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including Simbu, Jallikattu was conducted across Tamil Nadu on Tuesday. Congress president Sonia Gandhi. education and other facilities, they are now saying tickets are over. How can tickets be over?” wondered a disappointed football fan ‘Fans make a stadium’ Kerala’s association and fascination for football is not new Unlike other Indian states where cricket takes precedence Kerala and especially the Malabar region lights up in feverish excitement every time the World Cup comes calling The historic Brazil-Argentina rivalry finds deep resonance in the state too with giant billboards and posters plastered over small towns and villages Upping the excitement level is the recent popularity of the Indian Super League and the local Kerala Blasters team “A stadium needs good fans When I come to watch ISL games here there’s always a lot of excitement and cheering Even foreign players have talked about the fans here” said Rolly who works as an animator at a local news channel Fans were left bitterly disappointed with the tickets sold out (Source: Express photo) Rolly is a native of Parappur in Thrissur which has put a number of good players under the spotlight including CV Pappachan who was a part of the Kerala Police team that won two Federation Cups Thrissur district also produced IM Vijayan one of the finest Indian football players who came to be called ‘karutha muthu’ (black pearl) by fans But Thrissur also has a personal connection with the U-17 World Cup Rahul Praveen the only Malayali player in the 21-member national team is a native of Thrissur “It is a great moment of pride for us” said Naveen with a smile For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Kabul | Updated: September 20 2017 1:10 pm Thousands of fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competition (Source: AP) Top News Afghan soldier Ehsanullah waves anational flag as he dances half-naked in the stands of Kabul’smain cricket ground — one of thousands of fans defying risinginsecurity for the rare opportunity to see their favouritegame live The 23-year-old took time off from fighting Talibaninsurgents in volatile Kandahar province to attend theShpageeza Cricket League in the Afghan capital just days after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the stadium “I want to show my love and support the sport” saidEhsanullah wearing only the baggy trousers of his traditional shalwar kameez to show off his chest painted in the nationalcolours of green red and black and his back scrawled with thename of Afghanistan’s teenage leg-spinner Rashid Khan Thousands of cricket-mad fans have been travelling acrossthe war-torn country to watch the domestic T20 competitionthat ends Friday Photos posted on Twitter purportedly show a long convoyof mini buses packed with flag-waving supporters some sittingon the rooftops driving from neighbouring Logar province tocatch the final days of play The fifth edition of the six-team tournament hasattracted big-name Afghan and foreign players coaches andcommentators bringing much-needed cheer to a country worn down by grinding conflict The deadly violence almost reached the cricket ground onthe third day of the tournament when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a police checkpoint near the stadium wherehundreds of spectators were watching a game inside Three people were killed including a policeman and fiveothers were wounded in the blast that briefly interrupted playand rattled foreigners unaccustomed to explosions While some of the foreign contingents left Afghanistan inthe wake of the attack most chose to stay after receivingassurances from President Ashraf Ghani that their securitywould be beefed up “I don’t feel that I am in any danger… I stand insolidarity not only with the Afghan cricketers but with the people of Afghanistan” former Zimbabwe captain and commentator Alistair Campbell told AFP Former England one-day captain Adam Hollioake one of team coaches tweeted: “I refuse to be terrorised I stay til the job is done” ‘Say no to terrorism’ After the blast fans returned to the stadium formingqueues hundreds of metres long as they waited patiently to getinside as heavily armed security forces patrolled the grounds Spectators are happy to be able to watch a game banned inthe late 1990s by the then ruling Islamist Taliban who viewed sports as a distraction from religious duties but is nowmaking a stunning revival The country was catapulted into the elite club of Testnations in June and made its landmark Lord’s debut the following month “We are scared but we have to say no to terrorism” said22-year-old Shamsul Haq who travelled from the southeastern province of Paktika to sell Afghan national flags to spectators and watch the cricket Matches are punctuated by the blare of team songs — broadcast in Afghanistan’s two official languages of Dari and Pashto — whenever a big-swinging batsman hits a four or asix delighting the mostly male crowd Fans unable to go to the stadium follow the competitionon televisions in homes shops and restaurants around the country “I have come to the stadium only on the days when Rashid Khan’s team is playing and I watch the other matches on television” said Azizullah Shabab 17 who skipped school to watch the tournament For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News” Not so far. Opponents of xenotransplantation fear that these viruses, Party general secretary Bhupender Yadav, There is no fight over seat-sharing.