Brahmanand Sagoon Kamat Sankhwalkar is an AFC-A Licensed coach.He is a former Indian footballer and a captain of the Indian team from 1983 to 1986, who played as a goalkeeper. Considered one of India's best goalkeepers, he had 25-year playing career. He played for Panvel Sports Club, Salgaocar, Churchill Brothers, Anderson Mariners at the club level, that included 17 years with Salgaocar, and for Goa state team in the Santosh Trophy. Playing for Goa, he led the team to two consecutive wins at the Santosh Trophy; in 1983 and 1984. Having maintained a clean sheet of 576 minutes in the 1984 tournament, he holds the Indian record.
Date of Birth (Current Age)
Mar 06, 1954 (64)
ENGLISH/ HINDI/ KONKANI/MARATHI
Licenses and Qualifications
1997 - AIFF/AFCA/UEFA
love for soccer, good sportsmanship, and strong values.
Honours and Awards
Arjuna Award - 1997 (Player)