PTV - Iranian football midfielder Siamak Ne’mati has signed with the professional Iranian Persepolis Football Club, which plays in the Persian Gulf Pro League, formerly known as Iran Pro League (IPL).
The 23-year-old penned a contract with the Tehran-based club during a ceremony on Thursday evening, and established himself in the Persepolis line-up for the next two years.
Ne’mati started his playing career with Saipa Football Club, which is owned by Iranian automobile manufacturer SAIPA.
He played in Saipa squad during the 2011–12 Iran Football's 2nd Division, and jabbed four goals.
Ne’mati then moved to Moghavemat Tehran Football Club, and spent two seasons with the Tehran-based club.
He helped Moghavemat to win the 2013–14 Tehran Asia Vision U21 Premier League.
Ne’mati joined Paykan Football Club, which is sponsored by Iran's main automobile manufacturer Iran Khodro, in summer 2014 and made his debut against Naft Masjed Soleyman Football Club on August 14, 2014.
Persepolis Football Club is the top-ranked soccer team in the Persian Gulf Pro League rankings, with 66 points.
Esteghlal Tehran Football Club stands in the second spot in the IPL table, having collected 57 points.
Tractor Sazi Tabriz Football Club, commonly known as Tractor, has amassed 56 points to claim the third position, while fourth-placed Zob Ahan Football Club has earned 46 points.
Foolad Mobarakeh Sepahan Sport Club has landed in the fifth spot with 45 points.
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