MUMBAI: The upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) season will see an increase in the number of Indians in the playing XIs and clubs will have to ensure that a minimum of seven Indians are on the field at all times.
The increase from the current six to seven Indian players will mean a spot less for foreign players. Now, a maximum of four foreigners will be picked in the XIs, as the new coach and player selection guidelines of the Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), the organises of the ISL, come into play. IANS
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