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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    From what I remember Alireza said himself that the reason he chose Brighton over Leicester city, was because the former's coach wanted him.
    Brighton's owner is an analytics guy. Very big on statistical based analysis (not just goals and assists) and scouting. He and his team had wanted ARJ for at least 3 seasons.
    The more traditional football guys like Hughton don't really believe in that stuff.
    It doesn't mean Hughton didn't like ARJ, rather he wasn't his first priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeonKish View Post
    This also applies to ARJ.

    Out of All of the attacks in AZ, 60-70% of them went through him.

    Jahanbaksh needs players to make runs around him, and players that can play quick passes.

    He is someone who definitely needs to have a good amount of the ball to have a good impact.

    Graham potter coming to Brighton is an absolute blessing for him.


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    This is very true and that’s why I like when he plays with Andone up front bc that guy is quick. Quality player overall up front for ARJ to play with I think potter won’t be like CH where he will rotate between the two he’s smart enough to know who the clear better player is
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    i hope with a new coach alireza can do better. they can get saman, since saman also have a swedish passport he can be a eu player

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    Having coached Saman and relied on a traditional attacking formation to lift oostersund to a winning team, I have great faith in ARJ’s prospects for next season with the new coach. I get ARJ came to BHA partly for CH, I’m sure ARJ would agree that more of the same from CH next season would likely be the end of his run at BHA

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