Majid Namjoo-Motlagh

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Majid Namjoo-Motlagh
Personal information
Full name Majid Namjoo-Motlagh
Date of birth (1967-03-31) March 31, 1967 (age 50)
Place of birth Tehran, Iran
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Manager (Former Midfielder)
Club information
Current team
Gol Gohar (manager)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1982–1985 Bank Melli
1985–1990 Esteghlal
1990 Al-Sadd
1991 Pas
1991–1992 Esteghlal
1992–1994 Keshavarz
1994–1997 Persepolis
1998 Belestier Khalsa
1998–2000 Bargh Tehran
National team
1986–1997 Iran 44 (4)
Teams managed
2006 Iran U19 (assistant)
2006–2007 Shahrdari Bandar Abbas
2007–2008 Aboomoslem (assistant)
2009–2012 Esteghlal (assistant)
2014–2015 Aluminium Hormozgan
2015– Gol Gohar
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Majid Namjoo-Motlagh (Persian: مجید نامجو مطلق‎‎; born May 13, 1967 in Tehran, Iran) is a former Iraniran football player and now manager.

Playing career[edit]

International career[edit]

Namjoo-Moltagh debuted for the Iran national football team on May 28, 1986 in a friendly match against China in Beijing. He made 45 appearances for Iran from 1986 to 1997.[1] In August 2015, He played for Iranian All-Star team against World All-Star. At the end of the game Namjoo-Motlagh asked Míchel Salgado to exchange jerseys, but Salgado ignored Namjoo-Motlagh's request.

Managerial career[edit]

Namjoo-Motlagh signed as head-coach of newly formed Shahrdari Bandar Abbas in August 2006. Near the end of the season he was replaced by former Mes Kerman head coach, Nader Dastneshan.

Career statistics[edit]

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 1 November 1989 Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium, Kuwait City, Kuwait  South Yemen 2–0 Won 1989 P&F Cup
2. 1 November 1989 Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium, Kuwait City, Kuwait  South Yemen 2–0 Won 1989 P&F Cup
3. 6 January 1993 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Pakistan 5–0 Won 1993 ECO Cup
4. 4 July 1993 Damascus, Syria  Chinese Taipei 0–6 Won 1994 World Cup qual.
Correct as of 6 October 2015[2]

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