ISL franchise FC Goa has lodged a grievance with the league and its opponent within the final match – Kerala Blasters – after its technical employees was hit by a stone whereas he was serving to the substitute gamers heat up on Sunday in Kochi.
The match was being performed on the Pt Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Expressing considerations over security of the away crew and its supporters, FC Goa has referred to as for an inquiry into the incident.
“The security of our supporters stays considered one of our paramount considerations.
“The membership has reported an incident to the League and the house crew concerning the protection of the membership employees the place a member of the technical crew was hit by a stone whereas serving to the substitute gamers heat up,” FC Goa stated in a press release.
“FC Goa has requested the Kerala Blasters’ administration to conduct an inquiry into the matter,” the membership added.
Kerala Blasters ended its 10-game shedding streak in opposition to FC Goa with a 3-1 win within the Indian Tremendous League in Kochi.
It was the aspect’s first win over Goa since November 2016.
“FC Goa wish to talk that the membership has written to the Kerala Blasters administration expressing considerations in regard to safety that was offered to the membership and our travelling supporters throughout our newest recreation in Kochi on Sunday.
“The membership has highlighted notably the problems confronted within the ‘Away Stand’ which had a big presence of dwelling followers, which led to unsavoury incidents which the membership believes may have been simply averted.”
Objectives from Adrian Luna, Dimitrios Diamantakos and Ivan Kaliuzhnyi throughout the house of 10 minutes secured all three factors for the Blasters, whereas Noah Sadaoui scored for the Gaurs.