Sporting Clube will try to make mark on I-League
Sporting Clube de Goa are back in the top tier of the I-League after a season in the second division. And the Goans will try to make a mark in the I-League after their return. They have been able to keep most of their squad together, while making strat...
Sporting Clube de Goa are back in the top tier of the I-League after a season in the second division. And the Goans will try to make a mark in the I-League after their return. They have been able to keep most of their squad together, while making strategic signings across all positions though releasing some of their older players.
The Flaming Orange had in the end an easy passage back into the I-League after winning their last four matches and they could rectify the accident which happened to them a season earlier, which was their relegation.
The team has been back in training for close to two weeks with South Sudan striker James Moga being the big signing so far, while a seasoned and young players in Milagrio Medeira, Warundeep Singh, Prajot Naik and Gabriel Fernandes along with others have been brought to the club.
SPORTING CLUBE DE GOA
Felix D’Souza, Gerald D’Mello, Milagrio Medeira (Vasco SC), Siddesh Morje, Ashok Singh
Fulganco Cardozo, Elvino Fernandes, Boubacar Keita, Warundeep Singh (Churchill Brothers SC), Mathew Gonsalves, N. Samananda Singh, Prajot Naik (Vasco SC), Singam Rojen Singh, Rovan Pereira, Konthoujam Boboi Singh, Michael Faleiro, Joyner Lourenco, Mohammed Ali (Calangute Association)
Adil Ahmed Khan, Mauricio Freeman Peixoto, Jovel Martins, P. Niroshan Mani, Lairenjam Bisheshwor Singh, Mackroy Peixote, Angelo D’Souza, Joseph Pereira, Rowlinn Borges, Charanjit Singh (Kenkre FC)
James Moga (Mukti Joddha Sangsad, Bangladesh), Agnelo Colaco, Gabriel Fernandes (Sesa Football Academy), Avelino Fernandes, Ningthounjam Pritam Singh, Valzinho Fernandes, Victorino Fernandes (Cavelosim)
The transfers of the season so far: Indian Football: Transfer Season 2011 – Version 4