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Abdolreza Barzegari

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Full name  Abdolreza Barzegari
Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
1973–1974  Shahrdari Abadan
Height  1.9 m
Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Abadan, Iran
Name  Abdolreza Barzegari

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Date of birth  (1958-07-03) 3 July 1958 (age 57)

Abdolreza Barzegari (Persian: عبدالرضا برزگری‎‎; born 3 July 1958 in Abadan, Iran) is a former Iranian football player.

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Playing career

Barzagari known as "The Persian Black Pearl", he started playing football at a young age in his neighborhood of Ahmad Abad in Abadan. After changing a few teams during his earlier years, he joined Sanat Naft, the most popular team of Khuzestan. He made his debut at 17 against Tractor Sazi in Takhte Jamshid League, but his debut was not too promising and did not go well for the young player. He was benched for the next game but figured in the team which hosted Persepolis in 1975 touching shoulders with the greats such as Ali Parvin and Parviz Ghelichkhani. After that, Barzagari quickly became a famous player particularity for his excellent dribbling skill. He was selected for the Youth team and he Represented Iran in the Inaugural FIFA youth World Cup in Tunisia. He scored on that tournament. Then came national team and later many years of playing club football abroad in UAE, Qatar and Egypt. He played two seasons for Al-Nasr, then moved to Qatar SC and remained there until he joined Al-Masry in 1992 together with his friend Ebrahim Ghasempour.

International career

He was a member of the Iran national under-20 football team at 1977 FIFA World Youth Championship. He made his debut for Iran national football team in Tehran on 6 September 1978 versus USSR. After that he played for national team in 1980 Olympic Games Qualification and 1980 AFC Asian Cup.

International goals

Scores and results list Iran's goal tally first.

References

Abdolreza Barzegari Wikipedia


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