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Prasanta Dora, Former India Goalkeeper, Dies at 44 Due to Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

New Delhi, January 26: Former goalkeeper Prasanta Dora passed away aged 44 on Tuesday. Dora was suffering from Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) and he was admitted in a Kolkata hospital since December 28, reported

“We are deeply saddened by the untimely demise of former Mohun and Indian National team goalkeeper Prasanta Dora. He was part of Mohun Bagan in 2001 and then from 2003 to 05. His heroics under the bar helped #Mariners to win the 2003 IFA Shield,” Mohun Bagan’s official handle tweeted. How to Watch NorthEast United vs ATK Mohun Indian Super League 2020–21 Live Streaming Online in IST? Get Free Live Telecast and Score Updates ISL Football Match on TV in India.

During his player career, Dora represented Tollygunge Agragami, Calcutta Port Trust, Mohammedan Sporting, Mohun and East Bengal. He was also the goalkeeper when Bengal lifted back-to-back Santosh Trophy titles. For India, he made five in competitions such as SAFF Cup and SAF Games.

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