INDIAN & INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL NEWS - MAY : 2014

south Korea Asian Games 2014 : India probable camp.

25.05.2014 : KFC. | www.kolkatafootball.com HOME PAGE | LIKE FB ||

The Asian Games 2014 which will be held in Incheon, South Korea, from September 18 to October 4. To play in the Football secton of 2014 south Korea Asian Games, the two times gold Medalist India (1951 nd 1962) will start a three week training camp for the upcoming Asian top level football tournament. The training camp will start at Bengalore from 1st July. The Expected Football Match will be held in south Korea's Incheon Football Stadium, Incheon Munhak Stadium, Hwaseong Stadium, Goyang Stadium, Ansan Wa Stadium and Namdong Asiad Rugby Field.

In this year Asian Games 3 sr. players can play in a team squad, the rest will be Under 23 players. Regarding the Training camp more that 50 young players may short listed to make the Final Squad.

It has been learnt that the training camp boys will play two or three practice matches and may tour to Marbella of Spain to play some matches against the loacl team in the exposure tour. The camper is likey to tour another top Asian countries like China or Japan where they may play some practice matches against local teams to gather more experience before participating in the Asian Games.

Suring the time of Head coach Bob Houghton, Inidan side went to Spain for Exposure trip before participating in the Nehru Gold cup and AFC Challenge Cup. PLAYERS FROM KOKATA : Jayanta Paul (United SC),Pritam Kotal (Mohun Bagan), Abhishek Das (East Bengal), Shouvik Ghosh (Mohun Bagan), Lalrindika Ralte (East Bengal), Manish Bhargav (Mohun Bagan),

Some of the Youg players who may get call in the camp would be - The Under-23 probables

  
Ravi Kumar 		(Sporting Goa)  
Melroy Fernandes 	(Sporting Goa)  
Keenan Almeida 		(Sporting Goa)  
Deepak Devrani 		(Sporting Goa)  
Joyner Laurenco 	(Sporting Goa)  
Velito Cruz 		(Sporting Goa)  
Rowlin Borges 		(Sporting Goa)  
Victorino Fernandes 	(Sporting Goa)  
Mauvin Borges 		(Sporting Goa)   
Stephen Barreto 	(Sporting Goa) 

 Prabir Das 		(Dempo)
 Narayan Das 		(Dempo)
 Pronoy Halder 		(Dempo)
 Mandar Desai 		(Dempo)
 Holicharan Narzary 	(Dempo)
 Jeje Lalpekhlua 	(Dempo)
 Romeo Fernandes 	(Dempo)
Alwyn George 		(Dempo) 

 Alen Deory 		(India U-19)
 Souvik Das 		(India U-19)
 Pawan Kumar 		(India U-19)
Kamaljit Singh 		(India U-19)
 Nim Dorjee Tamang 	(India U-19)
 Germanpreet Singh 	(India U-19) 

 Shankar Sampingiraj 	(Bengaluru FC)
 Vishal Kumar 		(Bengaluru FC)
 Siam Hanghal 		(Bengaluru FC)
Sunil Chhetri 		(Bengaluru FC)
Robin Singh 		(Bengaluru FC)
 Kumam Udanta Singh 	(Bengaluru FC) 


Lalthuammawia Ralte 	(Shillong Lajong)
 Soraisam Sandeep Singh (Shillong Lajong)
 Redeem Tlang 		(Shillong Lajong)
 Semilen Doungel 	(Shillong Lajong)
 Milan Singh 		(Shillong Lajong)

Amrinder Singh 		(Pune FC)
 Dhanpal Ganesh 	(Pune FC)
 Lalrempuia Fanai 	(Pune FC)
 Salam Ranjan Singh 	(Pune FC)
 Thongkhosiem Haokip 	(Pune FC) 


Satish Singh 		(Churchill Brothers)
Balwant Singh 		(Churchill Brothers)
Alesh Sawant 		(Churchill Brothers)
Sanjay Balmuchu 	(Churchill Brothers)

 
Albino Giovanni Gomes 	(Salgaocar)
Francis Fernandes 	(Salgaocar)
Clifton Dias 		(Salgaocar) 
Brian Mascarenhas 	(Salgaocar) 


Pritam Kotal 		(Mohun Bagan)
Shouvik Ghosh 		(Mohun Bagan)
Manish Bhargav 		(Mohun Bagan) 

Jayanta Paul 		(United SC)
Rajinder Kumar 		(United SC) 
Souvik Chakraborty 	(United SC) 

Abhishek Das 		(East Bengal)
Lalrindika Ralte 	(East Bengal) 


Sandesh Jhingan 	(IMG-Reliance)
Lalnunpuia Tlau 	(Rangdajied United)
Gurpreet Singh Sandhu 	(??)