Sandesh Jhingan moves on from Kerala Blasters

Star Indian footballer Sandesh Jhingan has moved on from Kerala Blasters football club. After defending the Kerala Blasters citadel for six seasons, the ace defender has been released by the Indian Super League Club amicably.

The 26-year-old from Chandigarh, whose potential was first identified by Kerala Blasters, joined the team at the start of the Indian Super League (ISL) in 2014 and went on to make 76 appearances for the club. Sandesh, nurtured by the Kerala Blasters over the last 6 seasons, is all set to pursue a fresh challenge, stated a Kerala Blasters Press Release.

Fondly referred to as ‘The Wall’ by fans, Jhingan has always displayed immense passion and enthusiasm both on and off the field. Since his ISL debut in 2014, in which he won the ISL and AIFF Emerging Player of the Year, he has gone on to establish himself as a full India International. Jhingan, who was named club captain in 2017, has played in two ISL finals and also captained the national team on various occasions. KBFC is proud to have supported the growth of the player who was most recently also nominated for the Arjuna Award by the AIFF.

“It was great to be a part of Kerala Blasters right from Day 1. We’ve built some great memories together as we helped each other grow but have finally decided to part ways. I wish all the good luck to the club going forward. A special mention to the people of Kerala who have always stood behind the club no matter what, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the love you have shown myself and KBFC. I am sure you will continue to support the club in the future as well. Both the club and the fans will always hold a special place in my heart. Thank you!”, says Jhingan.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank Sandesh for his commitment, loyalty, and passion for the club and its supporters. KBFC respects Sandesh’s desire to pursue a new challenge and we wish him all the best for this new journey. We know that he will always remain a Blaster at heart. As a tribute to his contributions to the club, we will be permanently retiring his jersey number 21,” says Nikhil Bhardwaj, Owner, Kerala Blasters FC.

Kerala Blasters have a reputation of identifying and nurturing young talent. Jhingan’s growth and development as a player with the team is a firm example of the club’s commitment to its long-term objectives.

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