Kerala Blasters A+, SC East Bengal F in ISL 2021-22

We’ve reached the halfway point of the 2021-22 Indian Super League season, with every side (save ATK Mohun Bagan and Odisha FC following their postponed game) having played 10 games thus far.

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It’s been a highly unpredictable year, with Antonio Habas and Manolo Diaz departing as managers, and Juan Ferrando leaving FC Goa for Bagan making headlines as well. Mumbai City, the defending champions, appeared to be on their way to winning the league, only for a string of losses to derail their season. At the midway point of the season, Kerala Blasters are leading the table, which few would have imagined at the start of the season.

Kerala Blasters A+
Kerala Blasters A+

We take a breather after seven weeks of nonstop activity to examine each squad, look at what makes them tick (or not), and grade them (A+ being the highest, F being the lowest).


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