Amid controversy over his alleged correspondence with an astrologer during the Asian Cup qualifiers, India coach Igor Stimac hinted at huge disclosures coming and restated his aim of transforming the country into a footballing nation on Tuesday.
The scandal has once again cast a shadow over Indian football, this time involving the national men's team coach.
"Target or honest fighter for the betterment of Indian football? The time is coming to put all cards on the table and see how much and who cares about football in this country," Stimac posted on X (formerly Twitter).
"Give it a thought before making up your judgment and thanks once again for your support. My dream of making India a football nation is still alive," he added.
PTI had claimed that the AIFF has hired an astrologer for predictions on the Indian football team for an estimated cost of Rs 16 lakh.
According to media sources, Stimac contacted the astrologer directly to seek his advice on team selection during the Asian Cup Qualifiers.
(With PTI inputs)