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Mumbai City FC announces contract extensions for two of its players

Asif has extended his stay with the Islanders until May 2024, while Bipin has signed a deal that keeps him at the Club until May 2022.

Mumbai City FC announces contract extensions for two of its players
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The 2019/20 Indian Super League (ISL) season will soon come to an end, but the teams are already preparing up for the upcoming season. On Friday, ISL franchise Mumbai City FC announced contract extensions for midfielders Asif Khan and Bipin Singh Thounaojam.

The statement released by the club stated that Asif has extended his stay with the Islanders until May 2024, while Bipin has signed a deal that keeps him at the Club until May 2022.

"I want to keep working hard, improve my game here and give nothing but my best every time I get to pull on the shirt and represent Mumbai City FC," Asif was quoted as saying in a release.

On the other hand, Bipin said, "The last two years I've spent in Mumbai have been fantastic for me. The environment at Mumbai City is perfect for young footballers to come and flourish and I am delighted that I will be here for two more years."

Born on March 10, 1995, the Bipin Singh made his debut in the I-league on December 22, 2012. He debuted for Shillong Lajong against ONGC F.C. at Ambedkar Stadium where he came as a substitute on the 81st minute for Johnny Menyongar. However, Shillong Lajong lost the match 3-0.

Singh played for Shillong Lajong for five seasons i.e. 2012-17. Later, Singh was signed by ATK in 2017-18 ISL Players Draft whereas this year the midfielder will represent MCFC.

Mumbai City FC tweeted:

In the meantime, the Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) announced earlier this week that the ISL final will be held behind closed doors. The decision comes in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak across the country. ATK and Chennaiyin FC will lock horns in the ISL 2019/20 season to claim the championship at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda on March 14, Saturday.

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