The West Bengal footballer has played 106 matches in the ISL and has seven assists to his name. He has created 63 chances in his career so far and has developed himself into one of the best-attacking full-backs in the league.
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Commenting on the signing of Prabir Das, Karolis Skinkys, Sporting Director, Kerala Blasters, said, “Prabir Das comes into the squad with a wealth of title-winning experience. We expect his presence as a senior player to have a positive impact on the younger members of the squad, both on and off the field.”
“He has played with and against some of the best footballers in India across various tournaments and that knowledge combined with his skills should prove beneficial to the team. I wish Prabir all the very best, for the upcoming season,” he added.
An excited Prabir Das said, “The management communicated a very exciting vision for the brand of football that they want to play and how I fit into it. I am eager to play a big part in bringing success to the club & I am grateful to the owners and management for showing faith in me. I cannot wait to get started and be on the right side of the Yellow Sea at Kaloor going forward!”
Prabir becomes the second signing of the summer, following the transfer of Australian forward Jaushua Sotirio who was announced by the Kerala Blasters FC last week.
Prabir Das Career
Prabir Das, 29, who hails from West Bengal, is a journeyman Indian footballer. A product of the Pailan Arrows Youth Academy, Das had a breakthrough season with the Arrows in 2012-2013 following which, he moved to Dempo and then went on loan to FC Goa and erstwhile Delhi Dynamos in the inaugural editions of the Indian Super League. The right full-back then spent 7 years in Kolkata with ATK and ATK Mohan Bagan. Prior to his move to KBFC, Prabir was with Bengaluru FC.
Throughout his career, Prabir has lifted multiple titles across various national competitions including the Hero ISL (2016 & 2019-20), I-League (2014-15), Federation Cup (2015–16), and Durand Cup (2022). He has also represented the National Team at all age levels.