All Three Southerner’s Get More Players: Kerala Blaster’s Nicola Krcmarevic, Bengaluru FC’s Albert Serran, Chennaiyin FC’s Carlos Salom

Before the transfer window closed, we saw all three Southern teams active in the market. While Kerala Blasters FC and Bengaluru FC shored up their defence with Nicola Krcmarevic and Albert Serran, respectively, Chennaiyin FC decided to improve their attacking options with Carlos Salom. Who are these players? Let’s find out. Continue reading

Mumbai City FC’s Last Three Signings: Marko Klisura, Rafael Bastos, Paulo Machado

I like all the signings that Mumbai City FC have made till now. They’ve shown some real ambition and gotten some really great players. Now the trick will be to get them all to play cohesively. While I liked last season’s Lucian Goian (he’s a stats monster) and the recently signed Matias Mirabaje, I am very much impressed with their three most recent signings. Why do I like Klisura, Bastos, and Machado? Let me explain. Continue reading

Delhi Dynamos FC Final 3 Signings: Marti Crespi Pascual, Gianni Zuiverloon, Adria Carmona

On the transfer deadline day, Delhi Dynamos FC may have struck gold not once but twice. Two of their last three foreign signings have the potential to be real star players. Gianni Zuiverloon is an excellent Dutch defender who will be an automatic first name on the team sheet for Josep Gombau. At the end other end of the pitch, they will quickly come to rely on the creative attributes of Adria Carmona who is a livewire of a player on the wings. Continue reading

NorthEast United FC’s Signing Spree: Bartholomew Ogbeche, Juan Cruz Mascia, Jose Leudo, Augustine Okrah

Like last season NorthEast United FC have been late in making transfer moves this season. Last season, they announced all their deals together. Even though they’ve left it all very late, they’re at least not announcing everything together. I, however, decided to club things anyway. After all, someone needs to keep the Highlander tradition going. They’ve recently signed Bartholomew Ogbeche, Juan Cruz Mascia, Jose Leudo (not snakes and ladders), and Augustine Okrah, that’s a Nigerian, an Uruguayan, a Colombian, and a Ghanaian. Those are the players I’ll be looking at today. Continue reading