The coach believes that inexperience of the I-League’s big-time evidently showed in the face of stronger opposition, expects the team to use this as a learning curve...
Rangdajied United haven't had the best of starts in the I-League after having won the division two. In their two matches in the top division, they have conceded five goals and only managed to breach the opposition's backline once.
Santosh Kashyap reasoned as to why the north eastern side have struggled to find their bearings in the I-League.
“Our boys are inexperienced and that showed. As for Bengaluru FC, they passed, attacked and defended really well. They played perfect football,” enunciated the former Indian international and current Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) ‘A’ graded coach.
He also heaped praise on Bengaluru FC opining they’re play was tip top perfect. "I said that we need to understand that the levels of the second division and the I-League aren't the same. We showed our inexperience. Bengaluru FC attacked, defended and passed perfectly. They played perfect football."
"Our foreigners have just joined us 10 days ago and we will need them to fire if we are to do well. Our aim this season is to stay afloat,” concluded the Randajied coach who knows that his work is cut out for him after he finds that his team last with no points registered after bout two.
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