Indian Super League: FC Goa sign Spanish forward Ferran Corominas Telechea

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The Goan franchise have secured the signing of the former Espanyol striker to amp up their attacking arsenal..

FC Goa have dipped their hands into the transfer market to secure the services of Ferran Corominas Telechea ahead of the Indian Super League (ISL) season 4. 

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Ferran Corominas Telechea, also known as just 'Coro', is an experienced footballer, having had extensive LaLiga experience with Espanyol, Elche and the likes. 

The 34-year-old is no stranger to major trophies, having won the Copa del Rey in 2006 with Espanyol before going on to finish as UEFA Europa League runners-up in 2006-07 season, also with Espanyol. 

Interestingly, the marksman scored in the 4-1 Copa del Rey final win over Real Zaragoza and played a significant role in Espanyol's Europa League final run the next season, scoring five goals in 11 apperances. 

Coro also represented Elche CF later on, where he helped them gain promotion to the Spanish top flight. His latest stint was with Cyprus' Doxa Katokopias FC before signing for FC Goa. 

The Goan outfit will be managed by Coro's compatriot Sergio Lobera, who will look to utilise the former Espanyol striker's know-how as they plot their way to the summit of the 10-team league. 

 

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