The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is working closely with FIFA in order to fix the state of football in the country that has two first division football leagues.
There are two first division leagues in India: the Indian Super League and the I-League.
But the All India Football Federation (AIFF) is working on a plan, along with FIFA, to fix the state of the sport in the country.
“The review performed in 2018 did indeed identify a number of complex issues which require a prudent and measured approach, encompassing the positions of all relevant stakeholders, in order to be appropriately addressed,” (AIFF) president Praful Patel wrote according to Goal.
“After further discussions, it was clear that there are numerous aspects of the recommendations that still require further consideration prior to them being implemented.”
“We understand that based on this the AIFF President has met the clubs and suggested a short-term solution until a more sustainable long-term solution can be found following continued consultation with all stakeholders,” he said.
“We therefore strongly believe that the AIFF is best placed to do this and we are confident that a thorough and effective process can be managed by the AIFF in its role as the governing body for football in India.”
“FIFA, together with the AFC, remains available to assist and support the AIFF with this process and it will be important that all clubs work closely with the AIFF as the cooperation of all stakeholders will be fundamental to ensuring that the best way forward for top-level football in India is found,” he concluded.