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Saeid Marouf Net Worth, Salary, Wiki and Short Biography

The success that was Iran’s national team continued. Iranian National team continued. In 2016, after a great run to the Olympics. Iran managed to make it to the quarterfinals but lost 3-1 to eventual runners-up Italy. But, with the gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Gold at the 2019 Asian Championship, and bronze at the World Grand Champions Cup in 2017. In 2017, Marouf continued to accumulate medals. As of the year 2020, Marouf has nine international medals.

 After a short stint of playing in Italy. Saeid Marouf signed for Beijing BAIC Motor in 2019 as a player in the Chinese Volleyball Super League. With Iran having been selected to play in the Tokyo Olympics. Scheduled to begin at the end of 2021 Marouf has one final chance to win an Olympic medal. Before his likely international retirement in 2024.

Saeid Marouf Net Worth
Saeid Marouf Net Worth

Saeid Marouf Net Worth:

 His net worth or net income is believed to be between $1 million dollars. He has earned such an amount of money from his first profession as a volleyball player.

Net Worth$1 million
Annual SalaryUnder review
The source of incomeVolleyball Player

Saeid Marouf Wiki

After winning a third Iranian Super League title with Sanam Tehran in 2012, 2014. It was the most productive year for Saeid Marouf’s professional career which included gold medals. The player was also named the Iran Sporting Man of the Year by the Iranian Students News Agency. And was named the Best Setter at the 2013 World League, in which Iran came in a respectable 4th place, beating Brazil in the competition. Iran also took home the gold medal at the Asian Games that year.

In the 2014-2015 period, Marouf left Shahrdari Urmia in the middle of his second season with the club to sign with Zenit Kazan in Russia, with a contract worth more than $1 million per year. In the early days, Saeid’s net worth was what made him one of the highest-paid Iranian athletes. At Kazan He was part of the team that held the Russian Super League title, winning the Russian Super Cup, the Russian Cup, and the CEV Champions League, and placed third at the FIVB Club World Championship. After his first season in Kazan, he came back to Iran along with Shahrdari Urmia before signing with Paykan Tehran, where he spent three years.

Saeid Marouf Biography

Saeid Marouf is was born in Urmia in 1985, the sport of volleyball was in his blood at an early age as did two of his uncles who were Jahangir Seyyed Abbasi and Vahid Seyyed Abdulbasi – being professional volleyball players. Beginning his career in Shahrdari Urmia (now Pegah Urmia) in 2003-2004 season Saeid Malouf established himself as a talented setter but, it wasn’t until the year 2005 that he was awarded his very first Gold Medal in at the Iranian Super League – with his second club, Sanam Tehran when he was only 18 years old. In the same year Marouf was the first player to be called up for his first squad for the Iranian nation’s team but the year 2007 was when Marouf was recognized as an integral part of the team.

The year 2008 was a great one for Iran. Despite placing 6th in their group of qualification for the Olympics and not making it to the finals, Saeid Maroud was named Best Setter in the team of Iran. The same feat would be repeated during the 2010 Asian Cup, which Iran took home, winning the title from 2008. He also took home an award of silver in the 2009 Asian Championship.

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