Mario Rivera

Mario Rivera Pushes East Bengal To Win

Mario Rivera, the East Bengal manager, is aiming for a top-four finish in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) season on Monday.

“The Red and Golds are presently at the bottom of the pile, having won only 10 games in 18 matches. The Highlanders are currently top with 13 points, and will conclude their campaign when they play the final game later this week.”I’m not satisfied with our position, but I remain hopeful that we can achieve something. The boys are

East Bengal have won just two games all season – against ATK and Jamshedpur FC – and will be up against a North East United side who are unbeaten in their last five games.

“It’s going to be a difficult game, but we’ll give our best,” the Spaniard said. “NorthEast have been playing well of late and are unbeaten in their last five games, but we’ll go out there and try to win.”

 Rivera also said that he is looking to add a few more players to his squad before the start of the next season.

“We’re looking for some good players and we’ll see what happens in the next few days,” he said. “We need to strengthen the squad for the next season and I’m hopeful that we can do that.”

East Bengal will be looking to end their dismal season on a high note when they take on NorthEast United at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati on Monday.


The Match

What was discussed? “This game is critical since a victory would put us ahead of them in the league table. We’re playing well, but we want the result to reflect this as well,” Rivera stressed. “Our approach in previous games will be followed again. We’ll do everything possible to gain three points,”

“The team is getting better with each match. The morale has improved, and the players are all working extremely hard. So there’s no question of any lack of effort.”

East Bengal coach Mario Rivera has said that his side will do everything possible to win when they take on NorthEast United in an I-League match on Wednesday.

Mario Rivera
“The team is getting better with each match. The morale has improved, and the players are all working extremely hard. So there’s no question of any lack of effort.” – Mario Rivera

“This match is crucial because if we will win, we will leapfrog them (NorthEast United) in the league table. We are playing well, but we want that to reflect in the match result too,” Rivera stressed.

He further mentioned, “Our approach in the last two matches will be the same as the previous matches – to win. We will do everything we can to get three points.”

The team is performing better with every passing match. The attitude has improved, and all the players are training very hard. So there’s no question of any lack of motivation.”

 Rivera also praised the fans for their support, and said that it gives the players an extra boost.

“The fans are fantastic. They always back us up, and their support really helps us on the pitch. We want to give them something to cheer about by winning this match,” he concluded.

 Rivera also praised the fans for their support, and said that it gives the players an extra boost.

“The fans are fantastic. They always back us up, and their support really helps us on the pitch. We want to give them something to cheer about by winning this match,” he concluded.

East Bengal will be looking to get back to winning ways when they take on NorthEast United in an I-League clash on Wednesday. The match is crucial for both sides, as a victory for East Bengal would see them leapfrog NorthEast United in the league table. With the team performing better with every passing match, coach Rivera will be hoping for a positive result. The fans will also be hoping for a win, and their support could be the difference between victory and defeat.


Strategy, balance, and wit

“We needed a good Asian player since Tomislav Mrcela had departed for a full season with a top Australian side, so we signed Nepal defender Ananta Tamang,” Rivera continued. “After that, he spent two seasons at Leicester City in the English Premier League before returning to the club where he started his career: Rangers FC of I

“In today’s football, you must play in a variety of formations,” he replied. “It’s considerably better for you and more difficult for the opponent. I don’t enjoy playing every game with the same group of people; therefore, I rotate my squad.

“East Bengal will do everything to win on Monday, according to coach Mario Rivera. The Red and Golds are coming off a disappointing draw against Gokulam Kerala, but the Spaniard is confident his side can get the three points against Minerva Punjab.

“Amarjit Singh and Jackichand Singh are ruled out injured for Monday ‘s tie while addressing why the club chose to sign Nepal defender Ananta Tamang for just two games.”

On constantly changing his formations, he responded, “In modern football, you need to play in different formations. It’s much better for you and more difficult for the opponent. I don’t like to play every match with the same bunch of players, I try and rotate my squad.”

The East Bengal tactician informed that Amarjit Singh and Jackichand Singh are ruled out injured for Monday’s tie while addressing why the club chose to sign Nepal defender Ananta Tamang for just two games.

“We needed a good Asian player after Tomislav Mrcela left to play in a good Australian team for a full season so we signed Nepal defender Ananta Tamang,” Rivera explained.

On constantly changing his formations, he responded, “In modern football, you need to play in different formations. It’s much better for you and more difficult for the opponent. I don’t like to play every match with the same bunch of players, I try and rotate my squad.”

East Bengal will do everything to win on Monday, according to coach Mario Rivera. The Red and Golds are coming off a disappointing draw against Gokulam Kerala, but the Spaniard is confident his side can get the three points against Minerva Punjab.

“Amarjit Singh and Jackichand Singh are ruled out injured for Monday’s tie while addressing why the club chose to sign Nepal defender Ananta Tamang for just two games.”

On constantly changing his formations, he responded, “In modern football, you need to play in different formations. It’s much better for you and more difficult for the opponent. I don’t like to play every match with the same bunch of players, I try and rotate my squad.”