INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE - 2017
ROUND - 15
Kerala Blasters - Ajit Sivan - 6 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Siddharth Singh -
ATK - Vipin Singh - 12.5 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Simranjit Singh- 8 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Calvin Abhishek - 4 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Kim Kima - 20 Lakhs.
North East United - Sushil Metei - 6 Lakhs.
FC GOA - Bruno Colaso - (GK) 10 Lakhs.
FC Pune City - Pawan Kumar - 12 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Shahinlal Meloy (GK)- 8 Lakhs.

ROUND-14
Mumbai City FC - Kunal Sawant - GK - 15 Lakhs.
North East United - Gurpreet Singh - 7 Lakhs.
FC GOA - Md. Yasir - 5 Lakhs.
FC Pune City - Gurtej Singh - 12 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Fransisco Fernancez - 20 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Karan Atwal - 8 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Ashim Biswas - 10 Lakhs.
ATK - Khunjang Bhutia (GK) - 10 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos- Arnab Das Sharma- GK - 12 Lakh.
Bengaluru FC - Joyner Lonce - 7 Lakhs.

ROUND- 13
Bengaluru FC - Collin Abranches - 13 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Munmun Jugen - 10 Lakhs.
ATK - Ronald Singh - 10 Lakhs
Jamshedpur FC - Y.Raju - 12 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Lokhan Metei - 6 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Sanjay Balmuchu - 8 Lakhs.
FC Pune City - Ajay Singh - 8 Lakhs.
FC Goa - Anthoney Dezouza - 16 Lakhs.
North East United - Lalampuia Fanai - 8 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Mehrajuddin Wadoo - 43 Lakhs.


ROUND - 12
F.C Goa - Amey Ranawade - 6 Lakhs.
North East United - Abdul Hakku - 12 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Pranjol bhumiz - 6 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Boithang Haokip - 20 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Rowilson Rodriguez - 20 Lakhs.
ATK - Augustine Fernandez - 30 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Sumit Passi - 15 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Samuel Sadap - 10 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Dhanpal Ganesh - 44 Lakhs.
FC Pune City- Rohit Kumar - 8 lAKHS.

ROUND-11
FC Pune City - Baljeet Singh Saini - 37 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Md. Rafique - 30 Lakhs
Kerala Blasters - Peetam Kr. Singh - 12.50 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Farukh Chowdhury - 7.45 Lakhs.
ATK - Ashutosh Mehta - 45 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Sajid Dhot - 10 Lkahs.
Bengaluru FC - Abhra Mondol-GK - 10 Lkahs.
Mumbai City Fc - Biswajit Saha- 6 Lakhs
North East United - M.Meetei -
F.C Goa - Jovel Martins - 7.5 Laksh

ROUND-10
Chennaiyin FC - Kenen Almedia - 20 Lkhs.
FC Pune City - Kamaljeet Singh - 8 Lakhs.
FC Goa - Md. Ali - 12 Lakhs.
North East United - Gulshal Gill - 6 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Zakeer Mundapara - 18 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - T. Haokip - 30 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Sukdev Patel(GK) - 10 Lakhs.
Atk - Ruepart Lamlong - 12.05 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Sanjeevan Ghosh - 8 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Lalta Kima - 10 Lakhs.

ROUND-9
Kerala Blasters - Siam Hungal - 31 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - S.Keema - 8.4 Lakhs.
Atk - Robin Singh - 65 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - David Ralte - 12 lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Z. Ralte - 25 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Sanju Pradhan - 30 Lakhs.
North East United - Ravi Kumar - 17 Lakhs.
FC Goa - Naveen Kumar - 6 Lakhs.
FC Pune City - Wayne Vaaz - 8 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Pawan Kumar - 25 Lakhs.

ROUND-8
Mumbai City FC - Aibor Khonjee - 35 Lakhs.
North East United - Regan Singh - 25 Lakhs.
FC Goa - Pratesh Shirodkar - 28 Lahs.
FC Pune City - Harpreet Singh - 6 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Fulgancio Kordozo - 30 Lakhs.
Kerla Blasters - Jackie Chand Sigh - 55 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Showvik Ghosh - 18 Lakhs.
Atk - Hitesh Sharma - 10 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Romeo Fernendez -50 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Lenny Rodrigues - 60 Lakhs

ROUND-7
Bengaluru FC - Alwyn George - 35 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Veenith Rai.- 10 Lakhs.
Atk - Anwar Ali - 32 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Jerry -
Kerala Blasters - Subhasish Roy Chowdgury - 37 Lakhs. Chennaiyin FC - Germanpreet Singh - 12 Lakhs.
FcPune City - Issac - 15 Lakhs.
FC Goa - Seriton Fernandez - 10 Lakhs.
North East United - Semilen Doungle - 37 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Sahil Tabora - 6 LAKHS.

ROUND-6
FC GOA - Brandon Fernandez - 25 LAKHS.
North East United - Robert Lalthamuana - 25 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Avinash Ruidas - 18 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Subhasish Bose - 17 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Prtik Chowdhury - 30 Lakhs.
ATK - S.Shankar - 25 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - ikash Jairu - 55 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Arata Izumi - 40 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Dhanachandra Singh - 50 Lakhs.
FC Pune City - Nim Dorjee - 15 Lakhs.

ROUND-5
FC Pune City - Jewel Raja - 26 Lakhs.
Chennaiyin FC - Bikramjit Singh - 53 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Milan Singh - 45 Lakhs.
Jamshedpur FC - Robin Gurung - 26 Lakhs.
ATK - Keegan Pereira - 28 Lakhs.
Delhi Dynamos - Setiyasen Singh - 50 Lakhs.
Bengaluru FC - Harmanjot Khabra - 53 Lakhs.
Mumbai City FC - Raju Gaikowad - 47 lakhs.
North East United - Lalrindika Ralte - 50 Lakhs. FC GOA - C. Sana Singh - 19 Lakhs.


11.45 : SUBRATA PAUL LAUNCH THE LOGO OF JAMSHEDPUR FC FOR SL 2017.

Round 4
Kerala Blasters - Lalruatthara - 25 Laksh
Jamshedpur FC - Shouvik Chakraborty - 45 Laksh
ATK - Jayesh Rane - 49 Laksh.
Delhi Dynamos - Sena Ralte - 27 Laksh
Bengaluru FC - Rahul Bheke - 43 Laksh.
Mumbai City FC - Arindam Bhattacharyya- 64 Laksh.
North East United - Nirmal Chhetri - 35 Laksh.
FC Goa - Pronoy Haldar - 58 Laksh.
FC Pune City - LalChheamaya - 45 Laksh
Chennaiyin FC - Thoi Singh - 57 Laksh.

Round 3
FC Pune City - Kean Lewis - 40 Lakhs
FC Goa - Narayan Das - 58 Lakhs.
North East United - Holicharan Narzary - 45 Lakhs
Mumbai City FC - Balwant Singh - 65 Laksh
Bengaluru FC - Lalhmangaisangha Ralte - 37.5 Laksh.
Delhi dynamos - Lalam Zuala Chhangte - 15 Laksh
ATK - E. Lyndoh - 1.10 Crore (From FC Pune City)
Jamshedpur FC - Mehtab Hossain - 50 Lakhs.
Kerala Blasters - Rino Anto - 63 Laksh

Round-2
Jmshedpur FC - Subrata Paul (GK) - 87 Lakh
FC Pune City - Adil Khan - 30 Lakh.
Delhi Dynamos - Perrtam Kotal - 75 Lakhs.

Round 1
Delhi Dynamos - Albino Gomes - 50 Lakhs.
Jashedpur FC - Anas Edathotika - 1.10 Crore
In Round 1 of the Indian Super League Player Draft, only Jamshedpur FC and Delhi Dynamos will participate because Jameshedpur FC is a new entrant into the league and Delhi Dynamos have not retained any players.

10.25: 15 domestic Players per club. 134 players will select today by 10 clubs. Each club can spent a maximum of 18 crore. 205 Players average Payment is 4 lakhs.
10.14 : On the Stage of the Event Sunil Chhetri, Jeje, Majumdar, Amaninder Singh among others.
10.00 : Nita Ambani welcomes the two new teams – Jamshedpur and Bengaluru FC.
10.00 : ISL 2017 Draft begins!
09.51 : Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Anas Edathodika, Thoi Singh, Rino Anto, Jackichand Singh, Pritam Kotal, Robin Singh, Subrata Pal, Mehtab Hussain already on the stage
09.35 : The players are all suited up for the big day. Seen among the players is Indian captain Sunil Chhetri
09.00 : Jamshedpur FC will get the first pick in both first and second rounds of the player draft as they are new entrants to the league.

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Hero ISL 2017-18 Player Draft
22.07.2017: ISL Press Release : ISL Club Strategy for the Indian Player Draft 2017: The Sunday’s Hero Indian Super League 2017-18 Indian Player Draft promises to be an exciting affair as the footballing minds of the ten ISL Clubs would put their strategy into action in a bid to seek signatures of some of thebest domestic players. All ten ISL clubs have completed their respective international head coach signings.Assisted by the Indian coaches, the Head Coachwill represent their respective clubs at the team table at the ISL Player Drafts 2017.

Contrary to the notion, the Indian Player Draft 2017 has suddenly assumed importance as many top Indian International Players are now available for the ‘Super Sunday’ signing.Thanks to Delhi Dynamos opting not to retain any domestic players,while FC Pune City letting go of experienced boys for young keeper Vishal Kaith– the ISL Player Draft has opened up with interesting names. The ISL mandate of maximum two player retention also ensured all clubsespecially the new entrant Jamshedpur FC gets a level playing field.

Best National & Promising Talents : Not surprisingly, the addition of experienced National players like Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Anas Edathodika, Thoi Singh, Rino Anto, Jackichand Singh, Pritam Kotal, Robin Singh, Subrata Pal, Mehtab Hussain and many more are the key attractions of the Player Draft. On other hand the Player Draft also offers wide variety of young promising talents like Lallianzuala Chhangte, Mawhmingthanga (Jerry), Rohit Kumar, Mohammad Yasir, Lalthakima, Sukhadev Patil, Farukh Haji Kasam Choudhary, Subhasish Bose, Germanpreet Singh, Lalrempuia Fanai.

Unknown Talents : The Indian Player Draft also highlights names of relatively unknown budding footballers Umesh Perambra, Akshay Joshy and Ajith Sivan who caught the eyes of AIFF Scouts during the Reliance Foundation Youth Sports school & college football championship. Demand for Indian Keepers. It is expected that the goalkeepers would be the preferred picks in the early rounds as four clubs – Bengaluru FC, Kerala Blasters FC, Delhi Dynamos and Jamshedpur FC would like to fill this position which has assumed importance for the Indian Goalkeepers due to League’s new rule of increasing Indian players in starting XI to 6. With less international players on field, Clubs have changed their strategy to focus more on having an Indian keeper. Mumbai City FC, NorthEast United, Chennaiyin FC, FC Pune City, Atletico de Kolkata and FC Goa have taken the opportunity of the retention rules in securing their goalkeepers first. Experienced Arindham Bhattacharja, Subrata Paul and Albino Gomes lead the list of 30 goalkeepers in the Player Draft. Each club is mandated to have 3 goalkeepers in the squad.

Club Strategy Prediction : A close look at eight of the ten clubs who have made the best use of retention window early this monthoffers a sneak peek to their formation approach and what they could possiblybe looking at in the Draft for Indian players.

ATLETICO DE KOLKATA : The two time champions have retained Debjit Majumdar (goalkeeper) and Prabir Das (full back) and will enter the Draft in the third round. They have a minimum 13 players to pick including two U21. ATK has new Technical Director in Ashley Westwood and a new Head Coach Teddy Sheringham. Ashley having coached Bengaluru FC and worked with the best of Indian players earlier, understands Indian football, players and conditions and is likely to be leading the charge on Sunday. Ashely likes to have a packed defence and hence would probably keep foreign players in central defenceand would also look at a foreign holding midfielder. At the Draft, the Englishman will look at Indian players for outside and central midfield positions. It won’t be surprising to see if he goes for the former Bengaluru FC players.

KERALA BLASTERS : Kerala Blasters have missed being ISL champions twice – both times against ATK. 2016 was the best display by the club under Steve Coppell. However, the club this time will be coached by Rene Meulensteen. They have retained CK Vineeth in striker position and Sandesh Jingham in central defence. With a new coach and not having singed any international players yet, it’s difficult to predict what strategy the club will go with on Sunday. But they could be out in market to sign best of Indian players available starting Round 3 and look for foreign players later according to the positions left in the formation.

BENGALURU FC : Though this is the debut year in ISL but theyaren’t new to Indian football, having dominated the landscape for the last 3 years. Coached by Albert Roca, BFC has gone for the outfield players in retaining country’s best striker Sunil Chhetri and Udanta Singh showcasing that they are probably working on a different strategy compared to others. Entering in Round 3, however one would assume they will look at securing one of the top three goalkeeper first. BFC has already singed foreign players for central defence positions - they will be looking at the full back and wingers at the draft.

FC GOA : The 2015 finalist have a new coach in Sergio Rodriguez. FC Goa have retained goalkeeper Laxmikanth Katimani (keeper) and Mandar Rao Desai (left winger) and have already registered 3 foreign players for centre positions.The Goan side will now look at completing the wide positions ie full back and wingers through the Indian players’draft. They are looking at creative young players and it won’t be surprising if the club think-tank stay away from big spending in the draft.

FC PUNE CITY :The club is looking at a complete overhaul. Continuing with their coach Antonio Habas for second season, FC Pune City surprised the football fans when they retained only a young keeper in Vishal Kaith as against some of the national players in their rank. Habas believes in defensive Indian players and foreigners upfront. At the Draft, Habas is likely to go for full backs and defensive midfield Indians, while keeping the creative positions ie wingers and striker for international players. Pune will entre in Round 2 of Draft.

CHENNAIYIN FC : The 2015 champions have done well by retaining their main striker Jeje and goalkeeper Kamaljit. Chennaiyin FC will probably look at having international players in centre pitch and Indians on the wide. They will be keen to have Indians at full backs and wingers. Chennai will enter in Round 4 of the draft – having retained a capped U21 player Jerry. It will be interesting to see how the clubs transition take placed from Marco Materazzi to John Gregory.

DELHI DYNAMOS : It’s a new beginning for Delhi. From change in ownership to changing the entire squad, for Delhi ISL season 4 is no less than the first year of the league. They are the only club along with Jamshedpur FC to feature from Round 1 of the Draft and is expected to go all out for best Indian talents. It will be surprising if they don’t sign up a goalkeeper in the first pick.

JAMSHEDPUR FC : New in ISL but not new to Indian football, the Tata Steel owned club probably has the best knowledge of Indian player talents considering their legacy of nurturing and producing players for decades. Coached by an experienced Steve Coppell, Jamshedpur FC have the opportunity to pick first in the first two round, and are likely to go for central defender and a goalkeeper immediately. Coppell might also bring in his tried and tested international players who were part of Kerala Blasters previous season. This club is to watch out for.

NORTH EAST UNITED SC : Northeast United flavour has always been the local talent from the region. However, considering NorthEast players not being very tall, the club has always rallied on big and strong skilful players from international market to fill in centre pitch. At draft, NorthEast will look at Indians on out wide. NorthEast having retained goalkeeper and a centre midfielder, will enter in Round 3.

MUMBAI CITY FC : Mumbai is the second club other than Pune to have retained their coach. Mumbai is likely to continue with international players in the attacking upfront. At the Draft, the club from maximum city will try to notch Indians at full back, holding defensive midfield and centre back.Mumbai will enter the draft in round 3. ========