the football-mad city.
The 41-year-old, however, sounded bullish about his venture.
“It’s just the beginning but a very positive approach has been taken as far as Indian football is concerned. We’ve to see how it shapes up, so it’s too early to say if it will become the mainstream football in India in the near future. But the whole project offers enough opportunity, though it would be imperative to create a strong fan base for all franchises. Football thrives in fans’ support,” he said.