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RoundGlass Punjab FC (RGPFC) will face Neroca FC in its next I-League encounter at Kalyani Stadium, West Bengal, on Monday.

“Like every game of the I-League, this game will also be difficult. They (Neroca FC) have some good attacking players. We take every game on its merit and are looking forward to the challenge. We will try and win it like we do in each game,” said head coach Curtis Fleming.

Talking about promoting young talents such as Aphaoba Singh, Bikash Yumnam and Hormipam Ruivah, Fleming stated: “They have a long way to go. The biggest thing they need to do is to learn. The only way they will learn is by playing competitive football. I am confident enough to play with these young players.”

Talking about the 10-day break since the last game against Real Kashmir, Fleming said: “It was hard to have such a long break, but the staff looked after us, especially by ensuring we get different types of food. I don’t see this period as rest, but more like recovery. We trained every day during this break to keep ourselves sharp and focused on the next game. The players are raring to get back on the field.” — TNS



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