Indian Arrows will take on Real Kashmir Foot Ball Club (FC) in the IFA Shield in Kolkata on Wednesday, and top coach Venkatesh Shanmugam plans to make the most of the opportunity as part of the team’s preparations for the I-League 2021/22. has created.
“Shield is such a historic tournament, and it will provide us with at least two matches to test ourselves and assess the decision making of the players. We have played a few practice matches in Bhubaneswar, but this one will be a different experience” Venkatesh said in a statement.
“Real Kashmir FC is our first rival, and they are a physically demanding team. It will be a real litmus test for our boys. They will bring their foreign recruits, and we are ready to fight. My boys. It is recommended to enjoy the challenge and play without any fear.” Real Kashmir Foot Ball Club and Calcutta Customs Club are placed in Group A along with Indian Arrows. The top two teams after completing the round robin format advance to the second round, where they must play two back-to-back knockout matches against qualified teams from other groups to qualify for the quarter-finals.