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Ali Karimi: Iranian Soccer Player on German Team, FC Schalke 04

In early 2011, Iranian soccer player, Ali Karimi, who has appeared in 112 international matches, was signed by popular German soccer team: FC Schalke 04.

Donning the number 10 shirt for his new team, Karimi’s contract will keep him on Schalke until end of the current campaign.

Not a new-comer to the Bundesliga, Karimi, has made 33 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern Munich; scoring three goals, and winning the Bundesliga title and the DFB Cup in 2006. Continue Reading

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World Cup Qualifier Iran VS. S. Korea: Iranian Soccer Team Goes Green

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L-R, Javad Nekounam, Ali Karimi -- Image via FSC

Iran vs. South Korea: Players of the Iranian national soccer team (Team Melli): Kaebi, Mahdavikia, Nekounam, Aghili, and Karimi wear green wrist and arm bands in solidarity with the color du jour symbolizing support for the upheaval in their homeland due to the outcome of the Iranian election.

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World Cup Qualifier Iran VS. S. Korea: Iranian Soccer Team Goes Green

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L-R, Javad Nekounam, Ali Karimi -- Image via FSC

Iran vs. South Korea: Players of the Iranian national soccer team (Team Melli): Kaebi, Mahdavikia, Nekounam, Aghili, and Karimi wear green wrist and arm bands in solidarity with the color du jour symbolizing support for the upheaval in their homeland due to the outcome of the Iranian election.

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World Cup 2010 Qualifier: Iran vs. UAE

 

Ali Karimi - Image via FSC

Ali Karimi - Image via FSC

UAE has never beaten Iran in an international soccer match.

And so the trend continues.

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World Cup 2010 Qualifier: Iran vs. UAE

Ali Karimi - Image via FSC

Ali Karimi - Image via FSC

UAE has never beaten Iran in an international soccer match.

And so the trend continues.

Continue Reading

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