4. Renedy Singh
Potsangbam Renedy Singh is a former Indian football player and captain of the Indian national team. Renedy was one of the most underrated midfielders of his time. Renedy along with Sunil Chettri were the backbone of the JCT squad, as they guided the club to Second place in National Football league 2006/07 and Third place in I-league 2007/08.
The TFA Academy (Jamshedpur) graduate signed his first professional contract with East Bengal in 1997. In 1998, at the age of 19 he got his International call up, thanks to his skillful performances in midfield for Kolkata giants. In 2000 he was handed a contract by Mohun Bagan and it was inarguably the best stage of his career as he helped the Mariners to win the 2001/02 National League title.
He was the best free kick taker in the country and his ability to cross the ball with both feet made him formidable and a mainstay in the International team too. Later he joined Chirag United but due to injuries he saw a slight dip in his form. However he continued to play well for the international team. His career revived after joining JCT football club in 2005 and finished second with the club in NFL 2006/07. He played for East Bengal again for two years representing the club 45 times and scored 10 times too.
In 2011, he signed for Baichung Bhutia owned United Sikkim club and played for them for one year. His last club was Kerala Blasters and he was sent on loan to Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia by Blasters.He represented India from 1998 to 2011 and he played a vital role for blue tigers during Nehru Cup 2007 and 2008 AFC Challenge Cup.