FOREIGN PLAYERS AT HERO I LEAGUE 2019/20

FOREIGN PLAYERS AT HERO I LEAGUE 2019/20

FOREIGN PLAYERS AT HERO I LEAGUE 2019/20

REAL KASHMIR FC

 

  1. Retention

 

  1. Mason Robertson – The 24 year old Scottish Centre Back left Scottish League One club Peterhead to join his father at Real Kashmir in 2018. He became a regular starter, under the coaching of his father David Robertson, playing 17 matches at the back and scoring 2 goals. He is looking forward to continue his form at the current season for Real Kashmir.
  2. Aaron Katebe – The 27 year old Zambian Centre Back joined Real Kashmir from Zambian club Nkana FC last season. Having played in various African football leagues played at Zambia, Zimbabwe and Morocco, he caught the attention of Real Kashmir management who were eager to bring him in I-League. The player have repaid the faith put in him and have been confirmed to stay at the club for another season.
  3. Loveday Enyinnaya – The 29 year old defender is being retained by the club for another I-League season. The Nigerian Centre Back became fan favourite due to his leadership at the front. Under his leadership, Real Kashmir finished in top 3 in club’s first I-League season. He spent his entire playing career in India amounting to nearly eight years covering the coastal air of Kerala to the colder one that you find in Shillong. He arrived in January 2018 after leaving Minerva Punjab and have now became an integral part of this new squad.
  4. Bazie Armand – The 27 year old Defensive Midfielder has been handed a new 1 year contract at Real Kashmir post his impressive performances for the I-League outfit in the previous season. He joined Real Kashmir after short stints with Minerva Punjab as well as in 2nd Division with Kolkata based Mohammedan SC. He started in all matches for Real Kashmir displaying some rock solid performances in the midfield along with scoring 4 goals for the club.

 

 

  1. Arrivals

 

 

  1. Kallum Higginbotham – The former Huddersfield Town winger is set to swap his playing career in England and Scotland to play for I-League outfit Real Kashmir in 2019-20 season. The 30 year old English winger Higginbotham started his career at Rochdale and has played for various clubs around the United Kingdom, mainly in the lower divisions in England and Scotland. The Snow Leopards finished third in the final standings and only managed to score 25 goals in 19 matches played, which was the lowest among the top seven clubs. They were favorites to the title at one point, but a lack of quality upfront cost them dearly in the end. The Englishman will provide an interesting outlet on the wings and can also put a shift in as a striker for the manager David Robertson.

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