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    Ali Gholizadeh & Younes Delfi @ R. Charleroi S.C. | 2018 - 2019

    OFFICIAL: Another Iranian has signed for our new favorite club in Belgium. Hoping Omid proves his worth and has a great season in Belgium and transforms into a starter for TM for many years to come.
    Esteghlal received a fee reported to be worth around €250,000.
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    I will add Ali Gholizadeh who recently signed from Saipa along with Kaveh Rezaei who had a great season for Charleroi in 2017-18.


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    Great news. Should we merge this with Rezaei, Gholizadeh as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    Great news. Should we merge this with Rezaei, Gholizadeh as well?
    Yes sir. Done deal

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    Honestly I see this team becoming a little better. Gholizadeh and Noorafkan will bring another dimension to the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    Honestly I see this team becoming a little better. Gholizadeh and Noorafkan will bring another dimension to the team.
    I don't know if they can top 3rd place since Brugge and Anderlecht have much more resources/money than Charleroi does, but they will def be fun to watch with Kaveh elevating his game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    I don't know if they can top 3rd place since Brugge and Anderlecht have much more resources/money than Charleroi does, but they will def be fun to watch with Kaveh elevating his game.
    They finished 3rd this year. Not bad!

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    We all need to take a minute and give a BIG thank you to kaveh rezaie - his professional attitude and top class work ethic has singlehandedly re-opened the doors for Iranians to Belgium. We cannot take this for granted now we have a really bright young prospect like noorafkan having the opportunity to play in Belgium at a young age (can easily transfer to a top League in the next 2 years if he proves himself) and a guy like gholizadeh who can make big steps to. Damet garm kaveh!!! And best of luck to all 3 I’m going to be watching a lot of their games this year!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghermez Agha View Post
    We all need to take a minute and give a BIG thank you to kaveh rezaie - his professional attitude and top class work ethic has singlehandedly re-opened the doors for Iranians to Belgium. We cannot take this for granted now we have a really bright young prospect like noorafkan having the opportunity to play in Belgium at a young age (can easily transfer to a top League in the next 2 years if he proves himself) and a guy like gholizadeh who can make big steps to. Damet garm kaveh!!! And best of luck to all 3 I’m going to be watching a lot of their games this year!
    I agree with you but it also helps that the managing director is Persian (also owner I believe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by scuderia View Post
    I agree with you but it also helps that the managing director is Persian (also owner I believe).
    Of course it does - that’s what’s funny. He himself didn’t like working with Iranians due to lack of professionalism and other problems he stated multiple times but bc of how awesome in every aspect Kaveh has been, he said that he is willing to give more Iranians a chance.
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    This is great that Iranians are moving abroad, but how they not being affected by Sarbazi? Can someone please explain this concept for me?

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