Mohsen Bengar Hangs Up Boots
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Sepahan and Persepolis defender Mohsen Bengar announced on Wednesday he is ending his playing career.
He has retired from football after 22 years at the age of 40.
Bengar began his career in Shamoushak Noshahr in 2001, then moved to Sepahan in 2004. He played in the AFC Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup for Sepahan.
Bengar is one of Iran’s most decorated football players. He has won the Iran Professional League three times with Sepahan.
He also claimed Hazfi Cup twice with the Isfahan-based football team.
Bengar made 14 appearances for the Iranian national football team from 2003 to 2014.