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We achieved so much under Prashant Agarwal, here is a list

Delhi Dynamos announced on Friday, that the club's president Prashant Agarwal is departing from the club, Lions and we the fans will always remember for what we achieved under him.

 

Here is a list of things which changed after his introduction to the club in ISL 2

 

1-  Clubs Crest 

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This was the change which everyone was glad happened, from a boot to a powerful Lion, if there was a title of best club crest amongst ISL teams I'm sure Delhi Dynamos FC to have won it.This changed the way we fan saw the club and it showed in the attacking game of the team as well.

 

 

2-  Jersey 

 

 

The jersey was totally changed from a dark orange jersey which represented the alliance with the Dutch giants Feyenoord dissolved along with the partnership. It was replaced with white which was inspired from the iconic Taj Mahal.


 

 

 

 

 

3- Legends

 

After having signed the Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero in the inaugural season of ISL, Delhi took a step further by signing not one but three legendary players at once. Having the likes of Roberto Carlos, Florent Malouda, and John Arne Riise attracted lots of crowd to the Den.   



 

 

4- Coach

Under Prashant Agarwal, Delhi signed Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos in the second season which saw the team qualify for the semifinals with ease, and then in the next season Italian legend Gianluca Zambrotta stepped up to replicate Roberto's achievement in a style which we had never seen before in ISL.   

 

 

5- Fans Support

 

The second season saw the cut down of ticket pricing which helped in getting more fans in the stadium and increased the average attendance from 15000 to 19000+, though the prices were increased in the third season but it didn't affect the fans and they flocked in for every home match.







Goodbye President
After giving his two years of dedication to the club, Prashant says goodbye, I remember in the second season, he used to come to the stands manually every matchday just to check if everything was going well. His dedication to the club was impressive, he will surely be missed in the Den.

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