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    I have seen Zamani play numerous times for the Ajax youth teams. He is not the most talented player in his age group. Quite technical and a fast winger, but seems to lack the football inteligence which is necessary to play on the highest youth level (which Ajax is). I am curious how he will develop the coming years but for now definetly not interesting enough.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pajamNL View Post
    The Afghans i met in The Netherlands (and their are a lot of them here) are arrogant and see themselfs as better than us Iranians. I also met this Zamani guy & he fits exactly between the rest of the Afghans here. So no, i don't feel the warmth some here try to push on us when it comes to Afghan - Iran relations...
    1. If we were treated the same way by Afghanis as the way Iran and Iranians treated Afghani immigrant in Iran, we would not only see ourselves better than them, we'd be hating them too. So it's extremely easy to understand them.

    2. A few Afghani immigrants in the Netherlands are not representative for the whole country Afghanistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran_19 View Post
    In case of Zamani, despite the huge talent and even in case of his desire to represent TM, i highly doubt IFF agree to invite him as this will be the first time ever both parents are not Iranian.
    If neither parent is Iranian then he has no Iranian blood. Case closed.
    I went to Sharif University. I'm a superior genetic mutation, an improvement on the existing mediocre stock.
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    Why do we discuss about Zamani? Good luck to him, hope he represents Afghanistan, only because he was born in Iran it doesnt make him interessting for TM, everyone loves to play for his own country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    1. If we were treated the same way by Afghanis as the way Iran and Iranians treated Afghani immigrant in Iran, we would not only see ourselves better than them, we'd be hating them too. So it's extremely easy to understand them.

    2. A few Afghani immigrants in the Netherlands are not representative for the whole country Afghanistan.
    1. ahh, so because they're ill treated in Iran, they should act like their better than Iranians everywhere?

    2. a few? there are 4 times more of them here than we have Iranians

    Nevertheless ; my point still is, as they don't see us as one, why should we? We also have enough in common with a lot of other ethniticities, some are more friendly to us than the Afghans are, we should cuddle with them too?

    Sorry for the off topic by the way, i will leave it here / case closed ; )
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    Not sure where to put this as he is playing in Canada but here is Alessandro Feridun Hojabrpour who plays for Pacific FC in the Canadian Premier League , I have watched him play a few times through the live games on Skybet. Looks a tidy defensive midfielder but is obviously playing in a lower level league albeit one which is newly formed and on the rise. He is only 18.
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    Just looked on his Wikipedia, his dad is Iranian and his mom Italian and was born in Canada.

    Nice little profile on him from when he played for the Whitecaps youth team
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    Quote Originally Posted by pajamNL View Post
    1. ahh, so because they're ill treated in Iran, they should act like their better than Iranians everywhere?

    2. a few? there are 4 times more of them here than we have Iranians

    Nevertheless ; my point still is, as they don't see us as one, why should we? We also have enough in common with a lot of other ethniticities, some are more friendly to us than the Afghans are, we should cuddle with them too?

    Sorry for the off topic by the way, i will leave it here / case closed ; )
    I guess you are viewing it thru ur personal experiences in the netherlands. Thats normal. But, I think there are far more afghans in the US and I have had almost the exact opposite experiences as you have had.

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    These are the players I have that have not been called up to Team Melli since Asian Cup and are still eligible to play for Team Melli.

    These are only players that are playing 1st Division clubs. Any others I am missing?

    Other than first three on the list, do not see any others getting called up to Team Melli soon.

    Mehrdad Mohammadi – Aves - Portuguese Primeira Liga
    Omid Noorafkan – Charleroi - Belgian First Division A
    Younes Delfi – Charleroi - Belgian First Division A
    Reza Ghoochannejhad – Apoel - Cypriot First Division
    Daleho Irandust – BK Hacken - Swedish Allsvenskan
    Sherko Faiqi – IK Sirius - Swedish Allsvenska
    Paya Pichkah – GIF Sundsvall - Swedish Allsvenskan
    Sosha Makani – Mjondalen - Norwegian Eliteserien
    Peyman Babaei – Sumgayit - Azerbaijani Premier League
    Peyman Keshavarz – Sumgayit - Azerbaijani Premier League
    Amirhossein Najafi – Sabah - Azerbaijani Premier League
    Reza Biqdelo – Sabah - Azerbaijani Premier League
    Porya Ahmadi – Aberystwyth Town - Welsh Premier League
    Steven Beitashour – Los Angeles - USA Major League Soccer
    Alessandro Hojabrpour – Pacific - Canadian Premier League

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    Gabala 0:2 Sumqayit

    *Payman Babaei and Mehdi Sharifi both started the match
    *Mehdi makes his debut and scored both goals so far for Sumqayit
    *Match currently in the 58th min.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aenima_8 View Post
    Gabala 0:2 Sumqayit

    *Payman Babaei and Mehdi Sharifi both started the match
    *Mehdi makes his debut and scored both goals so far for Sumqayit
    *Match currently in the 58th min.
    Lmao that league is a joke for a player of Sharifis caliber. Only good thing is Azeri league is UEFA so hopefully he can move to another Euro team afterwards

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