Punjab FC have two draws in six matches of the season and are yet to pick up a single win, leaving fans and players hoping for a change in fortunes. The upcoming trip to Delhi was supposed to be a chance to rejuvenate the team, but the deteriorating air quality in the capital city has made it difficult for Punjab FC to win a game in the seasonThe World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized Delhi as the most polluted city in the world. The Indian Premier Football League returned to the city after a four-year hiatus. The last club to play at the legendary stadium was Delhi Dynamos, after which the club moved to Odisha and was renamed Odisha FC.
Knew it wouldn’t be easy
The transition from the I-League to the ISL has never been easy and Vergetis recognizes the difference in quality. However, despite a difficult start, Punjab FC have shown their potential by causing serious problems.Don’t cry. We need to stand up and move on. That is what we are doing now to the other moves very quickly. We have to adapt, and this is something new that we have to develop.