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Played for East Bengal from and again in He scored 37 goals for the club being their highest scorer in , , and He was the captain of the Club in the very first year East Bengal was promoted to 1st Division. He played for Indians in , and vs Europeans. Played for East Bengal from and again from He scored 11 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in and Surya Chakravarty Inside Right.

He was captain of the Club in He scored 63 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in Joint , , , and Joint.

He played for Indians in , , , , and vs Europeans. Haran Saha Center Half. He played for the club from In he left the club and joined E. Railway because he got a job. However, he sacrificed his job and returned to the club in after the club was relegated in He stayed on till Dulal Guha Thakurta Forward. Played for East Bengal from , and He was captain of the Club in and He scored 24 goals for the Club.

He played for Indians in , , amd vs Europeans. Played for East Bengal from to He scored 36 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in He played for Indians vs Europeans in He scored 33 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in and Along with Lakshminarayan formed a lethal striking force for the Club. Played for East Bengal from to and again in He scored goals for the Club being their highest scorer from to He was the captain of the Club when it won the Calcutta Football League Championship for the first time in He was also member of the Club team which won the I.

Shield for the first time in and he had the distinction of scoring a goal in the final vs Police East Bengal won He was also member of the team in when the Club achieved the double for the first time. He played for Indians Vs Europeans in and Sunil Ghosh Inside Forward. Played for East Bengal in and from to being the Captain of the Club during He scored 97 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in He was member of the Club teams which registered its maiden triumph in Winning the League , I.

Shield and the Double He was selected to represent the Indians -vs- Europeans in , , and Along with Somana formed a lethal striking duo for the Club.

He was the highest scorer in the year with 21 Goals. His outstanding performance in helped the club to win 1st Div League and I. He also scored the only goal against Mohun Bagan in I. Shield Final in He also holds the record of scoring the maximum goals by an individual for East Bengal in a tournamement match when he scored 8 goals -vs- B. Railway in the First Round of Rovers Cup in East Bengal won which is also the record for the highest margin of victory by the Club in any tournament so far.

Overall he scored 47 goals for the Club having represented the same from to A play maker par excellence, he played for the club from - and he was the captain in He had an acute asthma problem but that could not deter his passion for the game. He overcame all problems by dint of his mental strength and rendered his best possible service to our club during his football career. Overall he scored 61 goals for the Club.

Paritosh Chakravarty Full Back. Reputed for his tackle and sturdy clearances. Played for East Bengal from to Eight years in a row and was the Captain of the Club in when the Club achieved the first double of winning the League and I. He was also the member of the team when the Club recorded its maiden victories in League and I.

He was also part of the team in when the Club won all the major tournamements of the country i. He played for Indians -vs- Europeans in , , and He was actively associated with Veterans Football after retirement.

In he scored 36 goals in the 1st Div League and made a record.

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In he scored 3 goals, - 6 goals and in apart from Calcutta League he scored another 6 goals in I. Salleh played for our club from to and was the captain in He also represented Indian Football team in and Olympic games. He scored 55 goals for the Club.

Participated in Olympic games for India. He played his total football career in our club from It was also under his captaincy that East Bengal beat F. The best Right Winger ever produced in India.

He was the captain in Overall he scored 81 goals for the Club being the highest scorer in This player from the newly formed country of Pakistan played for East Bengal for just a year in but what a display it was that that generation still remembers him with great admiration. Played from to and from to He was the highest scorer in 1st Div League in with 18 goals.

He was famous on the Calcutta Maidans as a specialist header. He scored goals for the Club being the highest scorer from to The finest footballer ever born in India. He was called the Magician of Indian Football - a total snake charmer. Played in our club from - and was the captain in He was also a member of India Football team in and Olympic games. He was elected the best forward of the millennium of our club.

He was an obsession with East Bengal fans. Just mentioning his name to the generation that saw him in action still gets them into an animated reverie. At eighty he still rides his scooter on the streets of Bangalore.

He scored 63 goals for the Club being their highest scorer in Hailing from North Bengal, he joined the Club in and represented them continuously till Seven years in a row.

It was during this period the club struck a purple patch and played outstanding football. It was a Golden era for the Club during which it won the League , , , I. Shield , , , Rovers Cup , D. Trophy and and Durand Cup and He was member of the Club team which toured Romania and Soviet Union in Roy Paltu Left Midfielder. Played for the club from - and represented Indian football team in Olympics.

He was the mid-field support to the Pancha Pandavs.

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Gokul Right Half Back. Played in the club from - and captained the team in He was the Back support to the Pancha Pandavs. He was one of the most indispensable players of the team during his career.

Played for East Bengal from - He hailed from Pakistan and was the first sub-continent Footballer to play professional league in England for a couple of years from