After conceding 8 points at home, ‘Snow Leopards’ aims to come back against ‘Young Guns’
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Srinagar, Nov 24: It will be literally a litmus test for ‘Real Kashmir Football Club’ (RKFC) on Sunday when they will take on ‘Indian Arrows’ in the 4th consecutive home game and 5th match of the Season at Synthetic Turf TRC, Srinagar.
RKFC has so far earned only 1 point out of 9 points in 3 matches at home. They managed an away win against reigning champions Minerva Punjab.
Indian arrow would like to upset host team, a point will be more than enough looking at their recent performance and away conditions.
Although Indian arrow put a valiant show against Shillong Lajjong as they registered their first and only win of the season so far. Chennai City FC and Mohan Bagan were invincible for Arrows.
Arrows have 3 points in 3 matches.
RKFC Coach David Rabortson will not take Indian Arrows lightly as their pace has created problems for top notch I-League teams.
Arrows squad is mostly studded with Under 19 player. The club was formed to nurture young talent who often were left out from I league.
In all the three matches played in Synthetic Turf TRC, Srinagar, the venue was flooded with supporters mostly of RKFC.
From ten thousand to almost thirteen thousand the attendance at RKFC home ground is increasing with every match.
After two disappointing results of RKFC against Naroca and Mohan Bagan .Supports are optimistic that RKFC will bounce back this time.
Mohmmad Rafiq a RKFC supporter said: “Krizo is marked by opponents every time as pposite teams are judging RKFC’s strategy easily. Every ball ends up with Krizo.”
“RKFC need to show Variation in the playing style. Danish Has got Capability but in last match he didn’t performed as per his standard,” he added.