Karanjit Singh signs one-year contract extension with Kerala Blasters FC

Kerala Blasters FC have extended the contract of goalkeeper Karanjit Singh which will keep him at the club till the end of the 2022-23 season.

“I’m delighted to continue with Kerala Blasters. I hope to impart the knowledge I have earned through my experience to my teammates. I also look forward to getting on the field and helping the team win the cup this year, especially for the enthusiastic fans who encourage us in every step of the way,” said Karanjit Singh.

“Karanjit is a record holder participant among the ISL players. His professionalism and attitude is obviously why he has been successful during his long career. He is a great example to young players and that is why we need this kind of professionals in our team,” said Karolis Skinkys, Sporting Director, KBFC.

Previously, KBFC announced extensions of their players Bijoy Varghese, Jeakson Singh, Marko Leskovic and Prabhsukhan Gill.

The veteran footballer was roped in by the Blasters during the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22, as a replacement to Albino Gomes, who suffered an injury during the fourth match of the season.

Born in Punjab, Karanjit started playing football at the age of 15. In 2004, he joined JCT FC and spent the next 6 seasons with that club. He then moved to Salgaocar and won the 2010-11 I-League in his debut season.

Later, he was drafted by Chennaiyin FC in 2015 and played there till 2019, winning the Hero ISL title in 2015 & 2017-18. Towards the end of his stint at Chennaiyin FC, he handled the role of a goalkeeping coach. In 2021, Karanjit joined Blasters during the January transfer window.

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