AIFF condoles Prasanta Dora’s untimely demise
26 Jan 2021

AIFF Media Team

NEW DELHI: All India Football Federation condoles the untimely death of former India international goalkeeper Prasanta Dora, who passed away earlier today (January 26, 2021) in Kolkata.

Prasanta made his International debut against Nepal in the SAF Games in Kathmandu in 1999 where India went on to win the bronze medal. He represented India in 4 official International matches.

Mr. Praful Patel, President, AIFF, in his condolence message said: “It is sad to hear that Mr. Prasanta Dora is no more. I share the grief.”

AIFF General Secretary, Mr. Kushal Das said: “Mr. Prasanta Dora was a very talented goalkeeper who played with repute at the International and the domestic level. My condolences to his family. We pray for his soul to rest in peace.”

At the domestic level, Dora had represented Bengal in the Santosh Trophy in 2000, and 2001, while at the club level, we played for East Bengal, Mohun Bagan, Tollygunge Agragami, Mohammedan Sporting and JCT.

He was part of East Bengal’s triumphant squad which won the CFL in 1999. He also helped Mohun Bagan to win the IFA Shield in 2003, the Airlines Gold Cup in 2004 & 2005, and the CFL in2005.

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