Due to the ongoing pandemic situation in the country, two times finalists of Hero Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters FC are going to have two months of pre-season training abroad. According to the sources KBFC are going to have their pre-season training in two or three different countries.
ISL 2020-21 was conducted in a bio-secure bubble with no fans in the stadium to tackle the COVID-19. Fans enjoyed the matches from the comfort of their home. As everything remained locked to limit the COVID-19 cases. Clubs played against each other in the stadium with no supporters watching them live from the stadium.
In fact, the Yellow Army has the biggest fan base in the Hero Indian Super League. Kerala Blasters also possess international fanbase so good crowd can be expected in the pre-season.
Moreover, Blasters are yet to sign a head coach for the club as Kibu Vicuña’s contract ended in February 2021. Their primary focus for the 2021-22 season will be to fill their leaky defense with talented defenders.
Blasters have already signed young Indian defender Ruivah Hormipam from RoundGlass Punjab FC to strengthen their defense. Left-back Denechandra Meitei also extended his contract with the club to keep him embedded in the club until 2024. According to sources, Harmanjot Khabra is a potential signee for the club who plays as center midfield.
KBFC will be plotting to get back to winning ways as they were out of the playoffs for consecutive 4 seasons.
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