Kerala Blasters today arrived in Goa to train on natural turf till October 10 and will play four friendlies before they leave for Guwahati for their first ISL match on October 13 against North East United FC.
Sachin Tendulkar-owned Kerala Blasters, who had been training on artificial surface at the Corporation Stadium in Thrissur.
They will play against Vasco Sports Club tomorrow and then take on St Cruz Club of Cavelossim (Oc 5), Churchill Brothers (Oct 7) and Salgaocar FC (Oct 9).
Meanwhile, North East United FC who were training here, left forGuwahati on a happy note after they scored a thumping 6-0 win over Sesa Academy in their last friendly match on September 30.
The most heartening thing for coach Ricki Herbert was the form of their Marquee player Capedevilla, who netted two goals against Sesa Academy and looked in good form.
Herbert’s side struggled in their opening match against Tuff Laxmi Prasad Sports Club, which they managed to draw with a late penalty.
In the second friendly match, they met stiff resistance but got the better of Vasco Sports Club by a solitary goal.
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