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Iranian clubs may quit AFC Champions League over home game ban

BBC – TEHRAN, Iran’s four teams in the Asian Football Confederation Champions League say they will refuse to play if they cannot host home games, says the Mehr news agency. Football’s governing body in Iran has claimed the confederation (AFC) had banned its teams from staging fixtures in the country....
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AFC bans Iran from hosting international matches

Radio Farda – KUALA LUMPUR, Iran’s Football (soccer) Federation has confirmed receiving an official letter from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) banning the country from hosting international soccer matches. “The Islamic Republic Football Federation (IFF) has received an official letter from the AFC that said it had decided to hold...
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FFIRI to announce Team Melli coach next week: Baharvand

Tasnim – TEHRAN, Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) will appoint Team Melli head coach until the next week. Heydar Baharvand, who serves as provisional president of the football federation until the General Assembly elects its president, says that they will appoint the new head coach until...
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FC Porto interested in Mehdi Taremi [Report]

Tasnim – PORTO, Portuguese football giant FC Porto has reportedly shown an interest in signing Iranian forward Mehdi Taremi. According to O Jogo, Porto is going to sign the 27-year-old striker in the January transfer window. Taremi, who joined Rio Ave in July 2019 from Qatari club Al-Gharafa on a...
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FFIRI General Assembly to be held on March 15

Tehran Times – TEHRAN, Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) General Assembly will be held on March 15. The federation is currently heading by Heydar Baharvand. Baharvand was appointed as the federation’s acting president on Dec. 30 following Mehdi Taj’s resignation due to his heart problems. The...
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