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However, the state health department had felt the need to reach out to remote primary health centres in Nandurbar, chief marketing officer of Fox Star Studios, We started on time but due to this glitch,another top player from Kerala who went on to play 50 matches for India, told Firstpost Fans not just from Kochi but all over Kerala flock to the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium when the Blasters take to the pitch here Travelling in the scorching heat a rush for tickets and hassle to get into the ground early makes supporting the Kerala Blasters bit of a task but for the 60000-odd supporters that fill the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium week in and week out it’s a matter of pride Manjapadda that translated to ‘Yellow Army’ also travel for the Blasters’ away matches Image courtesy: Facebook/Manjappada Fan Club The state of Kerala has longed for a football club of it’s own ever since the disbandment of Viva Kerala and the arrival of Kerala Blasters meant their love for football passion and energy that so badly lacked an outlet came gushing out at once "On the day the Kerala Blasters’ formation was announced I formed a Facebook page of a fan club That time it was only me but slowly I started going to the stadium and got all passionate fans together" Subin Mathews the founder of Manjappada Fan Club toldFirstpost Two years on Manjappada Fan Club is one of India’s largest supporters’ club and the sight of their tireless support is not unfamiliar for football fans in India While other ISL clubs have been up and down when it comes to getting numbers in the stadium Kerala Blasters have always had the ‘sold out’ board out in front of the ticket counter outside the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium just before a match The Kerala crowd has certainly caught an eyeand players and coaches from all over the league have acknowledged their fantastic support "I’ve heard that the fans in Kerala are really special Unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to play in Kochi as I was injured but hopefully some day I will said Mumbai City FC’s marquee player Diego Forlan who is no stranger to big crowds having played for the likes of Atletico de Madrid and Manchester United Apart from the dedication and love for their team the Kerala fans are known to put football above everything else Image courtesy: Facebook/Manjappada Fan Club Abinash Ruidas who is slated to play against the Blasters for Atletico de Kolkata in the final on Sunday also felt it will be a challenge for his team to be up against such a big crowd "We all know how noisy the Kerala Blasters fans are So obviously it would have been better if the final was somewhere else The crowd will be a problem for us but we will find a way to tackle it" the Atletico youngster told the media ahead of the match Certain members of the Manjappada Fan Club have never missed a match and once again are confident of racking up the numbers inside the stadium for the big final "There will be 50000 of us who will be in the stands for the team to support them and to push the players all the way We have always been there and on Sunday we will make sure the team wins" Sooraj Pillai a proud member of Manjappada Fan Club told Firstpost Manjappada is yet to be an an official club but talks are going on between the group and the club to take their relationship in that direction However on social media the fan club enjoys a strong presence Their Facebook page has approximately 70000 followers but a lot more are connected through WhatsApp "We have 14 WhatsApp groups for each district in Kerala For Kochi we have about five-six In each group we have more than 250 members and we all coordinate and reach the stadium before a game For the final we have arranged buses for people to come from the far-off districts So expect us to turn out in large numbers" the fan club founder revealed Manjapadda that translated to ‘Yellow Army’ also travel for the Blasters’ away matches They also have WhatsApp groups for Chennai Coimbatore Bengaluru and for north-western and south-eastern parts of India So when the Blasters are on the road these fans make sure there is always a shade of yellow in the stands "We had over 5000 supporters travel to Chennai for our game there While at places like Mumbai and Delhi we had fans living there who made their presence felt in the stadium We also get a lot of support from the Gulf countries Fans often travel from there for matches" Mathewsadded Mathews himself is a part of those fans who are ready to tread the miles for the Blasters Based in Surat he came to Kochi for the Blasters’ first two matches of this season before returning for the semi-final and the final Apart from the dedication and love for their team the Kerala fans are known to put football above everything else Even during the olden days of Vijayan good football prevailed over loyalty for the people of Kerala "I remember when I was playing for Mohun Bagan against Kerala Police in Kozhikode the fans were cheering for us as we were playing very well Nobody was supporting the Kerala Police even though they were the home team They supported us as they thought we were playing better football" Vijayan said "In Kolkata it is the opposite All they want is a win for their team It doesn’t matter how well the team is playing" he added "In Kerala the people support football tirelessly It doesn’t matter if the team wins or loses they are always there in high numbers I’ve played at places like Kolkata where if the team loses two-threematches on the spin the numbers in the stadium diminish There is nothing like that in Kerala" said Pradeep a former Viva Kerla and Mohun Bagan midfielder The Kerala crowd has certainly caught an eye and players and coaches from all over the league have acknowledged their fantastic support Image courtesy: Facebook/Manjappada Fan Club The Manjappada Fan Club are a product of the modern day where a football club tries to inculcate loyalty among it’s fans but they have managed to retain the values of a typical Kerala football fan Members of the Manjappada Fan Club joined forces with Bengaluru FC’s West Block Blues and travelled to the Kanteerva Stadium to support Bengaluru FC during their AFC Cup semi-final match recently "We always appreciate good football Even if it is not Kerala Blasters we make sure that we support it Some of our fans went to support Bengaluru FC for their AFC Cup semi-final while some of our members also went for the final" Mathews revealed The Blasters supporters are bound to be caught in a fix during the final as former Blasters players Iain Hume and Stephen Pearson will be wearing Atletico colours for the final But for the men clad in yellow fond memories leave no space for animosity "Losing Hume was tough for us but we are over it now We don’t have any hard feelings towards him I’m sure we will give him a good reception Whenever his photo comes on the big screen I expect there to be a huge cheer The same applies for Pearson We will applaud them as (if anyone is) once a Blaster forever a Blaster" said the Manjappadam founder Unfortunately a lot of the dedicated fans haven’t managed to get the tickets with a certain number of seats reserved for important guests There is some anguish among the Blasters supporters who reportedly damaged the ticket booking window outside the stadium on Friday Kerala had been warned regarding some crowd trouble after the NorthEast United match and so the Manjappada Fan Club through a Facebook post have called for calm to be observed by their supporters With the ticket crunch affecting the fans the black market is in full operation Few individuals trying to sell tickets at exorbitant prices outside the stadium were arrested by the police on Saturday The fan group through their WhatsApp network advised supporters to not buy tickets from any such individuals "We have strongly advised our members against falling for such traps This (black market) is not something we want to encourage We are trying best to arrange tickets through BookMyShow for some of the members and hopefully we will have some success" said Mathews before signing off The Manjappada Fan Club with theirardent support have already left an impression on the league and grown in popularity But by maintaining their football values and trying hard to make it a part of their system they are sure to grow in legacy too They may or may not watch their Kerala Blasters triumph in the final on Sunday but for Indian football and football in Kerala the Manjappada Fan Club is already a winner much before the final Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 17 2012 3:38 am Related News Asserting that being a border statePunjab had to battle inimical forces and narco-terorrism, Sukhbir, And Fast and Furious 8 is no exception.

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