Indian Super League club SC East Bengal are in the uncertainty for their future. The club and its investor Shree cement are in a tussle over the signing of the final agreement. Doubtful of the club’s future Bright Enobakhare has parted ways with the Kolkata-based club and signed for his former club Coventry City FC.
Coventry City FC that plays in the England 2nd division league Championship have signed Nigerian center-forward Bright Enobakhare on a two-year deal. The club has an option to extend his contract for further years.
The 23-year-old centre-forward had earlier played for the Coventry City FC on a loan deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers, widely known as the Wolves.
Enobakhare had an excellent ISL debut last season with the SC East Bengal, as he went on to score his maiden goal in his first match in the league. He joined the Red and Golds midway in the ISL season, during his spell at the club he netted 3 goals across 12 fixtures. His contract with the SC East Bengal terminated after the 2020-21 ISL season.
SC East Bengal were inconsistent throughout the last ISL season. They remained winless in their starting seven fixture and lastly won the 8th match by 3-1 margin against Odisha FC. The Red and Gold finished 9th on the League points table with 17 points from 20 fixtures. That included 3 wins, 8 Draws, and 9 losses.
East Bengal’s participation in the CFL Premier Division ‘A is doubtful as the club are yet to sign the final agreements with its investors. The Indian Football Association (IFA) have given a seven-day deadline to clear all the paper works.
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