Mumbai: Experienced footballers Sandip Nandy, Climax Lawrence, NP Pradeep and Steven Dias were among the home-grown stars picked on day two of the domestic players draft for the Indian Super League, here on Wednesday.
A total of 84 players were on offer in the two-day draft process that concluded on Wednesday. (ISL won't harm Indian football: Bhutia)
Former India goalkeeper Nandy was among the first from the second lot of 42 players to be chosen on Wednesday, by Kerala Blasters - a team co-owned by cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar and coached by successful ex-East Bengal coach Trevor Morgan. (Also read: Subrata Paul, Syed Rahim Nabi to play for Mumbai in ISL)