Real Kashmir FC allege ‘mistreatment’ by host team in Kerala

Srinagar: Real Kashmir FC on Friday alleged that their coach and several staff members were asked to leave training ground by host team Gokulam Kerala FC officials ahead of their I-League clash in Kerala.

In a series of tweets on its official handle, it said they not were not even provided transport.

“RKFC head coach and staff being asked to leave training ground. ‘This is Kerala not Kashmir’ @realkashmirfc  told. Strange,” tweeted the official handle of Real Kashmir FC.

“Does this look like a training ground??? Team @realkashmirfc had to train on this dump as no ground or transport provided for training today in Calicut.@ILeagueOfficialOkay,” it added.

Meanwhile, National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah has demanded safety of the team.

“Have been told @realkashmirfc are facing numerous difficulties down south in the run up to their clash against Gokulam Kerala FC to the point where they are unsure they will be safe playing tomorrow. Request local authorities to intervene to ensure safety of players & staff”.

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