Payam Mashhad F.C.

Payam Mashhad F.C.

Infobox Football club
clubname = Payam Mashhad

fullname = Payam Khorasan Razavi Cultural and Sport Club
nickname = The Green(Persian: سبز پوشان)
shortname =
founded = 1977
dissolved =
ground = Samen
capacity = 35,000
chairman = flagicon|IRN Ali Sallahi
mgrtitle = Head Coach
manager = flagicon|IRN Khodadad Azizi
league = Persian Gulf Cup
season = 2007-08
position = Azadegan League Group A, 1nd

Payam Khorasan Razavi F.C. (more commonly known as Payam Mashhad PerB|باشگاه فوتبال پيام خراسان) is an Iranian football club based in Mashhad, Razavi Khorasan. For 2008/09 season, the team will play in Iranian Premier League. The team used to be sponsored by Iranian car manufacturer Iran Khodro, Gach Khorasan, and Iran's Telecommunications and Post.

Club History

Throughout history, the team was known as Payam Mashhad, Payam Gach Khorasan, Payam Iran Khodro Khorasan, Payam Moghavemat Khorasan, Payam Peykan Mashhad, Payam Post Mashhad, Payam Mokhaberat Khorasan, Payam Ertebatat Mashhad and now Payam Mi Si No Khorasan. The club has always been owned by Iran's Telecommunications and Post. (Sources: [] , [ ISNA] ).

As of July 2007, Payam Soccer Team is owned by Mehregan Sharq Cultural and Sport Club. (Source: [] ).

As of December 2007, Payam is once again owned and known by "Payam Khorasan Razavi Cultural and Sport Club". (Source: [] ).

Club Chairman

*flagicon|Iran Reza Mohammadi 2005-2006
*flagicon|Iran Gholam Asghari 2006-2007
*flagicon|Iran Hadi Mohammadizadeh 2007-December 2007
*flagicon|Iran Mostafa Bani-Asad December 2007-?
*flagicon|Iran Ali Sallahi December ?-present

Head Coaches

*flagicon|Iran Seyed Mehdi Ghiyassi
*flagicon|Iran Majid Jalali 1996-1998
*flagicon|Iran Akbar Misaghian 1999-2002
*flagicon|Iran Nader Dastneshan 2004-2005
*flagicon|Iran Faraz Kamalvand 2005
*flagicon|Iran Armin Rahbar 2005-2006
*flagicon|Iran Hashem Rahbardar 2006-2007
*flagicon|Iran Abbas Chamanyan 2007-13 Nov 2007
*flagicon|Iran Ramezan Shokri (Temporary Head Coach) 14 Nov 2007-10 Dec 2007
*flagicon|Iran Masoud Hanteh 11 Dec 2007-8 Mar 2008
*flagicon|Iran Hadi Bargizar 9 Mar 2008 - 21 June 2008
*flagicon|Iran Khodadad Azizi 22 June 2008-

Current management team


"As of August 25 2008."

First-team squad

Football squad player|no=5|nat=Germany|pos=FW|name=Shpejtim Arifi ("Vice Captain")Football squad player|no=22|nat=Iran|pos=GK|name=Sirous Sangchouli ("Vice Captain")

2008-09 transfers



Performance in Iran's top division football league

Qods League

*1989/90: ?

Azadegan League

*1996/97: 7th
*1997/98: 14th

2nd Division

*1998/99: ?
*1999/00: ?
*2000/01: ?

Azadegan League

*2001/02: 5th
*2002/03: 4th
*2003/04: 6th
*2004/05: 2nd
*2005/06: 10th
*2006/07: 9th
*2007/08: 1st promoted on June 12, 2008 (Persian Gulf Cup2008/09)

Persian Gulf Cup (Iranian Premier League)



*Champion of Khorasan Football League 1987, 1989

Famous players

*flagicon|Iran Nima Nakisa
*flagicon|Iran Dariush Yazdani
*flagicon|Iran Reza Sahebi
*flagicon|Iran Mehdi Vaezi
*flagicon|Iran Masoud Hanteh
*flagicon|Iran Behzad Dadashzadeh
*flagicon|Iran Sattar Hamedani
*flagicon|Iran Ahmad Momenzadeh
*flagicon|Iran Mohammad Babayi
*flagicon|Iran Ramezan Shokri
*flagicon|Iran Morteza Bargizar
*flagicon|Iran Gholamhossein Nokhodian Esfehani
*flagicon|Scotland John Scott Peacock2000s
*flagicon|Iran Ali Zadehali
*flagicon|Iran Saeed Khani
*flagicon|Iran Mostafa Haghipour
*flagicon|Iran Sirous Sangchouli
*flagicon|Iran Iman Nematpour
*flagicon|Iran Mehrdad Mir
*flagicon|Iran Mohammad Atitork
*flagicon|Iran Mehdi Hasheminasab
*flagicon|Iran Mohsen Arzani
*flagicon|Germany flagicon|Kosovo Shpejtim Arifi


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* [ Iran-Newspaper]
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External links

* [ Official fans website]
* [ Payam Fans Blog]

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