Tasnim – Former Esteghlal and Iran national football team's defender Hanif Omranzadeh announced his retirement from football on Wednesday.
He has retired at the age of 33.
Omranzadeh made 299 professional appearances, scoring 31 goals. He played for six Iranian clubs.
He won Iran’s Hazfi Cup with Esteghlal in 2012 and claimed the title of Iran Professional League with the same team one year later.
Hanif Omranzadeh played four times for Iran national football team from 2010 to 2011.
He was called up by Afshin Ghotbi for the final three matches in 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification but did not play any match. He made his debut on September 7, 2010 against Korea Republic.
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