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Former Kerala Blasters superstar joins Star Club of India; This time a new mission has been undertaken

West Bengal goalkeeper Sandeep Nandi was once one of the favorite players of Kerala Blasters fans. The Nandi team, which was with the Kerala Blasters for the first three seasons of the Indian Super League, made it to the ISL finals in 2014 and 2016. The veteran goalkeeper, who later left the club, returned to the team for the 2017-18 season. Nandi, who was the mainstay of the Kerala Blasters for the last two seasons, is still loved by the fans. Nandi, who turned to coaching after announcing his retirement from professional football in 2018, has now taken on a new mission at I-League club Mohammedans.

Mohammedans’ new goalkeeping coach

Mohammedan, one of the star clubs in the I-League, has been appointed as the new goalkeeping coach of SC. The club officially announced this yesterday. Nandi will be the Kolkata club’s goalkeeping coach for the 2021-22 season.

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Sandeep Nandi welcomed and Mohammedan SC

Superstar of Kerala Blasters

Sandeep Nandi was 39 years old when he played in the inaugural season of the Indian Super League. Thanks to the age-old excellence that came out that season, and then the 2016 season as well, the Blasters put on a stellar performance. He played in 18 games for the team, conceding just 15 goals. Owned 8 clean sheets.

Coach after retirement

Nandi, who announced his retirement from professional football in 2018, later moved into coaching. He took over as the goalkeeping coach of ISL club Northeast United in 2019. Last season, he was also the goalkeeping coach of Sudeva FC from Delhi. The 47-year-old is set to join the I-League as Paulita Mohamed’s goalkeeping coach.

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He played for many super clubs throughout his career

Thanks to having played for many super clubs in the country, he has an enviable experience in Indian football. Thanks to the nets of Kolkata giants Mohan Bagan and East Bengal, Churchill Brothers, Mahindra United and Southern Samiti teams also wore jerseys.