A New Hassle For I League! Matches Reshedule Possible
What's the story? Because of nearness of matches at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata, a few home apparatuses of East Bengal and Mohun Bagan might be moved away, because of pitch support issues. In the event that you didn't have the foggiest idea... The Indian Arrows will likewise play their opening two home apparatuses in Goa as the Ambedkar Stadium and Jawaharlal Nehru Stadiums, New Delhi are inaccessible. The two proposed scenes are Bambolim Stadium and Tilak Maidan, as the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda is inaccessible because of FC Goa and Churchill Brothers home diversions. The core of the issue The Sports Ministry of West Bengal Government has attested that a base two-day hole is basic for appropriate playing conditions and support issues. In any case, in actuality, a few of ATK, East Bengal and Mohun Bagan diversions have under two days hole. FSDL (Football Sports Development Limited) booked the stadium three months preceding the Indian Super League commence, and now the onus in on AIFF to move matches to suburbia in Kolkata. East Bengal and Mohun Bagan are taking a gander at Barasat Stadium and Rabindra Sarobar Stadium as conceivable substitution scenes, as per sources. Upwards of four East Bengal and three Mohun Bagan matches are might be moved away. How about we observe the installations with under two days hole which are planned to happen in the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata. ISL, 26 November: ATK vs FC Pune City I-League, 28 November: East Bengal vs Aizawl FC I-League, 9 December: East Bengal vs Shillong Lajong I-League, 10 December: Mohun Bagan vs Churchill Brothers I-League, 14 December: Mohun Bagan vs Shillong Lajong I-League, 16 December: East Bengal vs Churchill Brothers I-League, 27 December: East Bengal vs Kerala FC I-League, 29 December: Mohun Bagan vs Indian Arrows ISL, 31 December: ATK vs FC Goa I-League, 2 January: Mohun Bagan vs Chennai City FC ISL, 3 February: ATK vs Bengaluru FC I-League, 5 February: East Bengal vs Indian Arrows Thus, upwards of nine I-League matches are crashing inside themselves and the Indian Super League installations in space of two days and are in risk to be moved away or delayed. Sources near Mohun Bagan have recommended that three of Mohun Bagan home amusements on tenth December, 29th December and second January would be moved to Barasat Stadium. What's next? Games Ministry of West Bengal are planned to arrange a meeting with East Bengal and Mohun Bagan over moving without end coordinates or put off them for accomodation. Creator's Take This comes up as a hit to both All India Football Federation and the two Kolkata Giants, as both the accessible stadiums specifically Barasat Stadium and Rabinda Sarobar Stadium are far up North and South separately hence limiting fans to go to the matches on the off chance that they are moved away. This likewise imperils the broadcast accomplices of I-League, Star Sports as they now need to shoulder additional expenses to set up nourish in the other two stadiums to broadcast the moved recreations.