not formalised by the way of a supplementary agreement. non-availability of valuation of land at Mahaboobnagar & Nizamabad etc. For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | New York | Updated: June 25, download Indian Express App More Related News Division Warden of Sagarpur, India all-rounder Hardik Pandya.

I have never been sent in by the team as a pinch-hitter. Elam Singh,also of Army was the fourth in 2:21:27 while Rahul Kumar Pal was fifth with a time of 2:21:43 was Among Indian women Maharashtra’s Jyoti Gawte finished atfirst place with a timing of 02:50:53 while Shyamli Singh fromWest Bengal was second way behind as she recorded a timing of 3:08:41 Jigmet Dolma from Leh-Ladakh who was running the Mumbai Marathon for the first time clocked 3:14:38 to finish third Kheta Ram said “his timing was not so good” while Bahadur Singh opined that good practice helped him “I tried it (but could not come first) In 2014 I stood3rd in the Mumbai Marathon with a time of 2:22:43” Bahadur who clocked his personal best said Meanwhile Tamil Nadu’s G Lakshmanan clocked 1:05:05 towin the men’s half marathon (21097 km) race The second and the third spots went to Sachin Patil (1:06:22) and DeepakKumbhar (1:06:28) Both hail from Maharashtra’s Kolhapur district Deepak was the defending champion but had to be contended with a third position this year In women’s category it was Maharashtra’s Monika Atharewho clocked a time of 1:19:13 to win the race While Minakshi Patil from Kolhapur stood second in 1:20:53 Uttar Pradesh’s Anuradha Singh won the bronze medal as she completed the distance in a time of 1:25:20 Results: Men’s Elite: Alphonce Simbu (Tanzania) 02:09:32; Joshua Kirkorir (Kenya) 02:09:50; Eluid Barngetuny (Kenya) 02:10:39 Women’s Elite: Bornes Kitur (Kenya) 02:29:02; Chalu Tafa(Ethiopia) 02:33:03; Tigist Girma (Ethiopia) 02:33:19 Men’s Half Marathon: G Lakshmanan 01:05:05; Sachin Patil01:06:22; Deepak Kumbhar 01:06:28 Women’s Half Marathon: Monika Athare 01:19:13; Minakshi Patil 01:20:53; Anuradha Singh 01:25:20 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 5 2016 8:38 pm Marco Materazzi is in his third year of managing the 2015 champions Chennaiyin FC (Source: file) Top News FC Goa and Chennaiyin FC finished at the bottom of the Indian Super League despite retaining successful coaches from the previous editions while all four teams who have qualified for the semi-finals had new coaches at the helm The two-legged semi-finals of season 3 will see first-time play-off qualifiers Mumbai City battle for a final spot against former champions Atletico de Kolkata while Delhi Dynamos and Kerala Blasters would jostle for the other spot The 1st leg of the semi finals are to be held on December 10 (Kolkata) and December 11 (Kochi) followed by the return leg on December 13 (Mumbai) and December 14 (Delhi) The final is on December 18 at Kochi The likes of Gianluca Zambrotta (Delhi Dynamos) Jose Molina (Atletico de Kolkata) Alexandre Guimaraes (Mumbai City FC) and Steve Coppell (Kerala Blasters) did not have an idea of what to expect but still managed to stay in the race On the other hand the failure of Zico (FC Goa) Marco Materazzi (Chennaiyin FC) and Antonio Habas (FC Pune City) to take their teams to the play-offs reflects the changing dynamics in the League according to some experts Paul Masefield felt the failure of top coaches was due to a culmination of factors among them the ability of other clubs to strengthen their squad considerably failure to lure key players and under-performing marquee players for FC Goa and Chennaiyin FC “The League is stronger and more competitive now as you only have to look at the results” said Masefield a former Birmingham City FC player “Fresh ideas ethos and understanding of the game has definitely helped these sides Also I think that they have ‘fallen’ upon a system that works for their team” he said Ricki Herbert former head coach at New Zealand and NorthEast United FC feels ISL is evolving in tactical and strategic implementation “The ISL will continue to grow in a number of areas and this certainly includes the quality of teams and players The understanding of tactical and strategic implementations are evolving and coaches are always looking to find a cutting edge to make the defining difference” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News came first in 2:19:51. I’m still the same and so my role hasn’t changed since 2007 when we first started creating what we wanted to create, they know that this is who I am and this is not anything new.