i-League Transfers: JSW Sports sign two English players Johnson and Curtis

JSW Sports, Bangalore have signed two English defenders in the names of John Johnson and Curtis Osano. This signing comes right after announcing the signing of John Meynongar. The signing of the two English players comes through the channel of their present English coach Ashley Westwood.

John Johnson,
Ex-Middlesbrough Player
John Johnson,25, Right Back, a product of Middlesbrough Academy, has a single English Premier League(EPL) appearance to his name for Middlesbrough which his side lost 5-0 at the hands of Chelsea FC. 6 Foot tall, Johnson was loaned to Tranmere Rovers(League One) where he managed to make 4 appearances before again getting loaned to Northampton Town(League Two) the following season. Soon, Northampton Town decided to make Johnson their very own player by making a permanent move for the defender. During his time at Northampton Town Johnson's performance made him the captain of the League Two side. He went on to make more than 100 appearances for the club including FA Cup and League Cup appearances in the process.

Curtis Osano, Reading Academy Product,
Defender
Curtis Osano, Kenyan born Englishman defender, is a product of Reading Football Academy, having been watched by current Liverpool FC Manager Brandon Rodgers. Though he never made any League appearances for Reading, but Osano made few FA Cup appearances. Osano was sent for various loan spells: Aldershot Town FC, Working FC, Rushden & Diamonds FC before joining Conference side Rushden & Diamonds on a permanent basis after getting released by his parent club Reading. After making more than 150 appearances for Rushden & Diamonds, Osano had spells with Luton Town and AFC Wimbledon(League Two).

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