Indian Arrows not to be taken lightly, says Neroca FC coach Retemero FraileIMPHAL | Dec 6
Neroca FC coach, Manual Retamero Fraile has urged his players to wary of the Indian Arrows as they are young and energetic but have to keep in mind that we have to climb to the top table as the two meet during the Hero I-League 2018-19 to be played at 1:30 pm at Khuman Lampak Main Stadium.
Fraile while speaking to reporters on the eve of their match against Indian Arrows at Classic Grande today said, “To be honest we got three crucial point in our last away match against Shillong Lajong and we need to keep the winning momentum high.”
He further said, “Indian Arrows are young and fast and we must be very careful about them. But at the same time we must improve our performance but I feel confident of good show tomorrow and we need to take the 3 points tomorrow and make a thrust for the top table finish.”
“We have played our last match very well against Shillong Lajong and we must repeat the winning feat but at the same we must not be over confident. The team is happy that Katsumi Yusa has recovered from his injury and returning to pitch from the last game and will be playing his part tomorrow as well,” he added.
Indian Arrows coach. Floyd Pinto said, “I tried to motivate my players in every way I could and the players are very thrilled to play here as my team has got seven state native and they feel equally motivated for a good show tomorrow and hope that we pick up the 3 point tomorrow.”
“Tomorrow game will be an interesting game as we have three back to back away matches and I pressed the boys in more progressive ways, get possession of the ball and pick up the points. The match against Real Kashmir and Minerva Punjab was tough as the boys did not have the ball possession, that way we cannot win a game,” he added.
He further said, “For every team, winning is important and we too are eager to win but the odds are against us as the boys faced and pull theirs muscle against foreigners who are professionals. I admire my boys determination on that point and I always tell them, the opponent are going to make a mistake and we have to latch on that opportunity. If we score the first goal, the confidence will be built up.”
He also said, “The pitch belongs to the boys once they enter the field and it is not me who is going to score a goals but they are. They have the freedom in the pitch to score and do wonder for the glory of the Indian Arrows. I believe in my boys as they are the future of the Indian football and they will defintely shines in the long run.”
Mentioned may be made that Neroca FC is currently placed in the seventh spot with 8 points from two wins and two drawn games while Indian Arrows are placed on the bottom of the table with 3 points from one win and four lost games.
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