Sporting Clube de Goa

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Sporting Clube de Goa, a professional football club, established in 1999 at Goa.

Sporting made its debut in the Indian National Football League in 2004-05 season and captured the 2nd position.
Sporting Clube de Goa were also runners-up in I-League 2nd Division in the year 2011.

Official website is http://www.sportingclubedegoa.com/

Current Team Squad

Player Name Role Country
Ravi Kumar Goalkeeper India
Sandip Nandy Goalkeeper India
Melroy Fernandes Goalkeeper India
Don Fernandes Defender India
Biswajit Saha Defender India
Keenan Almeida Defender India
Creson Antao Defender India
Rojen Singh Defender India
Chinta Chandrashekar Rao Defender India
Sandesh Jhingan (on loan from Kerala Blasters FC) Defender India
Joseph Clemente Defender India
Joyner Lourenco Defender India
Miguel Garcia Defender Portugal
Rowllin Borjes Midfielder India
Royston Dsouza Midfielder India
Velito Cruz Midfielder India
Cajetan Fernandes Midfielder India
Joseph Pereira Midfielder India
Brandon Fernandes Midfielder India
Beevan D’Mello Midfielder India
Jovel Martins Midfielder India
Pratesh Shirodkar Midfielder India
Ogba Kalu Nnanna Midfielder Nigeria
Mauvin Borges Striker India
Victorino Fernandes Striker India
Sumit Passi Striker India
Boima Karpeh Striker Australia
Anthony Wolfe Striker Trinidad and Tobago

Current Technical Staff

Name Role Country
Oscar Bruzon Barreras Manager Spain

Panjim Footballers Has Not Paid Its Players For 2 Seasons, Says ‘Match Fees Not Promised’ – News18

Panjim Footballers Has Not Paid Its Players For 2 Seasons, Says ‘Match Fees Not Promised’  News18

Panjim Footballers, the Goan team that played in Indian Women’s League 2019, has not paid the match fees to its players.

In a first, five GPL clubs sign new coaches – The Navhind Times

In a first, five GPL clubs sign new coaches  The Navhind Times

NT NETWORK. Duler. Five Goa Professional League (GPL) teams have changed coaches for the 2019-20 season – probably the highest number witnessed in …

East Bengal is in my blood, my everything – Telegraph India

East Bengal is in my blood, my everything  Telegraph India

‘I have this one-year contract with East Bengal because I did not know whether I would be able to cope with the pressure of delivering day in and day out in a …

With another shot at redemption, India U-16 coach Bibiano Fernandes eyes World Cup qualification – Scroll.in

With another shot at redemption, India U-16 coach Bibiano Fernandes eyes World Cup qualification  Scroll.in

Bibiano has built a strong foundation so far at the U-16 level and the signs have been promising.

What is the fight between the ISL and I-League about? – The Hindu

What is the fight between the ISL and I-League about?  The Hindu

Why is the Indian Super League set to be named India’s top football competition? What happens to the older league?