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East Bengal, Mohun Bagan meet AIFF but impasse continues over ISL

The impasse over the enlistment of Mohun Bagan and East Bengal into the Indian Super League (ISL) proceeded as another round of chats with the AIFF did not yield any productive outcome on Saturday. 

"No ultimate conclusion has been taken," the All India Football Federation president Praful Patel stated, while Mohun Bagan associate general secretary Srinjoy Bose stated: "It's an important choice. It will require some investment." 

The AIFF manager had called the two Kolkata heavyweights and the Indian Football Association secretary Utpal Ganguli to determine the impasse as Mohun Bagan and East Bengal were unyielding not to pay the establishment expense to play in the ISL. 

They additionally did not have any desire to play in the I-League if it's keep running in parallel with ISL. 

The AIFF authorities stayed tightlipped yet IFA secretary Utpal Ganguli, who has been consulting with the parent body in the interest of the clubs, however sounded "positive and cheerful of an answer soon". 

Without disclosing the subtle elements, Ganguli told PTI: "The exchanges have been certain and the AIFF is working out on a proposition which would do no damage to the I-League clubs and also to the ISL. They will send us the minutes and we will consider upon that." 

In continuation with the arrangement of uncertain gatherings, the Big Two will now sit together in Kolkata on June 12 to "work out an equation" before connecting with AIFF once more, the following day. 

"The AIFF president was firm in saying that they would need to pay the franchisee expense yet they (Clubs) have been determined. Furthermore, they likewise would prefer not to play in the I-League if it's made a littler competition in an a few months' window," a source, who was available at the meeting, said. 

Prior, the AFC had mediated in the matter with a meeting at its home office in Kuala Lumpur yet there too the logjam had proceeded and a crisp meeting was brought in the national capital. 

Be that as it may, both sides, the AIFF and Kolkata clubs, declined to move from their particular ways. 

East Bengal were spoken to by senior authorities Debabrata Sarkar and Shanti Ranjan Dasgupta, while the meeting additionally had Shillong Lajong proprietor Larsing Ming Sawyan and Churchil Brothers CEO Valanka Alemao. 

Aside from Patel, the AIFF had its VP Subrata Dutta, secretary Kushal Das, I-League CEO Sunanda Dhar and senior supervisor, I-League operations and club permitting Akshay Rohtagi.

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