Nainggolan as valuable as Pogba - Spalletti Interestingly, Morgan billed the clash against Bengaluru FC and not Mohun Bagan as the toughest.face arch-rivals in the reverse leg of the I-League Kolkata Derby in Siliguri on Sunday. We gave the players 10-12 days off, trained hard last week and also played two practice games.They've had three home games to start with and won them comfortably but hopefully we'll them a stronger test tomorrow.The same will happen to us because they are a good side,” said Morgan.
Realising she couldn't bring a child up in that environment, Mo went back on the pill.
The Briton was quick to acknowledge the fact that his 'closed-door' training sessions have been fruitful in the build-up to the high-voltage encounter. Tomorrow will be the test to see." Most of the focus on the eve of the match was on veteran Mehtab Hossain, for whom this could be the last derby considering his promise of leaving East Bengal after ten years if they fail to win the I-League.
"Mehtab's been a fantastic player for East Bengal, he has been a great servant.
I hope he can finish his East Bengal career on a winning note.
Others are well aware of how Mehtab has played for us, I don't have to go around and tell them (the players) to play for him," Morgan expressed his feelings on his midfield general.