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Indian Arrows eyeing win against Gokulam Kerala FC

Indian Arrows eyeing win against Gokulam Kerala FC

New Delhi, Dec 21 (UNI) After couple of consecutive defeats, eighth-placed Indian Arrows is hungry for a win against ninth-placed Gokulam Kerala FC, when they clash at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Friday.



Speaking at the official pre-match press conference, Arrows' chief coach Luis Norton de Matos said, "We are certainly looking for a win against Gokulam Kerala FC. The Hero I-League is very exciting for us. In the Hero I-League, the most important thing for us is to show our boys can play with senior players. With no foreigners and mostly 16-17-year-olds, even if we finish 5th or 6th It’s a huge positive.”



Commenting on their defeats in their previous encounters, the coach said,"“Minerva were quite consistent and they were quite physical, they were well organized and that’s why they (Minerva Punjab FC) are the league leaders. We lost to the brilliance of Chencho but collectively our team held our own."

On the other hand, Gokulam Kerala FC Head Coach Bino George is eyeing for their first win in the league.



“Most of our players are inexperienced. Our aim is to finish inside the Top 4. Let’s see what happens. Indian Arrows is quite a young team. I’ve seen their matches and they are quite fast. Although they are a bunch of teenagers we have to be cautious as they (Indian Arrows) are a very good team and I told my boys to not take them lightly”, said George.

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