Mumbai City FC is enjoying a dream start to the Indian Super League (ISL) campaign ever since the arrival of coach Sergio Lobera. However, the Spaniard felt the 12 days break affected the team’s momentum as it prepares to take on Kerala Blasters at GMC Stadium, Bambolim in the first match of 2021.

“Two-week break is a long time without competition games. To analyse this situation, when you are in good momentum it’s not good to stop. It’s better to continue playing. But on the other hand, it’s good to have more time to spend in the training session,” expressed Lobera, whose side is currently second with 16 points from seven games and a win against Kerala will help it reclaim the top spot from ATKMB.


“It’s difficult but at the same time it’s easy because we have good players,” stated Lobera and added, “But given a choice, I wouldn’t prefer to take a long…

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