After nearly a decade of its commercial agreement, the All India Football Federation has led club football in India to the brink of an abyss. On the one hand there is the prospect of a private league, divorced from fans and constitutional oversight, owning and operating the entire top flight club structure in the country; on the other there are millions of football fans and a legacy that goes back over a century. The 420 grams crew go back in time to the beginning of the conversation, recount the developments since, and present a possible road map for the future of Indian football. The only workable solution? Watch to find out.