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  • gopiajeeshgopiajeesh Kerala654 Points
  • indian_goonerindian_gooner 3452 Points
    rudra wrote: »
    oh ok.<div><br></div><div>is George Alwyn from mallu family as well?</div>

    <br><div><br></div><div>until he becomes quite famous , we can't say </div> :)
  • lithinthomaslithinthomas 237 Points
    possibly a mallu...bcz......2nd name 'George' is a common name in kerala....
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points
    rudra wrote: »
    oh ok.<div><br></div><div>is George Alwyn from mallu family as well?</div>

    <br><div><br></div><div>alwyn is from nagpur if i am not wrong</div>
  • lithinthomaslithinthomas 237 Points
    From Nagpur is okie according to
  • gopiajeeshgopiajeesh Kerala654 Points
    may be a mallu family settled in Nagpur ??<br>
  • lithinthomaslithinthomas 237 Points
    SBT defender T.Sajith named as Kerala Footballer of the Year. Well deserved.
  • All India Football Federation conducted one day seminar on Centralized Registration System today the Monday 6th January 2014 at Kerala Football Association Conformance Hall at JN Stadium Kaloor. Cochin. Mr. Sujesh Rajan FIFA TMM senior Manager and Mr. Sankalp Pujari, Asst: Manager TMM Registration conducted the seminar. KFA General Secretary Mr. P Anil Kumar inaugurated the Seminar. Representatives for the South Zone states participated in the seminar. Mr. N V Thiyagachathan from Tamilnadu FA, Mr. R, Pakani from Podicherry FA, Mr. Thyagaraj from Karnataka FA, Mr, Giridhar from Andhra Pradesh FA, Mr.Anil Kumar and Michael Andrews from KFA were the participants.
  • (As reported in New Indian Express)

    ‘The New Indian Express’ Goal initiative to promote football at college level scripted a new chapter in its nascent history when the final round of Goal-2014 was kicked off in the floodlit Sacred Heart College ground on Sunday.

    “Goal-2014 has been one of the best tournaments organised in the state for the past couple of years,” said Kerala Football Association general secretary P Anil Kumar, who was in attendance to watch the opener.

    The football fever was on hours before the ball got rolling. Football enthusiasts thronged in fair numbers to the stadium for the final round of the inter-state collegiate tournament where eight teams qualified from the previous matches, held in Koyilandy and Tiruvalla, will vie for the winner’s trophy. Minister for Food and Civil Supplies Anoop Jacob inaugurated the final round of the tournament on Sunday evening. He appreciated the efforts of ‘The New Indian Express’ in organising a unique college-level football tournament annually.

    “We have talented sportspersons in our state. But what we lack, perhaps, is encouragement,” he said.

    Kerala Congress Ernakulam district president Vincent Joseph, former international footballer Xavier Pius, former Santosh Trophy star Blassey George and Ernakulam District Football Association joint secretary P K Dileep Kumar attended the inaugural function.

    Two stalwarts of Indian sports stood face to face before the goal post in an informal kick-off event. Olympian and Arjuna Award winner Mercy Kuttan took a penalty kick against P Anil Kumar, who stood as goalie, and defended it diligently. With this, the final lap of the tournament, and the football frenzy, was kicked off.

    Match commissioner Michael Andrews controlled the ball play. V M Hamid, who has been conducting C H Mohammed Koya Tournament for the past 30 years, said the floodlit ambience drew more crowds. “It is a different feel for the tournament as it is being conducted at night. It has also drawn more audience to the ground,” he said.

    In the two matches played, Thumba St Xaviers’ College won against Thrissur Kerala Varma College for an unreturned single goal, while the match between Mar Athanasius and Payyannur College was 2-2 draw. “The players delivered more than what we would expect from average college players. In the first match, though Kerala Varma played well, Thumba played extremely well,” said former Santosh Trophy star T A Jafar.

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