Gokulam Kerala FC has completed the signing of midfielder Adriana Tirado from Puerto Rico Pride. The defending champions of the Indian Women’s League have made a few singings already and plan to make more. The official announcement is yet to take place but the player has already joined the club.
Adriana hails from Puerto Rico and made an early impression in youth tournaments. A midfielder by trade, she excelled in her games which caught the eyes of Roosevelt FC. Accolades poured in as she achieved great things in her time at Roosevelt FC. Her time at Roosevelt FC helped her to move to the United States for higher education.
There too, she continued to play for many teams like New Mexico State University and Saint Leo University. The experience allowed her to push forward into her professional career. In the time spent with both teams, she made 22 and 28 appearances respectively, scoring 3 goals for both. Her stint with a professional club came with Bayamon FC.
Adriana Tirado adds more firepower to Gokulam Kerala FC
After her time at Bayamon FC, Adriana signed for Puerto Rico Pride. She was a part of the squad for the 2018/19 season. She has represented Puerto Rico in the U-20 International games. In 3 appearances she bagged 4 goals. She has also played for the Senior National team once, bagging a solitary goal. She is just 23-years-old and will want to give everything she has.
Gokulam Kerala FC are very focused ahead of their upcoming season and have been preparing well. Manisha Kalyan, Michel Castanha, Karishma Shirvoikar and Sabitra Bhandari are among those who have signed contract extensions, while Ritu Rani, Soumya Guguloth, Aditi Chauhan, Theingi Tun and so on are the new incomings.
The new players are strong, proven stars who will help the team defend the trophy. The club will also participate in the first edition of the AFC Women’s Club Championship. Adriano Tirado and many others will surely play a big part in succeeding at those levels.
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