Salah Al-Deen Siamand Tahir (Arabic: صلاح الدين سيامند طاهر‎‎) (born 3 March 1978) is an Iraqi football player of Kurdish ethnicity, who currently plays for Arbil FC in Iraq Salah Al-Deen played in both central defence and in a deep midfield position. After the final win over Japan in the final, he was given an unexpected call up to the Iraqi national team by Milan Zivadinovic, making his debut in January 31, 2000 in a 0-0 draw with Lebanon in Beirut.

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  • Salah Al-Deen Siamand Tahir (Arabic: صلاح الدين سيامند طاهر‎‎) (born 3 March 1978) is an Iraqi football player of Kurdish ethnicity, who currently plays for Arbil FC in Iraq Salah Al-Deen played in both central defence and in a deep midfield position. He played for the Iraq B team in Indonesia in 2000, before winning the Asian Youth Championship in Tehran three months later. In Iran, Saimand was never a regular, making only one substitute appearance before he was introduced at half-time against Korea due to a change in formation by Hamad, the change gave Iraq the result they wanted, knocking out Korea, with Iraq going to the semi-final. Hamad kept the same formation for the semi-final giving him his first start against Iran in the Shiroudi stadium in Tehran where he missed penalty in the shoot-out win. After the final win over Japan in the final, he was given an unexpected call up to the Iraqi national team by Milan Zivadinovic, making his debut in January 31, 2000 in a 0-0 draw with Lebanon in Beirut. (en)
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  • Salah Al-Deen Siamand Tahir (Arabic: صلاح الدين سيامند طاهر‎‎) (born 3 March 1978) is an Iraqi football player of Kurdish ethnicity, who currently plays for Arbil FC in Iraq Salah Al-Deen played in both central defence and in a deep midfield position. After the final win over Japan in the final, he was given an unexpected call up to the Iraqi national team by Milan Zivadinovic, making his debut in January 31, 2000 in a 0-0 draw with Lebanon in Beirut. (en)
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