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Robbie Fowler Clarifies Comment About Indian SC East Bengal Players Having Never 'Been Coached Before'

 "Some Indian players appear as though they haven't been instructed previously," Fowler had said at that point, as his group are at the lower part of the Indian Super League 20202-1 focuses table. 

Fowler said that his remarks were taken outside of any relevant connection to the subject at hand, in his pre-coordinate meeting in front of SCEB's conflict against NorthEast United FC. 


"I clearly didn't intend to slight anybody. There are bunches of acceptable Indian players around, however their comprehension of the game can generally be better. We have a specific way of thinking and we're attempting to get every one of our players familiar with it. My remark has been utilized outside the realm of relevance via online media," Fowler said. 

"This is a gigantic club and when you put that Red and Gold shirt on, you take on a monstrous duty. This is pertinent for every one of our players, whether or not they are Indians or outsiders. We're content with the crew and the players will improve with time. We have each other's back," added the East Bengal supervisor. 

Fowler stated, "there are a ton of good parts in India however some aren't extraordinary. I would prefer not to gloss over anything. There are skilled and in fact talented players however there should be better comprehension of the game. I am attempting to be a pragmatist." 

SC East Bengal have not scored an objective and surrendered five so far in ISL 2020-21 as lead trainer Fowler called for consistency from his players. 

"Everything is driven by brings about this nation. We realize that outcomes are significant, yet we haven't played gravely, in spite of not having the best of starts. For instance, in our second game against Mumbai City FC, we had an extraordinary possibility of going 1-0 up. We should be more predictable and our fixation levels should be high regarding exploiting the opportunity," said Fowler.

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