Kerala Blasters moves to leave home Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kaloor The dispute with authorities is behind the decision. The club has taken a tough decision, accusing the Cochin Corporation, the GCDA, the police and the Kerala Football Association of misleading the club during the ISL competition.
The decision is likely to be taken at a high-level meeting on November 3. Sources from management sources say that everything from the permission to play the game at the Kaloor Stadium to the security is facing huge obstacles. The corporation has also decided to levy entertainment tax. Blasters officials say KFA is not doing much.
Blasters were also drawn up by a clash between the Kerala Sports Council and the District Sports Council at the handing over of the stadium at Panampilly Nagar for the team’s training. ISL pays Rs.7 crore annually to Kaloor Stadium owners GCDA. However, Blasters officials blame that the maintenance and maintenance of the stadium is not being done properly. In addition, the Blasters Management Police have to pay Rs.