Early Life of Nallappan Mohanraj
Nallappan Mohanraj was born on 23 February 1989, in Namakkal , Tamil Nadu. He is an Indian football player. He is currently playing for Bharat FC in the I-League in India as a Left Back. Nallappan Mohanraj was born in Namakkal of Tamil Nadu. Nallappan Mohanraj started playing for Sports Authority of India in Chennai.
Career of Nallappan Mohanraj
Nallappan Mohanraj went for the Under-16 and Under-19 state selections, and did not get selected for either. After that, Nallappan Mohanraj went for a trial at the Tata Football Academy, and did not get through.
Nallappan Mohanraj has signed for Mohun Bagan Football Team at the beginning of the 2007-2008 season. Nallappan Mohanraj enjoyed a very successful stint with Mohun Bagan where he won the Indian Federation Cup in 2008. This was followed up with the ONGC Super Cup and runner-up in the I-League in 2009. In 2012-2013 with Pune Football Club, he picked up yet another I-League runner up medal.
On 5 February 2014, Nallappan Mohanraj signed for Sporting Clube de Goa on loan from Mumbai Tigers as their club was disbanded. Nallappan Mohanraj made his debut for Sporting Goa on 16 February 2014 in the I-League match against Pune Football Club at the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune, Maharashtra in which he started and played the whole match and also earned a yellow card in the 66th minute as Sporting Goa drew the match at 1-1.
Nallappan Mohanraj with Indian National Football Team
Nallappan Mohanraj won the 2009 Nehru Cup with the Indian national football team. Nallappan Mohanraj was also the captain of the India U-18 team that toured Germany and played against the Academy teams of VfB Stuttgart, FC Augsburg and Munich 1860, before participating in the 2008 AFC U-19 Championship tournament in Iran. On 23rd February 2011, Nallappan Mohanraj played his first game for the Indian U-23 team against Myanmar Football Team.
(Last Updated on : 14-02-2015)
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