Iraj Arab has been officially appointed as general manager of Iran’s Persepolis football club. Arab, who was previously working as deputy chief of the club’s administrative and financial affairs, was named as acting general manager of Persepolis in December and he has been chosen as the Club GM on Wednesday. Arab replaced Hamid Reza Garshasbi […]
Iraj Arab has been officially appointed as acting general manager of Iran’s Persepolis football club. Arab was previously working as deputy chief of the club’s administrative and financial affairs. He replaced Hamid Reza Garshasbi in the football club. Garshasbi left his post due to a law barring the employment of retirees in government, state or public institutions […]
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