The 27-year-old has previously featured for Indian Super League sides Delhi Dynamos and Mumbai City FC.

Mohammedan SC have completed the signing of experienced defender Munmun Timothy Lugun as the Black Panthers add depth to their squad ahead of their 2020 I-League qualifier campaign. Munmun, who turned out for Punjab FC last season, arrived in Kolkata this morning.

Munmun brings experience and proficiency to the Mohammedan SC squad having featured regularly in the I-League and ISL over eight years. The 27-year-old started his career with Delhi based Simla Youngs in 2010, before stints at United Sikkim, Rangdajied FC, Delhi Dynamos, Pune FC, Punjab FC, Mumbai City FC and Mumbai FC. At Mohammedan SC, Munmun Lugun will be reunited with his former coach Yan Law.

Having touched down at NSB International Airport, an excited Munmun said, “I am very excited to have joined Mohammedan Sporting and I look forward to working under coach Yan Law once again.  I am very thankful to the Mohammedan Sporting management for giving me this opportunity and putting their trust in me making me a part of the team. I am going to give my best and do everything to achieve the club’s goals.”

“There have been some exciting signings with the club in the past few weeks and I look forward to working with my teammates and getting ready for the season,” he added.

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The Black Panthers are readying themselves for the upcoming I-League Qualifier which begins in October 8. They have already signed a horde of domestic as well as foreign players including Shouvik Ghosh, Willis Plaza and Eze Kingsley among others. Apart from that, the club also brought in former Punjab FC head coach Yan Law to lead the team as they look all set to fight for the I-League spot. Having put together a strong squad, it remains to be seen if they can earn themselves promotion amid heavy competition from FC Bengaluru United and Bhowanipore FC.

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