Indian Super League (ISL) side Delhi Dynamos took a dig at All India Football Federation (AIFF) and all parties involved in the organising of the competition on Saturday after they received a walkover in their Super Cup 2019 quarterfinal clash against East Bengal.
This was the second time Delhi Dynamos travelled all the way to Bhubaneswar for their match only to receive a walkover because an I-League side did not turn up for the game.
Delhi Dynamos were scheduled to play a qualifying game on March 16 against Gokulam Kerala. Delhi had taken the field but due to the I-League clubs’ boycott of the tournament, the Kerala club did not turn up.
On Saturday, after Delhi got a walkover yet again, the team management vented out their frustration on the organisers in a tweet released by the official Twitter handle of the club.
UPDATE: Owing to the inept handling of the situation by all concerned, Delhi Dynamos have had to travel to Bhubaneswar for the second time and get a walkover in the ongoing Super Cup. @eastbengalfc failed to show up for their clash. #HeroSuperCup— Delhi Dynamos FC (@DelhiDynamos) March 30, 2019