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Mahesh Gawli is a former Indian professional footballer who played as a defender. He was born on 23 January 1980 in Goa, India. He started his career with the local club Salgaocar in 1998 and went on to play for several clubs in India, including Dempo, East Bengal, Mahindra United, and Mumbai FC. He also represented India at the international level, making his debut in 2002. Gawli was part of the Indian team that won the 2007 Nehru Cup and the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup. He was also part of the Indian team that reached the semi-finals of the 2011 AFC Asian Cup. Gawli retired from professional football in 2014 and is currently the assistant coach of the Indian Super League side Mumbai City FC. Gawli is married to his wife, Shilpa, and has two children. He is currently 44 years old.
|44 years old
|23 January, 1980
|Panaji, Goa, India
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Mahesh Gawli Height, Weight & Measurements
At 44 years old, Mahesh Gawli height is 1.78m .
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Gawli was born in Goa and began playing football at 8. Gawli’s talent was immediately spotted by the coaches at all age groups. He was a member of the Goa U-12 team that lost against Japan U-12 in 1991–92. He then joined the famed Tata Football Academy.
He announced his retirement on 26 December 2011, almost 2 weeks after winning the 2011 SAFF Championship with India.
After a successful three-year stint with the East Bengal, it was time for Mahesh to find his place in Mahindra United team. It was under Mahindra Coach David Booth that Gawli displayed his finest brand of football. He helped Mahindra win the NFL, Indian Federation Cup, Mumbai Football League and the IFA Shield and was part of the team that participated in the 2007 AFC Cup and went on to reach the last eight stage. Gawli won the best defender award in the 10th NFL for his stellar performances in Mahindra United colors.
Then it was like a homecoming for Mahesh as he moved from Mahindra to Dempo S.C. in 2007 and has become a pillar of strength in Dempo’s defense. Gawli has won two I-League titles with Dempo and is a regular starter for the club and forms a formidable partnership with another India international Samir Naik. He helped Dempo reach the semi-finals of 2008 AFC Cup and the pre-quarters in 2011 AFC Cup.
Gawli first tasted the National League success in 2003–04 season after moving into the East Bengal. He was also a member of the East Bengal team that won the prestigious 2003 ASEAN Club Championship in where he also scored a goal against Philippine Army F.C.. East Bengal completed a treble that season by winning the Kolkata League crown as well.
Mahesh has been representing India since 2001. With India, he won the LG Cup and several SAFF Cups. He was part of the historical Nehru Cup International Football Tournament 2007 win in which he was the man of the match in the final against Syria. He was also an important part of the victorious India team at the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup.
He stayed there at Churchill for three consecutive seasons from 2000–2002 and won the Goa Professional League thrice with them. He also helped them secure the Runners-up medals in the 2001–02 season of National Football League (India) before moving on to Kolkata biggies East Bengal.
Gawli started his career at FC Kochin where he joined in 1998 after graduating from Tata Football Academy and won the Kerala League with them before moving on to Churchill Brothers.
He represented India in the AFC U-16 Championship in 1996 held in Thailand and was included in the Asian All Star U-16 team. Gawli soon made his international debut in the pre-Olympic qualifier against Thailand in 1999 and cemented his place in the Indian team.
Mahesh Gawli (born 23 January 1980) is a former Indian footballer who played as a defender.