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Parvin Honors in the history of Iran football

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IFF - Persepolis have decided to give their leadership to the Dutch Ari Haan, while Ali Parvin will step down as a head coach. As Persepolis chief Mohammad-Hassan Ansarifar stated yesterday Iranian legend will stay in the club and make his contributions in other areas.

Now let’s take look at the legacy from the greatest of Iranian players and coaches:


Winning the Tehran Championships with Peykan (1969)
Winning the Friendship Cup with Peykan (1969)
Winning the Iran League Championships with Persepolis (1971)
Winning the Regional Improvement Cup with Iran National Team (1970)
Winning the Kurosh Cup with Iran National Team (1971)
Qualifying for the 1972 Olympic Games with Iran National Team (1972)
Winning the Asian Nations Cup with Iran National Team (1972)
Winning the Takht-e Jamshid League with Persepolis (1973)
Winning the Asian Games with Iran National Team (1974)
Winning the Takht-e Jamshid League with Persepolis (1975)
Qualifying for the1972 Olympic Games with Iran National Team (1975)
Winning the Asian Nations Cup with Iran National Team (1976)
Qualifying for and playing in the 1978 World Cup with Iran National Team (1978)
Winning the Unification Cup with Persepolis (1981)
Winning the Tehran Championships with Persepolis (1982)
Winning the Tehran Knock-out Cup with Persepolis (1982)
Winning the Tehran Championships with Persepolis (1986-1990)
Winning the Tehran Knock-out Cup with Persepolis (1987)
Winning the Iran Knock-out Cup with Persepolis (1987)
Winning the Asian Games with Iran National Team (1990)
Winning Asian Winner of the Cup Winners (1991)
Winning the Iran Knock-out Cup with Persepolis (1992)
Winning the Azadegan League with Persepolis (1998-1999)
Winning the Iran Pro League (2001)

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