ISL 2017-18: Adrian Colunga and FC Goa part ways

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The former Brighton striker’s stint has finally come to an end at FC Goa...

FC Goa and Adrian Colunga have finally reached an agreement to go separate ways in an amicable fashion, Goal can confirm. 

The 33-year-old striker was last named on the bench in their home match against FC Pune City on December 3, 2017. He also came on as a substitute for Manuel Lanzarote in the 76th minute.

The former Las Palmas forward has clocked a mere 53 minutes this season and has a goal to his name against Delhi Dynamos.

He was actively involved in the club's pre-season in Spain where he scored in the 4-1 loss against FC Cartagena in their first friendly. He scored another in the 3-0 win over Spanish Tercera Division side Deportiva Minera. The former Mallorca forward also scored in the 4-2 victory against FC Cartagena B that wrapped up the preparations abroad.

Colunga hadn’t trained with FC Goa in 2018 with a disagreement with head coach Sergio Lobera being the primary reason.

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It is reliably learnt that the player has returned back to Spain.



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