India name probables for U-17 Football WC camp

NEW DELHI:India has announced a 35-member junior girls probables list for the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup coaching camp, which began in Goa on Thursday.

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New Delhi, May 3 

India has announced a 35-member junior girls probables list for the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup coaching camp, which began in Goa on Thursday.

A selection committee meeting was held in Kohlapur after the junior girls National Football Championship to analyse the performances of the players.

The girls will be reporting to coach Alex Ambrose, who was earlier in charge of the under-19 national team. — PTI

List of probables 

  • Goalkeepers: Tanu, Thoudam Devi, Adrija Sarkhel, Manisha, Manju Ganju
  • Defenders: Purnima Kumari, Phanjoubam Devi, Sudha Tirkey, Antrika, Kritina Devi, Nisha, Daisy Crasto, Naketa, Kamna, Vaishnavi Chandrakant
  • Midfielders: Martina, Aveka Singh, Priyanka Devi, Astam Orain, Anju, Poonam, Salomi Minj, Drishti Pant, Manisha, Priyanka Sujeesh.
  • Forwards: Kiran, Amisha Baxla, Mariyammal, Sumati Kumari, Manisha Naik, Lynda Kom, Shilky Devi, Sai Sanke, Lalnun Siami, Karen Estrocio.

Reserves

  • Goalkeepers: Anjali Barke, Anshika
  • Defenders: Gia Sundaram, Lhingneilam Kipgen, Saraswati Kri, Shilpaben Thakur, Ritu, Fulmani Oran
  • Midfielders: Ishita Mathew, Gladys Zonunsangi
  • Forwards: Sanika Patil, Malavika P, Santoshi Kumari

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