I hope the field is better tomorrow: the assistant coach of Odisha FC Singto
Start the home run with to limited victory Jamshedpur FC in their previous game last year, the hosts Odisha FC they will surely try to improve their game by some points when faced with to resurgence Chennaiyin FC to Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Monday.
El partido, que es el primero después del cambio de año, volverá to probar su defensa con fugas, pero el entrenador asistente Thangboi Singto confiaba en cambiar las cosas bajo la dirección de Josep Gombau in new year.
"We have created to lot of chances. Of course, we have to score more goals. Going forward we have to be confident. Defensively we have to improve. It is not that we are conceding many goals. Under coach Josep Gombau we are trying to improve our loopholes. We will go for to win against Chennaiyin tomorrow (Monday)," said Singto, who has managed I-League Shillong Lajong FC club before.
Playing only the second game on the newly laid natural grass, Singto said the ground conditions are not expected to be 100%, but it will surely improve with each game. I keep talking with colleagues and other ground staff. They have done a great job and are doing their best. The same happened with Jamshedpur in his first season. It is what it is. The field is a bit soft, but it's fine. It was the first game. Hopefully tomorrow the field is better for us to play well, we can play a good aerial game, added the assistant coach of Manipur.
Praising their opposition, another assistant coach Jacobo Varela present to the pre-match presser, said that his wards cannot afford to take the visitors lightly. "After changing the coach the first thing which has changed for them is that they are scoring lots of goals. They have scored seven goals in last three matches. But they are also conceding. They are doing some things very similar to what they were doing before. They are strong in attack and are improving in defence. So, it won't be an easy game for us. We are to very similar team and I am sure it will be to tough match for us," added Varela.