I-League:It is time for Real Kashmir FC to step up

KSW Desk

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It is seventh game coming in this seasons I-League and Kashmir’s only I-League club Real Kashmir FC is yet to sort out its Playing-XI.
It is contrary to its debut season where they were on target from the day 1 and surprised everyone. They went on to finish third and if it would not have been Minerwa FC Fiasco they may have gone on to win the dream title in its dream debut I-League season.
Last season Real Kashmir were best defensive side in entire league and were scoring important goals when needed.
However, that all has changed this year as Real Kashmir FC is yet to finalize it starting eleven . Each game they have played so far has seen different combinations with team looking totally unsettled .
Despite team getting new recruitment and boosted by some high profile signings the outcome this season has been totally different and average. They have played six games and registered only one win. They suffered two defeats and played three draws.
This show has left them at 10th place on points table with just Indian Arrows behind them.
Real Kashmir FC will play its next game on Sunday against Arrows and one hopes that Coach Robertson pushes his son Mason back into defense for the sake of the team and settles the nerves due to average start.
While as Kallum Michael Higginbotham has been exceptional putting up crosses and setting up players, Real Kashmir FC has not been able to deliver goals on the hardwork he is putting in. In all the games so far played Kallum looks one player apart and he needs the support and backup of the team.
If supported well, Kallum will turrnout as game changer for the Real Kashmir FC and there is still lot of time and games in the League left.

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