Chennai City FC owner Rohit Ramesh has proposed to AIFF that he plans to register a new under the companies act. To function as the state association.
The former I-League champions Chennai City’s owner have proposed to the national federation that he plans to register a new entity. “To protect and promote the interests of Tamil Nadu”. Rohit is also the president of (CFA) Chennai Football Association. In his letter, Rohit has mentioned that TFA has been a major failure. In conducting competitions and has only put roadblocks towards the conduct of the CFA League. Which has not been held since 2018.
“The TFA as per the constitution of AIFF is required to compulsorily conduct competitions both at a state level and at District level. as per Article 14(2)k. However, neither does the TFA conduct competitions nor does it allow Districts including CFA to conduct such competitions. In doing so, they have also acted in violation of the interests of Indian Football and AIFF, thereby also violating Article 14(2)(o)”. Rohit said in his letter.
The TFA have presided over the death of more competitions within the state. This is a clear violation of Article 62 on the constitution of TFA itself.
TFA’s clarification on Rohit Ramesh accusation
Speaking to the sources, A TFA source said it has fulfilled all its obligations as far as holding state events. ” The last event we conducted was the Women’s League in March this year before COVID-19 Struck. And AIFF asked us to stop all the ongoing events” the source said.
Now, in this blame game, only AIFF can decide and bring out the truth. After all the investigations are done,It would be a crucial time for TFA also because if the accusations get proved. Then many changes might take place. However, in the end, all we need is football to win for the betterment of India’s footballing future.
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