June 15, 2023
Bengaluru FC has signed significantly for the upcoming season of the Indian Super League (ISL) by securing midfielder Halicharan Narzary.
The announcement was officially made on Wednesday, wherein Narzary demonstrated an unwavering dedication to the team by formalizing his commitment by signing a three-year contract, which will remain in effect until 2026.
Halicharan Narzary, who previously played for Hyderabad FC in 2020, boasts an impressive track record in the ISL. He has represented various clubs throughout his career, including FC Goa, NorthEast United FC, Kerala Blasters FC, and Chennaiyin FC.
“I’m excited to join Bengaluru FC, although I am sure that it will be a lot of hard work for me to take my place in the team. My target is to reach as many finals as possible and give everything I can for this badge. I have decided to move to BFC as it’s one of the best clubs in India, in my opinion, and I want to learn as much as I can from this experience,” said Narzary after completing the formalities on his deal.
Having started his career as a teenager at Pailan Arrows in 2010, Narzary has also turned out for I-League clubs DSK Shivajians and Dempo SC. The 29-year-old represented India at the U19 and U23 levels and has 27 caps for the Senior National Team.