C.K. Vineeth

Other names of C.K. Vineeth: Chekiyot Kizhakkeveettill Vineeth

CK Vineeth (Chekiyot Kizhakkeveettill Vineeth) is an Indian football player, who plays for for Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League. Born on 20th May 1988 in Kannur, Kerela, he is usually involved in the field as midfielder or winger. After completing his graduation from SN College, Kannur, he started focusing more on his football career. In 2011, he made his professional debut in the I-League for Chirag United Kerela. Over the years, he has played for various renowned football clubs like Chirag United Kerela, United Sports Club, Bengaluru FC, Kerela Blasters, and Chennaiyin FC. During the course of his International career which kicked off in 2013, he has made seven appearances for the Indian National Football team.

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Shiny Abraham

Shiny Kurisingal Abraham Wilson is a former Indian athlete. Born on 8th May 1965 in Thodupuzha, Idukki, Kerala, India she is working presently as general manager at the Food Corporation of India and is also the Indian team selector and a choice of government for the Selection Committee Board. Shiny developed her interest in athletics in childhood and since then went on focusing and improving her skills. She joined Kottayam where she has been coached by NIS coach PJ Devesla. Next, she moved to the GV Raja Sports School, Trivandrum to get further training from B Balachandran Nair. To expertise and become proficient in running she also got trained at Alphonsa college, Palai. Becoming the first Indian women who made to the semifinals of the Olympics, she also was the first to run 800 meters in less than two minutes at the Asian Track and Field Meet, New Delhi. Shiny has been a participant in the four Olympic Games held at Los Angeles in 1984, Seoul in 1988, Barcelona in 1992, and Atlanta in 1996. She was the captain of the Indian contingent in 1992, and has also officially presented India in three Asian games. Shiny has represented India for over 75 times and has brought all the three medals and various awards for the country. She received a total of 18 gold medals and 2 silver medals from the competition of South Asian Federation in which she participated seven times. The awards that she has received include The Arjuna Award (1984), Chinese Journalist Award (1991), Padma Shri and Birla Award in 1998. She was honored by the UNICEF (2002), has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from CNN IBN (2009), from JFW Achievers and Sun Networks in 2012. Shiny Abraham is married to the very famous international swimmer Wilson Cherian in 1988, who has also won Arjuna Award and is presently working as an assistant sports officer, Chennai. They have three children who are Shilpa, Shane, and Sandra.

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Sahal Abdul Samad

Sahal Abdul Samad is an Indian football player. He is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for the Indian National Team and Kerala Blasters. Samad began his club career with the substitute side of Kerala Blasters during the 2017–18 season. He soon got promoted to the senior team for which Samad played two matches in the same season. Samad became an important part of the Kerala franchise. Despite his club's disappointing campaign, Samad enjoyed his successful season and went ahead to win the Indian Super League’s Emerging Player of the Season. Furthermore, in that same year, he was announced as the All India Football Federation’s Emerging Player of the Year. Samad scored his first senior club goal in a home ground game against Chennaiyin FC on February 15th, 2019 at Kochi. On May 11th, 2019, Samad signed an extension contract with Kerala Blasters which associated him to the franchise till 2022. He started his national career against Curaçao in the Kings Cup 2019. Samad has been selected for India Under 23 football team for the AFC U-23, 2020 Championship Qualifiers. Samad began his career on March 11th, 2019 against Qatar Under 23 in a friendly match ahead of the AFC U-23, 2020 Championship Qualifiers. Samad was selected in the preliminary group of the senior team in the AFC Asian Cup 2019, but can't make into the final squad. During May 2019, he was selected in the squad for the 2019 King's Cup. He began his career on June 5th, 2019 in a 3–1 defeat against Curaçao in the 2019 King's Cup.

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