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10/31/2005 Afshin, LastKick Monday, October 31, 2005 UAE league’s transfer window has now closed that means Reza Enayati will not be going there this year. Apparently a couple of clubs had shown interest in the Esteghlal striker, but Coach Amir Ghalehnoei vetoed the move. IRIFF and the organizing company of LG Cup will meet tomorrow

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Player to Watch: Borhani's big ambitions

10/31/2005 FIFAworldcup.com While fans of Iranian club Pas were dwelling on the disappointment of exiting the AFC Champions League quarter-finals on away goals in September, those observing the overall health of the country’s football will have found a real positive in the impressive efforts of striker Arash Borhani. It was Borhani’s goal on his 22nd

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Hamburg and Bayern to face-off in the DFB German Cup

10/31/2006 fcbayern.de Germany Women’s national team goalkeeper Silke Rottenberg conjred up a plum tie when she made the draw for the DFB German Cup third round proper live on Saturday evening TV, pairing holders Bayern with resurgent championship challengers Hamburg. The match-up hands Felix Magath and his men the chance to avenge their only defeat

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Hannover 96 lose badly in Bielefeld

10/31/2005 hannover96.de The Reds suffer a severe setback on match day 11 with a clear 1-4 (0-1) defeat in Bielefeld’s Schueco-Arena. The home team take an immediate lead after 48 seconds through Michael Fink, and tie the three points result up with goals from Sibusiso Zuma (53mins) and a double-blow from Ghana’s Isaac Boakye (69

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Madhavikia on target for Hamburg

10/31/2005 footballasia.com GERMANY – Iran international Mehdi Mahdavikia’s goal in Hamburg’s 1-0 defeat of Schalke at the AOL Arena was one of the highlights during the latest round of games for Asians plying their trade in Europe. Hamburg, with Mahdavikia playing at right back due to the enforced absence of Guy Demel, got off to

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Profile: Pumas Coach Hugo Sanchez

Ben Cummins goal.com UNAM Pumas are into the quarterfinals of the Copa Sudamericana, and much of the credit, says Goal.com contributor Ben Cummins, goes to manager Hugo Sanchez, the brash character and world-traveling legend considered the best Mexican player ever. Former Mexico striker Hugo Sanchez has been everywhere. From this side of the Atlantic to

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Mahdavikia ends Schalke’s unbeaten run!

10/29/2005 hsv.de HSV dramatically ended Schalke’s fine unbeaten run in front of a capacity crowd in the AOL Arena on Saturday afternoon, as HSV won their round 11 Bundesliga clash 1-0. The only goal of the game was scored by Mehdi Mahdavikia, who was playing at right back! The little Iranian’s strike was enough to

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IPL: Round Nine Wrap – Part Two

10/29/2005 Afshin, lastkick.com On week nine of Iranian Premier League Zob-Ahan leaped back into the first place by giving a depleted Shahid-Ghandi an impressive 5:1 trashing in Yazd. Twenty minutes into the game Mehdi Rajabzadeh gave Zob-Ahan the lead. Missing five starters to league suspension and another two to disciplinary measures imposed by team management,

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