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Sunday, April 11, 2021

    Halicharan Narzary joins Hyderabad FC

    Hailing from Kokrajhar district, Narzary began his career in 2010 with AIFF's developmental side Indian Arrows which plied trade in the I-League

    GUWAHATI: The Indian Super League side Hyderabad FC has confirmed the arrival of experienced winger and Assam speedster Halicharan Narzary. The 26-year-old joined from Kerala Blasters and has signed a two-year deal with the club till the end of the 2021-22 seasons.

    Narzary’s inclusion after Subrata Paul at Hyderabad FC this season, believed to have brought in tremendous experience to the squad. He has played at the top level for seven teams in the last decade, with four of them in the ISL.

    Hailing from lower Assam’s Kokrajhar district, Narzary began his career in 2010 with AIFF’s developmental side Indian Arrows which plied trade in the I-League. A move to Goan giants Dempo SC followed in 2013, where he spent three seasons. During this time, he also turned out for FC Goa and NorthEast United in the Indian Super League. Later, he joined NorthEast United FC (2016) in ISL’s third season before turning out for I-League side Shivajians FC (2017).

    Narzary said, “I am very happy to join Hyderabad FC. It’s a new team and personally an exciting challenge for me. I am eager to regroup with my new teammates soon, hopefully once the situation is better, and get down to playing football. I have known Albert Roca since his first stint in India and working with his philosophy is something that motivates me. I have loved how his teams used to play and I think these are exciting times for the club.”

    The winger made a total of 59 appearances in the competition so far and was rated amongst the top-30 in the competition’s appearance list.

    He has also played for the youth national teams at the U19 and the U23 level while being a regular with the senior national team since 2015 when he was part of the SAFF Championship winning side. Narzary also played all three games and bagged an assist in India’s campaign at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup in UAE.

    Hyderabad FC head coach Albert Roca said he was very excited and happy to have Narzary on the squad.

    “Narzary is an exciting player and has been a valuable asset for both club and country over the last few years. His experience and work rate coupled with his skill set, and the ability to play on either flank and in attack will be important for us as a team this season. We’re very happy to have him and hope he will have a significant impact for us in the ISL,” Roca said.


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