The first Kolkata derby will be on November 27.
East Bengal supporters clashed over the impasse between East Bengal and investors Shree Cement.
Vukomanovic, who replaces Kibu Vicuna, has a wealth of experience coaching in Belgium, Slovakia and Cyprus.
The clubs can't sign new players in the transfer window because of non-payment of dues to former recruits.
The two finalists make the bulk of the team, but who else makes the cut?
With the ISL league stage over, we take a look at how each team has performed this season.
A dramatic final day saw Mumbai and Goa get the job done.
Goals from Suhair VP and Lalengmawia helped NEUFC confirm a place in the top four a 2-0 win over Kerala Blasters.
The decision comes after the Blasters were knocked out of playoff contention with a 4-0 loss to Hyderabad.
The win also helped Hyderabad go third, and regain control of their own playoff hopes.
PLUS: Northeast in sight of playoffs and Kerala Blasters' porous defence in this week's ISL musings.
A Diego Mauricio brace helped Odisha FC draw 2-2 with the Kerala Blasters.
PLUS: Odisha's prompt action and Chennaiyin's goalscoring concerns in this week's ISL musings.
Goals from Bipin Singh and Adam Le Fondre saw Mumbai City come from behind to beat Kerala Blasters 2-1.
PLUS: Kerala's underwhelming returns and Chennaiyin's abysmal finishing in this week's ISL musings.
Roy Krishna's second-half brace inspired ATK Mohun Bagan to a thrilling 3-2 win vs Kerala Blasters.
Kerala were left to rue missed chances as they dropped points against fellow strugglers JFC.
PLUS: Hyderabad hit a lull and Bengaluru show some fight, in this week's ISL musings.
Goals from Jorge Ortiz (25') and Rahul KP (57') save FC Goa draw Kerala Blasters 1-1.
Kerala Blasters beat Bengaluru FC 2-1 to go level on points with them. Both have 13 points from 12 games.
PLUS: NorthEast's 'philosophical' dilemma and Isma's heroics, in this week's ISL musings.
SC East Bengal and Kerala Blasters remain in 9th and 10th in the league table.
As we cross the half-way mark of the league stages, here's our report card for each of the 11 teams.
ISL musings: Enobakhare shines 'Bright', East Bengal are on the right track and Kerala Blasters oscillate wildly
Plus: Naushad Moosa has plenty to do at BFC and Hyderabad are no pushovers under Roca.
Goals from Jordan Murray (2) and Costa Nhamoinesu saw Kerala Blasters overcome Jamshedpur and a Nerijus Valskis brace.