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Baoringdao Bodo


ABOUT

Baoringdao Bodo is an Indian professional footballer, who plays for Chennaiyin FC in the ISL. Bodo was born is Haflong in Assam, on 17th October, 1999. He is the youngest Indian footballer ever to make it to the ISL team, and is a versatile forward.


Background


Bodo started dribbling and shooting the football at the age of eight. After witnessing his passion his father enrolled him at SAI Guwahati. Bodo made it to the under 14 India camp and became a part of India U16 squad after receiving training under coach Gautam Ghosh at the AIFF Regional Academy in Kalyani, Kolkata.


Debut


Bodo was part of the under 14 Indian team and with the under 16 Indian team he won the 2013 SAFF U-16 Championship.


Bodo made his debut in the club Minerva Punjab at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong in 2017. He became the youngest player to ever score in I-League when he was playing against Mumbai FC at the Guru Nanak Stadium in Ludhiana.


Rise to Glory


Bodo was part of the under 16 champions team in 2013 SAFF U-16 Championship. Being part of the under 18 Indian team, Bodo won the I-League U18. In 2016, he was awarded IFA Shield for being the Top scorer of the tournament.


Club Career


Bodo was signed by the former ISL Champions Chennaiyin FC on a long-term contract in the year 2016. In 2017, Minerva Punjab took him on loan.

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