Northeast has shown "Intentions" by retaining TP Rehnesh...

Koushik Venkatesh  |  Northeast United  |  1 Year Ago

Rehenesh Thumbirumbu Paramba who hails out of Kerala has been retained by the highlanders NorthEast United on a two year deal. The young goalkeeper started his professional career with ONGC in the I-league after which he joined Shillong Lajong and played in 15 games in that season them. In the same season, he was loaned out to NorthEast United in the first season of ISL where he impressed everyone by making some bewildering saves to keep his team in contention of the top-4 spot in the first season but only to finish last. Rehenesh has since then played for Kingfisher East Bengal. 


With the ISL Draft coming along swiftly, every team were allowed to retain 2 players. NorthEast United have retained the services of Rowlin Borges and TP Rehenesh. Rehenesh has already appeared for the club 27 times in the last three seasons and with him being just 25 years old, the control and command that he possesses inside his technical area is amazing for a keeper of his age. Although he has been on the wrong side of things both on and off the pitch, with his spat with the East Bengal supporters, the young keeper shows a lot of promise. 



Indian Super League is slowly becoming India’s primary league and a player like Rehenesh would only add more value to this tournament. NorthEast United are real dark horses this time around and with a couple of more additions to their defence, they can really challenge for their maiden ISL title. 




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