Naser Pourmehdi

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Naser Pourmehdi
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Personal information
Full name Naser Pourmehdi
Date of birth (1959-08-02) August 2, 1959 (age 58)
Place of birth Isfahan, Iran
Club information
Current team
BYSC Corona United[1]
Teams managed
Years Team
1993–1998 (Coach of Zob-Ahan )
1998–1999 (Head coach of Folad-Mobarakeh)
1999–2000 (Head of coach Zob-Ahan Youth team )
2001–2004 (Participating in Asia Champion League)
2004–2005 Serving well in Isfahan Sepahan (Iran pro league)
2004–2005 (Head coach of Folad-Mobarakeh Sepahan club)
2005–2006 (Coach of Peykan club)
2006–2007 (Coach of Peykan club)
2009–2010 (Head coach of Aboo-Moslem club)[2]
2010–2011 (Head coach of Hamyari (Shahr Dari Arak) 1st division)
2013 (Director coaches of BYSC corona united soccer club in California-USA)[3]

Naser Pourmehdi (Persian: ناصر پور مهدی‎; born 1959, Isfahan, Iran) is an Iranian retired football player and current coach.

Early life[edit]

He was born in 1959 in Isfahan, Iran. He graduated from Azad University.

Playing career[edit]

  • 1973–1974 : playing for Alborz Club-Esfahan
  • 1975–1976 : Playing for Isfahan Young Adults Representatives
  • 1977–1978 : Playing for Isfahan Youths Representatives
  • 1976–1978(3 Years) : Playing for Zob-Ahan Club in Takhte-Jamshid National League in Youths and Adults age group.
  • 1979–1980 : Playing for Isfahan Bargh Club and winning the Championship Title in Isfahan Province.
  • 1981–1982 : Playing for Esfahan Pas Club.
  • 1983–1984 : Playing for Esfahan Gendarmerie (army) Club and Standing the 1st Provincial Place in Isfahan Province through competition held for selecting the qualified team for the National League.
  • 1985–1986 : playing for Isfahan sazman goosht club and standing the 2nd Provincial in the National cup league
  • 1982–1984–1985–1986 : Playing for Isfahan Province Adults Representatives,taking part in the National Championship Completions and Ghods League for five years and winning the National Championship Title two times.
  • 1987–1988 : Playing for Najaf Abad Azad University, winning the Championship Title in the region and the 2nd in the country.
  • 1988–1989 : Playing for Tehran Sazman Goosht club,winning the 1st title in division 2 league.
  • 1990–1991 : Playing for Tehran Keshvarz Club,meeting qualification for playing in Iran National League.
  • 1992–1993 :Playing for Isfahan Zob-Ahan Club,winning the provincial championship title and meeting qualifications for playing in the National League.

Coaching career[edit]

  • 1979–7982 :Head coach of Isfahan pas club for four years
  • 1979–1982 :Head coach and coach of different age-group provincial representatives in Isfahan during the National Championship Competitions,and winning different titles.
  • 1983–1984 :Head coach of Isfahan Gandarmerie (army) Club, winning the 1st provincial title held for selecting the qualified teams for the National League.
  • 1988–1989 : Head coach of Najaf Abad Azad University; winning the 1st title in the region and the 2nd national place held in Mashhad.
  • 1993–1998:coach of Zob-Ahan (Iran pro league) for five years during National League Of Azadegan
  • 1998–1999:Head coach of Folad-Mobarakeh (Iran pro league) for one year during the 1st Division League
  • 1999–2000:Head coach of Zob-Ahan (Iran pro league) Youth Team,winning Provincial Championship
  • 2001–2004 : Serving well in Isfahan Sepahan (Iran pro league) Club for four years and winning the championship title in the National premier League held in 2001 to 2004; winning championship of the knockoff League 2002–2003
  • 2004–2005 :Participating in Asia Championship League via Folad-Mobarakeh Sepahan (Iran pro league) Club
  • 2004–2005 :Head coach of Folad-Mobarakeh Sepahan (Iran pro league) Club
  • 2005–2006:Coach of Peyakan (Iran pro league) Club
  • 2006–2007:Coach of Peyakan (Iran pro league) Club
  • 2009–2010 : Head coach of Aboo-Moslem club[4]
  • 2010–2011 head coach of Hamyari (Shahr Dari Arak) 1st division.
  • 2013–2013 Director coaches of BYSC corona united soccer club in California-USA

Coaching Qualification[edit]

  • A specific course for young adults and youths in Tehran supervised by the Football Federation
  • participation in Football Physiology Exercise Workshop (by Thomas Reilly in 2000)
  • Holding class B Certificate from Asia Football Confederation
  • Holding Futtor Certificate(Dr Hesham Montaser -FIFA Instructor from Switzerland)
  • Holding an Advanced Football Coaching Certificate (by Billt Bingham from England,FIFA Instructor)
  • Holding an Advanced Football Coaching Certificate(by Philip Ridden from France,FIFA Instructor)
  • Holding an Advanced Football Coaching Certificate(by Roteh Muller from Germany)
  • Holding an Advanced Certificate(A) from the Asia Football Confederation(by Reinhard Schom from Germany)
  • Holding the Footsal Coaching Certificate (By Khaviar Louzano from Spain)
  • Holding the Footsal Coaching Certificate(By victor Hermanse -the coach of the Netherlands)
  • Holding the pro license(professional football coach license) by Asian football confederation-instructor of FIFA:Roteh Muller from Germany 2008. and he is a soccer hall of famer.

As a instructor (1997–2000)[edit]

  • Teaching specific courses for different age groups in Isfahan
  • Teaching Class B and C coaching courses in Isfahan and Keraman
  • Teaching Class D in Isfahan
  • Teaching Class C in Isfahan for three times
  • Teaching Class C in Kerman once
  • Teaching Class C in Yazd once
  • Teaching assistant of Class A in Isfahan ran by Reinhard Fabich from Germany

Participating in specious courses designed for instructors of Asia Football Federation and Confederation

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BYSC hire Naser Pourmehdi as new Technical Director". BYSC Corona United. March 9, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Head coach of Aboo-Moslem club". Donyaye Eghtesad Press. June 18, 2009. 
  3. ^ "BYSC hire Naser Pourmehdi as new Technical Director". BYSC Corona United. March 9, 2013. 
  4. ^ "Head coach of Aboo-Moslem club". Donyaye Eghtesad Press. June 18, 2009. 

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