|Full name||Mohammad Parvin|
|Date of birth||14 June 1988|
|Place of birth||Tehran, Iran|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Midfielder / Winger|
|2008||→ Dunajská Streda (loan)||13||(2)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 May 2013.
Mohammad Parvin (Persian: محمد پروين; born 14 June 1988 in Tehran, Iran) is a former Iranian football player. He is also the son of Ali Parvin, a legendary Iranian football player. He retired in 2014.
Mohammad Parvin began his career at the Persepolis youth academy in Tehran before signing his first pro contract in 2005. Despite the fact that his father was the head coach of the team, he remained unused until making his debut in a friendly match against German giants Bayern Munich. Being dubbed as a future star player in the national team, his time at Persepolis turned difficult following his fathers departure as a coach. He later followed his Parvin senior, who had become technical director of Steel Azin, and became the top scorer in the first division. Following a remarkable season in a star-studded second tier side, he chose to move soon, again shortly after his fathers resignation. Despite reportedly being offered a contract by Persepolis, he moved to Saipa. It was speculated that the reason for his refusal to play at Persepolis was the troublesome relationship between Dariush Mostafavi (then Club CEO at Persepolis) and his father Ali Parvin. After only 12 performances at Saipa, he spent 6 successful months on loan at Dunajská Streda in Europe only to return to his beloved Persepolis in July 2009. His second stint at the continents most popular football team, was another difficult experience and Mohammad was on the move once again in 2011. His next stop was Paykan, another short term stint as soon newly promoted Gahar Zagros followed.
It is often argued that his lackluster performance and much traveled resume is a result of the pressure that comes along the name of Parvin, and his fathers publicized involvement in Iranian football.
Club career statistics
Last Update: 10 May 2013
|2007–08||Steel Azin||Division 1||22||15||2||0||-||-||24||15|
|2008–09||Dunajská Streda||Slovak Superliga||13||2||0||0||-||-||13||2|
|2012–13||Gahar Zagros||Pro League||8||1||0||0||-||-||8||1|
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