The 10th season of the Indian Super League, the top level of Indian football, will be the ISL 2023. Season 2023 will begin on September 21, 2023, and finish on March 31, 2024. The competition will include 12 clubs, including Punjab FC, who was promoted from the I-competition. The league champions will be eligible for the AFC Cup’s new name, the AFC Champions League. Here, we will discuss the Chennaiyin FC players list and salaries.
Players and their salaries list:
- Samik Mitra (Goalkeeper, ₹80 L, May 31, 2024)
- Debjit Majumder (Goalkeeper, ₹60 L, May 31, 2024)
- Lovepreet Singh (Goalkeeper, ₹40 L, May 31, 2024)
- Prateek Kumar Singh (Goalkeeper, ₹20 L, May 31, 2026)
- Narayan Das (Defender, Contract details not available)
- Aakash Sangwan (Left-Back, ₹1.6 Cr, May 31, 2024)
- Vafa Hakhamaneshi (Defender, Contract details not available)
- Fallou Diagne (Defender, Contract details not available)
- Gurmukh Singh (Centre-Back, Contract details not available)
- Md. Sajid Dhot (Centre-Back, Contract details not available)
- Ajith Kumar (Right-Back, ₹1 Cr, May 31, 2024)
- Monotosh Chakladar (Left-Back, Contract details not available)
- Md. Aqib (Right-Back, ₹20 L, May 31, 2023)
- Jiteshwor Singh (Defensive Midfielder ,₹1.8 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Cristian Battocchio (Central Midfielder ,₹2.8 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Sourav Das (Central Midfielder ,₹60 L ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Ayush Adhikari (Central Midfielder ,₹60 L ,May 31 ,2026 )
- Mohammed Rafique (Central Midfielder ,₹40 L ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Sajal Bag (Central Midfielder ,₹40 L ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Rafael Crivellaro (Attacking Midfielder ,₹1.4 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Vincy Barretto (Left Winger ,₹1.6 Cr ,May 31 ,2025 )
- Gulab Rauth (Left Winger ,₹20 L ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Jordan Murray (Right Winger ,₹2 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Ninthoi Meetei (Right Winger ,₹1 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Farukh Choudhary (Right Winger ,₹60 L ,May 31 ,2025 )
- Alexander Romario Jesuraj (Right Winger ,₹40 L ,May 31 ,2025 )
- Connor Shields (Centre Forwarder ,₹3.2 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
- Rahim Ali(Centre Forwarder ,₹1.6 Cr ,May 31 ,2024 )
Samik Mitra: Samik Mitra, an Indian professional football player who competes for Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League as a goalkeeper, was born on December 1st, 2000. In October 2017, Chennaiyin B signed Samik after he graduated from the AIFF Elite Academy.
Deborah Majumder: Debjit Majumder is a professional Indian football player who competes for ISL side ATK as a goalkeeper. He was born on March 6, 1988, in West Bengal, India. With Mohun Bagan, he won the I-League in 2014–15, earning the title of “Goalkeeper of the Year.”
Lovepreet Singh is an Indian weightlifter who participated in the 109-pound division at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. He won a bronze medal and set a new national record in the clean and jerk with 192 kg.
PRATEK K. SINGH: Prateek Kumar Singh, an Indian professional football player who competes as a goalkeeper for Indian Super League team Chennaiyin FC, was born on January 27, 2000. He started out in the I-League with the team Chennai City.
Fallou Diagne: Fallou Diagne is a Senegalese defender who plays professionally in football. He began his professional career in Dakar with Génération Foot before being hired by FC Metz in January 2007.
Sajid Dhot: M. Md. Sajid Dhot, an Indian professional footballer who was born on December 10, 1997, is a left-back for the Chennaiyin team in the Indian Super League. At St. Stephen’s Football Academy in Chandigarh, where Harjinder Singh served as his head coach, he started his football career.
Gurmukh Singh: The name Gurmukh Singh is used by a variety of people, including some well-known football players. However, without additional information, it’s challenging to give information to the right person.
Vafa Hakhamaneshi is an Iranian-born professional footballer who now plays as the center defender for Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League.
Aakash Sangwan: an Indian professional footballer who plays left defender for Chennaiyin FC in the Indian Super League, was born on October 28, 1995. At the St. Stephen’s Football Academy in Chandigarh, where Harjinder Singh served as his head coach, he began his football career.
Chennaiyin FC Coach:
Owen Coyle will serve as Chennaiyin FC’s head coach for the 2023–24 Indian Super League season. He has a multi-year contract with the team. Due to his prior success with Chennaiyin FC, Coyle is a well-known personality in Indian football. Prior to this, he had a successful eight-win record while leading the group to the 2019–20 ISL championship game. He has gained the admiration of the Chennaiyin supporters, who impatiently await his return, thanks to this accomplishment.
- Odisha FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, September 23, 2023, Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneshwar.
- NorthEast United FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, September 29, 2023, Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati.
- ATK Mohun Bagan vs. Chennaiyin FC, October 7, 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, Chennai.
- Hyderabad FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, October 23, 2023, Gachibowli Stadium, Hyderabad.
- Punjab FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, October 29, 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, Chennai.
- Goa FC vs. Chennaiyin FC on November 5, 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, Chennai.
- 25 November 2023: Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, Chennai; match between Chennaiyin FC and SC East Bengal.
- Kerala Blasters vs. Chennaiyin FC, November 29, 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kochi.
- Jamshedpur FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, December 7, 2023, JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur.
- Bengaluru FC vs. Chennaiyin FC on December 13, 2023 at Chennai’s Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium.
- Punjab FC vs. Chennaiyin FC, December 18, 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.
- Mumbai Football Arena, December 28, 2023: Mumbai City FC vs. Chennaiyin FC
For Chennaiyin FC, the 2023–24 Indian Super League (ISL) season carries potential as the Marina Machans enter a new era under the guidance of Owen Coyle. The two-time ISL Cup champions, who have now ended in eighth position for three straight seasons, have not lived up to their customary standards over the previous three seasons. Under Owen Coyle’s leadership, Chennaiyin FC last advanced to the postseason in the 2019–20 campaign. The Marina Machans couldn’t capitalize on their strength last season, despite showing glimmers of it. Although they played well in the attacking third, one of the key factors in their failure was star player injuries at critical points in the season. With the Scotsman back in charge, everyone at Chennaiyin FC is hoping to build on their success from last season and repeat their feats this year. Coyle is familiar with the area, but he will definitely need more time to develop Chennaiyin FC’s varied pool of potential.