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Friday, February 13, 2015

A FOOTBALLER FROM KOLAR GOLD FIELDS - LATE MR. M SUBRAMANI

LETTER RECEIVED FROM MAGESH SUBRAMANI 

Dear Mrs. Bridget
My father Mr. M. Subramani  (Late) was born and bought up in KGF  He lived in Nandydroog Mine, close to Nandydroog Club and Skating Rink. . He studied in KGF School and started playing foot ball from childhood. He represented KGF in various tournaments across India. He was part of the first Kolar District Football Team that was  inaugurated by then MD of Kolar Gold Fields Mr. J T M TAYLOR. His siblings too were footballers and created history of sorts when all 7 brothers represented a football team in KGF!
 He got an opportunity to play for the Railways when  he was playing in Trivandrum and he then  shifted base to Madras  and joined the Railways in 1965. He played number of matches for the Railways and Clubs in Madras. He represented various teams in a Career span of 25 years. He died on 30th March 1990 at the age of 54 years of Cardiac Arrest.

Pic 1: This pic was taken in kerala in early 50's at the age of 18.

Pic 2: He was also part first kolar district food ball team inaugurated by then MD of kolar gold fields Mr JTM TAYLOR. My father facing the camera standing next to the person wearing the cap.

Pic 3:This photograph was taken in vellore after defeating the madras team in the final.The person who his standing first in the top left was my dad's elder brother Mr M.Krishnasamy and next to him was my dad (both in jersey).

Pic 4:This photograph was taken in Trichy when he was playing for railways, my dad was sitting second from left.

Thanks & Regards
Magesh Subramani



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