Rahian Kermanshah F.C.

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Rahiyan Kermanshah
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Full name Rahiyan Kermanshah Football Club
Founded 2006
Ground Kargaran Stadium
Kermanshah
Iran
Ground Capacity 1,000[1]
Chairman Farman Karimi
Head Coach Edmond Yunanpour
League Azadegan League
2013–14 Azadegan League Group 2, 8th

Rahiyan Kermanshah Football Club (Persian: باشگاه فوتبال راهیان کرمانشاه‎‎) (former named by Shirin Faraz) is an Iranian football club based in Kermanshah, Iran and compete in the Azadegan League. The club is in the private ownership of Farman Karimi.

History[edit]

Establishment[edit]

Before the start of the 2006–07 season, Oghab a team with much history sold its right to participate in the Azadegan League to Shirin Faraz. In 2012 the club name and sponsorship changed to Rahian Kermanshah.

Promotion to Iran Pro League[edit]

The club achieved promotion to the Iran Pro League in 2007 after a 4–2 aggregate playoff victory against Tractor Sazi, along with Pegah Gilan.

Relegation[edit]

Shirin Faraz was relegated from the Persian Gulf Cup with 3 games remaining in the season. The team was plagued with coaching and management problems for most of the season and often fielded teams consisting mostly of players from their youth squad. They failed to gain promotion the season after and finished mid table in their group. In 2012 Farman Karimi took over the club and renamed it Rahian Kermanshah Football Club.

Name history[edit]

  • Shirin Faraz Kermanshah (2006–2012)
  • Rahiyan Kermanshah (Since 2012)
Old logo used by club from 2006 to 2012

Stadium[edit]

The Azadi Stadium in Kermanshah has a capacity of 20,000.[1]

Season-by-season[edit]

The table below chronicles the achievements of Shirin Faraz in various competitions since 2006.

Season League Position Hazfi Cup Notes
2006–07 Azadegan League 2nd First Round Promoted
2007–08 Iran Pro League 18th 1/16 Final Relegated
2008–09 Azadegan League 7th 1/16 Final
2009–10 Azadegan League 6th Second Round
2010–11 Azadegan League 6th Second Round
2011–12 Azadegan League 11th 1/16 Final
2012–13 Azadegan League 5th
2013–14 Azadegan League 8th Third Round

Club managers[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

Name Period
Iran Faraz Kamalvand 2006–07
Serbia Miodrag Ješić 2007
Iran Mahmoud Fekri 2007
Brazil Marco Octavio 2007–
Iran Shahram Mehrpeyma 2008–
Iran Yaghob Vatani 2008–09
Iran Mahmoud Fekri 2009–10
Iran Edmond Yonanpour 2010
Iran Majid Aghajari 2010–2011
Iran Hadi Bargizar 2011
Iran Reza Mohajeri 2011
Iran Majid Aghajari 2011
Iran Omid Tayyeri 2012
Iran Javad Zarincheh 2012–2013
Iran Edmond Yonanpour 2013–2014

Players[edit]

As of October 30, 2010.[2]

First-team squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Iran GK Masoud Poormohamad
Iran DF Mahmood Khamisi
Iran Hadi Nasrollahi
Iran DF Saber Khosnam
Iran MF Karim Ahmadi
Iran MF Hamed Akbari
Iran MF Esmaeil Kiani
Cameroon FW Martin Ongfiang
Iran DF Hadi Mousavi
Iran Shirzad Ghahtan
Iran DF Majid Amiri
Iran MF Mohammad Norouzi
Cameroon GK Alphonse Assa
Iran MF Mohammed Arbabi
No. Position Player
Iran GK Saeed Ramazani
Iran DF Vahid Babaeinia
Cameroon FW Patrik Sullivan
Iran FW Kousha Bahaeipour
Iran FW Farshad Salarvand
Iran MF Sajjad Khosravi
Iran MF Hamed Zamani
Iran DF Babak Falamarzi
Iran DF Hesam Maghsodi
Iran MF Majid Gheitasi
Iran MF Sajjad Karimizand
Iran DF Jafar Heidari
Iran FW Mohammad Bagher Zaferani

For recent transfers, see List of Iranian football transfers, summer 2010.

References[edit]

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