Carlton Chapman the Former Indian Football Captain Passed away by Heart Attack


Carlton Chapman, the 49 aged former Captain dead on Monday by heart attack. He was admitted in hospital due to back pain on Sunday. Before his retirement he was one of the major midfielder in football.


He won 14 titles in football, he also participates in the first match of National Football League with his teammates I M Vijayan and Bhaichung Bhutia. He did his training in Tata Football Academy.

Some of his trophies are FC Kochi in 1997-1998, South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup in 1997. In 1993 he joined East Bengal and in 1995 he joined JCT Punjab based side. He won many trophies after joining with them.

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 In Asian cup Winners Cup he joined Kolkata club and against Al Zawra of Iraq. There he scored three goals in a match called hat trick and he become very famous for leading his team to win.

In 2001, He becomes the captain of the team and they won the National Football League title. Between the years 1995 to 2001 he played as a midfielder in football, later he retired from the professional Football.

After his retirement he worked as a coach for 6 years in TFA team. Then he becomes the manager of Royal Wahingdo in Shillong. In 2017 he was the technical director of Quartz FC in Kochi.

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