Syed Abdul Rahim

Syed Abdul Rahim

Are you Looking for Syed Abdul Rahim Age, Birthday, Height, Net Worth, Family, salary, Weight etc..Find the latest complete information on celebritynews.wiki. Syed Abdul Rahim was born on 17 August 1909 in Hyderabad, (then Hyderabad State), India. He is a teacher.

Bio/Wiki
Real Name Syed Abdul Rahim
Nickname(s) Rahim Saab, The Architect of Modern Indian Football, The Sleeping Giant, The Stan Cullis of India, The Indian Ferguson
Profession(s) Football Coach, Teacher
Famous For Coaching the Indian team to the semi-finals of the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Football Tournament
Personal Life
Date of Birth 17 August 1909
Birthplace Hyderabad, (then Hyderabad State), India
Date of Death 11 June 1963
Place of Death India
Age (at the time of death) 53 Years
Death Cause Cancer

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Zodiac sign/Sun sign Leo
Nationality Indian
Hometown Hyderabad, (then Hyderabad State), India
School Not Known
College/University Osmania University, India
Educational Qualification Graduate
Religion Islam
Food Habit Non-Vegetarian

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Girls, Affairs and More
Marital Status Married
Family
Wife/Spouse Name Not Known
Children Son– Syed Shahid Hakim (Former Olympic football and FIFA official)

 

Favourite Things
Favourite Football Team Hungary
Favourite Football Player(s)

 

Some Lesser Known Facts About Syed Abdul Rahim

  • Did Syed Abdul Rahim smoke?: Yes….
  • Did Syed Abdul Rahim drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • A sports lover since his childhood, Rahim was fascinated by football and had amazing football skills at such a young age.
  • He was not only good at academics, but also athletics and used to participate in his school’s sports events.
  • In the mid-1920s, football culture came to Hyderabad, which attracted a lot of youngsters including Rahim.
  • Later, he went on to play football for the Osmania University football team.
  • He started his career as a school teacher, but never left his first love “football” and was counted amongst the greatest players of Hyderabad from the 1920s to the early 1940s, when he used to play for ‘Qamar Club,’ one of the best teams in Hyderabad’s local league of that time.
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