Hero Indian Super League
Mumbai City FC
    Udanta Singh
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    Heavily touted as the future of Indian football, Hero ISL 2016 will mark Udanta Singh’s first appearance in India’s grandest footballing extravaganza. The youngster from Manipur began his career in the Tata Football Academy before being signed up by Hero I-League champions Bengaluru FC in 2014.

    He has won the Hero I-League and Federation Cup with Bengaluru FC and can also claim an under-19 I-League trophy during his time with the Tata Football Academy. The pacey winger was the FPAI’s Young Player of the Year in the 2015–16 season and made his senior bow for India on 24 March, 2016 against Iran.

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