Indian football transfer market is buzzing with a host of activities as another I-League came to a conclusion. TheHardTackle will bring you LIVE! Indian Football Transfers. Keep a tab here to know the recruiting activities of all the Indian clubs for the up-coming I-League 2013/14 season.

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102. ONGC Goalkeeper Rehenesh TP likely to reunite with coach Santhosh Kahsyap in Rangdajied United.

ONGC custodian Rehenesh TP had an impressive campaign in I-League after breaking through the squad last season. Kerala born player, Rehenesh was brilliant in shielding the ONGC goal and was one of the main reasons behind their strong performance in Delhi. ONGC Coach Santhosh Kashyap had recently signed for newly promoted Rangdajied United and it is rumoured to believe that the young custodian will be following his coach to make a name of his own. Rehnesh’s impressive performances were noticed by most of the pundits and clubs. With the dismantlement of ONGC, Rehnesh was one of the hottest properties in market. Currently, offers are tabled from Shillong Lajong, Mumbai Tigers, JSW’s Bangalore based team and Rangdajied United. Rangdajied holds the edge over his rivals with a familiar coach at the helm and the players preference of playing time over money.

THT Verdict -Possible.

103. Beevan D’Mello signs for Sporting Clube de Goa.

Salgaocar SC midfielder Beevan D’Mello will be shifting his alliances to Panjim based club Sporting Club de Goa for the upcoming season. 26-year-old Midfielder played only a bit part role for the former champions previously with a mere 5 appearances under his belt. Incidently, Beevan scored his first goal against Sporting Club de Goa way back in 2009. The move is expected to rejuvenate Beevan’s career and it can provide the strength in depth for Sporting Club as well.

THT Verdict – Confirmed.

TheHardTackle would like to thank Clyde Dias for providing us with the information.

104. Pune FC signs city forward Prakash Thorat for the 2013/14 I-League season.

Pune FC is likely to field a new look forward line next season with the likely departures of James Moga and Jeje Lalpekhula from the club. The Club was in need of replacements for the positions upfront and the professional clubs think tank identified city born player Prakash Thorat as the one to fill the gaps. He is the 3rd player from Pune to play in I-League, following the footsteps of Sandesh Gadkari and Paresh Shivalkar. Both the players are considered as experienced pros in Indian Football circuits and the hopes are high on Prakash as well. Pune FC has done the right thing by promoting local talent and has provided the recognition needed for hardworking players. The Pune based player also boasts of previous experience in I-League with Air India. This is the first signing for the new season by the professional club and it is a shrewd piece of business to strengthen their striking department.

THT Verdict – Confirmed.

105. Cambridge United coach and former Liverpool player Richard Money turns down JSW Bangalore’s offer.

JSW Bangalore’s hopes of announcing their arrival in style dealt a heavy blow as Richard Money rejected their approach to appoint him as their head coach. Former Liverpool player and current Cambridge coach said that he was tempted by the offer from the Indian Football club, but he decided to stick with his current employers.

THT Verdict – Confirmed.

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