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Nader Dastneshan

Full name  Nader Dastneshan
Name  Nader Dastneshan
Place of birth  Qa'em Shahr, Iran
Role  Football player
Playing position  Midfielder
Position  Midfielder
Years  Team

Date of birth  (1960-05-24) May 24, 1960 (age 55)
Current team  Nassaji Mazandaran (manager)

Nader Dastneshan (Persian: نادر دست نشان ‎‎, born on 24 May 1960 in Qa'em Shahr) is a retired Iranian football player and now a coach.


Nader Dastneshan Varzesh video Football Respect Ali Daei and Nader Dastneshan

Early life

He was born on 24 May 1960 in Qa'em Shahr, Mazandaran Province. His father Azerbaijani was from Tabriz and his mother was from Sari. He has three sisters and five brothers which he is last son of the family. At beginning of football, he was a goalkeeper but later he became Midfielder.

Club career

He was started his career in Nasaji Mazandaran and was in club until his retirement in 1993. Whilst at Nassaji, Dastneshan is famous for scoring 9 goals in 8 consecutive games in one season.

Coaching career

He studied about coaching techniques in FIFA and received a degree by AFC for coaching. He became assistant coach to Carlo Soldoy, Italian head coach of Iran under-20 national football team in 1997. Iran U-20 became fourth in AFC Asian Cup at that year. He coached in many Iranian clubs and he is known as a manager that upgrades teams to Division 1 of Iranian football but he doesn't managed for more than one year in each club.


Mes Kerman
  • Azadegan League (1): 2006–07
  • Pegah Gilan
  • Hazfi Cup (1): 2007–08 (Runner-up)
  • Steel Azin
  • Azadegan League (1): 2008–09
  • Naft Tehran
  • Azadegan League (1): 2009–10
  • Sanat Naft
  • Azadegan League (1): 2015–16 (promotion)
  • References

    Nader Dastneshan Wikipedia

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