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Optimize conditioning of players is Carlos Queiroz’s message

Persianfootball.com – TEHRAN, Carlos Queiroz, a world-class coach who has been praised for his ability to bring unprecedented discipline, planning and organization to Iran’s oft-petty footballing culture, has been able to orchestrate two camps that he and the coaching staff hope will help propel Iran to new World Cup heights...
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Dejagah’s winning goal keeps Fulham Premiership chances alive

Persianfootball.com – LONDON, Ashkan Dejagah, who was reported to be battling groin and hamstring issues, scored the winner for the regulation-bound Whites to keep their chances to stay in the premiership alive. The feisty Iranian winger who replaced Pajtim Kasam at the hour mark, was able to outwit Tim Krul...
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Iran Drops 4 Spots in FIFA World Ranking, Hold Top Asian Rank

Persianfootball.com – ZURICH, Iran has dropped four spots in FIFA’s latest world ranking report. Iran has slid to the 38th best team in the world but still retain their top rank in Asia. The Japanese, Australians and Uzbekis round out the top four teams in Asia, respectively. The latest slip...
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Carlos Queiroz and Ali Kafashian outline Team Melli program

Persianfootball.com – TEHRAN, Ali Kafashian, the current president of the Iranian Football Federation, and Carlos Querioz, Team Melli coach, presented their World Cup preparation in detail on Thursday afternoon. The plan includes six friendly matches – two in Tehran, two in a training camp in South Africa and another two...
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Mosalman, Sadeghian banned indefinitely from Team Melli

Persianfootball.com – TEHRAN, Two of Iran’s most promising up-and-comers, Mohsen Mosalman and Payam Sadeghian – who have spearheaded Persepolis’ climb to second place overall in the Persian Gulf League (PGL) – have been banned from being called up by Iran’s National Team after professional misconduct. The two starlets are banned...
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