In Premier League Soccer PLS 2012 there will be Five teams will be the Part of its Firs Edition.PLS 2012 First Edition will be starts in Bengal from this March.Many Star and renowned footballer will be seen in Action in this Soccer League.
Each team can recruit 4 foreign players, 6 under 21 players, 6 catch mate players (Domicile players), and 14 others Indian players. This was stated by the CMG Executive Director Mr.Bhaswar Goswami.
Player and Teams auctions were done on Monday and many star Footballer bought by really high price from their franchises.
Here is Teams of PLS 2012 and their Base Price from their Owner’s Purchase them
PLS Teams 2012
Barasat PLS 2012 For Rs 25.15 crore to Uro Infra Reality India Ltd
Siliguri PLS 2012 For Rs 18 crore to Aajay Consultants
Howrah PLS 2012 For Rs 9 crore to Syncsys Infotec
Durgapur PLS 2012 For Rs 7.6 crore to Tulip Infonet
Kolkata PLS 2012 For Rs 11.5 crore to Camelia Group
PLS Players List 2012
Each franchise can pick four foreign players including one ‘icon’.And There are following Icons Players in Premier League Soccer PLS 2012.
PLS 2012 Icons Players List 2012
HERNAN CRESPO , Argentina, (Lazio, Inter Milan)
Age: 36; Team: Barasat; Price: $840,000; Biggest transfer fee (in career) £35m; (Lazio from Parma in 2000) *Then world record transfer fee
FABIO CANNAVARO , Italy, (Juventus, Inter Milan)
Age: 38; Team: Siliguri Price: $830,000; Biggest transfer fee (in career): 23m euros (Inter Milan from Parma in 2002)
ROBERT PIRES , France, (Arsenal)
Age: 38; Team: Howrah; Price: $800,000; Biggest transfer fee (in career): £6m (Arsenal from Marseille)
ROBBIE FOWLER , England, (Liverpool)
Age: 36; Team: Kolkata; Price: $530,000; Biggest transfer fee (in career): £12 million; (Leeds United from Liverpool in 2001)
JAY-JAY OKOCHA , Nigeria, (Bolton, PSG)
Age: 38; Team: Durgapur; Price: $550,000; Biggest transfer fee (in career): $24 million (PSG from Fenerbahce in 1998) *Then world record transfer for an African
PLS Teams and Players List 2012 Details
A whopping total of $7.1m (Rs 34.93 crore) was splashed on foreign players and coaches in less than two hours, making it by far the most expensive show in Indian football.
Crespo, who once held the world record transfer fee, emerged the most expensive of the five ‘icons’ when Team Barasat – which is going to be christened ‘U ro Masketeers’ – took him on board for $840,000 (Rs 4.18 crore).
Team Kolkata, owned by Camellia Group, decided to go all out for Liverpool’s Robbie Fowler, leaving former Nigerian World Cupper Jay Jay Okocha ‘unsold’. With Team Howrah failing to grab their preferred ‘icon’ during the auction, they ended up with Okocha in their fold.
The bid for World Cup winner from France, Robert Pires (base price $715,000) was most intense with all franchises but Team Kolkata engaged in the battle. Team Howrah – who will be named Howrah Manchester Sports – eventually claimed the ex-Arsenal legend at $800,000 (Rs 3.98 crore).
Kolkata stayed loyal to their penchant for an English look to the team, snatching former Manchester City and England under-21 manager Peter Reid by coughing up $200,000.