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Hero Super Cup 2019: Boys ready to take on the Best Teams, says Floyd Pinto

Arrows would like to perform well at the Hero Super Cup 2019
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Indian Football is moving from Hero- I-League to Hero Super Cup 2019. Indian Arrows, the Delhi club football team with Bhubaneswar as ground, have been the flavor of the season with some creditable performances in the Hero I-League.

The YDP project of AIFF which comprises of the nucleus of boys from the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, and even some 16-year olds had 11 call ups to the U-23 National Camp for the AFC U-23 Qualifiers. Arrows would like to perform well at the Hero Super Cup 2019.

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In an interview with AIFF, Head Coach Floyd Pinto spoke at length about the potential of youth football, the forthcoming Hero Super Cup, Mahesh Gawli’s contribution, and much more.

21 points in the Hero I-League:

It is a testament to the potential of youth in Football.

Hallmark of Arrows this season:

Surpassing last season’s numbers was a good feeling indeed. Ending the season with a win against mighty Mohun Bagan at the majestic Sal Lake Stadium was an indicator that the boys are ready to compete at the highest level against the best teams in the Country.

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Significance of the Hero Super Cup 2019:

The Hero Super Cup 2019 is another opportunity and platform to showcase the abundance of talent, capability and ever improving competency of this youthful Arrows side. The boys truly believe that they are in it to compete, and not just make up the numbers.

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11 boys were summoned to the Indian U-23 Camp:

We felt a sense of pride and achievement. It is the next logical step in their development towards the goal of representing the Country at the senior level.

We hope that all 11 make it through to the final squad for the AFC U-23 Qualifiers in Uzbekistan, and help India qualify for the final round, and beyond.

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U-17 Boys:

We played in a professional league, and in a very competitive environment. Our motto at the Arrows is simple – “If you are good enough, you are old enough.” Judging by our performance this season, we have justified our philosophy.

Mahesh Gawli’s contribution:

He has brought in experience of highest level. He has always had a calm influence under pressure, and robust work ethic to the Arrows setup.

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Facilities in Odisha:

Thanks to the Government of Odisha, we have an ideal environment to develop the full potential of the best youth players in the Country. Be it the match venue, training facilities, accommodation, food and travel, we have been made to feel at home away from home.


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