No money, no visibility, no hope. India's top football league has always struggled, but with the coming of the ISL, it seems to be on its last legs
NEW DELHI :
This is the story of a club that entered the third division of the Shillong Premier League, four tiers below the top of Indian football’s pyramid, in 2007. Eight years later, they made it to the I-League, and remarkably, finished third in their debut season.