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Hamid Estili

Hamid Estili
Estili in 2013
Personal information
Full name Hamid Reza Estili
Date of birth (1971-01-11) 11 January 1971
Place of birth Tehran, Iran
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Playing position Defensive Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Malavan (manager)
Youth career
1982–1989 Pas
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989–1992 Pas
1992–1993 Persepolis 20 (1)
1993–1994 Bahman
1994–1995 Al Qadisia
1995–1996 Bahman
1996 Geylang United
1996–1998 Bahman
1998–2004 Persepolis 98 (9)
National team
1990–2000 Iran 82 (12)
Teams managed
2004–2008 Persepolis (Assistant)
2009–2010 Steel Azin
2010–2011 Shahin Bushehr
2011 Persepolis
2014–2015 Rah Ahan
2015– Malavan

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Hamid Reza Estili (Persian: حميد استيلی‎‎, born 11 January 1971[1] in Tehran) is an Iranian football coach and retired player. Estili was a member of Iran national football team and is mostly remembered for his memorable goal and goal celebration against USA at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.[2][3] He is currently the head coach of Malavan in Iran Pro League.

Contents

  • Early life 1
  • Club career 2
    • Club career statistics 2.1
  • International career 3
    • International caps 3.1
    • Goals scored 3.2
  • Coaching career 4
    • Assistant Coach of Persepolis 4.1
      • Early Years (2004–2007) 4.1.1
      • Assistantship of Afshin Ghotbi (2007–2008) 4.1.2
    • Steel Azin 4.2
    • Shahin Bushehr 4.3
    • Return to Persepolis as Head Coach 4.4
    • Rah Ahan 4.5
    • Statistics 4.6
  • Personal life 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Early life

He was born on 1 April 1967 in Nazi Abad, Tehran. His father was a businessman and his mother was a nurse. He began his career in football with playing in Pas Tehran in 1982. His younger brother was also a footballer and died in April 2011 after an accident.

Club career

Estili has played for many clubs such as Al Qadisiya Kuwait, Bahman, Esteghlal Jonoub, Geylang United and Pas, but his best years were spent at Persepolis.

After the 1998 FIFA World Cup he signed for FK Austria Wien, however due to unforeseen circumstances, he returned to Iran and played the remaining six years of his career at his beloved Persepolis FC.

In the famous Tehran derby played in 2000, he fought with Mohammad Navazi at the end of the match and was arrested by Police. They were imprissoned in Qasr Prison for 3 days.[4] He was suspended for the rest of season.[5]

He retired from competitive club football in 2004.

Club career statistics

Club performance League Cup Continental Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Iran League Hazfi Cup Asia Total
1992–93 Persepolis Azadegan League 15 0 0 0 8 1 291 31
1993–94 5 1 1 0 4 0 10 1
1998–99 18 4 6 0 - - 24 4
1999–00 21 2 1 0 7 0 29 2
2000–01 11 2 0 0 9 2 20 4
2001–02 Iran Pro League 16 0 4 0 - - 20 0
2002–03 20 1 ? ? 3 0 ? ?
2003–04 12 0 ? ? - - ? ?
Total 118 10 122 02 31 3 1672 152
  • 1 includes 6 matches and 2 goals in Tehran Super League.
  • 2 Statistics Incomplete.

International career

Estili started playing football from an early age and was able to impress, eventually being called up the national football team. At age 23, he made his debut versus the USSR. He was known as the workhorse of the national team, but is mostly remembered for his memorable goal and goal celebration against USA at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.

Estili retired from international football after match against South Korea in 2000. He had 82 caps and 12 goals for the national team.His goal to America team To be known as the Goal of the Century. Estili's shirt in world cup 1998 with Zinedine Zidane's shirt are in fifa musium.

International caps

Iran national team
Year Apps Goals
1990 1 0
1992 1 0
1993 11 2
1996 14 1
1997 18 4
1998 17 1
1999 6 0
2000 13 4
Total 82 12

Goals scored

Scores and results list Iran's goal tally first.
# Date City Opponent Score Result Competition
1 18 October 1993 Doha, Qatar  Japan 1–0 2–1 World Cup Qualifier
2 6 June 1997 Damascus, Syria  Syria 0–0 1–0 World Cup Qualifier
3 2 September 1997 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 0–3 1–3 Friendly
4 26 September 1997 Tehran, Iran  Kuwait 0–1 1–1 World Cup Qualifier
5 17 October 1997 Dalian, China  China PR 0–2 4–2 World Cup Qualifier
6 17 October 1997 Dalian, China  China PR 1–2 4–2 World Cup Qualifier
7 17 October 1997 Dalian, China  China PR 2–2 4–2 World Cup Qualifier
8 19 October 1997 Tehran, Iran  Saudi Arabia 0–0 1–1 World Cup Qualifier
9 22 April 1998 Tehran, Iran  Jamaica 0–0 1–0 LG Cup
10 21 June 1998 Lyon, France  United States 1–0 2–1 World Cup
11 12 October 2000 Beirut, Lebanon  Lebanon 2–0 4–0 Asian Cup
12 12 October 2000 Beirut, Lebanon  Lebanon 3–0 4–0 Asian Cup
M W D L G P
82 43 23 16 12 109

Coaching career

Assistant Coach of Persepolis

Early Years (2004–2007)

Estili was appointed as assistant coach for Persepolis FC in 2004, as the assistant of Ali Parvin, and then Rainer Zobel.[6] A few months after Arie Haan was chosen as the Head coach, he was sacked by him.[6] After Haan left the team in August 2006, and Mustafa Denizli was signed as the head coach, Estili returned to his former position. On 13 January 2007, During the 2006–07 mid-season break, Estili left the team being sacked again,[6] this time by Denizli due to problems with him. Denizli later stated that "It would be better for him to take some professional trainings",[7] and Estili Compared Denizli's contract with the Treaty of Turkmenchay.[8]

Assistantship of Afshin Ghotbi (2007–2008)

Estili was the assistant coach to Afshin Ghotbi, the head-coach of the club in the IPL 2007/08 season. However, with a lot of tension between the two coaches over the team selection, players, and other decisions it was foreseen that one of them will have to leave Perspolis F.C. at the end of the season.[9] Ghotbi left at the end of the season, and Estili was touted as the new Perspolis manager. However, with Ghotbi's return, Estili left Perspolis.[6]

Steel Azin

He was appointed as the head coach of the new promoted team Steel Azin in summer of 2009 and had many starts such as Ali Karimi, Mehdi Mahdavikia, Hossein Kaebi, Fereydoon Zandi, Amir Shapourzadeh and Alireza Vahedi Nikbakht but after failing to progress in Hazfi Cup and totally missing the chance of winning the league he was sacked in 19 April 2010.[6]

On 20 September 2009; in the half time break of the match against Esteghlal, he experienced a squeal with Fereydoon Zandi. Zandi threw a bottle toward him, and Estili then slapped Zandi. The incident led to a fight.[6]

Shahin Bushehr

He was appointed Head Coach of Shahin Bushehr on 1 June 2010 and was fired on 4 April 2011, replaced by Mahmoud Yavari. at the time he was sacked, Shahin were in 17th place out of 18, achieving 16 points in 18 matches.[10]

Return to Persepolis as Head Coach

On 1 June 2011, It was announced that he is one of the candidates for coaching Persepolis,[11] alongside Hamid Derakhshan and the current coach, Hazfi Cup winner Ali Daei.[12] Chairman of the club, Habib Kashani, launched a "Technical Committee" consisting of Bijan Zolfagharnasab, Mohammad Panjali and Mohammad Zadmehr to select the next coach among the three.[13][14] Daei exposed his proposal for 2011–12 season to the club, but he was unable to remain in the club due to tensions with Habib Kashani.[12] Technical Committee stated a condition for Daei: "Daei Should communicate properly with Kashani", which he rejected.[15] On 21 June 2011, Estili was selected as head coach of Persepolis by "The Technical Committee".[16]

Some fans believed that the Technical Committee was a show from Kashani to pull over Daei, and select his "beloved friend" Estili.[17] In a Poll by Navad, 68% believed that "Estili won't be successful with Persepolis".[18]

In the opening match of the season against Malavan, which ended 1–1 after the weak performance of Persepolis and late tying goal by Hossein Badamaki, fans started screaming the name of Ali Daei since 60th minute, showing their displeasure.[19] protests continued in next matches by Booing Estili and Kashani, and slogans wanting them to leave the club.[20][21][22][23] In a poll by Navad on 15 August 2011, 51% believed that the way Estili was chosen is the main reason of protests. Other reasons included weak performance by players (36%) and impatient fans (%13).[24]

He led Persepolis in the 15 matches with five won, five defeats and five draws. He finally resigned on 9 December 2011 after a 3–0 home defeat to arch rivals Esteghlal in quarter-finals of 2011–12 Hazfi Cup.

On 27 November 2012, he was appointed as Persepolis Academy's Director by Mohammad Rouyanian.

Rah Ahan

On 26 June 2014, Estili was named as new manager of Rah Ahan.

Statistics

As of 31 October 2015
Team From To Record
G W D L Win % GF GA +/-
Steel Azin July 2009 April 2010 34 15 11 8 44.12 60 51 +9
Shahin Bushehr June 2010 April 2011 28 6 9 13 21.43 25 31 −6
Persepolis June 2011 December 2011 18 7 5 6 38.89 23 23 0
Rah Ahan June 2014 February 2015 20 5 5 10 25.00 18 29 –11
Malavan August 2015 Present 11 4 4 3 36.36 10 8 +2
Total 111 37 34 40 34.50 136 142 –6

Personal life

Estili is an Iranian Azari. His father was born in Baku, Soviet Union and his mother is from Sarab. He was married in 1999 with Anahita Zahraee and has two daughters, Atena (born 2002) and Anita (born 2005).[25] They are currently living in Saadat Abad.

References

  1. ^ Hamid Estili ffiri.ir
  2. ^ telegraph
  3. ^ britannica
  4. ^ goal.com
  5. ^ Khabaronline
  6. ^ a b c d e f goal.com
  7. ^ Hamshahri
  8. ^ Hamshahri
  9. ^ "An Interview with Afshin Ghotbi". Iran Sports News. 2 February 2007. Retrieved 11 February 2008. 
  10. ^ Aftab
  11. ^ Estili, next persepolis head coach?
  12. ^ a b (Persian)Goal.com
  13. ^ [2]
  14. ^ ISNA
  15. ^ (Persian) Persepolis FC Website: Daei did not accept the condition of Technical Committee
  16. ^ Estili becomes Persepolis head coach
  17. ^ Tabnak
  18. ^ Navad
  19. ^ (Persian) Goal.com
  20. ^ Khabaronline
  21. ^ Khabaronline
  22. ^ Rajanews
  23. ^ perspolis-club.com
  24. ^ Qudsonline
  25. ^ With Estili and his family

External links

  • Estili's Goal Against United States in FIFA World Cup 1998
  • RSSSF archive of Hamid Reza Estili's international appearances
  • An Interview with Afshin Ghotbi
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