Sports Personalities of Jammu and Kashmir

Sports Personalities of Jammu and Kashmir

1. Ishfaq Ahmed (born 17 March 1983) is a retired Indian
professional footballer who is now working as the assistant coach for
the Kerala Blasters FC in the Indian Super League. He also served
as an assistant coach with the Jamshedpur FC. Ahmed is one of two
professional footballers, along with Mehrajuddin Wadoo, to come
from Jammu and Kashmir who has represented country & He has
played for many clubs in India’s I-League and the Indian Super
League, including Dempo, Mohun Bagan, Salgaocar, East Bengal,
Mohammedan, Kerala Blasters, Pune F.C., Jamshedpur and Mumbai
F.C.. He has also won the league title while also winning domestic
cups such as the Federation Cup and Durand Cup.
2. Mehrajuddin Wadoo (born 12 February 1984) is a former Indian
football player and is the current assistant coach of the Hyderabad
FC. During his playing days, Wadoo played for clubs such as Mohun
Bagan, East Bengal, Salgaocar, Pune City, Chennaiyin, and Mumbai
City. He also represented the India national team from 2005 to 2011.
3. Mithun Manhas (born 12 October 1979) is an Indian first-class
cricketer who played for Chennai Super Kings as an all-rounder. A
righthanded batsman, he also bowls right-arm offbreak and can keep
wicket. V irat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore have now hired
all-rounder Mithun Manhas as their assistant coach for IPL 12.
Speaking to EXCELSIOR, Manhas asserted the desire to win the IPL
title this time around. “We are looking forward for winning the IPL title
this season” He is a player in the Indian Premier League represented
the Delhi Daredevils. In the fourth season of IPL he was contracted
for US$260,000 by Pune Warriors. In the seventh season of the
Indian Premier League, he was contracted by the Chennai Super
Kings. In September 2015, Manhas joined Jammu and Kashmir
cricket team for 2015– 16 Ranji Trophy season. In February 2017,
Manhas was appointed assistant coach of Indian Premier League
side Kings XI Punjab. Manhas has been the captain of the delhi side
for most of the new millennium. He was at the helm when Delhi
ended their championship drought in 2007-08, although Gambhir led
the side in the semi-final and final. He scored 921 runs in that firstclass
season at 57.56. Mithun is an experienced campaigner and
occupies fourth spot in the list of highest rungetters in First Class
cricket with 8554 runs. The three cricketers who sit above him in the
standings are Wasim Jaffer (11225), Amol Muzumdar (9202) and
Devendra Bundela (9201).
4. Parveez Rasool Zargar (born 13 February 1989) is an Indian
cricketer who plays as an allrounder for Jammu and Kashmir. A righthand
batsman and offbreak bowler, Rasool is the captain of the
Jammu and Kashmir team and a regular member of India A. He was
bought for ¹ 95 lakh (US$140,000) by the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the
2014 IPL auction. Rasool was the first cricketer from Jammu and
Kashmir to have played in The IPL. Rasool received his maiden callup
for the national team in 2013 for the Zimbabwe tour. Rasool finally
represented the national team against Bangladesh on 15 June 2014
at Mirpur. Parveez Rasool got his first chance to play his maiden T20
against England in 2017 where he dismissed Eoin Morgan and got
his first T20 International wicket.
5. Shubham Pradeep Khajuria (born 13 September 1995) is an
Indian cricketer who plays for Jammu and Kashmir cricket team. He
is a righthanded opening batsman. He played for the India Under-19
cricket team in 2013, becoming only the second cricketer from
Jammu and Kashmir to do so.
6. Chain Singh (born 5 April 1989) is an Indian sport shooter. He
won the Bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games in the men’s 50m
rifle 3 positions event. He won an individual Gold medal in the 7th
Asian Airgun championship Kuwait. He won six Gold medals, three in
individual events and three in team events, in the 2016 South Asian
Games.

Post a comment

0 Comments