David James names Kerala Blasters stadium atmosphere as the best he has experienced

Former Kerala Blasters coach and former England and Manchester City star David James praised the atmosphere at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi. When asked regarding the best stadium experience of his career, James praised the Kerala Blasters fans.

In his career from 1988 to 2014, James played for some of England’s top teams such as Liverpool and Manchester City, and from 1997 to 2010 he praised the atmosphere at the Kerala Blasters’ home stadium.

James said the atmosphere when he played for the Kerala Blasters at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium in Kochi was the best of his career. James came to Kerala in 2014 as the coach and player of the Kerala Blasters during the inaugural season of the Indian Super League. Later in 2018, James joined the Kerala Blasters for the second time as a coach.

“During the inaugural season of the Indian Super League, the Kerala Blasters had over 60,000 spectators at one match. An hour before the start of the match, it (the stadium) was a wall of noise. It was a wall of noise during and following the match. To goal dot com Said.

“The atmosphere at all the clubs I have played at is beautiful, but it was the moment I realized that football is as exciting in India as anywhere else in the world,” James added.

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