Kerala blasters roped in another youngster into the squad.
KBFC announced the signing of 18 year old Givson Singh from Indian arrows.
The Manipuri playmaker has signed for a three year deal with the kochi – based club.
Givson played for Indian Arrows in the I league season and has played 16 matches. He also holds 2 goals and assists to his name.
The versatile player, who is mainly an attacking midfielder, has shown his ability in defence and striking too.
The minerva academy graduate was also part of the u17 world cup camp under then coach Nicholai Adam.
Later on, he was with Indian arrows and made his Ileague debut against Gokulam Kerala FC. However, his first goal was against Churchill Brothers.
“My fascination for football started when I was a little boy and has only kept building over the years. I’m extremely glad to be a part of Kerala Blasters, a club that belongs to an equally or more passionate state as mine for the sport. My career has just begun and I have bigger dreams to achieve, for myself and for the team. I’m thankful to everyone at the club for welcoming me to the yellow family and I hope to give it whatever it takes to live my dreams.”, says Givson Singh, who can’t wait to showcase his skills on the field, this season.
“Givson is one of the best players in Indian Arrows and has always shown maturity beyond his age. He’ll be a good addition to our squad. I’m sure he’ll scale to greater heights if he continues working as hard. I’m very happy to welcome him to the team and wish him all the very best for his future.”, says Ishfaq Ahmed, Assistant coach, Kerala Blasters FC.
The national team member has a long way to go and kerala Blasters is known for their long term goals.