Royal Wahingdoh Football Club (Royal Wahingdoh FC)

Royal Wahingdoh Football Club or Royal Wahingdoh FC was founded in 1946 at Shillong, Meghalaya. They won the 2nd division league last year and qualified to play for the 2014-15 season of the I-League for the first time.

Current Team Squad

Player Name Role Country
Nikhil Bernard Goalkeeper India
Prem Kumar Singh Goalkeeper India
Bishorjit Singh Goalkeeper India
Marlanki Suting Defender India
Wailadmi Passah Defender India
Ningthoujam Samananda Defender India
C Lallawmzuala Defender India
Reagan Singh Defender India
Lalchhawnkima Defender India
Ngouba Singh Defender India
Ashok Singh Defender India
Lalhmangaihsanga Defender India
Loveday Enyinnaya Defender Nigeria
Malsawmtluanga Midfielder India
Milancy Khongstia Midfielder India
Bekay Bewar Midfielder Liberia
Densill Theobald Midfielder Trinidad and Tobago
Laldinmawia Midfielder India
Nabachandra Singh Midfielder India
Tenzing Dhondup Midfielder India
Zosangkima Midfielder India
Bickyson Kharkongor Striker India
Kim Seng-yong Striker Japan
Nagen Tamang Striker India
Satiyasen Singh Striker India
Jackichand Singh Striker India

I-League 2017 – Official: Mumbai FC SACK Santosh Kashyap – Goal.com


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I-League 2017 – Official: Mumbai FC SACK Santosh Kashyap
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Taking over from Khalid Jamil, the former Royal Wahingdoh manager stated he intended to lead the Mumbaikars to a top three finish in the nation's top division, in their ninth year of participation in the I-League. Their start in the campaign too

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Kunzang Bhutia— Keen to carve a niche for himself – The Hindu

Kunzang Bhutia— Keen to carve a niche for himself
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Then, things started looking up for this goalkeeper was picked to represent Sikkim at the age of 17 years in the 2009 Santosh Trophy Nationals. Soon, he played for Royal Wahingdoh FC. “Well, my first stint in the I-League for North-East United after

Women’s I-League: Royal Wahingdoh FC destroyed 9-0 by Bodyline FC – Scroll.in


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Women's I-League: Royal Wahingdoh FC destroyed 9-0 by Bodyline FC
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In Wednesday morning's encounter of the Women's I-League preliminary round, Royal Wahingdoh FC were demolished 9-0 by Bodyline FC at Cuttack on Tuesday. Anju Tamang scored four goals inside the first half to make 5-0 with Karen Paisley chipping in …

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I-League 2017 – Curtains threaten to fall on Mumbai FC’s nine-year I-League act – Goal.com


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I-League 2017 – Curtains threaten to fall on Mumbai FC's nine-year I-League act
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**If Mumbai FC were to draw with their visitors from the Coromandel and Churchill were to lose to Jamil's men, the former Royal Wahingdoh manager will have to pray Churchill pick up a maximum of just one point in their final two games, while Mumbai win …

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I-League 2017: The Santosh Kashyap reign- Scrutinizing the flaws at the Mumbai outfit – Goal.com


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I-League 2017: The Santosh Kashyap reign- Scrutinizing the flaws at the Mumbai outfit
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It was in the month of June, 2016 when the Essel Group-owned franchise introduced former Royal Wahingdoh gaffer Santosh Kashyap as their head coach. The 50-year-old manager was replacing Khalid Jamil who managed the metropolis outfit for seven …

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Ugly, but effective Mumbai keep Bagan at bay – ESPN


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Ugly, but effective Mumbai keep Bagan at bay
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… worker with teams on shoestring budgets – the best example coming with the now-defunct senior team of Royal Wahingdoh, Shillong, whom he took to dizzying heights in 2014-15, before settling for third place behind Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC.

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I-League 2017: Santosh Kashyap responds to Mumbai FC fans’ ire: ‘I respect it and I clapped for them’ – Goal.com


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I-League 2017: Santosh Kashyap responds to Mumbai FC fans' ire: 'I respect it and I clapped for them'
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The former Royal Wahingdoh coach believes that except for the corporate teams and top three sides, every other side is at the risk of relegation. ''I think the bottom six teams (on the table) are open to relegation, and it includes Bengaluru FC. Three

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Royal Wahingdoh FC to lock horns with Minerva in final – Oherald


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Royal Wahingdoh FC to lock horns with Minerva in final
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Rheadolf scored the first goal in the 37th minute with a powerful shot within three minutes Royal Wahingdoh FC doubled their lead of a penalty kick taken by Phrangki Buam. Kabir Mallick tripped the striker of Royal Wahingdoh inside the penalty area of

Royal Wahingdoh Women’s Football Team to take part in first Indian Women’s League prelim round – thenortheasttoday.com


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Royal Wahingdoh Women's Football Team to take part in first Indian Women's League prelim round
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SHILLONG: Adding another feather to its cap the Royal Wahingdoh women's football team, the first professional female football team in the North East, will take part in the Indian Women's League- Preliminary Round to be held in Cuttack, Odisha from

I-League: Royal Wahingdoh pull out of the I-League – Goal.com


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I-League: Royal Wahingdoh pull out of the I-League
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This is the third club which has opted to pull out of the country's top division league after the likes of Pune FC and Bharat FC. It must be noted that Wahingdoh was granted a national license to compete in the I-League next season in the last week of
Shillong-based Royal Wahingdoh becomes third club to drop out of I-LeagueFirstpost
Shillong Lajong FC Edge Past Royal Wahingdoh to Clinch Shillong Premier LeagueNDTVSports.com
Royal mess: Wahingdoh too pulls out of I-LeagueThe Indian Express
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