Honors: 4 times champion of Tehran High school - 3 times champion of Iran high schools. 1 time champion of RCD tournament - 3 times Asian Nations Champion (1968-1972-1976)- Gold Medallist Asian Games (1974)- Silver medallist Asian games (1966)- 3rd place World Military Tournament - 1 Time champion of Iran Club- 3rd place Asian Clubs.
Like many of his generation , Parviz started his football in the slums and back streets of Tehran. in 1344 he won his first accolade by winning the scholastic championship of Tehran with his school team, Adeeb. This was the beginning of a long championship trail for the highly talented Parviz.
In fact Parviz love for sport started with volleyball, as he was a skillful volleyball player and constantly appeared with his mates playing volleyball in school and in the neighborhood. With his friends Asghar Sheeravani, Mohammed Darani, Taqi shabanali and few others , he made a name for himself in the streets of Shabaz Jonnobi and Khiayban Atabak. He also relished the challenge of playing volleyball and winning a few tomans by betting against the opposition.
One day he fancied playing football, while watching some of his other mates playing in the neighborhood and he never looked back since.
Parviz joined Alborz team which was affiliated to Kayan and considered to be their second team. It took him less than a year playing with Alborz while displaying outstanding skills before the legendary Amir Assefi discovered him and immediately enrolled him in Kayan's full team.
This was to be a long lasting relationship between Amir Assefi and Parviz Qleechkani, in which Parviz remarked once :
"Amir Khan was not only a coach to me, he was much bigger than that. He was my mentor, my teacher and my inspirational guide. He taught me a lot about life and showed me the way and methods of self respect and respect for others. He was my idol."
At the tender age of 18 years, Parviz made his debut for Kayan against the mighty Shahin 1n...[Read more]
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