Sepahan confirms Veisi as new head coach

May 24, 2016

Sepahan football club has announces the appointment of Abdollah Veisi as the new head coach on Monday.

Veisi, who led Esteghlal Khuzestan to Iran Professional League title in the historic 2015-16 season, will try to lead Sepahan back to glory days.
Sepahan had a poor performance in the Iran Professional League and finished in 11th place.
“We won the league title with Esteghlal Khuzestan but I decided to leave as we didn’t come to an agreement with the club officials,” Veisi said.
“I played nine years at Sepahan and I love this team. They offered me the job and I accepted it. I would like to request Isfahani fans to support the team and we will try our best to bring the glory days back to the team,” Veisi said.
Sepahan started the 2015-16 league with Hossein Faraki as the head coach but he left after just 11 weeks, then the club appointed Croatian Igor Stimac as his successor but he couldn’t stand more than 15 games and resigned. 
In the final four weeks of the league Ghasem Zaghinejad appointed as the interim coach until the end of the season.


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