Transfer news: ISL side Jamshedpur FC completes the signing of star Indian goalkeeper

Jamshedpur FC completes the signing of Subhashis Roy Chowdhury. | Image: Twitter

Jamshedpur FC completes the signing of Subhashis Roy Chowdhury. | Image: Twitter


XtraTime Web Desk:
ISL franchise Jamshedpur FC begins to fill their troubled areas of the previous season, as they now rope on star Indian goalkeeper Subhashis Roy Chowdhury.

An, ex-Tata Football Academy cadet, he has represented clubs such as East Bengal, Mahindra United, Dempo in the I-League. He also represented ATK, FC Goa, Delhi Dynamos and Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League. His last season with Kerala Blasters saw him play seven matches.

On signing with Jamshedpur FC, Subhasish commented, “Jamshedpur is my second home. Its nostalgic being back, I have great memories with TFA. I am overwhelmed and honoured to be given the opportunity to play with Jamsedpur FC and look forward to successful season. I will definitely give my 100% for the team.”

Jamshedpur FC, CEO, Mukul Choudhari added “We are elated that Subhashish has signed with Jamshedpur FC. Being an ex TFA cadet it gives me immense joy that he is coming back to Jamshedpur. We have great faith in him and provides a fantastic option in our goalkeeping front. We welcome him to Jamshedpur FC.”

 

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