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Persepolis Celebrates Winning Pro League Title

The cup was raised by the nine-year-old Hani Norouzi, son of former Persepolis captain, Hadi Norouzi, who passed away in October 2015 at the age of 30.The cup was raised by the nine-year-old Hani Norouzi, son of former Persepolis captain, Hadi Norouzi, who passed away in October 2015 at the age of 30.

After securing the title of Persian Gulf Pro League three weeks before the end of the games on April 9, Persepolis FC celebrated its second successive title under the management of Croatian coach Branko Ivankovic on the last day of the 30-week tournament on Friday at Azadi Stadium in Tehran.
In the 30th encounter of the competition, the Reds beat Sepidrood Rasht 3-0 at home and received the league cup from Sports and Youth Minister Masoud Soltanifar.
The cup was raised by the nine-year-old Hani Norouzi, son of former Persepolis captain Hadi Norouzi, who passed away in October 2015 at the age of 30.
At the end of the league games, Persepolis’s striker Ali Alipour was named top scorer with 19 goals. Also, midfielder Mohsen Mosalman with 10 assists stood atop the highest assists list.
Persepolis has been the Iranian champion 11 times: seven in the old league and four in the current Persian Pro league.
 

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