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  • archakarchak 2075 PointsU23 Olympian
    Interseting player but not scoring much recently
  • AdminAdmin 236 PointsU16 International
    Year : 1990 - 2012
    Place of Birth : Ooty
    Position : Striker
    Nickname : CS
    Team Played for : Viva Kerala, Pailan Arrows

    He was just 13 years old when he fell in love with the Beautiful Game. There were ample reasons for that. At that time, a plethora of star footballers had made it big from ‘God’s Own Country.’ There was the late VP Sathyan, the mercurial I M Vijayan, the omnipresent Pappchan and the talented Jo Paul Ancheri who had already made it big. Born in Ooty, Sabeeth watched them in front of his eyes and dreamt of staying true to tradition.
    “I was studying in 8th standard at Government Secondary School, Ooty, when the sport first appealed to me. I watched my father (C. Sathyan) play. He was a player with Tamil Nadu Police. He was the main source of motivation,” says Sabeeth who is currently a part of the Pailan Arrows participating in the I-League.
    Sabeeth, often touted as the next big thing from Kerala first caught the eye when he played for the India U-19 National Team. Ask him about his future and the 21-year old striker will tell you that his dream stays to play in England. But before doing that he wants to cement his place in the Indian Senior team. “I need to score goals. I need to score regularly,” he adds.
    The Liverpool fan stays a die-hard fan of French striker Thierry Henry. But Bhaichung Bhutia inspires him more. “Bhaichung has been a role model for the present generation. He was deadly in the box,” he comments.
    “But I don’t want to emulate anyone. I like to be myself. I just want to score goals and be remembered as someone who played for the country and played a part in taking Indian football to the next level.”

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  • projenatorprojenator 26 PointsAmateur Footballer
    The only positive I see of him as of now is his "never say die" indefatigable spirit. He runs a lot, tries to snatch balls when the opponent is in possession. He needs to seriously work on his dribbling, dodging and shooting skills.
  • ashindiaashindia 4510 PointsU23 Olympian
    Year : 1990 - 2012
    Place of Birth : Ooty
    Position : Striker
    Nickname : CS
    Team Played for : Viva Kerala, Pailan Arrows

    He was just 13 years old when he fell in love with the Beautiful Game. There were ample reasons for that. At that time, a plethora of star footballers had made it big from ‘God’s Own Country.’ There was the late VP Sathyan, the mercurial I M Vijayan, the omnipresent Pappchan and the talented Jo Paul Ancheri who had already made it big. Born in Ooty, Sabeeth watched them in front of his eyes and dreamt of staying true to tradition.
    “I was studying in 8th standard at Government Secondary School, Ooty, when the sport first appealed to me. I watched my father (C. Sathyan) play. He was a player with Tamil Nadu Police. He was the main source of motivation,” says Sabeeth who is currently a part of the Pailan Arrows participating in the I-League.
    Sabeeth, often touted as the next big thing from Kerala first caught the eye when he played for the India U-19 National Team. Ask him about his future and the 21-year old striker will tell you that his dream stays to play in England. But before doing that he wants to cement his place in the Indian Senior team. “I need to score goals. I need to score regularly,” he adds.
    The Liverpool fan stays a die-hard fan of French striker Thierry Henry. But Bhaichung Bhutia inspires him more. “Bhaichung has been a role model for the present generation. He was deadly in the box,” he comments.
    “But I don’t want to emulate anyone. I like to be myself. I just want to score goals and be remembered as someone who played for the country and played a part in taking Indian football to the next level.”

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    WTF did/will he retire in 2012 ??? seriously AIFF makes embarrassing mistakes <!-- s:violence-smack: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/violence/smack.gif" alt=":violence-smack:" title="Smack" /><!-- s:violence-smack: -->
  • The only positive I see of him as of now is his "never say die" indefatigable spirit. He runs a lot, tries to snatch balls when the opponent is in possession. He needs to seriously work on his dribbling, dodging and shooting skills.

    He has great shooting and dribbling though, I saw that with then Viva Kerala last season. He lost that though this season because Pailan dont use there midfield that often (from what I hear). I think CS Sabeeth will leave Pailan after this season and join one of the promoted teams. Hopefully not United Sikkim FC.
  • usaindiausaindia 1537 PointsU19 International
    latest edition of barefoot magazine has good article on sabeeth along with his full name <!-- s:dance: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/eusa/dance.gif" alt=":dance:" title="Dance" /><!-- s:dance: -->
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  • AdminAdmin 236 PointsU16 International
    So, its Chirachal Satyan Sabeeth
  • thebeautifulgamethebeautifulgame Durgapur,India12493 PointsAmateur Footballer
  • usaindiausaindia 1537 PointsU19 International
    i mentioned before also,he needs to stick with smaller club like real kashmir,he made money ,now play to improve
    indian_gooner
  • mohammed_87hassanmohammed_87hassan Chennai7595 PointsAmateur Footballer
    It's problem with most Indian players 
    when they have 1 good season they don't try to establish themselves rather prefer playing for big clubs straight away hence their progress gets stalled
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