Last updated on October 13, 2019
Indian national soccer team head coach Igor Stimac on Tuesday stated he will try out as many players as you can at the friendly game against the Indian Super League side NorthEast United FC on Wednesday.
“We are very pleased to have got a chance to play Northeast United FC. This match will serve us quite well to get ready for the Bangladesh game,” Stimac stated.
“I believe it’s going to be a competitive match. It is an opportunity for the players to establish themselves and to make a spot in the group. It will be wonderful to test as many players as you can. I expect them to perform best for their skills,” he added.
The group is presently at a preparatory camp for the game against Bangladesh.
“It will be a terrific joy for both United States. He was a wonderful player and a wonderful coach also.
“Back home we confront each other daily as we remain just 200 meters apart. I visit him while visiting the current market, the bank each moment. However, I have not confronted him as the rival trainer, it is going to be a fascinating battle for us ” he explained.
Stimac had summoned 29 players to the preparatory camp originally, but Jerry Lalrinzuala was unable to combine the camp due to physical fitness problems.