Holicharan Narzary is a professional Indian footballer, born on 10 May 1994 in Kokrajhar, Assam.
He is right footed and plays on the left wing in the midfield.
Holicharan also has the ability to play as a right winger, cutting in on his left foot he is able to run in on defenders or beat them with pace and deliver some crucial crosses in the final third.
He is versatile enough to play as a centre forward which makes him different from some of the other wingers of India.
Holicharan is currently playing for NorthEast United and the Indian National Team.
Holicharan used to play football in his village, he played in his school team and impressed everyone with his subtle but immaculate skills.
He was encouraged to try his luck at Sports Authority of India hostel, he took off to represent Assam at the U-16 National Championships in Mahilpur.
Holicharan was scouted for India’s U-16 squad after his performances at the Championship tournament.
He then progressed his way to the under-19 team giving him a golden chance to break into the senior team.
Holicharan made his professional debut for Pailan Arrows against Salgaocar on 15 May 2011, coming on as a substitute he scored his first professional goal but unfortunately couldn't take a win.
Narzary came into the International scene on 12 March 2015 against Nepal in a 2-0 win at Guwahati.
Rise to Glory
In the 2012-13 of the I-League Holicharan made 25 appearances for Pailan Arrows which is his highest till now, he scored 5 goals.
However in October 2013 Nazary signed for Dempo and played for them for three seasons before joining DSK Shivajians in 2016.
He scored 4 goals in 12 appearances in the 2016-17 season.
Apart from I-League Nazary was also involved in the Indian Super League.
In 2014 he represented FC Goa followed by NorthEast United in 2015 and 2016.