It has been seventeen days since Roy Krishna arrived in India, but the first training session of the Fijian star with ATK-Mohun Bagan took place this Monday because he had to be in quarentine for two weeks.
Now, the legendary player from Fiji is back to action and he wants to get ready for the next season: “It took 40 long days to get here. Four flight connections, 10 covid tests and 30 days in quarantine in 3 different countries. Yesterday was my first day back at training. So excited to be with the boys again as we prepare for another exciting season,” stated Krishna on social media.
It is going to be Krishna’s second season playing at Indian Super League, the major football league from India. He has already proven himself in the league by being one of the best players of 2019-20 season when his side ATK lifted the trophy after beating Chennaiyin by 3-1 in the final.
The 2020-21 Indian Super League is expected to be contested from November 2020 to March 2021 and will be hosted behind-closed-doors across three venues in Goa due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in India.