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Who was Subhash Bhowmick?

Subhash Bhowmick (2 October 1950 – 22 January 2022) was an Indian football player and manager. During his playing career, he represented the “Big Two” of Kolkata football, East Bengal and Mohun Bagan. 

He also represented India in various international tournaments between 1970 and 1985. He was popularly known as Bhombol in the football arena of the West Bengal.

Former India Footballer Subhas Bhowmick Dies At 72

Former India Footballer Subhas Bhowmick Dies At 72
Former India Footballer Subhas Bhowmick Dies At 72

Former India footballer Subhas Bhowmick died at a city hospital on Saturday following prolonged illness, sources in the medical establishment said.

Bhowmick (72), popularly known as ‘Bhombolda’ was hospitalised with diabetic problems and kidney ailments and died at around 3.30 am on Saturday, they said.

Bhowmick was a striker and played for East Bengal and Mohun Bagan and represented India in several international tournaments.

He was a successful football coach and had coached clubs like East Bengal, Mohun Bagan, Mohammedan Sporting, Salgaocar and Churchill Brothers.

Subhash Bhowmick Biography, Wiki

Subhash was on 2 October 1950 in English Bazar, Malda, West Bengal, India. Subhash’s age was 71 when he died. He did his school studies at a private Heritage School. He was a Professional professional footballer Striker.

He is also known for representing India in many international tournaments between 1970/1985. He died on 22 January 2022 in Ekbalpur, West Bengal, India at age 71. From the source, he was died by suffering from diabetes and kidney ailments prior.

In his Football playing career, he represented the “Big Two” of Kolkata football East Bengal and also Mohun Bagan. Subhash’ parents’ names were given below.

He was Play many Matches. He was don’t share his personal life on his Social Media Account. If you wanna his wife’s name, Subhash Bhowmick Ethnicity, Latest News then continue reading this article.

Subhash Bhowmick Biography Wikipedia
Subhash Bhowmick
Real NameSubhash Bhowmick
Nickname Subhash
Profession professional footballer Striker,
GenderMale
Marital Statusmarried
Wife NameNot Known
Physical Status 
Age71 Years (2021)
Height (Approx.)In Feet Inches – Not knownIn Centimeters – Not knownIn meters – Not known
Weight (Approx.)In Kilograms – Not knownIn Pounds – Not known
Body MeasurementNot Known
Eye ColourBalck
Hair ColourBlack
Shoe SizeNot Known
Personal Information
Date of Birth 2 October 1950
Birth PlaceEnglish Bazar, Malda, West Bengal, India
Zodiac signNot known
ReligionHindu
NationalityIndian
School NamePrivate High school
College NameNot known
QualificationsNot Known
Family Profile
Parents NameNot known
Sibling NameNot Known
Children’s NameNot Known
Career 
Source Of IncomePlay Football
Net Worth, Salary$ 5 Million Approx

Subhash Bhowmick Career

After retiring from active football in 1979, Subhas Bhowmick quickly switched to coaching. He made his debut as the coach of Mohun Bagan before joining East Bengal, where he became famous after guiding the red-and-golds to the ASEAN Cup title in 2003.

Bhowmick also coached East Bengal to successive National Football League titles and replicated the success with I-League giants Churchill Brothers as its technical director. His robust style and radical views earned him the title of ‘Jose Mourinho’ of Kolkata Maidan.

Mourning Bhowmick’s death, former India captain IM Vijayan said Indian football lost a gem on Saturday. “His death is a big loss to Indian football. He was my coach when I joined Mohun Bagan. I had a great relationship with him. 

“The last time I met him was during an event in Kolkata and we had a long chat about football and life. I even had once called him to coach in one of the academies in Kerala and he didn’t disappoint me,” Vijayan told Outlook. 

Subhash Bhowmick Controversy

On 2 December 2005, near Calcutta South Club, Bhowmick was caught red-handed and arrested by the police for a bribery case. Bhowmick was a superintend of Central Excise and was alleged for accepting a bribe of Rs 1.5 lakh from a businessman.

According to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), he had demanded the money from a Behala based businessman to settle his issue. In June 2018, the CBI Court found him guilty and sentenced Bhowmick to three years imprisonment. His career was also marred after the Corruption controversy.

Subhash Bhowmick FAQ’s

Who was Subhash Bhowmich?

Subhash Bhowmick (2 October 1950 – 22 January 2022) was an Indian football player and manager. During his playing career, he represented the “Big Two” of Kolkata football, East Bengal, and Mohun Bagan. 

How did Subhash Bhowmick die?

Former India footballer Subhas Bhowmick died at a city hospital on Saturday following prolonged illness, sources in the medical establishment said.

How old was Subhash Bhowmick?

Subhash Bhowmick died at 72.

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