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No og bachelo, no ginkgo; Who is the new hero of Blasters?

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The ISL seventh season kickoff is just days away. The Kerala Blasters are aiming for the play-offs. Six of the seven foreign players of the Kerala Blasters are new signings. The Kerala Blasters, who finished ninth in the 2018-19 season and seventh in 2019-20, need to reach the play-offs at least this time to maintain their dignity.

Elco Shattori, who led North East United FC to the playoffs for the first time in history, gave up hope last season but lost at the last minute. Let’s wait and see if it repeats itself this time.

The team has changed drastically in the seventh season. The team coached by Spanish coach Kibu Vikuna is set to play in Goa in the new season. Vikuna’s Blasters team, which won the 2019-20 I-League title with Mohan Bagan and has coaching experience in India, is no doubt one of the favorites in the tournament.

The Blasters will be joined by Gomez from Central Forward, Zimbabwe’s defender Costa Namoynes and English forward Gary Hooper.

Bartholomew Ogbecha, who captained the team last season, and Sandesh Jimgan, the fan favorite who led the team before that, are not with the Kerala Blasters this time. With no senior players being Indians, there is no doubt that leading a team in the seventh season will be a foreign one.

Vicente Gomez, who has led Spanish club Las Palmas for years, is likely to be named captain. Vikuna’s list includes Czech Republic club Saparta Prague, who has been a long – time defender, and the club’s first African captain, Costa Namoynes, and Gary Hooper, who has played for a number of clubs in England and Scotland.



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