Top I-League striker to play in both I-League and the Second division...

Rohan Bhattacharjee  |  Mohun Bagan  |  1 Year Ago

Aser Pierrick Dipanda Dicka, the Cameroonian Professional Footballer all set to join I-League 2nd Division Club Mohammedan Sporting ahead of the Calcutta Football League in 2017.



Everything seems to be so confusing! Why would the Best Striker of Hero I-League of 2016–2017 Season join a 2nd division club? Reports say, that he has been handed a lucrative deal by the Black n White shades of Kolkata for the Calcutta Football League only. Quite Clearly it's understandable that Mohammedan Sporting are targeting to clinch the CFL by giving competition to the giants of Kolkata, East Bengal FC and Mohun Bagan AC.



Further reports say that Dicka will be joining Mohun Bagan after the CFL representing the Green n Maroons for the I-League this season.



Two Clubs in the Very Same Season and in two separate Tournaments! Strange but True! It’ll be interesting…



Everything seems to be in place for Dicka in terms of Football and Finance. A handy deal to play in the CFL and then a contract with Mohun Bagan to play in the 1st division league of India. A Perfect Balance for Dicka to maintain! The CFL will serve him as a pre-season preparatory tournament to get himself ready for another Season of I-League.



The 28 year old forward Dicka has played for Spanish Clubs like Valencia B, La Roda, Olímpic de Xàtiva, and Alzira. Last Season, he appeared for Shillong Lajong in the I-League, scoring 11 goals in 17 matches.



Let's see how he will perform for the two sides he is ought to play for this season. Will he end up being the top scorer of both CFL and I-League this season?





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