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    Quote Originally Posted by GolfePersique View Post
    Our teams simply lack the quality, morale, fitness and professionalism to compete in more than one competition, especially internationally.
    That's why Queiroz wanted those bloody camps to get TM competitive for international level (which some people can't differentiate it from domestic level)
    Excellent Point..!!
    thats why i knew from get-go its gonna be very difficult for any iranian club to make any meaningful ,deep run into ACL..! i hardly bother even watching these games, knowing its very likely heartbreaking eventuality..!! today was the only day i actually watched a few minutes of each game..!!

    to compete legitimately on 2-3 competition, you Need a deep, (at least) semi-quality squad, preferably also an academy team, a Professional Systematic Fitness approach and off course above average international coaching at helm to organize it all..!!

    it shouldnt be a surprise to anyone why we havent achieved jack-squat in this continental tourney for like ever, since back in times of ACL's infancy, when most participant's leagues were on par with how our league is still running today....!!
    off course other countries have invested big $$ in good coaching, attracting quality players to their leagues and hearty investment in their football infrastructure and organization, but weve been relatively stagnant on all fronts especially in comparison to Japan, Aussies, even saudi's, & pretty soon even the tiny nation of Gutter gonna reap the benefits of their big money invested in their league...!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camran khan View Post
    the truth lies somewhere in the middle. my main point is that you cant use a game between the champions of one league vs the 10th team in another league as a measuring stick.
    The team that is 10th in the league is for now advancing to the knockout stage in a group where any of the foreign players of opposing teams get payed more than the entire Persepolis team. But nah, 1 terrible week and the doom days of the amateur league are surging, dark dayz ahead omgee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camran khan View Post
    the truth lies somewhere in the middle. my main point is that you cant use a game between the champions of one league vs the 10th team in another league as a measuring stick.
    It's funny how no one said anything when perspolis beat this team by the same exact scoreline in tehran...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Joon View Post



    Brace yourselves, the IPL bashers are coming full force, this is their time to shine. Dark days in our football RIPz
    Funny picture!! No one is bashing the IPL, we are bashing the morons who are running the show behind the seen, the very idiots who are also screwing Iran and Iranians in all walks of life!! If you think this a shining moment for anyone, you are sadly mistaken!! And by the way, if you haven’t noticed our football has been in dark days for decades now and no one has done jack squat to make even an ounce of improvement, and by no one I'm not refereeing to players and coaches.
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    Bachelot joon mentioned this yesterday, but don't be at all surprised should our two remaining teams get eliminated at the group stage on the last match day!!
    Yeah I'm all too familiar with Iranians getting eliminated on the last match day + an arab team taking that spot instead.

    Let's hope this doesn't happen.

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    And in yet another piece of bad news (as if we haven't had enough in the past 24 hours), Al-Ain beat Al-Shabab 1-0 (as expected).

    That means that Naft has to beat Al-Ain in the UAE in the last game to be sure of qualification to the next round! A tie would not be enough if Pakhtakor beats Al-Shabab in Uzbekistan, but would be enough if they tie or lose their game.

    Sadly, Al Shabab are out and have nothing to play for, while Al Ain will be playing to take the 1st spot in the group (they have already qualified to the next round).

    The games will be played simultaneously.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Camran khan View Post
    Your response makes no sense.. Where did I ever say that? We have very much room to improve but we most likely won't under the IR, I'm just saying don't come here and start the azadari, save it for the namaz jomeh instead, meaning don't overreact to one or two games.
    Two games, right!!!
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    lekhwiya wanted revenge and they got it.
    All comes down to the last day just like Naft. Only advantage for PP is that they play at home against a very good uzbek side - they have nothing to lose and they'll come and play very relaxed. It's a must win game for PP and i think they can pull it off. Only problem is we seem to struggle against uzbek sides. I hope branko is able to pull this team together for one last great performance and then plenty of time until they play in round of 16. It'd be a shame to lose and not make it to the next round.

    Naft on the other hand will have a very hard time. They'll play a powerful Al ain at their home and will be needing a win to make it and plus they're still competing for championship in IPL and will be struggling with their form. Technically, if they get a tie and Pakhtakor doesn't beat Al shabab with more than 2 goals it is Naft that will be advancing but they should go for a win.

    It's sad. We dont even know if we will have a representative in round of 16 this year. It all comes down to the last game and i hope both teams analyze their opponents weaknesses well and make a game plan based on that. We need both teams for next round. This year's scheduling was hectic but if we can get to the next round they'll have plenty of time to recover and any injured player will make a return by that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali alipour View Post
    It's funny how no one said anything when perspolis beat this team by the same exact scoreline in tehran...
    Please don't exaggerate, there was plenty of praise for Persepolis when she beat lakwhatever at home by the same score-line, the very score line that was just erased today. The point is we should not allow nor be content with such teams thrashing an IPL team, and I say again it all begins and ends with the current state of non-accountability from any official in our country.
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    Why is it so bad to point out the issues with IPL. No investment, coaches refuse to get educated on modern football, players earn way more than what they display, team selections are based on tribal ties and bribes, federation is very poor at management and no youth programs. The talent is there and we have all seen them but everything else is lacking.
    The first step in solving any problem is admitting there is a problem. As a die hard PP fan ( an entire large extended Iranian family of PP fans) it is never a good day when we lose. To top that if we open our mouth and complain about the evident decline in our football we have to deal with pitch fork bearing "how dare you crew" as if we are the reason for the loss!!!


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