This is probably the most important year for Indian football in recent history. The Indian Super League and I-League are being played simultaneously all over the country.On a day when Indian Arrows defeated Chennai City FC 3-0, FC Pune City fans brought shame to their club and the football fraternity when they attacked Mumbai City FC fans during the ‘Maha Derby’.Videos emerged on Twitter which show Mumbai City FC fans being heckled by their opposite number at the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune. Emiliano Alfaro’s late brace was enough to overturn Balwant Singh’s early opener for Mumbai City.With no one to register complaints with, the Mumbai City FC fans took to social media to showcase their grievances, as the police allegedly acted as mute bystanders.Things getting out of hands here we need separate away stands! Away fans being hit by sticks and stones @MumbaiCityFC @FCPuneCity @gauravmodwel @MumbaiCitySC @IndSuperLeague @footballindia_ pic.twitter.com/8mJLEfk7jF- Rahul Hatle (@im_rahul13) November 29, 2017Though no official statement has been issued by either team, CEO of Mumbai City FC, Indranil Das Blah took to Twitter to express his stance on the whole issue.”Fans deserve better. We will look into it. On our part, let’s be extra nice to all visiting teams. Let’s not have anyone point fingers at us. Let’s show them the Mumbai way. You guys are the best and we couldn’t have asked for better support,” he posted.Fans deserve better. We will look into it. On our part, lets be extra nice to all visiting teams. Lets not have anyone point fingers at us. Lets show them the Mumbai way. You guys are the best and we couldnt have asked for better support. We ?? youadvertisement- Indranil Das Blah (@indranildasblah) November 29, 2017Barely a week ago, the some Channaiyin FC fans had shamed themselves when they harassed North East United FC fans at the Marina Arena (Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium , Chennai). The incident had not gone down well with Highlanders’ owner, John Abraham. Two ‘Supermachans’ were promptly arrested by the Chennai Police.The idea to build away stands or sections for fans in India is not exactly a novelty. Fans of Bengal football rivals Mohun Bagan and East Bengal are carefully kept apart at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, otherwise known as Salt Lake Stadium. Both teams are from the same city and call the stadium as home, so the middle stands are kept empty with either sets of fans occupying different ends.
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