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Mehdi Seyed Salehi

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Place of birth  Tehran, Iran
Name  Mehdi Seyed-Salehi
Playing position  Striker
Role  Football player
1993–1996  Bank Melli
Height  1.90 m
1996–1997  Moghavemat Tehran

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Full name  Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Seyed-Salehi
Date of birth  (1981-07-27) 27 July 1981 (age 34)
Current team  Rah Ahan Crystal F.C. (#99 / Forward)


Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Seyed-Salehi, (more commonly known as Mehdi Seyed-Salehi, Persian: سید محمد مهدی سید صالحی‎‎, born July 27, 1981 in Iran) is a former Iranian football player. He usually played as a striker.


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Seyed-Salehi had been playing for Esfahani club Sepahan for most of his career. He scored four goals in Sepahan's first three matches in the 2007 AFC Champions League. Following his impressive performances for Sepahan in the Asian Champions League, he was selected among 2007 Asian Player of the Year nominees, along with Iranian expatriate Javad Nekounam of CA Osasuna.


He moved to Paykan and started the seasons very impressive and moved to Esteghlal at the end of the seasons.


He signed a two-year contract with Tehran's reds until end of 2013–14 Season. He scored his first goal in his debut match against Tractor Sazi.


On 18 June 2014, Seyed-Salehi signed a contract with Saipa after being released by Persepolis, effective from 1 July 2014. He played his first match for Saipa on 1 August 2014 against newly promoted Naft Masjed Soleyman.

Club career statistics

As of 16 October 2014.
  • Assist Goals
  • International career

    He was a member of Iran national under-23 football team in its unsuccessful qualification campaign for Athens 2004.

    He made his debut for Iran national football team in October 2008, coming in as a substitute against North Korea national football team. He scored his first goal in a friendly match against China in Oman from the penalty kick.


  • AFC Champions League: 2007 (Runner-up)
  • Iran Pro League: 2002–03, 2007–08 (Runner-up), 2011–12
  • Hazfi Cup: 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07
  • Esteghlal
  • Iran Pro League: 2010–11 (Runner-up)
  • Tractor Sazi
  • Iran Pro League: 2012–13 (Runner-up)
  • Persepolis
  • Iran Pro League: 2013–14 (Runner-up)
  • References

    Mehdi Seyed-Salehi Wikipedia