RoundGlass Punjab FC have announced that experienced midfielder Sanju Pradhan has extended his contract by a year for the 2020/21 season.
31 year old West Sikkim-born Sanju Pradhan is a product of the Namchi Sports Hostel, who went on to play for the Sports Academy of Sikkim before being spotted by then Air India coach Bimal Ghosh in the 2006 Sikkim Governor’s Gold Cup alongside Nirmal Chettri.
Sanju spend two seasons for Air India before moving to East Bengal Club in 2008. After five seasons with the red and gold in which he also captained the club, Sanju moved on to play for Dempo SC, Salgaocar FC, NorthEast United FC, a return on loan to East Bengal Club, FC Pune City and DSK Shivajians FC.
Before joining Minerva Punjab FC (former name of RG Punjab FC), Sanju Pradhan spend the last couple of seasons with Mumbai City FC, where he made 26 appearances. At Minerva Punjab FC, Sanju played eight matches scoring a goal.
After extending his contract, Sanju Pradhan said, “It is a fantastic club and I am happy to extend my contract for one more season.”