Brazilian striker Thiago Cunha joins Mumbai City FC replacing injured Gaston Sangoy

Posted by: at 10/24/2016 10:47:00 pm


Mumbai, 25th October 2016:  Mumbai City FC today announced the signing of Brazilian striker Thiago Cunha in replacement of injured Gaston Sangoy who is currently suffering from a fractured right foot.

Brazilian striker Thiago Cunha joins Mumbai City FC replacing injured Gaston Sangoy

Thiago Cunha, 31, a Brazilian striker who has played in top leagues like the Brazilian Seria A and AFC Champions League amongst others. He won the 2011 Brazilian Pernambucano State Championship and the 2010 Brazilian Paraibano State Championship. With 45 appearances in his last two seasons, he proved to be a valuable asset to his teams with a good goal scoring record.

Commenting on the replacement Mumbai City FC head coach Alexandre Guimaraes said, "While losing Gaston to injury was a big blow, in Thiago we have found a great replacement. He has a brilliant goal scoring record and we are confident he is going to be a big asset to the club in the remainder of the season."

About Mumbai City Football Club:

Mumbai City FC is Mumbai’s franchise in the Hero Indian Super League. Bollywood actor and football enthusiast Ranbir Kapoor and chartered accountant Bimal Parekh together own the team. The team’s logo is a reflection of a resilient fortress that stands proudly, surrounding the logo that signifies the unrelenting, determined spirit of the city. The seven stars symbolise the islands that form Mumbai. Trains that are the very lifeline of the city ply millions of Mumbaikars across its vast expanse and connect these islands. Each passenger, each citizen of the city, is bound together by their love for the place they call home. 20 million citizens, 20 million hearts pulse to a single beat - the heartbeat of Mumbai. Mumbai City Football Club has displayed a consistent performance in season one and two and has been recognized as a distinguished attacking contingent


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