Real Kashmirs preseason may move out of Valley

first_imgKalyani (West Bengal): Srinagar-based I-League club Real Kashmir FC may hold its pre-season training at either Jamshedpur or Mumbai in the wake of tense situation in the state, said the team’s co-owner and chairman Sandeep Chattoo. Despite tensed situation back home after the Centre scrapped Article 370, which gives special status to the state, Real Kashmir FC kept their date with the Durand Cup and began the season with a 1-0 win over I-League champions Chennai City FC here on Wednesday. “We will love to go back to Srinagar. But if for any unfortunate reasons, we don’t go back then we have options. We can take the team anywhere and do the pre-season,” Chattoo said here. “We will just wait till the Durand Cup is over. By that time we will decide whether it will be feasible for us to go back and do the pre-season there before the I-League.”last_img