kerala blasters fc: Every match is like a final, one thing the Blasters will never forget is coach Ivan Vukomanovich

The Kerala Blasters are going through their best form ever in the history of ISL. The Blasters, who lost to arch-rivals ATK Mohun Bagan in the first game of the season, are unbeaten in their next nine matches. The team is currently top of the league table with 17 points from the first 10 games of the season, including 4 wins and 5 draws. The win against Hyderabad FC last night put the Blasters at the top of the points table.

At the same time the Blasters are playing in brilliant form but coach Ivan Vukomanovich is not so excited. Ivan reminded that only half the matches of the season are over and there are still half matches left, pointing out that all the upcoming matches look like finals. He was speaking to the media after the clash against Hyderabad last week.

All matches are like finals

“I think we played against one of the best and most organized teams in the league. They (Hyderabad) have been very balanced and consistent since last year. They are a very tough team to beat.”

“Looking at the current figures, we are not in a hurry to come to a decision because we have ten games left and we have to compete for 30 points. We see all the matches as finals. It’s going to be a little tough. ” Speaking after the match against Hyderabad, Ivan Vukomanovich said.

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Jesse’s injury headache

Meanwhile, Kerala Blasters captain Jesse Carneiro was injured during the match against Hyderabad FC. It was reported yesterday that a detailed scan would be needed to determine the severity of the player’s shoulder injury. Indications are that Jesse’s shoulder injury is a bit serious. While the team is currently performing well, the Blasters have been left reeling from a captain ‘s injury.

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The next match is against Odisha

Kerala’s next match in the league will be against eighth ranked Odisha FC. Currently, the difference between the top and ninth seed in the league is just five points. It is clear from this that eighth-ranked Odisha FC is not a trivial matter. In any case, the match against Odisha FC at 7.30 pm tomorrow will not be easy for Kerala. However, Ivan’s team is not aiming for anything less than victory.

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The next rivals are Odisha


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