Jamshedpur FC have signed a multi-year contract deal with TP Rehenesh. The 28-year-old custodian played an important role for the club as they finished sixth at the ending of the season. He made 54 saves during the season and was one of the best players for the Men of Steel in the Indian Super League 2020-21.
Rehenesh started his football career playing in Kerala from a very young age also got entry into the Sports Authority of India.
He was loaned to NorthEast United FC in the inaugural season of the Indian Super League. Before that, he had already played 25 fixtures for two clubs in the I-League. Rehenesh played 12 matches during his ISL debut.
In ISL 2015, he signed in NEUFC and made 47 saves, which were the most by any goalkeeper that season. He also secured four clean sheets, the most by an Indian goalkeeper that campaign.
Later he was loaned to East Bengal from his parent club NEUFC for two seasons and played a total of 33 fixtures during his spell in the club. In 2019 Kerala Blasters signed him on a one-year deal.
Before joining JFC he had already played 163 matches, playing for 10 different clubs from ISL and I-League. With every single game, he played he gained a lot of experience.
Jamshedpur FC signed Rehenesh in September 2020, he kept 8 clean sheets in the season in his 19 appearances in the league.
JFC have never been to the playoff stage and head coach Owen Coyle will be looking forward to changing their playing style and strategies to rank higher in the upcoming seasons.
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