J&K Lad & International Footballer Arun Malhotra To Mentor Dehradun Rangers  in USL; The Costliest Team Owned By Nazia  Izzudin



JAMMU, July 07: Arun Malhotra , Member J&K Sports Council , has been nominated as mentor of Dehradun rangers , the costliest team purchased  in Uttrakhand Super league (USL).

USL  is scheduled to take place from  9th July to 10th August across the five stadiums in Uttrakhand.

Arun Malhotra , the International Footballer and local lad , has achieved awards like State Award , Sher-e- Kashmir award  in his shining Football career and has represented prestigious Football clubs of India.

While speaking to Cross Town News , Arun said that Dehradun Rangers have selected three Footballers from J&K  namely Arun Nagayal , Karun Raina and Gagandeep Singh  to represent them in upcoming USL. Arun Malhotra is also the chief selector of the Dehradun Rangers.

Arun  revealed  to Cross Town News that , the main coach of Dehradun Rangers is Clebson Duarte from Brazil  and four foreign players  Enock (Ghana), Al-Hasan (Ghana), Demmy (Nigeria) , Al-Bala (Nigeria) are part of the team.

The team Dehradun Rangers is owned by  Nazia Izzudin, who belong to Kerala and is Gold Medalist in LLB , which  she did  from  prestigious Harvard University. She is President of SN group of Companies  and Founding President of World Integrity Centre India.

Arun said that owner of our team is very passionate about football , she is  trying her level best to develop the game in India and  there is a massive road show on 9th July , where many Bollywood personalities will be present  on the occasion.



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