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Former India Defender Chinmoy Chatterjee Passes Away at 68
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Former India Defender Chinmoy Chatterjee Passes Away at 68

• Eminent India-worldwide footballer Chinmoy Chatterjee, who played for the three Maidan heavyweights thriving in the 1970-80s, has died. He was 68. 

• He was an individual from the Indian group at the 1978 Bangkok Asian Games, where they completed fourth in the quarterfinal association. 

• Chatterjee played for Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, and Mohammedan Sporting during his homegrown vocation. 

• He additionally addressed Bengal in the Santosh Trophy multiple times and became champions in three of them. 

He was an individual from the Arun Ghosh-trained Indian group at the 1978 Bangkok Asian Games, where they completed fourth in the quarterfinal clash. 

Previous India safeguards Chinmoy Chatterjee, who played for the three Maidan heavyweights thriving in the 1970-80s, passed on of heart failure at his Khardah home here on Sunday. He was 68. 

Chatterjee is made due by his significant other, one child, and a girl. 

He was an individual from the Arun Ghosh-instructed Indian group at the 1978 Bangkok Asian Games, where they completed fourth in the quarterfinal alliance. 

“Disheartened to catch wind of the death of famous footballer Chinmoy Chatterjee. All will recall his commitment to the universe of football. Sincere sympathies to his family and fans,” West Bengal boss pastor Mamata Banerjee tweeted. 

A trustworthy right-back, Chatterjee changed from Mohun Bagan to chief opponents East Bengal where he played from 1976-79 and 1982-86, during which they won the Calcutta Football League (CLF) threefold. 

After his retirement, he was designated colleague mentor of East Bengal and worked with any semblance of the incredible PK Banerjee and Shyam Thapa. 

He additionally assumed a critical part in Mohammedan Sporting’s CFL win in 1981. 

Chatterjee likewise addressed Bengal in the Santosh Trophy multiple times, with the group becoming bosses in three of them. 

After his retirement, he was named collaborator mentor of East Bengal and worked with any semblance of the unbelievable P K Banerjee and Shyam Thapa. 

He likewise assumed a critical part in Mohammedan Sporting’s CFL win in 1981. 

Chatterjee likewise addressed Bengal in the Santosh Trophy multiple times, with the group becoming boss in three of them. 

He likewise assumed a vital part in Mohammedan Sporting’s CFL win in 1981. 

Chatterjee is made due by his significant other, one child, and a little girl. 

AIFF President Praful Patel, in his sympathy message, said: “It is truly miserable to hear that Mr. Chatterjee is no longer among us. His priceless commitment to Indian Football will consistently stay with us. I share the misery.” 

AIFF General Secretary Kushal Das said: “Mr. Chatterjee was an excellent safeguard who delighted in incredible accomplishment at the homegrown and global levels. My true sympathies to his family. May his spirit find happiness in the hereafter.” 

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