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October 6, 2016 Comments Off on Reason why Kerala Blasters are loosing and why Sachin will always support us Views: 1450 Sports

Reason why Kerala Blasters are loosing and why Sachin will always support us

After loosing in the home stadium, one thing is clear If Kerala Blasters cant win in their own hometown the road ahead looks like a bumpy one. Every fan has this to say about the Kerala Blasters, the have good fighting spirit and good players but the combination of team work is a let down. Yet, Sachin Tendulkar is full of hope for the blasters.
Kerala Blasters coach Steve Coppell described the 1-0 defeat to Atletico de Kolkata as ‘cruel’ on a team that worked hard and gave it their all in a tight and physical game. While losing to a deflected shot on goal seems a bitterly disappointing result for the Blasters – their fourth successive ISL defeat to ATK – it also underlines deeper issues they need to address.
Jingan our star indian player, who sometimes shines and sometimes clumsily fails was the reason for the Atletico’s goal yesterday. The reason for the fail was the defensive and midfield combination’s lack of connection with each other. But although there was disappointing moments, we can say compared to the last time there is improvement in offensive game. Throughout the game, there were moments of individual brilliance, particularly from Antonio German, who had made a strong finish to the 2015 season. If Iain Hume, who now wears the white and red of the 2014 champions, was their talisman in the inaugural season, it was German and his English strike partner Chris Dagnall, who worked their socks off for the team last year. Another thing this team has always suffered from is over-dependence on what’s sometimes called ‘route one football’, wherein the most predictable way to get an attack going is to lob a ball into the opposition half and hope that the physicality of the advanced players can help nick a goal.
But all is not lost as in a broader perspective lets remember Sachins words, “Our aim is to develop 100 top footballers in the next five years and for that we will set up the right infrastructure for that. We are thankful to the Kerala government for their support to help the youngsters here to chase their dreams.”