2005–06 Santosh Trophy

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2005-2006 Santosh Trophy
60th Senior National Football Championship
Country  India
Teams 32 [1]
Champions Goa (4th title)
Runners-up Maharashtra
Matches played 52
Goals scored 198 (3.81 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Fredy Mascarenhas (9)[2]
Best player Nicholas Rodrigues[3]
← 2004–05

The 2005–06 Santosh Trophy (known as the 60th Air India Express Santosh Trophy 2005–06 for sponsorship reasons)[4][5] was the 60th edition of the Santosh Trophy. The tournament was held from 4 to 21 November 2005 in Kerala.[6][7]

Goa won the Santosh Trophy 2005–06 for the fourth time after defeating Maharashtra in the 2005 final at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi[8][9][10] after 15 years.[3] Host Kerala claimed third spot after defeating Punjab.[11]

Teams[edit]

Automatically Qualified to the Group Stage[edit]

30 States / UT teams of India along with Services and Railways with total of 32 teams participated in the tournament The defending champions Kerala, runners-up Punjab along with last year's losing semi-finalists Services and Manipur receive automatic qualification into the Quarter-final stage.[8][12]

Teams directly Qualified for Quarter Finals
Kerala
Punjab
Services
Manipur

Qualification Round Entry[edit]

Cluster I Cluster II Cluster III Cluster IV Cluster V Cluster VI Cluster VII Cluster VIII
Uttar Pradesh Delhi Maharashtra Assam Tamil Nadu Karnataka Goa West Bengal
Uttarakhand Bihar Orissa Railways Jharkhand Chandigar Tripura Mizoram
Madhya Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Chhattisgarh Gujarat Haryana Rajasthan Nagaland
Meghalaya Pondicherry Rajasthan Andhra Pradesh
Legend
Team that qualified for the pre-quarters
Teams that are eliminated

[8][12]

Stadiums and Locations[edit]

Location of stadiums in Santosh Trophy 2005–06
Stadium Location Capacity Matches
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi Kochi 60,000[13][14] Final, semi-finals and quarter-finals
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Kozhikode Kozhikode 53,000 [15][16] Qualifying rounds
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium Thiruvananthapuram 25,000[17] Qualifying rounds
Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Ground Udyogamandalam Quarter-finals
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, hosted the Semi-finals and Final

Qualifying Rounds[edit]

Qualifying round held from 4 to 10 November at the venues Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram and Municipal Corporation Stadium, Kozhikode.[4][8][18] 28 teams participated in qualifying rounds for Quarter final berth.[19]

Cluster I - Calicut[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Uttar Pradesh 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 6
Uttarakhand 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3
Madhya Pradesh 2 0 0 2 2 4 -2 0

Madhya Pradesh1 – 2Uttarakhand
Praveen Nair Goal 27' Report Sidharth Thapa Goal 13'
Kundan Kanwal Singh Goal 15'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Uttar Pradesh2 – 0Uttarakhand
Shamshi Raza Goal 31'
Amit Singh Goal 62'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Madhya Pradesh1 – 2Uttar Pradesh
Anuj Pratap Singh Goal 90+' Report Bhuvan Krishna Joshi Goal 67'84'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Cluster II - Thiruvananthapuram[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Delhi 2 2 0 0 10 0 +10 6
Bihar 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3
Himachal Pradesh 2 0 0 2 0 10 -10 0

Delhi7 – 0Himachal Pradesh
Praveen Rawat Singh Goal 10'59'87'89'
Sumit Thapa Goal 62'88'
Ricky Chakchanak Goal 85'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Bihar3 – 0Himachal Pradesh
Upendra KumarGoal 32'
Manoj Raman Goal 81'
Awdhes Kumar Goal 89'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Delhi2-0Uttar Pradesh
Sumit ThapaGoal 32'52' Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Cluster III - Thiruvananthapuram[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Maharashtra 3 2 1 0 7 1 +5 7
Orissa 3 2 0 1 06 06 0 6
Jammu and Kashmir 3 0 2 1 04 05 -1 2
Meghalaya 3 0 1 2 03 08 -5 1

Maharashtra2 – 0Meghalaya
Abhishek Yadav Goal 57'
Sumit Thapa Goal 61'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Jammu and Kashmir1 – 2Orissa
JK Ishfaq Ahmed Goal 70' Report Bijay Ray Goal 28'
Antu Murmu Goal 84'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Maharashtra1 – 1Jammu and Kashmir
Mehraj Din Wadoo (own Goal)Goal 70' Report Bilal Ahmed WaniGoal 11'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Meghalaya1 – 4Orissa
Rogesterwell BasaiawmditGoal 46' Report Gyan Ranjan SamalGoal 2'33'59'
Rajendra Prasad SinghGoal 24'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Jammu and Kashmir2-2Meghalaya
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Maharashtra4-0Orissa
Paresh ShivalkarGoal 46'
Soccor Velho Goal 55'
Abhishek Yadav Goal 66'71'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Cluster IV - Calicut[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Assam 3 3 0 0 17 02 +15 9
Railways 3 2 0 1 13 02 +11 6
Chhattisgarh 3 1 0 2 04 15 -11 0
Pondicherry 3 0 0 3 00 15 -15 0

Railways4 – 0Chhattisgarh
Kasif JamalGoal 32'90+3'
PV Vinoy Goal 40'
S Suresh KumarGoal 78'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Pondicherry0 – 5Assam
Report Nitu Narzary Goal 17'
Rahajuddin Ahmed Goal 31'35'
Manikanta Brahma Goal 61'
Thomson Langthasa Goal 86'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Railways8 – 0Pondicherry
Ashim Biswas Goal 2'4'17'37'
Kasif Jamal Goal 14'57'84 '
PV Vinoy Goal 28'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Assam10 – 1Chhattisgarh
Manikanta BrahmaGoal 14'33'90+1'
Sanjiva RongpiGoal 31'37'74'
Khirod DasGoal 57'
Rahajuddin AhmedGoal 59'
Nitu NarzaryGoal 68'
Thong Tham KomGoal 87'
Report Laxmendra KumarGoal 52'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Pondicherry1-3Chhattisgarh
Anas Goal 24' Report Kulwant Singh Goal 40'43'
Krishna Naidu Goal 90'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Railways1-2Assam
Kasif JamalGoal 54' Report Sanjiva RongpiGoal 40'61'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Cluster V - Thiruvananthapuram[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Tamil Nadu 2 1 1 0 03 01 +2 4
Jharkhand 2 0 2 0 03 03 0 2
Gujarat 2 0 1 1 02 04 -2 1

Tamil Nadu2 – 0Gujarat
Kalia Kulothungan Goal 44'64' Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Jharkhand2 – 2Gujarat
Vimal Pariyar Goal 44'64' Report Vishnu Chauhan Goal 5'
Mehul Rana Goal 86'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Tamil Nadu1 – 1Jharkhand
Jegan Goal 88' Report Mirja Besra Goal 38'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Cluster VI - Calicut[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Karnataka 2 1 1 0 02 01 +1 4
Chandigarh 2 1 0 1 01 01 0 3
Haryana 2 0 1 1 01 02 -1 1

Karnataka1 – 0Chandigarh
Shanmugam Venkatesh Goal 30' Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Chandigarh1 – 0Haryana
Sameer Singh Goal 15' Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Karnataka1 – 1Haryana
Xavier Vijayakumar Goal 17' Report Praveen Arora] Goal 36'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Cluster VII - Calicut[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Goa 3 3 0 0 32 00 +32 9
Sikkim 3 1 1 1 05 12 -7 4
Tripura 3 1 1 1 04 16 -12 4
Rajasthan 3 0 0 3 01 14 -13 0

Goa7 – 0Rajasthan
Anthony Pereira Goal 27'
Freddy Mascarenhas Goal 37'59'79'
Climax Lawrence Goal 51'
Mahesh Gawli Goal 61'
Joaquim Abranches Goal 90+2'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Tripura1 – 1Sikkim
Amarjit Singh Goal 12' Report Bigen Tamang Goal 72'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Goa15 – 0Tripura
Clifford Miranda Goal 12'
Anthony Pereira Goal 17'55'
Freddy Mascarenhas Goal 18'22'29'39'42'54'
Rodrigues Goal 63'70'83'
Nicolas Borges Goal 35'38'
Alvito Rodrigues Goal 90'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Sikkim4 – 1Rajasthan
Birbahadur Pradhan Goal 4'32'72'
Milan Lepcha Goal 83'
Report Rajesh Shyam Goal 56'
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Tripura3 – 0Rajasthan
Sathyajit Dev Roy Goal 34'52'
Shyamal BhowmickGoal 51'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Goa10 – 0Sikkim
Anthony Pereira Goal 8'
Rodrigues Goal 33'
Climax Lawrence Goal 35'40'45+1'85'
Nicolas Borges Goal 48'
Joaquim Abranches Goal 61'83'
Samir Naik Goal 76'
Report
Municipal Corporation Stadium, Calicut

Cluster VIII -Thiruvananthapuram[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
West Bengal 3 1 2 0 06 03 +2 5
Mizoram 3 1 2 0 06 04 +2 5
Nagaland 3 0 2 1 04 06 -2 2
Andhra Pradesh 3 0 2 1 03 06 -3 2

West Bengal2 – 2Nagaland
Dipendu Biswas Goal 12'
Syed Rahim Nabi Goal 45+1'
Report Temjen Kibang Goal 44'
Vizorü Peseyie Goal 76'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Andhra Pradesh2 – 2Mizoram
Mohammed Quizar Goal 14'
MD Fareed Goal 73'
Report Shylo Malswam Tulunga Goal 25'
Pachau Lalam Puia Goal 67'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

West Bengal3 – 0Andhra Pradesh
Dipendu Biswas Goal 8'
Sasthi Duley Goal 64'
Syed Rahim Nabi Goal 89'
Report
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Nagaland1 – 3Mizoram
Yapong Goal 18' Report Jerry Zirsanga Goal 32'
Vanlal Rovay Goal 59'
Shylo Malswam Tulunga Goal 60'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Andhra Pradesh1 – 2Nagaland
Mohammed Fareed Goal 67' Report LeipakchaoGoal 81'
Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

Quarterfinal League[edit]

Quarterfinal rounds held from 11 to 17 November at the venue Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi.Cheer girls, helicopter fly, sky diving, cultural programmes and mass drill was held to the kick-off of the main leg of the 60th Air India Express-Santosh Trophy national football tournament at Kochi on November 11, 2005.[20] 4500 students from 25 schools and three colleges in the City lined up for mass drills, folk dances, traditional art forms while another 1000 students conducted special balloon display.[20]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Kerala 2 2 0 0 04 00 +4 6
Uttar Pradesh 2 1 0 1 02 01 +1 3
Delhi 2 0 0 2 00 05 –5 0

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Punjab 2 1 1 0 04 02 +2 4
Karnataka 2 1 1 0 03 02 +1 4
Tamil Nadu 2 0 0 2 00 03 –3 0

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Maharashtra 2 2 0 0 07 03 +4 6
West Bengal 2 1 0 1 03 04 –1 3
Services 2 0 0 2 05 08 –5 0

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Goa 2 1 1 0 07 01 +6 4
Manipur 2 1 1 0 04 02 +2 4
Assam 2 0 0 2 01 09 –8 0

Semi-finals[edit]

Kerala0–1Maharashtra
Report Reuben D'Souza Goal 49'

Punjab0–2Goa
Report Carvalho Goal 14'
Rodrigues Goal 48'

Third place play-off[edit]

Kerala2–1Punjab
Pradeep Goal 57'
Saheer Goal 79'
Report Narinder Singh Goal 68'

Final[edit]

Maharashtra1–3 (a.e.t.)Goa
Velho Goal 73'
Hekmat Singh Yellow card 106'
Report Philip Gomes Goal 74'
Rodrigues Goal 105'
Abranches Goal 115'
Rodrigues Yellow card 21'
Abranches Yellow card 81'
Referee: Shaji C. Kurian (Kerala)

[21][22]

Winning Goa Team with Santosh Trophy

Awards[edit]

Best Player: Nicholas Rodrigues[3]

Statistics[edit]

Maharashtra Match Statistics Goa
1 Goals scored 3
9 Total shots 12
3 Shots on target 4
6 Shots off target 8
12 Corner kicks 7
21 Fouls committed 13
3 Offsides 8
2 Yellow cards 1
0 Second yellow card & red card 0
0 Red cards 0

[9]

Prizes[edit]

The Kerala Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy gave away the trophies. Besides the top prize and a cheque of Rs. 5 lakhs, the winning team also received Rs. 1 lakh announced by the Goa Sports Minister, Pandurang Madkikar .[23]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player State Goals
1 Fredy Mascarenhas Goa 9
2 Kasif Jamal Railways 6
3 Sanjiv Rongpi Assam 5
4 Ashim Biswas Railways 4
Anthony Pereira Goa 4
Nicholas Rodrigues Goa 4
Climax Lawrence Goa 4
Praveen Rawat Delhi 4
Sumit Thapa Delhi 4

[20]

Controversy[edit]

In a Group D match between Goa and Manipur on 17 November 2005, the referee Shaji C. Kurian allowed Goa to restart the game even as most of the Manipur players were celebrating Tomba Singh's goal in the 87th minute from a free kick.[24] With the Manipur players unsettled for restart, Climax Lawrence rode on a break from the right and scored past Manipur goalkeeper Ingobi Singh.[25][26] The Manipuri players argued with referee Kurian, disputing the restart. Police was called in due to be some shoving and pushing between players and there was some argument between the Manipur players and the local police.[26] Game has only resumed after Manipur's coach Ekendra Singh and manager Dinamani Singh entered the ground and asked Manipur players to finish off the game.[26] Even though the match ended in a tie, Goa advanced to the semifinals with their superior goal difference in Group D.[26] Immediately after the incident, the Manipur team manager lodged a complaint contending violation of Rule No. 8 of the Laws of the Game, and Article No. 15 of the Regulation of the Championship.[25][27][28]

The All Manipur Football Association decided to boycott the national Under-19 and Under-14 football tournaments organized by the All India Football Federation in protest against a referee's decision[27] People of Manipur gave a rousing welcome to the players and officials of the State team which participated in the 60th Air India Express Santosh trophy football Tournament on their arrival at Imphal.[29][30] To protest the biased decision of the referee, Manipur Students Federation had organised only sit-in-protest demonstration and imposed a 22-hour general strike on the day the final match.[30] The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on 18 December 2005 decided to retain Goa as the champions of the Santosh Trophy rejecting Manipur's appeal, which had asked the AIFF to strip the champions of the title.[31]

Telecast[edit]

Zee Sports telecasted the 16 matches from the quarterfinals onwards live.[32] John Helm and Russell Osman have been roped in as commentators.[1] The telecast packages included preview and review shows, half time match analysis.[1] Music and dance performances by renowned bands during the half time and in between the two matches. Special performance by Zebra's was there to entertain the crowds before the start of each match.[1][33][34] Zee provided soccer fans with the latest team news, match scores, statistics and player profiles, as well as exclusive player interviews and photo galleries.[1][34]

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