ISL giants Kerala Blasters FC announced that Prasanth Karuthadathkuni has signed a two-year extension contract with them till 2023.
The 23-years-old Indian belongs to Kozhikode, Kerala. He started his athletic career as a runner and started playing football in 2008. Two years later in 2010, he represented the Kerala U-14 team. Finally, in May 2012, he appeared in the AIFF Regional Academy selection trials.
“I feel truly blessed, and grateful for this opportunity to continue at my home club for the next 2 years. I’ve faced a lot of challenges but I’m ready to give it my best during the next couple of years and play in front of the fans soon.”-Prasanth Karuthadathkuni
Prasanth is part of the Kerala Blasters FC squad, playing in the 7th season of the Indian Super League. He started two games as a part of the playing XI, and in the rest of the games, he was used as a substitute player for the club by their head coach Kibu Vicuña.
He gave his full efforts in every single match he played so far. His consistent gameplay as a winger will help him get a spot in the starting XI in the near future.
“Prasanth has been working really hard in training, has always given his best for the team when needed and I feel he deserves this new contract. He has been with the club for the last few years and knows what it means to play for a big club like Kerala Blasters. Looking forward to see him grow at the club.”-Karolis Skinkys
At present, the Tuskers are endeavoring to get back on track and rank up in the upcoming games.
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