ISL: ATK Boss Habas Asks Players To Build A Strong Relation With Fans

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"The idea is to give better performance in every match. We have to win, we have to compete," said Antonio Lopez Habas. Read more for the whole interview

Written By Abhishek Shetty | Mumbai | Updated On:

ATK will host Jamshedpur FC for their Matchday 4 clash of ISL 2019-20 at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan stadium. Antonio Lopez Habas' side are on a good run of back-to-back wins and will be looking to seal their third consecutive win in their next home match. ATK made a strong comeback after facing a defeat against Kerala Blasters on the opening day of the current season as they triumphed over Hyderabad FC and Chennaiyin FC in the next two ISL games.

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Antonio Lopez Habas wants his players to build a connection with home fans

ATK manager, Antonio Lopez Habas, attended a pre-match press conference in which he stated the impact the home fans can have on the team and the players. Habas informed that ATK want to improve their performance in every match and they are motivated towards winning and competing. He added that it is very important for the whole team to create a healthy relationship with their fans. Habas clearly opined that the players should always keep in their mind that it is very important to connect with the fans from the first minute of the match. 

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Jamshedpur FC are one spot above ATK in the points table and are yet to be beaten in the league (W2 D1). The match will be one to watch for which is scheduled on November 9, 2019, Saturday 7:30 PM (IST) onwards. Talking about Jamshedpur FC, Habas said that ATK respects every team and that they hold maximum respect for the opponent, their technical staff and their players. 

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