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Gol Bezan is Iranian Football's 1st Dedicated Podcast. We cover everything surrounding the Iran National Team, Persian Gulf Pro League & Legionnaires. We exclusively interview players, coaches & other notable figures within Iranian or Asian football.

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Interview: Kimya & Vida Raietparvar

Fresh off scoring a penalty and a stunning goal-line save to help Vanderbilt University claim its first conference title in 26 years, Kimya Raietparvar and her sister Vida, both former members of Iran Women's U-19 squad, join Gol Bezan Editor Samson Tamijani to discuss their playing careers and futures. Originally from north of Dallas, Texas, they represent both their home nations for college and in AFC competitions, with Kimya scoring twice in the 2018 AFC U-19 Qualifiers. Beginning January 2021, they will both be on the same college team.Kimya also talks about what it's like being the teammate of Sarah Fuller, the first woman to score points in a major college American-football game.


Analysis: Iran vs. Bosnia & Herzeogovina

Even though it was without star striker Edin Dzeko (COVID), a Bosnia squad led by Barcelona's Pjanic was no match for Dragan Skocic's young & experimental squad, as he gets his second win out of two away friendlies.Gol Bezan's Sina Sadrzadeh (@IranFooty on Twitter) breaks it down with panelists Arya Allahverdi (@Arya_Allahverdi) and Pezhman Pars (@Iranskfotboll) what Iran fans should take from this victory heading into World Cup Qualifiers, as well as analysis from Bosnian journalist Haris Mrkonja (@harismrkonjan1).


Preview: Iran vs. Bosnia & Herzegovina

NEW host Sina Sadrzadeh (@IranFooty on Twitter) tackles what we should expect in Sarajevo on Thursday 12 Nov. with panelists Arya Allahverdi and Pezhman Pars. Iran face once-common foe Bosnia & Herzegovina for the first time since the 2014 World Cup 3-1 defeat. Bosnia looks to get its first win in the COVID era after suffering three losses and two draws since September.Edited by Samson Tamijani Graphic by Mahdi Javanbakhsh

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