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Rafael Crivellaro, a Brazilian midfielder, is brought back by Chennaiyin FC in the ISL transfer news

<p>Rafael Crivellaro, a Brazilian offensive midfielder, has been signed by Chennaiyin FC as their third foreign player ahead of the 2023–24 season.</p>
<p>The 34-year-old joined the Marina Machans after playing the second part of the 2022–23 season with Jamshedpur FC, where he appeared in 13 matches across all competitions and recorded two goals and four assists. This includes a strong performance in the Super Cup, whereby three games saw two goals and the same number of assists.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-113473″ src=”” alt=”” width=”1344″ height=”757″ srcset=” 600w,×220.jpg 390w,×85.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1344px) 100vw, 1344px” /></p>
<p>Prior to the 2017 season, Chennaiyin signed Connor Shields of Scotland and Jordan Murray of Australia as its first two foreign players.</p>
<p>Crivellaro is well-known to Indian soccer fans as the captain of the two-time Hero ISL winners in 2020–21. He contributed significantly to Chennaiyin’s second-place finish in the 2019–20 season with seven goals and eight assists. When the Brazilian star reteams with the recently hired head coach Owen Coyle, fans will be looking for a performance along those lines.</p>
<p>“I’m thrilled to see Owen Coyle again and am honored to don the blue jersey once again. I’m well aware of the task that lies ahead of me, and I’ll do all in my power to fulfill the fans’ rightful expectations. Crivellaro exclaimed his delight.</p>
<p>In his four-season ISL career, Crivellaro has amassed eight goals and 11 assists from 37 games.</p>
<p>Prior to playing for Chennaiyin FC in the 2019–20 season, Crivellaro spent his whole playing career playing for numerous teams in Brazil, Europe, and the Gulf. Additionally, he represented Portugal’s Vitoria Guimaraes SC in the 2013 Europa League, one of the greatest club championships in the world.</p>
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