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Sanju Pradhan

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Sanju Pradhan is a product of the Sikkim government's 'Search for more Baichung Bhutias' scheme and schooled at the Namchi Sports Hostel and Sports Academy of Sikkim. After a good outing in the Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup, the youngster was spirited away by Bimal Ghosh to Air-India, where the attacking midfielder-cum-right winger made his mark thanks to his dribbling skills, scoring ability and high work rate. The big clubs soon came calling but it was East Bengal which secured his signature in 2008. Pradhan established himself as a pivotal figure in the Red and Gold camp and also broke through to the senior national team, making his debut against Syria in the Nehru Cup 2012. He also won two Federation Cups, an IFA Shield and Indian Super Cup. After five years at East Bengal, he moved to Dempo and subsequently Salgaocar. The midfield dynamo was a part of Atletico de Kolkata's Hero ISL 2014 winning squad and played for NorthEast United FC last year. After donning the orange and purple stripes of FC Pune City last season, he will turn up in the colours of Mumbai City FC for the new one.


Address Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Date of Birth (Current Age) 1989-08-15 (32)
Place Of Birth West Sikkim, Sikkim, India
Nationality India
Height 168 cm | 5 ft 6 ins
Weight Kg
Preferred Position Midfielder
Preferred (Penalty) Foot Right foot
Playing Experiences 2012 to in Indian Football Team (#)
2016 to 2017 in FC Pune City (#)
2016 to 2017 in DSK Shivajians (#12)
2006 to 2008 in Air India (#)
2008 to 2013 in East Bengal FC (#)
2013 to 2014 in Dempo Sports Club (#)
2014 to 2014 in ATK (#)
2015 to 2015 in Salgaocar Football Club (#)
2015 to 2015 in NorthEast United FC (#)
2017 to in Mumbai City Football Club (#12)
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