Mohammad Abdus Sattar

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Mohammad Abdus Sattar (1925 – 23 April 2011) was an Indian footballer. He was also known as Madar Abdus Sattar

Abdus Sattar started his career with the Bangalore Muslim Club, before joining the Mohammedan Sporting Club in 1949.He signed for Mohun Bagan in 1950, winning the 1955 Rovers Cup with them

After winning the 1951 Asian Games,Abdus Sattar went on to play one match at 1952 Summer Olympics

After retiring from playing, Sattar coached Mohammedan Sporting Club and under his coaching, Mohammedan won the Calcutta Football League in 1981, which is also their last CFL title till date.

Sattar was the recipient of Mohun Bagan Ratna award in the year 2008.

Abdus Sattar died from pneumonia in Kolkata on 23 April 2011, at the age of 85. He had been suffering from dementia caused by Alzheimer’s

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