Syed Sabir Pasha - Family History

Family History

Born in a middle-class football-loving family, Sabir's father Syed Siddiq Pasha was the main driving force behind his successful career. A footballer himself, Siddiq was the main inspiration behind Pasha to choose a career in soccer over cricket. Siddiq's brother Syed Raheem Pasha, commonly known as Peer was a renowned footballer of yesteryear, who played for Tamil Nadu state and ICF football teams.

Sabir's elder brother Syed Sadiq Pasha too is an excellent cricketer and footballer. In their school days in ICF Silver Jubilee both brothers used to play against each other as captains of rival teams. Healthy competition between the two helped enhance their skills in Football and cricket. Both Pasha brothers were born athletes which was evident when both ended up dominating in all the sports events in the school. Under the able guidance of their father and uncle, the Pasha brothers inherited their craft & guile and excelled in football from school days. Sadiq was a defender unlike Sabir (a winger) and was more into cricket. Sadiq took up a job with Customs&Central excise, and played as an outstanding defender for their football team. He also played cricket with some of the top teams in Chennai Cricket League. Apart from their other commitments, the brothers currently run a sports goods shop in Chennai.

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