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Virat Kohli faces heat over association with Premier Futsal League

first_imgAfter being rested by the Indian selectors ahead of a packed-Test schedule, Virat Kohli has been busy promoting Premier Futsal, a multinational Futsal league.All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel, on Saturday, expressed his concerns over Kohli, who is also the co-owner of Indian Super League (ISL) franchise FC Goa, being the brand ambassador of Premier Futsal, a league unrecognised by both FIFA and AIFF. (Also read: Virat Kohli returns to where he belongs, starts training for West Indies tour) Patel, in a Tweet, said an ISL brand ambassador could not be permitted to promote any other league in the country.Any brand Ambassador of an ISL franchise cannot do the same for a league not recognised by #AIFF or #FIFA Praful Patel (@praful_patel) June 18, 2016The owners have to seek permission or consult the ISL before participating or engaging with any league or tournament in India, according to a report in Goal.com.Earlier this month, AIFF had informed the Sports Ministry that the Futsal Association of India (FAI) is an unrecognised body and it is considering legal action against it, also asking its affiliated members not to co-operate with the league.FAI earlier launched a multinational league to develop the game, an improvised form of football played with five players per side on a smaller ground, indoor or outdoor. The inaugural season, for which the Indian Test skipper was roped in as brand ambassador, was scheduled to be between July 15 to 24.Notably, AIFF secretary Kushal Das had also urged the state associations to inform affiliated clubs and the players to stay out of this league proposed by the FAI.(With IANS inputs)advertisementlast_img read more

REYNOLDS SIGNS HEARTBEAT ABORTION BILL INTO LAW

first_imgIowa Governor Kim Reynolds has signed a six-week abortion ban into law, marking the strictest abortion regulation in the nation.The Republican governor signed the bill Friday at her state capitol office.The measure is expected to quickly face a court challenge as both the Iowa affiliates of Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union said earlier Friday that they would sue Reynolds if she signed the bill.Iowa’s Republican-controlled Legislature approved the legislation earlier in the week.The bill bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which is around six weeks of pregnancy.Similar bans approved in other states haven’t gone into effect because they were challenged in court over their constitutionality.last_img