#HFCJFC Opponent Watch: Round 2 of analysis of the Nizams


The Jamshedpur squad is ready for a face-off with their next opponents, Hyderbad FC, after securing a stunning victory against SC East Bengal.

As the team goes head-to-head with the Hyderabad squad for the second time in the season, know about some of the members from their squad who could be a possible threat on the pitch tomorrow night -

Chinglensana Singh

In Hero ISL 2016, he made his debut with Delhi Dynamos FC and after a successful season, moved to FC Goa to make 19 appearances for them across three seasons. He joined Hyderabad FC ahead of the Hero ISL 2020-21 season and was a key member of the team's defence. Igor Stimac took note of his efforts, and the defender earned his India debut later. Chinglensana is a vital element in the Nizam’s defensive line-up and is a regular starter for the team with his strong presence on all ends of the pitch.

Aniket Jadhav

Aniket Jadhav was a member of India's U-17 squad at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2017, appearing in all three of the country's games. The pacy forward, who can play both as a striker and on the left wing, made appearances for Jamshedpur FC in two seasons and even scored a goal in the previous season which led the Men of Steel to victory. He joined Hyderabad FC ahead of the 2021-22 Hero ISL season and registered himself as a strong element in the squad with a goal and 3 assists for the Hyderabad team already. The former Jamshedpur player can be a potential threat with his blistering pace, dribbling skills and ability to make chances for his team in the attacking third. 

Javier Siverio

In the 2016-17 season, the 6ft tall striker was a member of the Las Palmas B side, which trained with current Hyderabad Head Coach, Manuel Marquez. The 23-year-old made his debut for Racing Santander II in 2018-19, scoring 16 goals in 22 appearances. He also played and scored for the Racing's first squad in Segunda B, helping the team achieve promotion to Segunda A División. Javier has proved himself in the Hero ISL as well in the season by adding 4 goals to his tally already with a couple of them scored after coming off the bench to save the team from dropping points. The tall forward is another man that the Jamshedpur squad would want to mark at all times during set-pieces and open plays. 

Joel Chianese

Joel began his professional career with Blacktown City FC before joining Sydney FC in 2011 in the A-League. He also travelled to Malaysia to play for Sabah FA and Negeri Sembilan FA, scoring 17 goals in 29 league matches. In late 2016, he returned to Australia to join Perth Glory, where he became a key member of the team for the following four seasons. Chianese scored three goals in 12 appearances for Hyderabad FC in his first season in the Hero ISL and has made his presence felt this year as well with 1 goal and 2 assists in this season for the Nizams. 




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