INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE: FC Goa sign Zaid Krouch

Goa, January, 2019: Zaid Krouch of Moroccan club Moghreb Tétouan has signed a contract with FC Goa till the end of the season after completing his medical.

The fleet-footed attacker has represented Morocco at the 2014 African Nations Championship. Zaid has also displayed his brilliance in the CAF Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup. Speaking to fcgoa.in once the move was sealed, Krouch said, “I’m thrilled to join FC Goa. I’m delighted to be here. I have worked with Sergio Lobera during his time in Morocco and enjoyed playing under him and in his style of football”.

“I have also played alongside Hugo Boumous and known Ahmed Jahouh. I have seen the team play and I believe we have a great team which plays a brand of football which is fun to watch. More than anything I see a real hunger in the club to win something and I hope to help the club and its supporters in its quest to win silverware in the days to come.”

About FC Goa
FC Goa is a professional football club based out of Goa that competes in the Indian Super League. The club is one of the most consistently successful teams in the competition. The Gaurs have reached the semis in two occasions and the final in 2015. FC Goa is currently the highest scoring side in league history.

Co-owned by Mr Jaydev Mody, Mr Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Mr Ashish Kapadia, Mr Akshay Tandon and
Mr Virat Kohli, the club has over the years produced talents such as Mandar Rao Desai, Princeton
Rebello and Manvir Singh who have represented India at various age levels as well as the senior
team.

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