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Bengaluru FC sign Spanish medio Dimas Delgado

12th July 2017, 03:28 Hrs

A-League star joins Blues on one-year deal

the goan I network\rPanaji\rIndian Super League’s new entrants Bengaluru FC have completed the signing of experienced Spanish midfielder Dimas Delgado, the club announced on Tuesday. \rStrengthening their squad ahead of the 2017-18 season, the Bengaluru-based franchise have roped in the 34-year-old Catalan who comes in after skippering Western Sydney Wanderers in the Australian A-League and the AFC Champions League.\rAccording to a press release by the club, the midfielder is the fourth foreign signing for the Blues this season and joins fellow countryman Juanan Gonzalez, along with John Johnson and recently signed Erik Paartalu \rin the side.\rSanta Coloma-born Dimas, who began his career at Catalonia-based Spanish lower league side Gramenet in 2002, made the move to FC Barcelona in 2006. He represented FC Barcelona Reserves for two seasons, before joining newly promoted La Liga side Numancia in 2008. He was a mainstay in his side’s midfield racking up 20 top-flight appearances in the club’s third La Liga stint post-2000.\rA three-year stint at Numancia was followed by spells at Cartagena (2011-12) and Recreativo Huelva (2012-15) in the Segunda Division. Having played over 400 games in Spanish football, Dimas made his first overseas move joining Western Sydney Wanderers. His experience proved vital for the team as they finished runners-up in the 2015-16 season after being placed ninth in the previous campaign. The following year, Dimas was named captain of the side and led them to the finals series as well as in the AFC Champions League. Over two seasons, Dimas made a total of 59 appearances, while netting six goals in all competitions for the Sydney-side.\r“I’m very excited to join Bengaluru FC and it will be a fantastic experience for me and my family in India. I can’t wait to start and get to know everyone at the club along with my teammates and staff,” said Dimas having put pen to paper on a \rone-year deal.
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