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SCEB Interim Manager Renedy Singh Spoke with Pride despite Drawing

SCEB Interim Manager Renedy Singh Spoke with Pride despite Drawing

SC East Bengal (SCEB) interim manager Renedy Singh spoke with pride despite drawing 0-0 with Mumbai City FC, on Friday. Singh admitted that he couldn’t have asked for more from his players in this Indian Premier League (ISL) goalless draw.

Still, SC East Bengal are yet to register their first win of the campaign. The Red and Golds are still two points off the next team at the bottom of the ISL table standings.

However, Singh stressed that there is no point complaining about what could have been.

“This is a top performance by the boys. Yes, we could have done better with the ball but there is hardly any time. I am really proud of the way they have defended,” the interim SCEB coach said.

On the other hand, despite ending the game with just two shots on target, Mumbai City head coach Des Buckingham put it down to his side’s penalty calls that were turned down as what went wrong last evening.

“We had three denied penalties that were not given and for me, that’s the reason we haven’t come up with the result. We trust the process we follow. But we need to make sure that when we create the chances, if we uphold the chances, you trust the officials to give at least one if not three (penalties),” Buckingham lambasted.

This was Mumbai City’s first clean sheet since December 15. They conceded 10 goals in their previous three games after conceding seven in their initial six ISL matches this season.

SCEB Interim Manager Renedy Singh Spoke with Pride despite Drawing

“If we keep working hard even with one foreigner, we can do well. Mumbai is the best attacking side in the league. In spite of playing the best attacking side the way we have defended, yes we defended deep, there was no clear chance,” Singh said.

East Bengal take on Jamshedpur on Tuesday, which is till when Renedy Singh will lead the team. He will then be handing over the charge to head coach Mario Rivera.

“There is no point complaining about what we could do. I think it’s time to concentrate on defending better in the next game. Three matches in seven days is not easy at all, so we have to regroup, defend better and go for attack,” Singh maintained.

Singh also informed that Daniel Chima is headed home due to personal reasons. Indeed, Darren Sidoel was the only other foreigner involved in Friday’s tie.

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