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Constantine cautious of ‘disciplined’ Myanmar

DNMUM400766 | 11/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :169

Mumbai: India football team coach Stephen Constantine said it will be “important to continue the momentum” as India gear up to face Myanmar in their last home match of the AFC Asian Cup Qualifier UAE 2019 at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Margao on Tuesday.
“This match is the first step to Asian Cup’s preparation, which is precisely 14 months away,” Constantine said on Monday.
“The match allows us the opportunity to test the depth of our squad,” he said.
Constantine showed huge respect for the visitors.
“Myanmar are a very disciplined side. The coach is there for eight long years and he follows a similar system. We had a torrid time in Myanmar,” he said.
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