Indian Super League: Chennaiyin FC signed two new recruits, Daniel Lalhlimpuia and Uttam Rai in their team for the latest season of ISL.



 Daniel Lalhlimpuia and Uttam Rai are the two new players for the up-coming season of ISL. Lalhlimpuia, signed on loan from Bengaluru, he is totally in a good form and he is very happy with his new club signing.

“Last 7-8 months have been great for me and now I am looking to build on it by doing well for Chennaiyin in the ISL. I would like to thank both the Bengaluru and Chennaiyin management for making this move happen,” said Lalhlimpuia.

Chennaiyin’s other good man, Uttam Rai signed for a one year deal as his old contract with Dempo SC came to an end. Like Lalhlimpuia, he too is happy for his signing with the new team.

“Playing in the ISL will be a dream come true for me. I would like to thank the owners and the coach for giving me this opportunity. I am looking forward to learn and at the same time help Chennaiyin win the ISL again,” Uttam Rai told.


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