According to the recent reports in the Indian Football circuit, Aaron Amadi-Holloway has decided to part his ways with SC East Bengal. Also, the player has decided about his future and is all set to joins Burton Albion FC. With his departure, the problems for SC East Bengal has compounded again. The club is already fighting the existential crisis and now, they are losing the foreign recruits.
The Welsh international gave trials with Burton Albion FC before switching his loyalty from SC East Bengal. He will represent the third-tier English football team in the 2021/22 season.
The Welsh striker has already signed for the English club, who plays in the EFL League One, the third tier of English football. He agreed terms on a one-year deal with them after impressing in trials this summer.
How has been Aaron Amadi-Holloway’s journey in the English and Indian league?
Rising through the ranks of Cardiff City youth academy, Aaron Amadi-Holloway joined Bristol City academy before being promoted to the senior side of Bristol City. Later he joined Bath City on loan in the search of game time. However Aaron Amadi-Holloway returned to Bristol City at the start of 2012 winter transfer window.
He played for several clubs like Wycombe Wanderers, Fleetwood Town, Oldham Athletic, Newport County, and Shrewsbury Town before making his move to A-League outfit, Brisbane Roar. After a dull season with Brisbane Roar, SC East Bengal lured him to India on a free transfer. In Indian Super League (ISL), the player could bag just two goals from 13 appearances.
After signing for the League one outfit, the player said:
I’ve been here for a few weeks now so it feels really good to get a contract together and get back to playing in League One. I’ve had a good few weeks here. It’s been tough, not knowing where you’ll be, but you’ve just got to give it your all. This is my 10th pre-season now and it’s by far the hardest one I’ve done! It’s got to be a combination of the gaffer, Dino and Pablo!. I’m somebody who creates a lot of things for others, I’ll cause problems for the defence and always put in the hard work