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    I love JB.

    I don't think he has the same level of talent as Sardar (albeit very different players) but what he has is the combination of traits required to be very successful. I just can't wait to see what he can do and I think he has a perfect coach in Chris Hughton.

    It will take JB time to integrate into the english game. In fact, even internationally for Iran he still really hasn't found his niche within our defensive phalanx system.

    But JB has the talent, work ethic and general personality traits to succeed, in particular patience and perspective.

    Salah at Basel looked like a decent player but his finishing was terrible, he practiced with Alex Frei until he improved, then in Chelsea he didn't fit in to Mourinho's fans but was patient and moved to Fiorentina, where he again worked on finishing and movement with Montella, then with Spalletti at Roma his tactical proficiency improved considerably. By the time he arrived at Liverpool he was a completely different player to the one 4 years before at Basel.

    My point isn't that JB is the same as Salah, but that he has those traits of patience, humility and spirit which aren't too prevalent in top-tier footballers. That's why I strongly believe JB has a few further levels he can push up to, and I think he potentially has a good coach to do that with once he is ready.

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    I like Knockaert. Why? Because Alireza will work hard to get his place.

    Not all of you, but I suggest to some of you to really try and look at the bigger picture.

    Jahanbakhsh is playing the the English top flight. No he’s not a starter yet, but he is working hard and he will eventually get where he wants to be.

    For those who know I won’t go over this, but for those who don’t know Jahanbakhsh is a player who calculates his team’s chances during a play when he has possession of the ball. He is a winger with a play maker’s mentality. Watching him in Eredivisie was fantastic but now he is playing in one of the toughest football leagues in the world.

    Let’s refrain from bashing Knockaert and instead let Knockaert bring out the best out of our boy. You guys will see how much better Alireza will be in a year’s time.

    I know some of you have said I’m a AJ fan boy and maybe so, maybe I am lol. But I am for the right reasons. This player is different than the rest of our players. I truly admire his work ethic and mature attitude towards the game. Every chance he gets he tries his best to outdo his previous performance. This is why he had a successful season last year and this is why he made it to the big league because THESE are the type of players Top European leagues are looking for.

    The future is bright for Jahanbakhsh. I believe it.

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    the amount of bias in this thread is truly on another level and completely misguiding to those who rely on pfdc to stay in tune with JB an Brighton as a whole. its very clear for anyone who reads comments on the Brighton forum and a bit of twitter the differences in opinions on the wingers are so heavily biased here. JB is an amazing player and an amazing person but that doesn't mean you should rip his team mates he competes with into shreds, with no backing whatsoever. fact is knockaert, march, and izquierdo are all great players and having them battle it out with JB in training will only make him a better player. JB will rise to the occasion when he gets a proper opportunity, which he really will in the coming weeks we all know he has the support of the club and staff.
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    Utomst respect for CH for showing his support to JB. Very nice gesture.

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    Dutch TV-program Veronica Inside shortly interviewed Jahanbakhsh at the football gala.



    At 0:33:

    Interviewer: in the Netherlands you were the big star player, and now we see you on the bench at Brighton. Does that disappoint you?

    Jahanbakhsh: I think it is normal that when you are at a new club, it takes take time to know everything, your fellow players, the club, the tactics, techniques, so yes it takes some time, but everything will definitely turn out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas-r View Post
    Dutch TV-program Veronica Inside

    Interviewer: in the Netherlands you were the big star player, and now we see you on the bench at Brighton. Does that disappoint you?

    Jahanbakhsh: I think it is normal that when you are at a new club, it takes take time to know everything, your fellow players, the club, the tactics, techniques, so yes it takes some time, but everything will definitely turn out fine.
    This is a great answer. ARJ is already visualizing a path to success and he is confident that he will get there.

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    A Dutch guy has joined our office today, he's Feynenoord fan, should I ask him about AJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abtin View Post
    A Dutch guy has joined our office today, he's Feynenoord fan, should I ask him about AJ?
    why not, see what he thinks, maybe get a new perspective

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    ^ you better ask him about the 10-0 loss to PSV

    or just general Trivia questions about Ajax.

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    ARJ is the most intelligent, dashingly handsome footballer Iran has ever seen! The guy is so freakin GQ ( im straight btw!) very smart , well spoken and all around great guy, he is a poster boy for World soccer!

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