New Delhi: Indian football team midfielder Anirudh Thapa wants to enjoy stepping into the crowded stands of the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) as he once again welcomes followers across the stadiums after a two-year allotment.
Chennaiyin FC captain has revealed that fans have gotten it wrong over the past two seasons. With the Indian Premier League back in the 10 stadiums across the country, players are happy to get help once again from the stands.
“I think the followers are excited and so are we. They will be back again in a couple of years. We missed them and it would be good to please and entertain them. Having followers will create an incredible atmosphere at ISL for this season for the sake of positivity,” Thapa said. “. I can remember the crowded stands in Chennai with the city folks behind us at every match. There were certain nights at the Marina Enviornment and I want to try it again as soon as again,” the versatile midfielder added. On October 10th against ATK Mohun Bagan in Kolkata. Additionally, Thapa argues that it is simply not the Chennai crowd who needs to present a particular gift at the entrance. The 24-year-old revealed that he is equally enthusiastic about outdoor matches well. I got a huge turnout in these centers. I am very excited to play all four away from home well, Thapa said. And their families to make the trip to the stadiums to catch the movement from the stands.
Thapa believes the schedule will likely be a huge boost to all involved. “The weekly matches are likely to be good for every player and followers and can give enough time between matches so that everyone can enjoy from a higher level.” The contract has been extended by two years this summer, ensuring that their captain will remain until the end of the 2024 season. After performing the last two seasons behind closed doors in a bio-bubble in Goa, the Chennai followers would like to see their favorite group once again move on at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.