New Delhi: The one-man committee appointed by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to resolve the dispute over Mohun Bagan’s refusal to continue play against East Bengal after the first session in the I-League, will start its hearing at the Capital from Monday.
The committee, headed by Justice (retired) Asok Ganguly, a former judge of the Supreme Court, would hear both AIFF and Mohun Bagan before announcing his verdict.
“The hearing will be held in a five-star hotel in Delhi. We expect it to be over in two days,” said an AIFF official.
“However, we have no idea when the committee would give its verdict.”