PFDC - Transfer news in the Saudi Arabian football scene. Ending the season empty-handed both on the local and continental scenes, Al-Ittihad of Jeddah are being reported on a spending-spree in transfer market, according to London-based daily Al-Hayat.
Iranian and Al Ahli striker Ali Karimi claims to have received offers from European and Saudi Arabian clubs for the forthcoming season. "There are offers from European clubs, and from three Saudi clubs. But all these offers have come through my agent," endorsed Karimi.
PLDC- PersianLeague has done an exclusive interview with Sardar Ajorloo, the president for Pas club. He noted that his club has started Pas private club in Ekbatan, Tehran. Ajorlou also considers Khodadad Azizi to be a historical player for Iran.
PLDC - Esteghlal Tehran and Perspolis, the most popular teams of Iran played in front of a capacity 90,000 fans in Azadi on Thursday, who surely left the ground disappointed with the result and the performance of their beloved teams.
PLDC - Parviz Mazloomi, coach of Esteghlal of Tehran has announced that Yadollah Akbari has received some injuries and the question over his presence in Thursday's match up against rivals Pirouzi will become apparent tomorrow.
AFC - Chinese players lead the pack in the list of nominations for the AFC Player of the Year Awards 2001. The awards ceremony will be held on May 17th 2002 in Shanghai in conjunction with the China Football Expo.
PLDC- With 5 more games left for each team in this season's IPL, the pressure on the two leading teams is mounting. Neither Esteghlal, the leader nor Perspolis could achieve a result as they were both contented with goal-less draws.