Iran’s Sardar Azmoun has the potential to become better than Ali Daei

Author: John Duerden (IranSportsPress.com |  ESPNFC.NET)- Nobody has scored more international goals than Iran legend Ali Daei. Indeed, the image of the striker wheeling away in celebration is forever stuck in the memory of a generation of fans in Asia. Daei, who deserves his global status, found the net an amazing 109 times in 149 games

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Queiroz: It is now easier to qualify for the World Cup

(IranSportsPress.com | TehranTimes)- Iran national football team head coach Carlos Queiroz, who has previously announced his resignation, has made a U-Turn to continue his job ahead of the third round of the World Cup qualification in Asia. It seems that the Portuguese coach has a good relation with Iran Football Federation newly-appointed president Mehdi Taj

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Carlos Queiroz: We can’t live in past(Part one).

Author: Nikolas Vilas | Translated by: Mahbod Z (Iransportspress.com | France Football)- In eye of former head coach of Portugal, father of their “golden generation”, the Seleção is the favorite to win Euro 2018.   You recently announced your intention to leave your position as head coach of Iranian National Team. What is the update on this situation? It

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Iran v Iraq: rivals ready for Asian Cup 2015 quarter-final showdown

(IranSportsPress.com)| TheGuardian- Emotions are always high when Iran and Iraq meet on the football pitch. The political history between the two Middle Eastern neighbours always provides both teams with added motivation. On Friday, the rivals will clash in the quarter-finals of the Asian Cup in Canberra and but bragging rights are only part of the

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Carlos Queiroz A Well-Known Coach, Guardiola Says

TEHRAN (IranSportsPress.com | Tasnim) – Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said that the Iranian football gaffer is a well-known coach in the world who can help Iranian football. Bayern Munich is currently at a training camp in Doha, Qatar during German winter. Guardiola attended the 2015 Handball World Championship opening match between Qatar and Brazil,

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Looking beyond borders to win: Nations turn to foreign coaches in bid for Asian Cup glory

(IranSportsPress.com) | thenational – “Popovic in frame for Palace job” read the headlines across English and Australian newspaper back pages last month. That those headlines turned out to be less than prophetic was no surprise but they did tell a true story. Tony Popovic, coach of Asian club champions Western Sydney Wanderers, was genuinely high

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Our top goal is to qualify for 2018 World Cup, says Queiroz after signing new contract

(IranSportsPress.com | Tehran Times) – Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz has finally signed a new four-year contract with Iran Football Federation (IFF) that will see him remain in charge of Team Melli until the 2018 World Cup. “First of all I would like to thank Iranian fans, players and football federation that put trust in me to

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Carlos Queiroz agrees new contract to stay at Iran until 2018

(IranSportsPress.com) | Tehran Times – The Iranian Football Federation (IFF) has agreed to extend Carlos Queiroz’s contract until the end of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. In a session held at the Iran Football Federation headquarters on Friday, two parties agreed to finalize the contract on August 1. “We have to negotiate about the contract

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Carlos Queiroz to keep Iran job, says official

(IranSportsPress.com) | Tehran Times – Head of Iran Football Federation (IFF) Ali Kaffashian said that Carlos Queiroz will remain as the country’s coach. Carlos Queiroz announced his retirement following Iran’s World Cup exit, however, the Portuguese returned to Iran and said that he is ready to negotiate with the Iranian federation but they should offer

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