Hossein Fekri

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Full name Hossein Fekri
Date of birth (1924-03-15)March 15, 1924
Place of birth Tehran, Iran[1]
Date of death July 1, 2003(2003-07-01) (aged 79)
Place of death Tehran, Iran
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1939–1943 Daraei
1943–1944 Shahin
1944–1953 Tehranjavan
National team
1951 Iran 2 (0)
Teams managed
1953–1961 Tehranjavan
1961–1966 Iran
1970–1971 Persepolis
1971–1975 Oghab
1975–1977 Tractor Sazi
1980–1995 Machine Sazi
1995–1996 Aboomoslem
1998 Payam Mashhad
1999–2000 Adonis Mashhad
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Hossein Fekri (Persian: حسین فکری, March 15, 1924 — July 1, 2003) was an Iranian football player and coach for the Iran national football team.[2] As an international player he won a silver medal at the 1951 Asian Games. At the club level he competed for Daraei and Shahin and then established Tehranjavan. He is third manager in the history of Persepolis, and managed football teams until he was 77 years old.[3]

Fekri had two brothers, Hassan and Mohammad, and five sons, Saeed, Masoud, Hamid, Pirouz and Iran; Masoud played football at the national level.[1]


  1. ^ a b Hossein Fekri. takhtejamshidcup.com
  2. ^ Biography: Hossein Fekri. Teammelli.com.
  3. ^ Hossein Fekri dies. Aftab.ir. Retrieved on 2017-07-04.