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Why did Queiroz walk out on Iran?

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Queiroz resigns again as Iran coach

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 By John Duerden

Reza Ghoochannejhad leads the way for Iranian strikers in Europe

iran forward Reza Ghoochannejhad
Iran striker Reza Ghoochannejhad has scored 13 league goals in 22 matches for Heerenveen his season.

Last Sunday was memorable for Iran's football fans around the world. In the Eredivisie, two top-six teams were lining up, with both featuring a striker from the West Asian nation. Alireza Jahanbakhsh was in AZ Alkmaar's attack, while Reza Ghoochannejhad was leading the line for SC Heerenveen. The former was on the winning team while the latter ended up on the scoresheet.

Iran have been Asia's top-ranked side for four years, and are well on course for a fifth World Cup appearance in 2018. "Team Melli,"...

Iran official withdraws from Asian election for FIFA Council

Moya Dodd
Moya Dodd is a candidate for the FIFA Council.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Iranian official Ali Kafashian has dropped out of an election to join the FIFA Council, and officials from South Korea and Philippines have entered.

The Asian Football Confederation said on Thursday that four men are competing for three seats on the ruling council at a rescheduled election on May 8 in Bahrain. The contenders are Zhang Jian of China, Sheik Ahmad Al Sabah of Kuwait, Mariano Varaneta of Philippines and Chung Mong-gyu of South Korea.

The four contenders for...

 By John Duerden

Carlos Queiroz opens up on Iran, World Cup qualifiers and Branko Ivankovic

Carlos Quieroz
Carlos Queiroz resigned from the Iran national team manager's job on Saturday.

Iran have been the top-ranked Asian nation, according to FIFA, for four years. They were unbeaten in 2016 and sit on top of Group A in the final round of qualification for the 2018 World Cup, well-placed to secure back-to-back finals places for the first time.

But coach Carlos Queiroz has just resigned and the situation surrounding the national team is febrile. Not for the first time, in either case. This is different, however, insists the coach who took the job in 2011.

The former Real...

Carlos Queiroz resigns again from his role as Iran coach

Carlos Queiroz has resigned multiple times since his appointment in 2011.

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has resigned, citing a lack of support from the Iranian Football Assocation amid a club vs. country row.

The former Real Madrid and Portugal coach took Iran to their fourth World Cup in 2014 and they are currently top of their qualifying group for the tournament in 2018. Iran are also ranked No. 29 in the world by FIFA, the highest in Asia, and were unbeaten in 2016.

With a place at what would be a first-ever successive World Cup appearance within sight, Queiroz announced...