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Dharmaraj Ravanan

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Dharmaraj Ravanan began his career playing for Indian Bank in Chennai. But he made a bold move and left the comfortable bank job to join Dempo as a professional footballer after being spotted by their coach Armando Colaco in Bangalore. The stylish player mainly plays the role of a stopper back and is noted for his clean tackling and reading of the game; but he can also fit into the side-back position with equal felicity. Ravanan matured as a defender during his stint at Mahindras under Derrick Pereira and David Booth and peaked following his move to Churchill Brothers in 2011. He contributed handsomely to the winning campaigns of the Goan powerhouse in domestic tournaments. Ravanan, who has also featured for Bharat FC and SC de Goa after leaving Churchill, has been with the Stallions from Hero ISL 2014 and has made 24 appearances for them heading into the new season. Career Highlights Captained Churchill Brothers to the I-League (2013) and Federation Cup (2014) titles. Winner, Durand Cup and IFA Shield 2011. Gave India under-23 the lead in a 1-2 loss to defending champions Qatar in a 2010 Asian Games group match


Address Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Date of Birth (Current Age) 1997-07-27 (24)
Place Of Birth Trichirapalli Central Bus Stop, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India
Nationality United Arab Emirates
Height 177 cm | 5 ft 9 ins
Weight 69 Kg
Preferred Position Defender
Preferred (Penalty) Foot Right foot
Playing Experiences 2016 to 2017 in FC Pune City (#)
2016 to in Chennai City FC (#)
2005 to 2006 in Dempo Sports Club (#)
2006 to 2007 in Mohun Bagan A.C (#)
2011 to 2014 in Churchill Brothers SC (#)
2016 to 2016 in Sporting Clube de Goa (#)
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