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Alwyn George Biography

Alwyn George is an Indian footballer who plays as a forward for Pailan Arrows in the I-League. Alwyn started his football career with Tata Football Academy in 2008 and in that same year won the Junior National Championship with Tata by beating Sporting Clube de Goa youth 3–1. After spending four years at Tata Alwyn signed his first professional contract with Pailan Arrows in the I-League on 11 February 2012. The next day Alwyn made his debut in the I-League against Dempo S.C. in which Pailan lost 2–0 but with Alwyn putting in a man of the match performance for Pailan. This helped get his profile noticed. Alwyn scored his first goal of the 2012–13 season against ONGC F.C. on 1 December 2012 to help Pailan win 4–1. Alwyn was called for India U23 team in June 2012, for the 2013 AFC U-22 Asian Cup qualifiers held from 23 June 2012. He played his first game for under-23 team against Lebanon U23 on 23 June 2012 in the opening group match of AFC U-22 qualification. He then scored the only goal for India U23 during the second match AFC U-22 qualification against Iraq U23 on 25 June 2012 as India U23 lost 1–2.

Alwyn George Latest News & Articles

Full list of Bengaluru FC squad after ISL 2017 player auction/draft
Full list of Bengaluru FC squad after ISL 2017 player auction/draft
The new squad of the Bengaluru side for ISL-4.
Sportskeeda Indian Football Awards: Top 10 Indian midfielders of 2016
Sportskeeda Indian Football Awards: Top 10 Indian midfielders of 2016
Ranking the top 10 Indian midfielders of 2016
Bengaluru duo join Delhi Dynamos
Bengaluru duo join Delhi Dynamos
Alwyn George and Malsawmzuala to join the Delhi Dynamos squad for the ISL.
AFC Cup 2016 Final: Remember, remember, the 5th of November
AFC Cup 2016 Final: Remember, remember, the 5th of November
5th November marks the date of Bengaluru's tryst with destiny. Win or lose, these boys are already champions!
AFC Cup 2016: 4 reasons why Bengaluru FC deserve to be in the finals
AFC Cup 2016: 4 reasons why Bengaluru FC deserve to be in the finals
Bengaluru FC have fought against all odds to reach the pinnacle of Indian football.
Possible Starting XI for Bengaluru FC in the AFC Cup final against Air Force Club Iraq
Possible Starting XI for Bengaluru FC in the AFC Cup final against Air Force Club Iraq
Bengaluru FC manager Albert Roca's possible eleven for the final in Doha against Air Force Club Iraq.
Eugeneson Lyngdoh: Bengaluru FC's MVP
Eugeneson Lyngdoh: Bengaluru FC's MVP
Eugeneson Lyngdoh stamped his authority and class to show everyone why he is called India's best midfielder.
Bengaluru FC beat Johor, create history to reach AFC Cup final
Bengaluru FC beat Johor, create history to reach AFC Cup final
Bengaluru FC beat Tampines 1-0 in AFC Cup quarters first leg
Bengaluru FC beat Tampines 1-0 in AFC Cup quarters first leg
A small step for the team, a giant leap for Indian football
A small step for the team, a giant leap for Indian football
With national coach Stephen Constantine having bred an entire generation of youngsters, these are exciting times for Indian football!
ISL: Five transfers North East United FC need to become top contenders
ISL: Five transfers North East United FC need to become top contenders
Here are five players who can improve the North East United FC team for the next ISL season.
Amrinder Singh, Alwyn George extend Bengaluru FC deals
Amrinder Singh, Alwyn George extend Bengaluru FC deals
Shot-stopper makes loan move permanent with a new one-year deal; Alwyn pens an extension.
Bengaluru FC reignite AFC Cup campaign with thrilling win over Ayeyawady FC
Bengaluru FC reignite AFC Cup campaign with thrilling win over Ayeyawady FC
A see saw encounter in Bengaluru saw the hosts win 5-3
AFC Cup: Bengaluru FC's valiant efforts in vain as they suffer 1-0 defeat to Johor DT at home
AFC Cup: Bengaluru FC's valiant efforts in vain as they suffer 1-0 defeat to Johor DT at home
BFC are bottom of their AFC group with a second loss, as Rahim's free-kick gives Johor the win
Bengaluru FC beat India U-19's 5-2 in a friendly
Bengaluru FC beat India U-19's 5-2 in a friendly
Bengaluru came from 1-0 down to turn the game around with five different goal scorers
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