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Place of birth
  
Playing position
  
Defender

Name
  
Samad Allapitchay

1968-1981
  
Singapore

Years
  
Team


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Samad Allapitchay (born 1950) is a former Singapore national football team captain who played for National Football League sides Geylang International and Tampines Rovers, and the Singapore Lions in the Malaysia Cup as a centre-back.

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Samad was known as a hard-tackling, no-nonsense defender with a penchant for bulldozing his way from defence to attack. He was once dubbed "The Rock of Gilbratar" by his national team coach Mick Walker.

Personal life

Samad is married to Norizan Aljunied. His youngest son is Tampines Rovers and Singapore international defender Shariff Samat.

Club

Singapore Lions

  • Malaysia Cup: 1977, 1980
  • References

    Samad Allapitchay Wikipedia