Peter Reid Refused Offer From Iranian Soccer Club

Peter Reid, the English football manager, said he has refused an offer from Iranian soccer club talking to local media. Reid confirmed that he has negotiated with the clubs but due to the personal problems he refused the offer. Some sources say Sanat Mes Kerman F.C. offered him the job but the officials of this club didn’t confirm this story.

Reid is currently without a club since his departure from Plymouth Argyle. Peter Reid has experiences in coaching in Asia.

After an absence from management of nearly four years Reid became manager of Thailand in September 2008, having been linked with the position earlier in the year. He signed a four-year contract with an aim of qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. However on 9 September 2009, the Thailand Football Association (FAT) announced that Reid had left his position as manager; his contract was terminated by mutual consent after a year in charge.

The other Asian challenge for this coach happened in India. Peter Reid was appointed manager of Indian team Kolkata Camelians, after they paid £128,000 for him in the preseason auction, in time for the start of the 2012 inaugural Bengal Premier League Soccer.

He was used to be the editor of MNG online magazine and he could bring a lot of achievements for that particular site . Currently he is studying civil engineering in the main university of Baku the capital of Azerbaijan . He born on 1992 in Tehran , Iran but moved to Azerbaijan when he was thirteen . He joined Kabir News team from 2010 and base on his offer group decided to start this online edition in 2012 . Phone number: +994124970063 , Email address: Amir (at)

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