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    Meet your Persian Love Today
    THANK YOU BASED GOD FOR MAKING THIS A DECENT TRANSFER SEASON FOR IRAN.

    ANSARIFARD RECOVERING HIS CAREER IN GREECE
    JAHANBACKHSH JOINING A DECENT EUROPEAN SIDE
    GUCCI RECALLED AND ACTUALLY GOING TO BE UTILIZED IN CHARLTON
    AND NOW HAJSAFI HAS FINALLY MADE THE LEAP

    Y E S
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    JUST NEED THAT SHARIFI RUMOR TO COME TRUE SOME HOW

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    Beautiful post from Mehdi Roostampour about Hajsafi's transfer





    also, we used to have a guy in Standard Liège (other than Gucci) I didn't know that


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    I remember Reza Torabian. He was solid and speedy player. Interesting thing about him was that he played as a CF and CD. Back then TM was so star studded that Torabian couldn't make a mark. hala harki az nanash ghahr karde mire TM

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahramii View Post
    I really hope not. what the hell are they gonna 2 do in the Swedish shit league? they wont be better players here..
    Would you not like to see them play for Malmö FF in the Champions League?

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    So happy for Ehsan! This golden boy will make all of us proud. Please lets give him our full support through this long journey no matter circumstances.
    EAT. SLEEP. TM. REPEAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeCheesi Tala View Post
    So happy for Ehsan! This golden boy will make all of us proud. Please lets give him our full support through this long journey no matter circumstances.
    After 2 bad games for TM, people will be saying "he ruined himself by going to Bundesliga 2. I knew he was making a mistake."

    Then, after a nice goal for us, "oh, Ehsan, you're doing the right thing with your transfer, I love you kiss me :* "

    Iranians are emotional and wishy washy people, so please don't expect them to treat any player, manager, or team rationally. They love Naft after they do well, and then, when they suffer in a period of transition, "Oh, they're garbage, they were nothing to begin with, we had no expectations."

    If Naft wins the next game, look for everyone to be calling the players world class and the manager a tactician better than CQ! Rinse and repeat. Iranians can't hold themselves or look at the bigger picture, it is literally the most recent result that carries their opinion.

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    Good luck to Hajsafi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afat11 View Post
    After 2 bad games for TM, people will be saying "he ruined himself by going to Bundesliga 2. I knew he was making a mistake."

    Then, after a nice goal for us, "oh, Ehsan, you're doing the right thing with your transfer, I love you kiss me :* "

    Iranians are emotional and wishy washy people, so please don't expect them to treat any player, manager, or team rationally. They love Naft after they do well, and then, when they suffer in a period of transition, "Oh, they're garbage, they were nothing to begin with, we had no expectations."

    If Naft wins the next game, look for everyone to be calling the players world class and the manager a tactician better than CQ! Rinse and repeat. Iranians can't hold themselves or look at the bigger picture, it is literally the most recent result that carries their opinion.
    They are like 99% of the fans of the world, that's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lml View Post
    THANK YOU BASED GOD FOR MAKING THIS A DECENT TRANSFER SEASON FOR IRAN.

    ANSARIFARD RECOVERING HIS CAREER IN GREECE
    JAHANBACKHSH JOINING A DECENT EUROPEAN SIDE
    GUCCI RECALLED AND ACTUALLY GOING TO BE UTILIZED IN CHARLTON
    AND NOW HAJSAFI HAS FINALLY MADE THE LEAP

    Y E S
    E
    S

    JUST NEED THAT SHARIFI RUMOR TO COME TRUE SOME HOW
    Decent, that's it, nothing more.


    ANSARIFARD RECOVERING HIS CAREER IN GREECE => As for Masoud, we have more promising players who maybe will wait less to jump to Europe and not waste their chance. These 2 players can go to Barcelona, I don't consider as TM material as much they don't prove there are something special.
    JAHANBACKHSH JOINING A DECENT EUROPEAN SIDE => For once an iranian joing a decent european side, JB seems to be stuck to the nursery + AZ having a bad start.
    GUCCI RECALLED AND ACTUALLY GOING TO BE UTILIZED IN CHARLTON => 2 months injury
    AND NOW HAJSAFI HAS FINALLY MADE THE LEAP

    Y E S
    E
    S

    JUST NEED THAT SHARIFI RUMOR TO COME TRUE SOME HOW => After Mohammadi, Austrian league are too good for iranians it seems. Oh that's true they aren't called Sharific, Sharifiovic or Mohammadinho. Too good Shakhtar kicked them out.

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    Sepahan's manager believes Hajsafi's transfer to a Budesliga 2 club is not suitable to him and he deserves Bundesliga 1, he continues on to say if it was up to him he would have not allowed this happen and prevented him from joining a Budesliga 2 team.

    مدیرعامل سپاهان می*گوید به شدت با انتقال حاج*صفی به تیم دوم فرانکفورت مخالف بوده*اند اما با اصرار این بازیکن، توافق نامه*ای میان سپاهان و باشگاه آلمانی امضا شد.

    اصغر باقریان در گفت*و*گو با خبرنگار ایسنا، درباره انتقال احسان حاج*صفی به باشگاه اف.اس.وی فرانکفورت آلمان گفت: این تیم در بوندسلیگای دو آلمان حضور دارد و ما مخالف انتقال او به این تیم بودیم. به او و مدیر برنامه*هایش هم گفتیم که این تیم در حد احسان حاج*صفی نیست چرا که او در لیگ*برتر و تیم*ملی صاحب جایگاه ویژه*ای شده است. او در ابتدای فصل بازیکن آزاد محسوب می*شد و قراردادش در زمان مدیریت مهرزاد خلیلیان به گونه*ای تنظیم شده بود که اگر درخواست خارجی داشته باشد باشگاه به او اجازه ترانسفر شدن را بدهد. با توجه به این موضوع نمی*توانستیم در عمل با درخواست او مخالفت کنیم.

    وی ادامه داد: توافق نامه*ای میان باشگاه سپاهان و باشگاه موردنظر امضا شده است. حاج*صفی در حال حاضر در آلمان به سر می*برد و بیشتر از این در جزییات قررداد او نیستم. در هر حال مایل به ترانسفر او نبودیم اما او گفت که می*خواهد در این تیم بازی کند. اگر در دوران مدیریت من قرارداد او با باشگاه سپاهان بسته می*شد با چنین درخواستی مخالفت می*کردم.

    مدیرعامل سپاهان با بیان اینکه از این پس حساسیت بیشتری در ثبت قرارداد*ها خواهند داشت، افزود: از این به بعد با چنین قرارداد*هایی موافقت نخواهیم کرد چرا که در شأن بازیکنان سپاهان نیست در تیم*های لیگ دو بازی کنند. احسان باید به تیمی می*رفت که در بوندس*لیگای یک آلمان حاضر باشد. انتقال او به نفع فوتبال ما و خودش نیست اما خودش مایل به این انتقال بود.

    باقریان با اشاره به اینکه از این انتقال پولی عاید سپاهان نمی*شود، گفت: حق رشد هم نمی*گیریم چرا که این بند مربوط به بازیکنان کمتر از ۲۳ سال می*شود. بند دیگری وجود دارد که مبلغ آن* بسیار ناچیز است.

    وی درباره شرایط لئوناردو پادوانی و لوسیانو پریرا اظهار کرد: فردا جلسه هیات مدیره سپاهان در حضور حسین فرکی برگزار می*شود تا شرایط نهایی این بازیکنان را بررسی کنیم و درباره جایگزین احسان حاج*صفی هم تصمیمی بگیریم.

    باقریان همچنن درباره جلسات روز*های شنبه و یک*شنبه او در باشگاه، گفت: بعد از چند روز تعطیلی به باشگاه آمدیم و برای جبران روز*های غیبتمان لازم بود جلسات برگزار شود.

    What's your take on this? Would you even consider such transfer a 'Dilemma'?

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