This is how Sanjoy Sen mocked East Bengal ahead of of facing Neroca

Sony Norde’s participation against Neroca FC is in doubts

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Sony at Mohun Bagan ground today. Image Source: XtraTime

Kolkata: Mohan Bagan coach Sanjoy Sen teased their arch-rival East Bengal once again by saying “we played four matches and just conceded two goals. Those who are criticizing us must watch the goal tally of East Bengal and other teams. We conceded lesser goals in last three years.

He was very angry saying “Some people are trying to divide us but it’s not so easy. East Bengal conceded six goals playing same number of matches.”

Bagan will miss their main foreign recruits so they have to rely on the Indian players. They drew Minarva and Shillong match after getting the first goal  in the match.

“Neroca can be very dangerous they have Gobind Singh, Subhash Singh in their squad,” Sen added.

Shilton said, “Neroca has some experience in their team. They have some players who played for two Kolkata giants. “He appealed to their fans to come much more in numbers during the match.”

The Green and Maroon Brigade will miss Arijit Bagui and Azharuddin Mallick in this match. Manandeep is still not sure to play tomorrow.

On the other hand it is yet to be decided that whether Bagan’s star forwards Sony Norde and Ansumana Kromah would play against Neroca FC. Both of them will decide in the morning that whether they will play or not.

On being asked about the matter, Sony said,” The match will start at 5.30pm. I will decide at 10am whether I will play or not. If the situation demands I would play for 20 or 30 minutes. Kromah might play tomorrow.”

Beside the injury, Kromah has alargy too. Though he has said if the coach wants his service he would definitely play after taking pain-relief injection.

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