Former footballer Subhash Bhowmik is no more, India won bronze medal in Asian Games 1970


Former India Footballer Subhas Bhowmick Dies: Former India footballer Subhash Bhowmik is no more. He breathed his last at 3.30 am today. He was suffering from diabetes and kidney related ailments. He was undergoing treatment for a long time. Subhash Bhowmik was 72 years old. He was a forward line player in football. He took part in many matches for Mohun Bagan, East Bengal and India’s national team. His biggest achievement was winning the bronze medal in the 1970 Asian Games.

The Indian team won the bronze medal in the Asian Games in 1970. Subhash Bhowmik was part of this team as a striker. Along with this, he has also been a member of the Indian team that jointly won with South Vietnam in the Pesta Sukan Cup held in Singapore in 1971. He also has a bronze medal in the 1970 Merdeka Cup. He was also a member of the Indian team that toured Russia in 1971.

Subhash Bhowmik played 24 international matches for India’s national team. In this, he has 9 goals in his name. The hat-trick against the Philippines in the 1971 Merdeka Cup was his best performance till date.

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Subhash Bhowmik has also been a very successful coach. He was the coach of different football clubs for a long time. Subhash Bhowmik coached football clubs like East Bengal, Mohun Bagan, Mohammadan Sporting, Salgaokar and Churchill Brothers. On the death of Bhowmik, his fans are paying tribute to him through Twitter. Tributes have also been paid to him by many current and former Indian football players and the national team of India.

Manoj Tiwari, who left the cricket field and entered politics, has also paid tribute to this great footballer of India on the ‘Ku’ app. He wrote, ‘This is a big loss for the Indian football world. may your soul rest in peace. Your contribution to Indian football will never be forgotten.

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