Adil Khan says ISL brings a lot of positivity in Indian football and Partnership with Dortmund will devolop Indian Football
The 32 years old Indian international defender Adil Khan had shown a warrior character every time. He was ruled out in 2015 from the national team due to an injury and made his come back at King’s cup in 2019. Recently He plays for ISL club Hydrabad and yesterday (16/8/20) German legendary club Borussia Dortmund.
Adil Khan is very excited about the Dortmund partnership and spoke his future plan to Goal.Com.
Adil Khan says they didn’t get a result because of lack of concentration
“Beginning of the season, we started getting a lot of injuries, foreigners getting injured, Rafa (Lopez) got injured, I was out for four matches. A lot of things were happening. But slowly, as the season progressed, we started doing well. Yet, we didn’t get the results because of a lack of concentration or you could say individual mistakes.” Adil Khan told Goal.com.
Adil Khan says, Albert Roca will help them to do well in the league
“Then slowly when Albert Roca came in, took over from Phil Brown, we started doing well, keeping the ball more and started doing things that we were not doing in the first half of the season. I think it was working well and hopefully it is going to be better next season. Our target is to compete with the champion teams, give them good competition and we are looking forward to having a great next season. If not the Champions League, our target is to get into the top four at least.”
Adil Khan says the partnership with Dortmund will be beneficial for the Indian Football
“It is great news for Indian football as well, not only for the club. The young players who will come into Hyderabad’s team, now have an opportunity to do their best and go abroad for exposure to the Borussia Dortmund facilities, they will be getting to use if everything goes well.”
Adil Khan says ISL brings a lot of positivity in Indian football
“ISL brought a lot of things in place. It gave a better platform for the players to express themselves at the highest level and youth development programs are taking place. All in all, ISL brought a lot of positives in Indian football and hopefully it will grow in the coming years and we will see better players coming out, playing for different leagues in the world.” Adil Khan Concluded.