(Last Updated on : 12/01/2015)
Chinadorai Sabeeth, better known as C. S. Sabeeth is an Indian Football Player
hailing from South Indian state, Tamil Nadu
. He came into fame when he was signed as the striker for 2014 Indian Super League
Early Life of C. S. Sabeeth
Chinadorai Sabeeth was born in Nilgiris District
in the South Indian state, Tamil Nadu. His father, Sathyan C.A. was an eminent Indian football player who used to play for the Nilagiri Police Team. He became a footballer because of his father.
Career of C. S. Sabeeth
In the year 2005 and 2006, C. S Sabeeth played for the Nilagiri Police Team, in the early years of his football life journey. C. S. Sabeeth played as a striker, in the year 2006. He became the highest scorer in the local league where his team were champions. He got a call from the U-19 Tamil Nadu Football Team and then Collin Toal gave him a chance in the Indian National Football Team of under-19.
He was in the team for the 2008 AFC Youth Championship qualification round held in Iran where C. S. Sabeeth played 5 matches and scored 1 goal against Pakistan Football Team.
C. S. Sabeeth with Viva Kerala
C. S. Sabeeth started his professional football career in Chennai
where he played for Indian Bank Recreational Club for 2 seasons before joining Viva Kerala where he played for 3 years.
In 2008 to 2009, Viva Kerala was in the I-League 2nd Division and got promoted to the I-League that year. In the final round, C. S. Sabeeth scored 3 goals. The next season, C. S. Sabeeth scored 13 goals for Viva Kerala. His team was in relegation zone and defeated Shillong Lajong
Football Club 2-1 to move out of the danger zone. In that match, C. S. Sabeeth scored the winning goal. However, C. S. Sabeeth had a very average season in 2010 to 2011 where he scored just 2 goals.
C. S. Sabeeth with Pailan Arrows
From 2011 to 2012, it was the footballing year of C. S. Sabeeth. C. S. Sabeeth signed for Pailan Arrows, another club in the I-League. During the 2011 Indian Federation Cup Sabeeth scored the second goal for Pailan in the 53rd minute against Mumbai F.C., the final score was 2-1. He then scored his first league goal for Pailan Arrows against Hindustan Aeronautics Limited S.C. on 2nd November 2011.
On 24th November 2011, C. S. Sabeeth scored another goal against Chirag United Club Kerala. Sabeeth scored the only Indian hattrick in 2011-12 I-League on 25th April 2012 on their 3-0 rout of Chirag United Club Kerala.
C. S. Sabeeth with Mohun Bagan Football Club
C. S. Sabeeth or Chinadorai Sabeeth had also finished as the 11th top scorer, and the top Indian scorer in the 2011-12 I-League, and this success meant that he was signed by the Mohun Bagan Athletic Club. In 2012-2013 I-League season with the Mohun Bagan Athletic Club
Football Team, Chinadorai Sabeeth scored 10 goals in 17 matches that he played.
C. S. Sabeeth in Indian National Football Team
On 9th March 2011, C. S. Sabeeth played his third match and scored his first goal for the Indian U-23 National football team against Myanmar U-23 in the 2012 Olympics Pre-Qualifier. After excelling in that match, C. S. Sabeeth was called into the Indian senior squad for the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup qualifiers. On 25 March 2011, C. S Sabeeth made his international debut for Indian Football Team against Turkmenistan Football Team.