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The young Nigerian forward came through English Premier League side Wolves' academy and went on to become a member of the Championship title-winning squad which gained promotion to the Premier League in 2017-18.
He made 49 appearances for the club, netting three goals, twice in the League Cup and once against Barnsley in the Championship in September 2017. Enobakhare also joined Scottish Premiership club Kilmarnock on a six-month loan deal and then spent the remaining part of the season with League One side Coventry City, where he grabbed eyeballs, winning the club’s young player award. He found the back of the net six times in 18 appearances for Coventry City.
He has joined SC East Bengal from the Greek side AEK Athens and become a fan-favorite in India already, earning the nickname of 'B-En 10'.


Harmanpreet Singh currently plays for the Indian U-19 team. His experience at SC East Bengal will be a huge learning curve for him as he’ll get to play under the supervision of Liverpool and England legend Robbie Fowler.


Born in Mumbai, Girik Khosla is a forward who has hitherto played for Punjab FC and the Hero Indian Super League club North East United FC (a solitary appearance in 2018-19).


With 23 goals in 69 matches so far, Jeje Lalpekhlua is the second-highest Indian goal-scorer in the Hero Indian Super League since its inception in 2014.The Mizoram-born striker’s development has been fast tracked since his early years, and he has proved himself to be an indispensable asset for all the clubs he has played for as well as the national side. Having spent the first five years of his professional career with the now-defunct Pune FC, Jeje then went on to play for the AIFF’s development team, Dempo S.C., Mohun Bagan and Chennaiyin FC. In his twelve-year-long professional career so far, Jeje has won numerous trophies, including one Hero I-League, one Hero Federation Cup and two Hero Indian Super League titles. He has also netted 23 goals in 56 appearances for the Indian team.