Mumbai City FC Rope In Defender Tondonba Singh
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Indian Super League franchise Mumbai City FC on Monday confirmed the signing of defender Tondonba Singh ahead of the upcoming season, starting on November 20. The 25-year-old left-back joins the Islanders on a two-year contract.
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Mumbai: Indian Super League franchise Mumbai City FC on Monday confirmed the signing of defender Tondonba Singh ahead of the upcoming season, starting on November 20. The 25-year-old left-back joins the Islanders on a two-year contract.
“This is a new chapter in my career that I’m eager to begin and I am delighted to be here. I’ve been playing in the ISL for two seasons now and to be a part of a project like Mumbai City’s is in line with my ambitions as a footballer,” Singh was quoted as saying in a media release. Having started his youth career at Neroca FC, Singh made the switch to senior football with the Manipuri club. He went on to feature for them in a successful I-League 2nd Division campaign in 2016/17.
Singh also impressed in Neroca’s debut I-League season as he played every minute of their 2017/18 campaign. The following season, Singh moved to ISL side Chennaiyin FC and made 26 appearances across all competitions over two seasons for the Chennai outfit.
“He is a proven performer in the ISL and he has qualities that can add a lot to our squad. He has been a part of successful teams in the past and we’re confident he can contribute positively at Mumbai City,” head coach Sergio Lobera said.
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