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Twitter Reacts as Kerala Blasters Sign Enes Sipovic

Mudeet Arora
Kerala Blasters sign Enes Sipovic
Kerala Blasters sign Enes Sipovic / Srdjan Stevanovic/Bongarts/Getty Images

Kerala Blasters have announced the signing of Bosnia and Herzegovina centre-back Enes Sipovic ahead of the 2021/22 Indian Super League season.

The Bosnian joins the Blasters after spending last season with Chennaiyin FC.

Here are some of the best fan recations to this transfer:

Sipovic had successful stints in Romanian football and also won the top-division title there with SC Otelul Galati.

After six seasons at the club, he played for clubs like K.V.C. Westerlo (Belgium), Ittihad Tanger & RS Berkane (Morocco), and Ohod Club (Saudi Arabia).

The defender featured for Qatar club Umm Salal before joining Chennaiyin FC in the ISL last season.

Sipovic featured for 18 games in the league in the 2020-21 campaign.

The star defender has now become the first ever Bosnian player to join Kerala Blasters.

On his joining, Kerala Blasters FC’s Sporting Director, Karolis Skinkys said: “Enes is a reliable defender, strong on set pieces and positioning. I know that he can adapt to Indian conditions very well and he is an excellent team player. He showed huge motivation to represent Kerala, so I’m happy and looking forward to working with him soon.”

Sipovic himself spoke about his thoughts on joining the Blasters and said, “I am so excited to join one of the biggest clubs in India, with an army of amazing fans. I must say that, my actions speak for myself, so on the field I will be LOUD.”