Kibu Vicuna is hoping they are not going play behind closed door
Kerala Blasters head coach Kibu Vicuna is hoping spectators will come to the stadium after winning over the Covid19 pandemic.
The Indian Health Ministry has banned all types of gathering due to the Corona Virus pandemic. All major league all across the world has resumed but all of them are playing behind closed doors. But the Spanish graffer thinks people of Kerala will come and supports their team in the stadium.
In an interaction with Manjapada, Kibu Vicuna shared his game plan and views on the league.
Kibu Vicuna says supporters are their biggest strength
“We don’t know what is going to happen. Supporters are our biggest strength. Football is for people. We are watching the Spanish league and it is sad to see fantastic games but it was like a friendly, without supporters (in the stands),” Kibu Vicuna told Manjapada.
Kibu Vicuna thinks they are not going to play behind a closed door
“If we play with supporters, it is like starting with a 1-0 (lead). I don’t think we are going to play behind closed doors, I hope not.”
Kibu Vicuna says he’s going to give chances some players from the academy and reserve team in pre-season
“For the club, we are going to give chances in pre-season to some players of the academy and reserve team. We did it last season at Bagan also. We will do the same here. It is important to give chances to know their potential to play in the first team and to have a good connection between the junior team and the first team,” Kibu Vicuna concluded.