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    Why did this guy not manage to get his military permit sorted to play for sepahan?

    His team isn't doing well in the Danish first division anyway.

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    yea
    he looked a promising youngster..!!
    we could use some right sided reinforcements in TM too..!!

    i didnt know he played in denmark..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BacheLot View Post
    yea
    he looked a promising youngster..!!
    we could use some right sided reinforcements in TM too..!!

    i didnt know he played in denmark..!!
    Actually I'm sure he's a left back and he was born in Copenhagen. He's played for Denmark youth national teams from under 16 to 20.

    We still need someone to sit on the bench for Milad Mohammadi. Hajsafi shouldn't go anywhere near left back. It was a shame we lost Pouladi. Ansari and Aghaei seem like the options Carlos is going for at the moment. Remember there was Shervin Radjabali-Fardi. He's a free agent at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenguy4life View Post
    Actually I'm sure he's a left back and he was born in Copenhagen. He's played for Denmark youth national teams from under 16 to 20.

    We still need someone to sit on the bench for Milad Mohammadi. Hajsafi shouldn't go anywhere near left back. It was a shame we lost Pouladi. Ansari and Aghaei seem like the options Carlos is going for at the moment. Remember there was Shervin Radjabali-Fardi. He's a free agent at the moment.
    hum... didnt he play once for CQ's TM before..? thought he was used on the right in place of ramin in that game..?
    even better if he is a lefty... more shortages there for us seemingly always ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BacheLot View Post
    hum... didnt he play once for CQ's TM before..? thought he was used on the right in place of ramin in that game..?
    even better if he is a lefty... more shortages there for us seemingly always ...
    I think you’re thinking of someone else. Beitashour maybe?

    He hasn't played for Iran, I'm not even saying he should I'm sure Ansari and Aghaei are better players but just wondered why he his military service permit failed

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenguy4life View Post
    I think you’re thinking of someone else. Beitashour maybe?
    He hasn't played for Iran, I'm not even saying he should I'm sure Ansari and Aghaei are better players but just wondered why he his military service permit failed
    I think he played against Kyrgyzstan and looked pretty promising.

    Edit: NVM I was thinking of the other guy called Daniel who played for SS Khuzestan I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pres80 View Post
    I think he played against Kyrgyzstan and looked pretty promising.

    Edit: NVM I was thinking of the other guy called Daniel who played for SS Khuzestan I think.
    Danial Mahini

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    Quote Originally Posted by pres80 View Post
    Edit: NVM I was thinking of the other guy called Daniel who played for SS Khuzestan I think.
    me too

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    Just an update on Daniel Norouzi. He currently plays for Naestved in the Danish 2nd division. From a recent interview with him, he mentions how he turned down an offer from a 1st division Danish side to stay with Naestved. He is contracted until 2019:

    "Norouzi rejected the 1st division in favor of Næstved

    Danien Norouzi tells us that there was a 1st division club, who really wanted to have his fingers in the fall - yet he said yes to continue at Næstved Boldklub in the 2nd division.

    Daniel Norouzi has drowned next to Næstved Boldklub, which is currently in the 2nd division. And recently, the club managed to agree with him to extend the cooperation.

    The 25-year-old defensive player, who is becoming more midfielder than back, as was previously the case, is pleased with his extension.

    "We have started something in Næstved, which I would like to contribute to - it's about promotion," says Norouzi to bold.dk.

    "In addition, I am pleased with my role in the team. I'm one of those who can contribute something extra and I'm one of those who are watching when decisions are made and I like it.

    - I'm just happy to be there. I'm happy for my teammates. We are having a great time. It is important that you are happy to meet for exercise and to feel that you are on the way somewhere, and so we have, says Norouzi.

    But he actually had other options than extending in Næstved.

    - There was another club from the 1st division inside the picture. They made an offer but it did not fit completely into privacy. Næstved fits well with my education and my girlfriend, which I do not need to see too much, says Norouzi with a laugh.

    25-year-old Daniel Norouzi came home to Denmark before last season after being in Iran to try his luck. However, the season had started, and it did not mess with offers from Danish clubs.

    Therefore, Norouzi ended up in Næstved, and he acknowledged that it was then thought of as a temporary residence.

    - Thats it. But I really found myself in the club. I'm really happy to come to workout, and it's probably the most important, whether it's in Næstved, Brøndby or something else third.

    - You should want to bring a little extra. Especially when you are one of the elderly. I really want it, and that's the most important thing, says Daniel Norouzi.

    Daniel Norouzi's new agreement in Næstved runs until summer 2019."

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    Good for him that hes happy. Considering his EU experience I thought he could have been a good option for sepahan at left back, but hes probably around aghaei's level anyways. Actually when I have seen aghaei at LB for sepahan he has looked good, although obviously he hasnt looked as good for TM

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