Ramhlunchhunga had signed for Aizawl FC in 2020, after leaving local Mizo side Electric Veng. Since then, the 21-year-old has developed into one of the league’s better players, registering three goals and three assists in 16 games for his team. Ramhlunchhunga primarily plays on the left flank.
Ramhlunchhunga was named the MVP of the 2014 Subroto Cup, an inter-school football competition, and he has since ascended to the highest level of Indian Football.
The youngster subsequently signed for Tata Trusts U Dream Football Academy, a German-based football academic programme. Hailing from Kolasib, Ramhlunchhunga soon returned to his hometown and signed for Veng, wowing everyone with his performances in Mizoram’s regional tournaments. Aizawl moved quickly to sign one of their own, and the deal paid off as the player has grown into one of India’s most promising forward prospects. The youngster is ready to get his big move with Hyderabad FC securing his signature.
Ramhlunchhunga’s decision to sign with Hyderabad FC seems prudent given Manolo Marquez’s reputation for developing young players. The 21-year-old will be one of the players to watch out for in the upcoming Indian Super League campaign.
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