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    Son is significantly better/ahead of JB. He performs week in week out in the toughest league in the world JB is doing it too against much lower competition. When JB is in a better league and shines as good as son does for Tottenham then it will be a conversation worth having but for now this is a ridiculous comparion. Anyone who’s saying this is even something to consider is just being flat out ignorant
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    Son has much better achievements until now, but I suspect (and this is speculation) that if Alireza were playing for a team of similar stature, his performance would actually be comparable.

    I still vote for Son based on his superior record.
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    I like our honesty here - yes Son is better because he performs vs. better competition. But ARJ is younger and has potential if he moves to a better league. But he is arguably Eredivisie’s best player right now - which is still amazing.

    Funny tho - some people actually rate that Omar Abdul Rahman, who plays against way inferior competition.

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    I don't rate the Premier League that much. English clubs generally suck in CL and EL, it has been dominated by Spanish teams for many years. Every narekhar type of player can succeed at a club like Stoke City.

    La Liga is actually the toughest league at the moment, the tactical awareness and general quality of players is way better than most English clubs.

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    Guys this is not a fair comparison. Son played and proved himself for HSV, Leverkusen and Tottenham. ARJ so far only for AZ. Although ARJ is very promising we have to give respect to Son for his achievements. He and the likes of Park and Kagawa are surely reasons for increasing respect for Asian football just as e.g. Daei and Mahdavikia were a decade ago!

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    Both play better in their club than in their national team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghermez Agha View Post
    Son is significantly better/ahead of JB. He performs week in week out in the toughest league in the world JB is doing it too against much lower competition. When JB is in a better league and shines as good as son does for Tottenham then it will be a conversation worth having but for now this is a ridiculous comparion. Anyone who’s saying this is even something to consider is just being flat out ignorant
    This is the same guy who made a thread of whether Jahanbakhsh is better than Mahdavikia (our veteran , world cup goal scorer, Playing in Bundesliga for over a decade, the guy who was in team with legends like khodadad, Karimi, daei etc) so this thread shouldn't surprise you he has some sort of hard on for Jahanbakhsh.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiarash View Post
    I don't rate the Premier League that much. English clubs generally suck in CL and EL
    Definitely not this season though, especially in the CL. All English clubs won their groups, bar Chelsea (2nd despite being best team in their group)

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    Son is ahead by a mile.
    He plays a vital part for a team that finished 2nd in EPL last year and won their CL group this year over Real Madrid.

    Alireza has potential but has yet to proven himself. Sardar has a better chance to reach Son but he took the dumb route

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    Not getting to see a lot of Tottenham matches, but from what I've seen from him at South Korea's national team, Alireza is the better player already.

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