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East Bengal: Matti Steinmann leaves, Bright Enobakhare unlikely to extend his stay

East Bengal's talismanic German midfielder Matti Steinmann has mutually terminated his contract and has left the club, Goal can confirm. Steinmann, who had signed a two-year contract with the Red and Golds last season, has decided to end his association with the club after just one season. Steinmann would have received a salary hike in the second season as per his contract, despite that he is leaving the club due to the ongoing tussle between the club officials and investors Shree Cement Limited over the signing of the final agreement.
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East Bengal: Matti Steinmann likely to join A-League side Brisbane Roar

Despite having a two-year contract with East Bengal, the German midfielder might return to the A-League... East Bengal's German midfielder Matti Steinmann is likely to join A-League side Brisbane Roar in the summer transfer window. Sources close to Goal have confirmed that the midfielder is hoping to return to the...
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'Son Heung-min the best player I have played with' - East Bengal's Matti Steinmann reminisce Bundesliga days

The midfielder general of East Bengal shared fond memories of playing against Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich... German midfielder Matti Steinmann has been a sensation at East Bengal from the very first match he played in the Indian Super League (ISL). With four goals and three assists beside his name from 15 appearances, Steinmann is a key member of the club's squad this season.
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Jamshedpur FC 1-2 East Bengal: Matti Steinmann stars as the Red and Golds get the win

East Bengal beat Jamshedpur FC 2-1 in a crucial Indian Super League (ISL) tie on Sunday at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa. Matti Steinmann (6') scored the opening goal and provided the assist for Anthony Pilkington's (68') second goal to seal vital three points for the Red and Golds. Peter Hartley (83') scored the consolation goal for the Men of Steel.
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