Ibrahim Fazeel

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Ibrahim Fazeel
Ibrahim fazeel with saff championship trophy.jpg
Fazeel with saff championship trophy 2008
Personal information
Full name Ibrahim Fazeel
Date of birth (1980-10-09) 9 October 1980 (age 35)
Place of birth Malé, Maldives
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Attacking Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Bodorgan FC
Number 5
Youth career
Majeediya School
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2000 New Lagoons (6)
2001–2003 Island Football Club (44)
2004–2006 New Radiant (60)
2007 VB Sports Club (18)
2007–2008 DPMM FC (2)
2008–2011 Victory Sports Club (79)
2012 New Radiant (8)
2013 B.G. Sports Club (4)
2014 New Radiant (6)
2015 New Radiant (4)
2015 Bodorgan FC (6)
National team
1999– Maldives 49 (13)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.


Ibrahim Fazeel (born 9 October 1980) is a Maldivian footballer[1] nicknamed "Oppo", who can play both as a midfielder and as a forward currently who plays for Bodorgan FC He started his career while he was a student in Majeedhiyaa School in 1999. Fazeel played his first international match on 2 April 2000 against Syria (AFC Asian Cup Lebanon 2000) and scored first goal in the Golden jubilee international tournament against Bangladesh. He is the only player who scored for times in the semi-finals to take Maldives to the finals.

After his international duty in 1999, he signed for his first club New lagoons in 2000. Between 2001 and 2003 he played for IFC which was the best club at that time. From 2004 to 2006 he changed to New Radiant SC. In 2007, a new club named VB signed him for a record fee. In October 2007, he transferred to DPMM FC in Brunei along with fellow Maldivian Ali Ashfaq and scored two goals for the team. In 2008, Fazeel lend his team to travel to final in SAFF Championship 2008 by scoring a goal against Sri Lanka. From 2008 to 2011 he played for Victory SC. Later in 2012, he played for New Radiant SC along with his National team mates Ashfaq and Ahmed Thoriq and played for BG Sports in 2013 and returned to his old team New Radiant SC He was one of the most important members of the Maldives national football team.

At 2014 AFC Challenge Cup Fazeel helped the Maldives National Football Team by scoring a penalty kick which led the team to 3rd place against Afghanistan by 1-1(8-7)

References[edit]

National Team Experience[edit]

Since 1999

CHAMPIONS OF SAFF CHAMPIONSHIP 2008 (MALDIVES / SRI LANKA 2008)

GOLDEN JUBILEE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 2000 (MALDIVES) SILVER MEDAL

SAFF CHAMPION SHIP 2003(DAKA) SILVER MEDAL

SAFF CHAMPION SHIP 2005 (PAKISTAN) 3rd PLACE

SAFF CHAMPION SHIP 2009 (BANGLADESH) SILVER MEDAL

  • 2010 FAM: Footballer of the year 2010
  • 2009 FAM: Footballer of the year 2nd Place
  • First Maldivian player who scored against all SAARC countries (1999–2009)
  • 2008 FAM: Footballer of the year 2nd Place
  • 2008 FAM: Golden boot (20 goals)
  • 2008 Haveeru: Golden boot (20 goals)
  • 2008 SAFF: Saff championship top scorer (3 goals)
  • 2007 FAM: Golden boot (18 goals)
  • 2007 Haveeru: Golden boot (18 goals)
  • 2006 Haveeru: Golden boot (21 goals)
  • 2006 FAM: Top scorer (21 goals)
  • 2006 Aafathis: National Football tournament player
  • 2005 Haveeru: Maldivian Football of the Year 2005
  • 2005 FAM: Maldivian Football of the Year 2005
  • 2003 Haveeru: Footballer of the year 2nd Place

FA Cup[edit]

14th FA Cup 2001 Third place

15th FA Cup 2002 Champions in IFC

16th FA Cup 2003 Champions in IFC

18th FA Cup 2005 Champions in New Radiant

19th FA Cup 2006 Champion in New Radiant

FA Cup 2008 Third Place in Victory SC

FA cup 2009 Champion in Victory SC

FA cup 2010 Champion in Victory SC

Cup winners cup[edit]

11th cup winner cup 2006 Runners up in New Radiant

Cup winners cup 2008 Runners up in Victory SC

Dhivehi League[edit]

Dhiraagu Dhivehi League 2005 2nd place in New Radiant

Dhiraagu Dhivehi League 2006 Champions in New Radiant

Wataniyaa Divehi League 2009 22nd place in Victory SC

Dhiraagu Dhivehi League 2010 2nd place in Victory SC

Dhiraagu Dhivehi League 2011 2nd place in Victory SC

Dhiraagu Dhivehi League 2012 champion New radiant SC

Dhivehi premier league 2014 champion New radiant SC

Dhivehi premier league 2015 champion New radiant SC

Male' league[edit]

Male’ League 2002 Champions in IFC

Male’ League 2004 Champions in New Radiant

National Football Tournament[edit]

54th National Football tournament Champions in New Radiant

55th National Football tournament Runners up in New Radiant

National Football tournament 2008 Runners up in Victory SC

National Football tournament 2009 Champions in Victory SC

National Football tournament 2010 Runners up in Victory SC

National Football tournament 2011 Champions in Victory SC

National Football tournament 2012 Champions in New Radiant SC

  1. ^ Darpan, Pratiyogita (August 2008). Pratiyogita Darpan. Pratiyogita Darpan. pp. 35–. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
Preceded by
Ali Ashfaq
Haveeru Maldivian Footballer of the Year
2005
Succeeded by
Ali Umar
Preceded by
Ali Ashfaq
Haveeru Ranboot
2006
Succeeded by
himself
Preceded by
[First Time]
FAM Maldivian Footballer of the Year
2005
Succeeded by
Ali Umar