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Abhishek Suryavanshi is a big lesson for big spending Mohun Bagan

Abhishek Suryavanshi Mohun Bagan Super Giant youth development focus 2023-24

Maharashtra born 22-years-old, number 16 midfielder for Mohun Bagan Super Giant, Abhishek Dhananjay Suryavanshi is a big learning curve for the big spending Indian football giant Mohun Bagan Super Giant.

The emergence of the talented Indian midfielder Abhishek Suryavanshi for Mohun Bagan Super Giant is one of those stories that makes football so beautiful. Mohun Bagan Super Giant is one of the most strongest unit in the Indian football.

The team boasts of some of the best footballers playing in India. The likes of Dimitri Petratos, Liston Colaco, Manvir Singh were already making headlines for the Green and Maroon side. But before the start of the 2023-2024 season, Mohun Bagan decided to add further strength to its midfield with the addition of Anirudh Thapa and Sahal Abdul Samad, two players who regularly starts for the Indian national team. Add to that the inclusion of fan favourite Joni Kauko after the winter window.

The calibre that this midfield possess would any day make any young player fear about his position in the team. But, a young Abhishek Suryavanshi is writing a story that talks about his attitude.

Abhishek Suryavanshi, who has been a member of the Mohun Bagan youth team for long, has taken all the opportunities he has got with his both hands. Injuries to key players in midfield further helped the youngster get some crucial game time. And when he got any opportunity, boy he impressed. And now that he has established himself such in the Playing XI that he is keeping national team calibre midfielder Anirudh Thapa out of the team.

Anirudh Thapa is one of the big money signing of the season for the Mohun Bagan Super Giant, reportedly over crores to get the midfielder to play for the Green and Maroon. But Abhishek has pounced on every opportunities he got, be it injury to Sahal or Thapa or players away to the national team for the AFC Asian Cup and him getting the opportunity to feature regularly in the Super Cup as a result.

After this, all the Mohun Bagan fans would hope that this be a big learning curve for the club. The development of Abhishek Suryavanshi shows that rather than spending crores in just transfer fee for a player, if the club spends that same money into their youth development, some years later, the club will certainly get 5 players worth of that same money, some of whom would go on to become one of the best in Indian football.

Mohun Bagan Super Giant and Mumbai City FC are the two most financially strong team in the Indian football scenes and fans of both the clubs as well as fans of Indian football team would hope that these two clubs prefer spending more money on youth development than paying in transfer fees.

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