Sumanta Ghosh Death: How did he die?
Sumanta Ghosh, The ex-referee of FIFA Sumanta Passed Away. He was best known for being the referee in the pre-Olympic tournaments and pre-World Cup. Kolkata-based referee Sumanta died on 29 September, Thursday. He died due to a long illness. He took his last breath in his Kolkata residence.
70 years old Former FIFA Referee Sumanta Ghosh Cause of Death
For More details, He lived with his family in Kolkata, He had in his family, two sons and a wife.
Mr. Ghosh was born in Kolkata on 10 April 1952 and made his debut in FIFA as a referee in 1990. After 7 years he took retirement in 1997.
A Bengal human who is a referee said…”He was not keeping well for the past few days, and he breathed his last around 3 am this morning,”
Still, he was attached to refereeing as a referees’ instructor after his retirement. He was the AIFF match Commissioner. In his career, he did his referee job for the Jawaharlal Nehru Cup, SAFF Cup, pre-Olympics tournaments, and AFC Club Championships.
Mr. Kalyan Chaubey(All India Football Federation president) Said…
“It is really sad to hear that Sumanta-da is no more. He was a doyen of Indian refereeing and his invaluable contribution to the game will always remain with us. I share the grief with his family
Shaji Prabhakaran who is AIFF secretary general said…
“Sumanta Ghosh was a top-class referee, a learned Instructor and Match Commissioner. The football fraternity will miss him. May his soul rest in peace,”