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Vahid Hashemian: Sanctions Affect Football in Iran Negatively

Vahid Hashemian, the former forward of Iran national football team, says U.S.-led international sanctions on Iran affect the football in this country negatively. Hashemian is currently managing Niendorfer TSV in Germany. “Unfortunately sanctions on Islamic Republic banned other teams from playing friendly against Iran national football team. At the same time, Iran has qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, ...

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Carlos Queiroz to Prepare Team Melli for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

Iran national football team qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil last month. The remarkable success was acclaimed by local coaches and analysts. Iran has already appeared in three FIFA World Cups, but it was always eliminated in group stage. “First of all, I want to express my sincere happiness of Iran’s qualification to 2014 FIFA World Cup. To be honest, Iran national football team was deserved to ...

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Ali Kafashian Asks the Government to Support FFIRI for Staging Asian Cup in 2019

According to local media reports, Iran’s Football Federation is interested in hosting 2019 AFC Asian Cup in the country. Ali Kafashian, the managing director of FFIRI, said on Thursday that Iranian government should fully support the Football Federation with regard to hosting this important tournament. “Iran is completely ready to host 2019 AFC Asian Cup. Over the past few years, we have reinforced infrastr ...

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Zlatko Kranjčar Admires Iran Premier League for Tough Competition

During the recent years, Iranian Football Federation has managed to hold a well organized and solid league in the country. Zlatko Kranjčar, the head coach of Sepahan FC, said on Wednesday that Iran Pro League is one of the top football leagues of Asia. “Iran Premier League is one of the most interesting and exciting leagues for me. There are a large number of clubs, which compete for winning the title. Team ...

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Reza Ghoochannejhad Unhappy at Standard Liège

Iran international Reza Ghoochannejhad says he is unhappy at the new club, Standard Liège, as he has failed to claim a spot in starting line-up of the team in recent three matches. “I have signed a four-year contract with Standard Liège. Currently, the club has a lot of quality players, but I prefer to play for this team as a fixed player. I’m only 25 years old, so I should care about the future of my caree ...

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Mohammad Royanian: Iranian Football Clubs can Take Advantage of Multiple Revenue Sources

Mohammad Royanian, the president and managing director of Persepolis FC, says Iranian football clubs can make money via different methods. Iran-based football clubs have not ever managed to earn money like the European clubs. “I believe that current infrastructures and facilities are enough for clubs to start making money from their activities in football. At the time being, major European football clubs ar ...

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Karrar Jassim Set to Join Esteghlal FC

Karrar Jassim Mohammed Al-Mahmoudi, the former player of Tractor Sazi and Al-Wakrah, has agreed to join Esteghlal football club on a one-year contract. Karrar used to play for Esteghlal two years ago, but he was fired from the team due to his disagreements and disputes with Mojtaba Jabbari, who recently left Esteghlal for Sepahan FC. “After I notified that Jabbari has left Tehran for Isfahan, I started my n ...

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Omranzadeh: Esteghlal Players Suffer from Financial Problems

As economic problems have hit almost all sectors in Iran, football clubs are facing difficulties from a financial standpoint. Currently, 90% of clubs competing in Iran’s Premier League are indirectly managed by the Iranian government. In recent years, the government has failed to allocate enough budgets to clubs like past years. Hanif Omranzadeh, Defender of Esteghlal, says the officials of the Tehran-based ...

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Alireza Jahanbakhsh Praises NEC’s Facilities

Alireza Jahanbakhsh is the most recent Iranian football player who has joined a European club. Last month, he agreed to sign with the Dutch Eredivisie club NEC. Analysts suggest that this move will help him to advance his career. “I did receive many offers from Iranian and Arab football clubs. But, I preferred to keep on my career in a Europe-based football club.” Jahanbakhsh told local media on Thursday. “ ...

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Alireza Haghighi Set for Persepolis Return

After spending two unsuccessful seasons with the Russian football club, Rubin Kazan, Alireza Haghighi returned to Persepolis. On 9 January 2012, Haghighi penned a four-year contract with Rubin Kazan, but due to tough competition he didn’t manage to claim his spot in starting line-up of Rubin Kazan. “I’m looking forward to give my best services to Persepolis. The competition for goalkeepers is so hard in Per ...

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