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Coachless Iran nearing 2010 qualifiers

12/31/2007 pressTV.ir Officials voice concern over the lack of a suitable coach for the national soccer team as the 2010 World Cup qualifier games draw near. “Artur Jorge is still the main candidate for leading the national football team,” said the spokesman of the Iranian Football Federation’s (IFF) transitional committee Ali Reghbati. He added that

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The Chaotic World of Iranian Football

12/29/2007 Kaveh Mahjoob, lastkick.com Part One – “Let There be a Coach!” From a distance, it appears that Iranian football authorities thrive on creating chaos and at times appear intentionally damage the game all love in Iran. The story has no real starting point since as long as the Iranian football fans remember, challenges with

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Phillip O'Donnell Captain of Motherwell dies after collapsing during game

Phillip O’Donnell (March 25, 1972 – December 29, 2007)

 
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Asia's Top Ten Moments Of 2007

12/29/2007 John Duerden, goal.com 2007 was quite a year for Asian football and Goal.com has selected ten of the best moments from the last 12 months. 1: Iraq’s Asian Cup win There is little doubt of the story of the year and not just in Asia. Iraq’a Asian Cup success was one for the romantics

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Sepahan Fail To Close Gap on Persepolis

12/27/2007 Samuel Zhang, goal.com After losing 1-0 to Saipa on Wednesday, Sepahan missed out on an opportunity to close the gap on Iran Pro League leaders Persepolis. The AFC Champions League runners-up lie in second place, five points adrift of Persepolis with a game in hand. The first half was a dour goalless affair, and

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Portugal's Artur Jorge named as new Iran coach: report

December 26, 2007 TEHRAN (AFP) – Iran has chosen Portugal’s Artur Jorge as the new coach to revive the fortunes of its beleaguered national football team, the student ISNA news agency reported on Wednesday, quoting an informed source. “Artur Jorge has been chosen as the new head of the Iranian national football team,” the source

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Malaysian referee pulls out red card, then a gun

12/25/2007 KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian referee took out his gun and fired warning shots in the air after a local soccer match turned unruly following the suspension of a player, a newspaper said on Tuesday. The referee, who was also a policeman, ran to his patrol car to get his gun after players

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Jacques Santini In The Frame For Iran Job

12/25/2007 Mark Hinton, Goal.com The former Tottenham Hotspur coach, Jacques Santini, has emerged as a potential candidate to take charge of the Iranian national team. The Iran Football Federation’s transitory committee has confirmed that Jacques Santini and Portuguese coach Artur Jorge are possible options to guide Iran into the forthcoming 2010 World Cup qualifiers. The

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