Four ISL Indian players without a club in I league

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With late joining of Sandesh Jhingan to Bengaluru FC and Arata Izumi to second division club Neroca FC, FootballCounter takes a look into 5 Indian ISL players, who are surprisingly without a club in I-league.

  1. Baljit Sahni

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The former JCT and East Bengal player has been without a club since he last played for Chennaiyin FC In the recently concluded Indian Super League. Baljit sahni played for DSK Shivajians in the last edition of I-league, starting 12 times and scoring once. In this year’s ISL, Sahni started in 8 games but failed to find the net. Although past his prime, the Punjab born could still be a value edition with his experience in the league and add some much needed fire power for the newbie’s of the league Minerva Punjab FC or Chennai City FC.

  1. Sandip Nandy

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The 42 years old Kerala Blasters Goal Keeper has defied odds producing some scintillating performances in this year’s Indian super league. Despite his age, the west Bengal born Indian international has played in almost all parts of the country starting for eight different clubs in his 17 years of experience.

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  1. Mohammed Rafi

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The Kerala born 34 year old striker has found himself without a club in the current season of ISL. Rafi became the third Indian to score in an ISL final when he headed a goal in to Atletico de Kolkata net in the this year’s final. Being a prolific striker throughout his career the Kerala Blaster striker could be added resources for any team lacking their goal scoring form.

  1. Mehrajuddin Wadoo

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Mehrajuddin started out as a striker but then was converted into a defender, and can easily play as a defensive midfielder position. The J&K born player has played for HAL, ITI, Sporting Goa, Mohun Bagan, East Bengal and Mohammedan in I league while also turning p for FC Pune City and Chennaiyin. Wadoo was the integral member of Chennaiyin ISL victory in 2015 and can be a crucial asset for any team with his experience.

Although these players could demand a certain price, no player would want to sit out a football season without any playing time So if bargained well, they could be just the players for the bottom of the table teams to lift them off the relegation battles.