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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    I feel bad for him - he finally made it into the starting squad and did well, yet he knows his position is very competitive. He is probably desperate to play in Europe, but doesn't have the right passport to open doors.
    You hit the nail right on the head at the end. The biggest reason Australia has a bunch of average players in European teams is because they all have a European (EU Country) passport through their grandparents being European.

    Iranians don't, and that's why only our proven players can move to Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran_19 View Post
    JB seems like a kid who has a plan, not the most talented player but good kid with lots of determination and tbh that is all matter, remind me of Daei and Vahid Hashemian. The day Vahid joined Hamburg i remember people was laughing and saying who? Vahid Hashemian? Look at the career he had in Europe. Again not the most talented striker, Daei is another example.
    I played football with someone who was with Daei in university football team, the guy was saying Daei was staying half an hour more than everyone to practice some stuffs and he was our most famous player back to the time(Daei was playing at Taksirani in Tehran 2nd division) so he didn't need to do that.
    I agree. Talent is over-rated, at least compared to attitude and determination. Iran has seen many super-talented footbalists who should have been world-class stars, if not for attitude and determination. On the other Hand, Daei, not exactly a talented or natural player, succeeded based on his grit and determination.

    By the way, the same is true about intelligence and academic success!! High IQ is over-rated. High determination is the key.

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