The Indian giants East Bengal overture parting the 23 year old South Korean in this season as the English coach wants to taste the victory for the first time with the Red and golds as the first time.


This Thursday the East Bengal FC was announced that officially releases the 23 year old tiger.

In last year Calcutta Football League the former Northeast united star scored twelve goals for them in 10 matches, he netted two goals for them against their arch rival Mohun Bagan.

Adversaries on the field, but supporters tonight.

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— KF East Bengal (@eastbengalfc) October 19, 2016

He starred his match well his life for the East Bengal scores and then he go through a very rough patch with them and that’s what in the middle of the season former East Bengal coach Biswajit Bhattacharya forced to bench him in the middle of the season.

This season the Red and Golds hired the English gaffer Trevor James Morgan as their manager again and then the coach spoke to the clubs hierarchy as he does not want him in his squad.

The 23 year told after that:

"Those two goals remain special for me as it was my first derby. I will go back home now and I am yet to decide whether I will be playing for any I-League club this season or not.

Then the Korean added that:

"The fans liked me and supported me a lot during my stay here,", 

"It's very difficult for me to move out of East Bengal but this is part of life. Maybe I will be back here in the future as well,"

"I would have loved to read such reports. These things are complex and it takes its time. There are a lot of things involved and most importantly,

emotions play a big part,"

 "Speaking about his future, it's looking bright. There are already clubs in the fray from India and abroad, but we have not finalized anything yet,"