FC Pune City on Monday reserved in experienced forward player Robin Singh for the up and coming 2018-19 period of the Indian Super association (ISL).
Communicating delight over his enlistment into the club, the 28-year-old striker said that the group comprise of a blend of youth and experienced players.
“The squad is extremely gifted with an incredible adjust of both youth and involvement with the entire club having a triumphant attitude, needing to accomplish all the more consistently on and off the pitch,” he said.
Pondering Robin’s incorporation into the group, FC Pune City CEO Gaurav Modwel said that his experience and overwhelming style of playing would be valuable for the group.
‘Robin is a demonstrated entertainer with an abundance of involvement in top-flight football. His commanding elevated ability and vigorous nearness forthright will add more capacity to our bleeding edge,” Modwel said.
The forward player influenced his senior group to make a big appearance with Kolkata mammoths East Bengal in 2010.
Gaining steady ground, the striker played for clubs like Bengaluru FC (2013-15), Delhi Dynamos (2015-16), FC Goa (2016-17) and Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) (2017-18).
Robin has shown up for the national group since making his introduction in 2012.