East Bengal’s newly-appointed manager Mridul Banerjee got harmed during his really initial training event with a club, a “ruptured” Achilles tendon statute him out for 4 weeks and adding to a woes.
Out of I-League pretension race, East Bengal allocated a Santosh Trophy-winning manager on an halt basis, his reign bound compartment a Federation Cup.
With reduction than a month to go for a Federation Cup, a 56-year-old suffered a damage on his left foot.
“I’ve ruptured my Achilles tendon and will be out of movement for during slightest 4 weeks. we wanted to give it all for East Bengal in a residue deteriorate though such a large event is squandered in such a vicious manner,” an romantic Banerjee pronounced after he was liberated from a hospital.
The former Mohammedan Sporting AFC-A License hilt manager tumbled on a margin in an ungainly demeanour after his feet landed on an disproportionate surface.
Banerjee was named manager reduction than 12 hours after Englishman Trevor Morgan shot off a abdication minute following a fibre of losses, including a degrading better in I-League derby.
A 0-1 better to DSK Shivajians on Apr 16, their latest, meant their fugitive I-League pretension hopes were dashed.
East Bengal are third on a list with 27 points from 16 fixtures, next pretension contenders Aizawl FC and Mohun Bagan
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