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    We had players stay in Iran driving taxis during the 80s making no money in the middle of the war.
    Not everyone will leave. Granted the new generation is much softer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futbaldoost View Post
    Regardless of what many of us may think here, there are still many people including professional football players who love or at least like living in Iran and continue to deal with all the economic, social and political hardships. I have very close relatives who are very critical of the situation in the country yet don't want to live anywhere else in the world.
    I am sure every Iranian around the world would love to live in Iran, but certain opportunities just aren't available no matter how much we love Iran. Your opportunity of growth in life in general will always be limited in Iran during current times compared to places like Turkey, UAE, Europe and other places where many Iranians live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    We had players stay in Iran driving taxis during the 80s making no money in the middle of the war.
    Not everyone will leave. Granted the new generation is much softer.
    Hold on! You know of 80's players who had offers to play football in Europe, but turned it down to drive Taxi's in Iran?

    So if you decide to go to Europe to further your professional opportunities you are soft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEJ View Post
    Hold on! You know of 80's players who had offers to play football in Europe, but turned it down to drive Taxi's in Iran?

    So if you decide to go to Europe to further your professional opportunities you are soft?
    Thats what every generation says about the following generation. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsOen5 View Post
    Thats what every generation says about the following generation. ^^
    Yes I don't agree that they are necessarily 'softer'. Again guys, maybe try not to be so judgmental!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEJ View Post
    Hold on! You know of 80's players who had offers to play football in Europe, but turned it down to drive Taxi's in Iran?

    So if you decide to go to Europe to further your professional opportunities you are soft?
    1 - Not to Europe, but to the Persian Gulf countries.
    2 - Yes, our generation is way softer. I'm part of the generation I'm making fun of. And no I'm not calling Hosseini or PAG soft. Just making a comparison with older generations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    1 - Not to Europe, but to the Persian Gulf countries.
    2 - Yes, our generation is way softer. I'm part of the generation I'm making fun of. And no I'm not calling Hosseini or PAG soft. Just making a comparison with older generations.
    Namjoo Motlagh had an offer from PSG.
    I went to Sharif University. I'm a superior genetic mutation, an improvement on the existing mediocre stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burak View Post
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    Can you please also translate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF187 View Post
    Can you please also translate?

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    Combining google translate and mostly logic

    Majid Hosseini: We must be the best
    Iranian starter Majid Hosseini, who has performed better day by day, has transferred from Esteghlal this season. He will work hard to fight Trabzonspor to the top.

    Majid Hosseini, who started to play for Trabzonspor after a difficult period, was one of the best players in the last match against Galatasaray and was selected for the best 11 of the week in the league.
    With character and modesty, the Iranian footballer expressed this about the burgundy blue team: "I have been impressed by what I've seen in my short time at the club."

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