BENGALORE : After spending two seasons with ATK, Eugeneson Lyngdoh returned to his former team Bengaluru FC with the club Monday announcing the signing of the midfielder on a one-year deal.The 32-year-old midfielder once again will join the Indian Super League (ISL) champions after a two-year stint with Kolkata-side ATK, who had signed the Shillong-born playmaker during the ISL draft in 2017.
Lyngdoh became Bengaluru’s third Indian signing for the season after youngsters Prabhsukhan Singh Gill and Suresh Wangjam.
“Ever since I first signed for Bengaluru FC I knew I was making the right decision. Now that I am here again I want to relive those moments and create new ones. I am looking forward to being back on the pitch and fighting for titles once again,” Lyngdoh said.
Lyngdoh first joined BFC in 2014 after stints with Meghalaya’s Shillong Lajong and Rangdajied United.
Lyngdoh, under reputed coaches Ashley Westwood and Albert Roca, scored some crucial goals which helped BFC to win three major trophies apart from helping it to a maiden AFC Cup final in 2016.