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Arrows eye win over depleted Kerala

DNMUM405357 | 1/12/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :190

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Mumbai: Indian Arrows, the youngest outfit in the I League, desperately need their top players to fire as they take on depleted hosts Gokulam Kerala FC at the EMS Corporation Stadium in Kozhikode on Friday.
Odafa Okolie, who has 100-odd I-League goals under his belt, is the newest recruitment but he did little justice to his name on his debut for the Keralites.
The hosts are yet to find their combination right and unwell players have added to their headache.
Coach Bino George, thus, didn’t hide his frustration.
“Balwinder has chicken pox. He is admitted to the hospital. I have no idea what is happening,” George said on Thursday.
He reiterated that the foreign signings should contribute more to churn out some pos
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