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Ali Daei grew up on 21 March, 1969 in Ardabil, Iran, is a Footballer,Businessman. Find Ali Daei’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years of age.

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How old? 52 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 21 March 1969
Born day 21 March
Birthplace Ardabil, Iran
Nationality Iran

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At 52 years of age. Ali Daei height is 1.92 m .

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Who Is Ali Daei’s Wife?

His wife is Mona Farokhazari (m. 2005)

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Children Deniz Daei, Nora Daei

Ali Daei income

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Ali Daei worth at the age of 52 years of age. Ali Daei’s income source is mostly from being a successful . Born and raised in Iran. We have estimated Ali Daei’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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2017

Daei became manager of Saipa on 14 May 2017, a club that he started his coaching career in 2006 and led them to the league title in 2007.

2016

Daei became manager of Naft Tehran on 5 July 2016 with signing a two-year contract, replacing Alireza Mansourian. He led Naft to the Hazfi Cup title but left the club at the end of the season.

2015

On 1 July 2015, Daei became head coach of Saba Qom, signing a two-year contract. In two seasons with Saba he finished ninth and seventh in the Persian Gulf Pro League. He left Saba a few weeks before the start of the 2016–17 season due to uncertainty in the Saba’s ownership situation.

2014

He was sacked on 10 September 2014 after a poor start of 2014–15 season.

2013

Despite many rumors that Daei will leave Rah Ahan for other clubs such as Persepolis or Tractor, he decided to stay with the club “to build a team that can qualify for the AFC Champions League.” However, his contract was terminated on 20 May 2013, making ways for him to become head coach of Persepolis.

On 20 May 2013, he signed a three-year contract to become head coach of Persepolis after a long negotiation. It was the second time that he signed with Persepolis, he returned to his former side after two seasons. He officially began his work with Persepolis on 1 June 2013. His first match came against Tractor, which Persepolis won 1–0 with the goal coming from Mehdi Seyed Salehi. At the end of his first year at Persepolis, his side finished runners-up, two points less than champions Foolad.

2012

During the 2012–13 season Ali Daei used many young players such as Mojtaba Shiri and Omid Alishah, and Rah Ahan finished the season in the 8th place which was the clubs’ best finish in the league since 1937. Thanks to Daei’s popularity, more people started to watch Rah Ahan’s matches, and for the second straight year, Daei was able to beat his former club Persepolis.

On 17 March 2012, Daei’s car overturned as he was driving back to Tehran from Isfahan with his brother. Just prior to the accident, his team, Rah Ahan, had been beaten by Sepahan. Daei was then transferred to a hospital near Kashan. Rah Ahan’s Media Officer, Hossein Ghadousi stated that “Daei is in a stable condition with regards to his vital signs and is not currently in any acute danger as a result of the accident”. He was transferred to Laleh hospital in Tehran the following day.

2011

On 14 July 2011, Daei signed a one-year contract as head coach of Rah Ahan. In his first match as head coach of Rah Ahan, he made a 2–2 draw with Zob Ahan. In his first season as Rah Ahan’s head coach, he led the club to the 11th position.

2009

In 2009, Daei turned down a job offer as manager of Rah Ahan. It was widely believed that Daei could be next in-line for the coaching position of Persepolis but the club chose Zlatko Kranjčar. On 28 December 2009 Daei was chosen as coach of Persepolis. At the end of the 2009–10 Season, Persepolis finished fourth in the league but they became Hazfi Cup champions. In the Hazfi Cup final, Persepolis defeated Azadegan League side Gostaresh Foolad Tabriz 4–1 on aggregate to qualify for the 2011 AFC Champions League. In the 2010–11 season, Persepolis finished fourth in the league and was eliminated in the group stage of the 2011 AFC Champions League but at the end of the season Persepolis won the 2010–11 Hazfi Cup after defeating rivals Sepahan, Foolad and Malavan. Daei had many people against him while at Persepolis including the chairman Habib Kashani and after a contention with Kashani, he stated that “I won’t work with Kashani Anymore”. On 20 June 2011, Technical committee of Perspolis re-appointed Daei as Persepolis’s head coach but he resigned on 21 June. The technical committee chose Hamid Estili as Daei’s successor on that day. During his time at Persepolis, Daei brought up many youngsters such as Hamidreza Ali Asgari and Saman Aghazamani and other players such as Hadi Norouzi and Maziar Zare were chosen for Team Melli thanks to Daei. Despite the fact that many challenges and difficulties such as the leaders of fans and the clubs’ Chairman Kashani were in Daei’s way, Persepolis was crowned Hazfi Cup Champions for two successive years and the fans themselves always loved and cheered Daei but at the same time they did not cheer for any player. Under the management of Daei, Persepolis won back to back trophies for the first time in 13 seasons.

2008

On 2 March 2008 IRIFF officially appointed Ali Daei as Team Melli’s new head coach. Despite admitting that his appointment as manager of the Iranian national team was a “surprise”, Daei refused to leave his current coaching job at Saipa F.C., therefore taking on dual managerial careers until after Saipa had entered the Asian Champion League quarterfinals, after which Daei left Saipa by mutual consent. While Daei guided Iran to a respectable 16–6–3 mark, his third loss on 28 March 2009 to a Saudi Arabian team that was down 1–0 to Iran in Tehran proved to be the final straw. During his tenure as the National Team coach, the Iranian team managed the weakest World Cup Qualification results in its history with only one win out of 5 WCQ games. After the loss in the 2010 World Cup Qualifier, Daei was fired as head coach after the match. While introducing many new players such as Gholamreza Rezaei, and Ehsan Hajysafi, Daei’s squad was often in flux as to who would be invited to a fixture. As well, many critics pointed towards the failures of Daei’s team to score and an unsolved weakness in the central defense as causes for his downfall.

On 7 April 2008, Daei announced that he had begun writing an autolife story, due to be released in March 2010, and that despite reflecting on “bitter and sweet memories” he stated he would “keep some of his secrets in his heart forever”. The book has not yet been released.

2007

On 6 March 2007, Ali Daei was fined $2000 and suspended for four games by the Iranian Football Federation after the incidents in a league game where he delivered a head-butt to the face of Sheys Rezaei.

On 28 May 2007, after Saipa won the 2006–07 Persian Gulf Cup in a match vs Mes Kerman, Daei announced his retirement from playing club football and that he would concentrate on his coaching career.

Daei captained Islamic Azad University football team in 2007 World Interuniversity Games, scoring a hat-trick in the final match against University of Osijek and winning the gold medal.

In 2007 Summer Universiade, Daei was in charge as the head coach of the Iran students national team. He was technical manager of the Islamic Azad University team in 2009 World Interuniversity Games.

Daei featured on 18 July 2007 in 90 Minutes for Mandela, a match between the Africa XI and the Rest of World XI to celebrate the birthday of Nelson Mandela. Daei played estimatedly 10 minutes in the match which ended 3–3.

2006

He spent two years at Saba Battery, scoring 23 goals, winning the Hazfi Cup and participating in the Asian Champions League. After World Cup 2006 and the arrival of Saba Battery’s new manager, Farhad Kazemi, it was announced that he was no longer needed on the team and his contract would not be renewed. Despite rumours of retirement, he signed for another industry-linked club from Tehran, Saipa, on 1 August 2006.

Despite criticism, Daei played in the 2006 FIFA World Cup; the criticisms, however, were directed more at his fitness and the inability of younger players to play a part in the World Cup. From Iranian media calling for his retirement, Ali Daei has always defended his position in Team Melli and has rejected that he was too old to play for the team.

On 8 October 2006, upon sudden leave of Saipa’s German coach Werner Lorant, he was appointed as the interim manager of Saipa. He was later officially announced as the full-time manager. On 28 May, Saipa became the Persian Gulf Cup champions in Daei’s first season at the helm. Going into his second season as manager Daei relinquished his playing duties for the defending champions and found himself on the sidelines full-time. The results of Saipa’s 2007–2008 campaign were not nearly as successful as his team finished 11th in the 18 team Iran Pro League table. However Daei did lead Saipa to an Asian Champions League quarterfinal birth before leaving to take over as the full-time manager of the Iranian national football team.

2003

Ali Daei joined the exclusive circle of players with a century of caps. In a 28 November 2003 Asian Cup qualifier in Tehran against Lebanon, he scored his 85th international goal, elevating him past Hungarian legend Ferenc Puskás to top the all-time list of scorers in international matches. On 17 November 2004, he scored four goals against Laos in a World Cup qualifier, giving him 102 goals and making him the first male player to score 100 goals in international play. He has 149 caps for Iran and, as of 13 September 2019, is ranked 28th among the world’s most capped players list.

2001

Daei is the world’s all-time leading goalscorer in the history of men’s international football with 109 goals scored for Iran, an achievement listed in Guinness World Records. During his playing career, Daei was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2001. Playing his last game for Iran in 2006, from June 2007 until 2013, Daei was a member of the FIFA Football Committee.

Daei was playing in numerous continental friendlies against world class opposition, yet was still unable to maintain a stable position in his club’s starting line-up. In 2001, he was not among the top scorers in the Asian Qualifying round and he did not manage to take the team into the World Cup as captain for the first time. He joined the UAE league at 34 years of age, signing a contract with Al-Shabab as a free agent. In 2003, Daei quit the UAE team and joined his old team in Tehran, Persepolis. Daei moved from Persepolis to Saba Battery on a free transfer for a modest contract of around $300,000.

1999

Daei became the first Asian player ever to feature in a UEFA Champions League match. Yet at Bayern he found himself low in the pecking order. This coupled with the Iranian national team’s scheduling, Daei had found very little time for playing. Daei was unhappy with his position in the club and decided to make a move to Hertha BSC before the end of his three-year contract, when Bayern won the championship title in the 1999 Bundesliga. He scored his first and second goal in the UEFA Champions League on 21 September 1999 in a group stage match against Chelsea, won by Hertha 2–1. He also scored in a 1–1 draw against A.C. Milan at the San Siro. Yet even at Hertha he was not a hugely important player, since he was only one of the squad’s many successful players, who were to fulfill Hertha’s Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League dreams.

1997

Iranian journalist Camelia Entekhabifard wrote in her memoirs that she was marrying Daei in fall 1997, but the couple separated.

1996

Daei was named the world’s top scorer in official international competitions by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), having scored 20 goals in competitive matches for Iran in 1996, including his famous 4 goal haul against South Korea in Asian Cup 1996. By the end of the 1996 Asian Cup, he had scored 29 goals in 38 appearances for Iran. In the 1998 World Cup qualifying campaign, he was again on top of the charts, scoring 9 goals in 17 matches for Iran, reaching at that time, 38 goals in 52 appearances for his country.

1994

After playing for a couple of minor league teams, Taxirani and Bank Tejarat, in 1994 Daei joined one of country’s premier squads, Persepolis following his impressive performance in Asian Cup in 1996 as Arminia Bielefeld joined the Bundesliga, they signed a contract with Daei and his fellow Iranian national teammate Karim Bagheri.

1993

Daei was called up to join Team Melli on 6 June 1993 in an ECO Cup tournament held in Tehran, where he made his debut for Iran against Pakistan. He continued his national team appearances and was named the top scorer of the final Asian round of 1994 FIFA World Cup qualifications with 4 goals in 5 matches.

1969

Ali Daei (Persian: علی دایی  (help ·info ) ‎ pronounced [ʔæliː dɑːjiː] ; born 21 March 1969) is an Iranian former professional footballer, football manager and businessman. A striker, he was captain of the Iran national football team, and played for clubs such as Bayern Munich and Hertha BSC. He is currently the owner and CEO of Daei Sport.