(Last Updated on : 30/01/2015)
Abhra Mondal is an Indian football player
who plays as a Goalkeeper. He was born on October 3, 1986 in Kolkata
, India. Presently, he is playing at East Bengal FC
. It was Mondal who helped East Bengal FC win the Federation Cup
in 2009 after three tremendous saves in the penalty shoot-out. He is regarded as the hero of Federation Cup 2009.
Career of Abhra Mondal
His professional football career kick started in the year 2005 when he was signed for East Bengal FC. Since then, he has mostly been used in the Federation Cup matches. Then in the year 2011, he was officially loaned out by East Bengal to fellow I-League club Pune F.C.
Mondal was loaned for the 2011-12 I-League season.
He debuted for Pune
against Air India
FC in the I-League. His contribution played an important role in helping Pune to the 2-0 victory. In his short stint, he suffered a shin bone injury in a match against Lajong FC. However, he assured that his side remained unbeaten in all the matches he played in I-League.
Despite the injury, he was the number one choice between the bars for the formidable Pune outfit. In the year 2012, he signed a full contract with Pune F.C. This came after a striking 11-match unbeaten streak and turned out to be hailed as the biggest protagonist in the club's record and longest unbeaten run ever in the I-League.
After a two year stint at Pune, he came back to play for East Bengal for the 2013-14 seasons.
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