East Bengal boss Mario Rivera promises to play exciting attacking football
Rivera begins his second stint with East Bengal after the one in the I-League before the club joins the ISL.
It’s a mountain to climb for East Bengal’ fresh appointed head coach Mario Rivera as he takes over the reins from interim Renedy Singh within the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) season.
The Spaniard has professed his love for offensive soccer whereas his aspect has scored simply thrice in the last six games however managed to choose four points from those games.
What was said?
“My 1st goal is to vary the mood of the team. once you come back to the team in the middle of the season, it suggests that the team has not been doing well. are going to be able to I’ll try and recuperate the mental situation of the players.
“The team is in an exceedingly far better situation than before, currently we’ve got to induce the most effective out of the players. i like total football, I like to attack and we will try to improve ourselves in this aspect,” aforementioned Rivera.
The mid-season battle
“There will be some absentees in tomorrow’s game as well. Marcelo Ribeiro dos Santos (who has replaced Daniel Chima) isn’t offered for this match as he’s not nevertheless able to start,” the former East geographic area assistant updated.
“It’s continuously difficult to require charge within the middle of the season as a result of you have got little or no time to induce to grasp the players. dangerous to create changes in such a brief amount of time.”
What now for East Bengal?
As East Bengal seek for their 1st win of the season and having recorded ISL’ longest unbeaten run, Rivera concluded, “First of all, I’ll try to keep the spirit
of the team intact. The players gave their tired the previous few matches.
“But in football, the balance needs to be there in defence and attack and so as to win a match, you have got to be higher than the opponent.”