Nikhil Pujari has signed a three-year extension with Hyderabad FC


Modified April 20, 2020, 18:19 IST

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Nikhil Pujari has signed a three-year extension with Hyderabad FC

Hyderabad, April 20: Indian Super League team Hyderabad FC is strengthening their squad ahead of the new season, extending a three-year extension from the long-term multi-purpose Indian-international Nikhil Pujya to the end of the 2022-27 season, the club announced on Monday.

Twenty-four-year-old Nikhil appeared for the club last season and was the only player to play all seven games. ISL The anointing. In fact, the Mumbai locals who can serve as wingers and full backs, stood on the pitch in 1555 minutes, the most Hyderabad FC In 2019-20.

“I am very interested in the future with Hyderabad FC. We are working with a new philosophy towards the end of the season and it will help us all tremendously if Albert Roca joins it. I’m feeling steady here and signing a three-year extension means I can focus on helping the team as much as I can. The fans have been very kind to me and their support last season has been extremely important. I am eager to return to training, “Nikhil Pujari concluded the formalities.

After making his debut for the Indian national team in 28, he has made it to the All-Senior team eight times. His recent cap for the national team has come in Qatar’s historic historic goalless draw where he started playing for the Blue Tigers. He was also one of three Hyderabad players to be enrolled in the national team camp held in March.

Hyderabad FC head coach Albert Roca said, “I know Nikhil and have talked to him in the past and he is a great professional. He’s the guy who played the most minutes for the team last season, and that’s just how useful he is to us. The young man is young and hungry for further development, so we are very happy to have a good and versatile player like him in the long term. “

Nikhil Pujari joins Adil Khan, Mohammed Yasir and Ashish Rai, who have also extended their standing with Hyderabad FC.