ATK head coach Steve Coppell has claimed that qualifying for the knockout stage is very difficult but not entirely impossible. Meanwhile, Mumbai City FC boss Jorge Costa is adamant that his team’s fate lies in their own hands and they should only depend on themselves to make the knockout stage.
The current season of the Indian Super League is shaping up to be an interesting affair as all teams in the league are fighting hard to make a positive end to the current season. The upcoming clash between Mumbai City FC and World ATK will add spice to the ending stage of the group stage as both teams are in the fray of a spot in the play-off stage. World ATK coach Steve Coppell has admitted that his team only have an outside chance of progressing to the knockout stage but added that the mission is not impossible to achieve.
“It’s very difficult to qualify, but it’s possible to qualify. So, we cling onto that hope. Just as
Meanwhile, opposition coach Jorge Costa, will also back his young and vibrant Mumbai City FC side to put the pressure on the visiting team who lie two places below them on the ISL ranking table.
“We are in better position, that is true. We are depending on ourselves and not on other things. So, we are in
The Portuguese tactician then spoke about the last few games that Mumbai have underperformed in. The Islanders, who are third on the table, will travel to Kolkata and play at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan.
“So, in the last three games, we haven’t performed
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