Paroxetine for sale, buy clomid. A�As Mumbai FC gear up to begin a new I-League chapter, with a new Head Coach Santosh Kashyap and new captain Steven Dias, they have just one objective. They want to dish out good attacking, attractive football and play for a win.
Mumbai FC, the lone club from the city participating in the National competition, clash with DSK Shivajians, Pune in the a�?Maha Derby, the opening I-League 2016-17 match at the Cooperage ground on Sunday evening. The match kicks-off at 7.00 pm.
Last season Mumbai FC lost to DSK Shivajians 0-1 in away match, but made amends defeating the Pune club 4-0 at home.
Coach Kashyap told media persons at the pre-match briefing on Saturday that he is confident of a good result. a�?Ita��s a new season, but I promise that we will play for a win. I want to take one game at a time and I am confident of a good showing from my players, but we have to be positive tomorrow,a�? Kashyap, who this season took over the reins from Khalid Jamil.
Kashyap also mentioned that although he did not get much time with the full set of players he believes that the team has prepared well in the short period and ready for action. a�?I got just three days to train with the full team of 21 players. Some players just arrived and joined the squad after playing in the ISL and other commitments. Nevertheless, we have worked well, trained diligently and since all the players are professionals, there was no problem in working with them,a�? admitted Kashyap, who has previously coached local outfit Air India and ONGC and then travelled to the North-East to coach Royal Wahingdoh and last season in Goa with Salgaocar SC.
Former international Dias was excited about his new role as the skipper. a�?Ita��s quite a big responsibility and I never imagined that I would be asked to lead the team. But, I guess will not have a major role to play as my teammates are good experienced players like Thoi Singh, Pratesh Shirodkar, Allan Dias, Victorino Fernandes, Laxmikant Kattimani, Pratik Chaudhari and they exactly know what are their responsibilities. We are a good balanced side and I dona��t think that I have to guide any of the players,a�? Dias admitted. a�?I promise our fans that I and the other players will give our best to win the game.
Kashyap was not bothered about going into the match sans any foreign players. a�?We are a great side and I am confident that we fair well even without foreigners in the team,a�? he said and added, a�?We are in the process of recruiting foreign players. Negotiations with a couple of players are taking place and also the ITC clearance has to be obtained. We will certainly have foreigners in the team,a�? the coach assured the media.
Meanwhile, DSK Manager Dave Rogers from England, also sounded optimistic about his team. We are a great balanced side and we are still in the process of getting the right blend with the young and experienced lot. The players are gelling well and I want the younger players to get the opportunity and exposure. I dona��t care if they make mistakes, but they have to rectify them and carry on. Everyone makes mistakes,a�? said a confident Rogers.
Rogers was quite wary of the Mumbai side. a�?Mumbai FC is a good team and Santosh is a very good coach. We will play our style of attacking football and try to score goals. We want be cagey trying to defend but will go all out for a win,a�? said the Englishman.
Kashyap pointed out dedender Allan Dias, who sustained a hamstring injury during training, will miss Sundaya��s match. His Shivajians counterpart Rogers admitted that there are a few niggles with a couple of players but that he would assess the situation in the morning before deciding on the playing eleven.
Both Kashyap and Dias urge the a�?Yellow Brigadea�� to turn up in large numbers and support the team. a�?I request all our fans to come in large numbers and support your team. We need your support as it will be a big boost for the players and help to motivate us,a�? Kashyap stated.
With both sides deciding to playing attacking football the encounter promises to be a cracker of a match and one can be assured that there would not be any dull moments.