Syed Abdul Rahim Age, Girlfriend, Height, Wife & More Facts

Syed Abdul Rahim

Syed Abdul Rahim (17 August 1909 - 11 June 1963), prominently known as Rahim Saab, was an Indian football trainer and director of the Indian public group from 1950 until his demise in 1963, and a previous player.[2][3][4] He is viewed as the modeler of current Indian football.[5] Basically an educator by profession,[6] he was a decent motivator[7] and his residency as a mentor is viewed as a "brilliant age" of football in India,[8] and under his stewardship he drove the Indian Football crew to win Gold decorations in Asian Games of (1951-Delhi and 1962-Jakarta), play semi-finals of the Summer Olympics (1956-Melbourne) making India the very first Asian country to accomplish this place,[9] come out on top for the championships of Colombo Cup for the long periods of (1952-Colombo and 1954-Calcutta and came sprinters up in Pestabola Merdeka (1959 KualaLumpur).[10]


Rahim was brought into the world on 17 August 1909 in Hyderabad, India.[11][12] In his initial years, he addressed the football crew of Osmania University, from where he did his graduation[13][14] and played for a group "Eleven Hunters" that was comprised of current and previous understudies of the college.[15]

After his excursion as an educator, Rahim got back to the school to finish his crafts degree. From there on, he filled in as the educator progressively in Kachiguda Middle School, Urdu Sharif School, Darul-ul-Uloom High School and Chaderghat High School.[15] He then, at that point, took a recognition in actual training and assumed responsibility for sports exercises in the last two schools he filled in as teacher.[15]

Rahim was an expert footballer for some time, as he had addressed Qamar Club, which was then viewed as probably the best group in the nearby league.[16] Rahim likewise played for the Dutch club HSV Hoek,[17] prior to proceeding to turn into a manager.[18]

In 1943, Rahim was chosen as the Secretary of the Hyderabad Football Association.[19] He likewise turned into the mentor of the Hyderabad City Police FC from 1943 until 1963.[20][21] Rahim's most memorable task as the mentor of India was to prepare the group that visited Ceylon in 1949.[15] Two years after the fact, India won the gold in their most memorable Asian Games in 1951.[22]

During Rahim's residency, the Indian football crew partook in a lot of success.[23] Apart from dominating the Asian matches in 1951 and 1962,[24] India likewise arrived at the semi-finals of the 1956 Melbourne Olympics which is as yet thought to be India's most noteworthy ever accomplishment in football.[25]

Rahim's last achievement was at the 1962 Asian games in Jakarta, where India proceeded to win gold, beating South Korea in the finals before a horde of 100,000.[26]

Strategies and style

Rahim is viewed as the best mentor India has at any point created, His residency is thought of as a "Brilliant age" of Indian football.[27] Rahim was an educator in his initial vocation and trained Hyderabad City Police FC,[28] which made him a severe slave driver and a decent strategist, using the accessible assets he make best out of it, in the process to further develop one-contact play he directed non-spilling and more vulnerable leg-(the players probably play with their more fragile foot) competitions. Rahim presented the exemplary 4-2-4 development in Indian football crew much before Brazil advocated it in the 1958 World Cup.[29]

At the point when Indian public mentor Alberto Fernando had gone to a studio in Brazil in 1964, he said:
 Syed Abdul Rahim Biography/Wiki
Real NameSyed 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 ForCoaching the Indian team to the semi-finals of the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Football Tournament
 Syed Abdul Rahim Personal Life
Date of Birth17 August 1909
BirthplaceHyderabad, (then Hyderabad State), India
Date of Death11 June 1963
Place of DeathIndia
Age (at the time of death)53 Years
Death CauseCancer
Zodiac sign/Sun signLeo
HometownHyderabad, (then Hyderabad State), India
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityOsmania University, India
Educational QualificationGraduate
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
 Syed Abdul Rahim Girls, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Wife/SpouseName Not Known
ChildrenSon- Syed Shahid Hakim (Former Olympic football and FIFA official)

Daughter- None
ParentsNames Not Known
 Syed Abdul Rahim Favourite Things
Favourite Football TeamHungary
Favourite Football Player(s)Gusztv Sebes, Robert Andrew Fruval

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