2017–18 ISL Players Draft

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ISL Players Draft
Date23 July 2017
LocationSt. Regis, Mumbai

The 2017–18 ISL Players Draft was a players draft conducted by the Indian Super League on 23 July 2017.

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Format

Regulations for the 2017–18 Indian Super League season allow for each club to have a minimum of 15 Indian players and a maximum of 18, which include two mandatory under-21 players. [1] Prior to the draft, each club was allowed to retain a maximum of two senior players from the previous season (2016–17 I-League for Bengaluru FC) as well as retaining up to three under-21 players. [1]

The draft had a total of 15 rounds. New expansion side, Jamshedpur FC, had the first pick in both the first and second rounds. Them and Delhi Dynamos, who didn't retain a single player from the previous season, were the only sides who participate in the first round of the draft. [1] The order for which each team participated in the draft was determined on Saturday, 22 July 2017. Clubs also had the option to use an "Instant Trading Card" during the draft which allowed them to trade a picked player to another club. [1]

Players available

On 22 July 2017, before the draft commenced, the official list of players available for selection were announced. The players listed were: [2]

Player selection

Round 1

Only Jamshedpur FC and Delhi Dynamos entered the draft in this round. [1]

Pick # [3] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Jamshedpur FC Anas Edathodika Defender
2 Delhi Dynamos Albino Gomes Goalkeeper

Round 2

Only Pune City entered the draft in this round. [1]

Pick # [4] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Jamshedpur FC Subrata Pal Goalkeeper
2 Pune City Adil Khan Midfielder
3 Delhi Dynamos Pritam Kotal Defender

Round 3

Atlético de Kolkata, Bengaluru FC, Goa, Kerala Blasters, Mumbai City, and NorthEast United all entered in this round. [1]

Pick # [5] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Pune City Kean Lewis [R3 trade 1] Forward
2 Goa Narayan Das Defender
3 NorthEast United Halicharan Narzary Forward
4 Mumbai City Balwant Singh Forward
5 Bengaluru FC Lalthuammawia Ralte [R3 trade 2] Goalkeeper
6 Delhi Dynamos Lallianzuala Chhangte Forward
7 Atlético de Kolkata Eugeneson Lyngdoh [R3 trade 3] Midfielder
8 Jamshedpur FC Mehtab Hossain Midfielder
9 Kerala Blasters Rino Anto Defender

Round 3 trades

  1. Atlético de Kolkata attempted to instant trade with Pune City for Lewis. Pune City rejected.
  2. Pune City attempted to instant trade with Bengaluru FC for Ralte. Bengaluru FC rejected.
  3. Kerala Blasters attempted to instant trade with Atlético de Kolkata for Lyngdoh. Atlético de Kolkata rejected.

Round 4

Chennaiyin entered in this round. [1]

Pick # [6] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Kerala Blasters Lalruatthara [R4 trade 1] Defender
2 Jamshedpur FC Souvik Chakrabarti Midfielder
3 Atlético de Kolkata Jayesh Rane [R4 trade 2] Forward
4 Delhi Dynamos Sena Ralte [R4 trade 3] Defender
5 Bengaluru FC Rahul Bheke [R4 trade 4] Defender
6 Mumbai City Arindam Bhattacharya Goalkeeper
7 NorthEast United Nirmal Chettri Defender
8 Goa Pronay Halder Midfielder
9 Pune City Lalchhuanmawia Defender
10 Chennaiyin Thoi Singh Midfielder

Round 4 trades

  1. Pune City attempted to instant trade with Kerala Blasters for Lalruatthara. Kerala Blasters rejected.
  2. Chennaiyin attempted to instant trade with Atlético de Kolkata for Rane. Atlético de Kolkata rejected.
  3. NorthEast United attempted to instant trade with Delhi Dynamos for Ralte. Delhi Dynamos rejected.
  4. Goa attempted to instant trade with Bengaluru FC for Bheke. Bengaluru FC rejected.

Round 5

Pick # [7] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Goa Chinglensana Singh Defender
2 NorthEast United Lalrindika Ralte Midfielder
3 Mumbai City Raju Gaikwad Defender
4 Bengaluru FC Harmanjot Khabra [R5 trade 1] Midfielder
5 Delhi Dynamos Seityasen Singh Midfielder
6 Atlético de Kolkata Keegan Pereira Defender
7 Jamshedpur FC Robin Gurung [R5 trade 2] Defender
8 Kerala Blasters Milan Singh Midfielder
9 Chennaiyin Bikramjit Singh Midfielder
10 Pune City Jewel Raja Midfielder

Round 5 trades

  1. Chennaiyin attempted to instant trade with Bengaluru FC for Khabra. Bengaluru FC rejected.
  2. NorthEast United attempted to instant trade with Jamshedpur FC for Gurung. Jamshedpur FC rejected.

Round 6

Pick # [8] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Pune City Nim Dorjee Tamang Defender
2 Chennaiyin Dhanachandra Singh Defender
3 Kerala Blasters Arata Izumi Midfielder
4 Jamshedpur FC Bikash Jairu Midfielder
5 Atlético de Kolkata Shankar Sampingiraj Midfielder
6 Delhi Dynamos Pratik Chowdhary Defender
7 Bengaluru FC Subhasish Bose Defender
8 Mumbai City Abhinas Ruidas Midfielder
9 NorthEast United Robert Lalthlamuana Defender
10 Goa Brandon Fernandes Midfielder

Round 7

Pick # [9] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Mumbai City Sahil Tavora Midfielder
2 NorthEast United Seminlen Doungel Forward
3 Goa Seriton Fernandes Midfielder
4 Pune City Isaac Vanmalsawma Midfielder
5 Chennaiyin Germanpreet Singh Midfielder
6 Kerala Blasters Subhasish Roy Chowdhury Goalkeeper
7 Jamshedpur FC Jerry Mawihmingthanga Midfielder
8 Atlético de Kolkata Anwar Ali Defender
9 Delhi Dynamos Vinit Rai Midfielder
10 Bengaluru FC Alwyn George Midfielder

Round 8

Pick # [10] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Bengaluru FC Lenny Rodrigues Midfielder
2 Delhi Dynamos Romeo Fernandes Midfielder
3 Atlético de Kolkata Hitesh Sharma Midfielder
4 Jamshedpur FC Shouvik Ghosh Defender
5 Kerala Blasters Jackichand Singh Midfielder
6 Chennaiyin Fulganco Cardozo Defender
7 Pune City Harpreet Singh Defender
8 Goa Pratesh Shirodkar Midfielder
9 NorthEast United Reagan Singh Defender
10 Mumbai City Aiborlang Khongjee Defender

Round 9

Pick # [11] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Chennaiyin Pawan Kumar Goalkeeper
2 Pune City Wayne Vaz Defender
3 Goa Naveen Kumar Goalkeeper
4 NorthEast United Ravi Kumar Goalkeeper
5 Mumbai City Sanju Pradhan Midfielder
6 Bengaluru FC Zohmingliana Ralte Defender
7 Delhi Dynamos David Ngaihte Midfielder
8 Atlético de Kolkata Robin Singh Forward
9 Jamshedpur FC Sairuat Kima Defender
10 Kerala Blasters Siam Hanghal Midfielder

Round 10

Pick # [12] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Kerala Blasters Lalthakima Defender
2 Jamshedpur FC Sanjiban Ghosh Goalkeeper
3 Atlético de Kolkata Rupert Nongrum Midfielder
4 Delhi Dynamos Sukhdev Patil Goalkeeper
5 Bengaluru FC Thongkhosiem Haokip Forward
6 Mumbai City Zakeer Mundampara Midfielder
7 NorthEast United Gursimrat Singh Gill Defender
8 Goa Mohamed Ali Defender
9 Pune City Kamaljit Singh Goalkeeper
10 Chennaiyin Keenan Almeida Defender

Round 11

Pick # [13] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Goa Jovel Martins Midfielder
2 NorthEast United Malemngamba Meetei Midfielder
3 Mumbai City Biswajit Saha Defender
4 Bengaluru FC Abhra Mondal Goalkeeper
5 Delhi Dynamos Mohammad Sajid Dhot Defender
6 Atlético de Kolkata Ashutosh Mehta Defender
7 Jamshedpur FC Farukh Choudhary Forward
8 Kerala Blasters Pritam Kumar Singh Defender
9 Chennaiyin Mohammed Rafi Forward
10 Pune City Baljit Sahni Forward

Round 12

Pick # [14] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Pune City Rohit Kumar Midfielder
2 Chennaiyin Dhanpal Ganesh Midfielder
3 Kerala Blasters Samuel Shadap Defender
4 Jamshedpur FC Sumeet Passi Forward
5 Atlético de Kolkata Augustin Fernandes Defender
6 Delhi Dynamos Rowilson Rodrigues Defender
7 Bengaluru FC Boithang Haokip Midfielder
8 Mumbai City Pranjal Bhumij Forward
9 NorthEast United Abdul Hakku Defender
10 Goa Amey Ranawade Defender

Round 13

Pick # [15] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Mumbai City Mehrajuddin Wadoo Defender
2 NorthEast United Fanai Lalrempuia Midfielder
3 Goa Anthony D'Souza Midfielder
4 Pune City Ajay Singh Midfielder
5 Chennaiyin Sanjay Balmuchu Midfielder
6 Kerala Blasters Loken Meitei Midfielder
7 Jamshedpur FC Yumnam Raju Defender
8 Atlético de Kolkata Ronald Singh Forward
9 Delhi Dynamos Munmun Lugun Defender
10 Bengaluru FC Collin Abranches Defender

Round 14

Pick # [16] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Bengaluru FC Joyner Lourenco Defender
2 Delhi Dynamos Arnab Das Sharma Goalkeeper
3 Atlético de Kolkata Kunzang Bhutia Goalkeeper
4 Jamshedpur FC Ashim Biswas Forward
5 Kerala Blasters Karan Sawhney Forward
6 Chennaiyin Francis Fernandes Midfielder
7 Pune City Gurtej Singh Defender
8 Goa Mohammed Yasir Defender
9 NorthEast United Gurpreet Singh Goalkeeper
10 Mumbai City Kunal Sawant Goalkeeper

Round 15

Pick # [17] ISL teamPlayerPosition
1 Chennaiyin Shahinlal Meloly Goalkeeper
2 Pune City Pawan Kumar Defender
3 Goa Bruno Colaço Goalkeeper
4 NorthEast United Sushil Meitei Midfielder
5 Mumbai City Lalchhawnkima Defender
6 Bengaluru FC Calvin Abhishek Goalkeeper
7 Delhi Dynamos Simranjit Singh Midfielder
8 Atlético de Kolkata Bipin Singh Forward
9 Jamshedpur FC Siddharth Singh Forward
10 Kerala Blasters Ajith Sivan Midfielder

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