List of Pune F.C. players

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The List of Pune F.C. players is evolving. The history of the team is created by its players.

Pune F.C.[1] is an Indian football club at Pune in the state of Maharashtra.[2]

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Pune team members, 2008
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2012 teamEdit

There are 26 men on the 2012 team.[5]

GoalkeepersEdit

DefendersEdit

MidfieldersEdit

StrikersEdit

Related pagesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. FC is an acronym. FC stands for "Footbal Club".
  2. Soccerway.com, Pune FC; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  3. "Pune FC sign South Sudan striker James Moga," Times of India, June 23, 2012; FIFA.com, James Moja Archived 2012-11-12 at the Wayback Machine; retrieved 2012-7-7.
  4. Soccerway.com, M. Shivananju; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 Pune F.C., Senior Team; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  6. Soccerway.com, S. Pal; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  7. Soccerway.com, K. Kumar; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  8. Soccerway.com, W. Chika; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  9. Soccerway.com, G. Kumar; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  10. Soccerway.com, O. Tabia; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  11. "Douhou wins top honours in Pune FC awards night," Times of India. April 29, 2012; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  12. Soccerway.com, L. Fernandez; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  13. Soccerway.com, A. Hassan; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  14. Soccerway.com, A. Izumi; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  15. Soccerway.com, P. Shivalkar; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  16. Soccerway.com, M. Singh; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  17. Soccerway.com, S. Venkatesh; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  18. Soccerway.com, M. Keita; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  19. Soccerway.com, J. Lalpekhlua; retrieved 2012-7-6.
  20. Soccerway.com, S. Singh; retrieved 2012-7-6.

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