Lack of facilities are no longer a problem for football enthusiasts in Mumbai. A few years ago, organising a game would mean having to round up 10 guys on a …
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December 04, 2013 22:59 pm by Mikhail
Instead of creating these small 5 on 5 turfs... Entrepreneurs should invest in bigger fields so that youngsters have a chance to play real full field 11 on 11 football. But then again those will be used for weddings and will ultimately get destroyed... As of now there are only 2 of these that I kno...
December 04, 2013 19:59 pm by Vishal Mulchandani
You'd not have football boots or a jersey then. Unlikely in todays age in Bombay.Played with many who aren't well to do but make that money to watch a movie or go for a dinner somewhere.
December 04, 2013 16:58 pm by Gervinho
And what if you can't afford a 300-500 rupee movie ticket or football session?
December 04, 2013 15:04 pm by Vishal Mulchandani
I'd disagree there. Firstly, nice concise article. Prices are relative in today's world, in any field of activity. Gyms,Sports complexes and clubs would cost you as much if not more money and people from walks of society subscribe to at least one. In an age, when a cheap meal or a movie t...
December 04, 2013 12:37 pm by Gervinho
You read the article wrong. The point is that world-class facilities aren't available to the general public, who still have to make do with dirt pitches dominated by cricket matches. Also, hashtags don't work in comments.
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