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    What do you think of fans paying club's debt because of the incompetent managers?



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    What do you guys think about this? while on the surface it looks like a good idea for fans to support their clubs, but there is something eerie about fans paying and donating money while we know the management will not do everything in their power to be more financially responsible.

    In recent weeks, many PP fans have donated and given money under different "propaganda" advertising for the failure of management who do not care about anyone but themselves and running deficit to say in their position. Considering that many fans are not rich and can't even effort tickets on game days?


    At what point will the managers finally cease spending and stealing money?
    IRI = FAILED

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    The debts could've been avoided. Most of them are from the Royanian era, especially the sacking of Jose.
    It's a bit weird to me though that a club like Perspolis has trouble to pay 3,5 million dollars (according to official numbers) to their foreign suitors, although a lot of debts (I think 15 players/coaches) have been paid in the last two years.

    On the other side, the owners (IR) are not ready/allowed to financially fund the team and installed a common sponsor for two teams (at the time when both teams were about to the privatized), that reportedly owe 21 billion Toman of membership incomes to the club. Plus, ticket sales and TV broadcasting rights mean nothing in IRI. What's the point of being state-owned?

    Possible embezzlements and other robberies have been hidden behind the recent success of Perspolis.


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    Honestly, if clubs were smart they wouldn't ask directly for fans for help. Many smart organizations would create annual memberships (different classes - Gold, Silver & Bronze) for fans, and would give them some complimentary merchandise, including participation in some club events pending on priority.

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    The fans should help at times that are crucial. How many of us have sent anything for watching free games? It is the matter of social responsibility. In case of teams competing in asia we should definitely support them regardless of which color they are. We should have known how bad Jose was when he was picking a fight with CQ. in the contracts with foreign coaches and players the wording and stipulation needs to be such that the settlement will be handled by a third party in case of dispute and it will not go to FIFA. For now let's support our teams. The teams should learn to hire a maximum of 1 or 2 foreigners and they should have a limit on how much a foreign player gets. if his equivalent exists in Iran then the chance should be given to mihani player.

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