Javad Kazemian

Javad Kazemian (2006)

Javad Kazemian ( born April 23, 1981 in Kashan ) is an Iranian football player.

Kazemian belonged, even from his youth to the best players of his age group in Iran and a breakthrough in the first Iranian League, he managed the capital club Saipa Tehran. Already at the age of 21, he took the plunge abroad for the Dubai club Al -Ahli (United Arab Emirates), where his compatriot Ali Karimi played. But after a few months he returned to his old club. From 2003 he played for the Iranian giants Persepolis Tehran, but in the next three years won a title and did not qualify for international competitions.

Javad Kazemian already played in the youth teams of Iran and represented his country at the U19, U21 and at the Junior World Cup 2001 in Argentina. On 19 January 2001 it was first used in the senior team. Since then he comes there regularly used.

A highlight was winning the gold medal with the Iranian U23 national football team at the Asian Games in Busan, where he scored a goal in the 2002 final. Kazemian was also used in qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany three times and was in the finals in the squad of Iran. However, he did not play, since it was used on his position as right winger Mehdi Mahdavikia.

After the World Cup, he moved again to the United Arab Emirates, this time on loan to Sharjah at Al- Shaab. Although he played a successful season, he moved after just one season to Al Shabab, where he scored nine goals in 15 appearances. In the coming season 2008/ 09 he will play for the club promoted Ajman.