The Kolkata based I-league giant club East Bengal FC has boosted their attacking side as they complete fourth foreign signing in the ongoing I-League.
A week after starting the I-league, the Kolkata giant East Bengal has recently completed Kyrgyzstan international Ildar Amirov’s signing as their fourth foreign signing in the I-League 2016-17 season and to complete Asian quota.
The Kyrgyzstan international Ildar Amirov, who has more than 30 appearances for the Kyrgyzstan national team has already played more eight professional club in his career and has already scored more than 60 career goals.
The 29-year-old Amirov is the third overseas striker ushered in by the Red and Gold brigade, who are gunning for their maiden I-League trophy. He was last turned out for Turkish fifth division outfit Turanspor where he scored 13 goals in the last two years and most importantly his only goal for Kyrgyzstan came against India in the 2010 AFC Challenge Cup in Sri Lanka.
It's seems like the Kyrgyzstan international Ildar Amirov will be a big boost for the Kolkata giant East Bengal for the ongoing 2017/18 season of I-league.