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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicester City View Post


    No thank you, we don’t want him. (Thankfully so, looking at the statistics, we got the better player for half the price.) Individual skills (e.g. Taking a proper corner kick, not being pocketed by 3rd rate defenders, missing goal scoring opportunities, etc...) are not something to be scapegoated on Brighton/Team Melli, but rather the player himself. A or B team playing defensively are just excuses, and my counter argument to that is Ali Gholizadeh who is an attack minded player who thrived under CQ’s tactics, and was creating chances left, right, and center under conservative tactics!
    Not a target too daunting: look for 75% passing accuracy, two chances created by a cross and a pass, two shots - one realistic on target, only one unsuccessful touch or losing the ball allowed. Even off form he might have a chance with what may turn out to be two mostly reserve teams. I do not think the standard will be any better than the Eredivisie, judging by the first match which lacked any intensity. +4% possesssion if not taken off. Chance of a goal dependent on what sort of team WBA play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medzdidz View Post
    I remember how excited you were when you thought he was going to Leicester in the Summer, now half a season later he’s no good for you. To be fair he wouldn’t fit in at Leicester cos you ave too many players like him.
    But this is silly , so many fickle people on here. He’s had a broken half a season in a new league , get a grip people. So what if he moves back to Holland and smashes it there , he would still have a good career.
    People saying how rubbish he is , were all saying how amazing he was when at Alkmaar or when he scored in the Asian Cup.
    Seriously annoys me and makes me not want to talk on here, the amount of rubbish I have to read.
    Sorry rant over, carry on.
    Bebaksheed aghaye mohtaram, but Anthony Knockaert was a Leicester player who was sold because of how terrible he was! Now he is starting over Jahanbakhsh, whether you agree with it or not, is a different story... (Though, both Leicester and Brighton fans can agree that he is a Championship player, at best.)

    Me, you, and all Iranians else where believed he was going to take the Premiership by the scruff of the neck, the EPL fans did not however, and how right they were as they have had experiences with past top scorers coming from the Eredivise. I’ll tell you what is a fickle/rubbish, people who make excuses and try to sugar coat things by blaming Brighton, their physio, TM, Carlos Quieroz’s tactics, and anything else they find an excuse for, anything! (This is why Japan beats us 3-0, SMH)

    And no, there aren’t many players like him at Leicester... But rather better ones, whom of which are still being benched!!! (Just look at the chart I’ve posted above, I did not put it there for decor!)

    Regarding the Asian Cup, I still stand by what I said. If he has trouble against Asian teams (e.g. Iraq, Japan, etc...), what kind of rational person wouldn’t expect him to struggle to adapt to the Premier League?!?! I know it’s a sin to criticize him because he plays in the Premier Leauge, but it’s also not fair when people critique players who have actually done something at this year’s Asian Cup (e.g. Taremi, Azmoun, Torabi).


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    There is way too much talk going on before anything has really happened yet. First few weeks were fitness and chemistry building, then 3 starts that were kind of a shell shock but in a way expected based on the league step-up. Then a long injury. Only just starting to see him back. Save the long words for after the season.

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    Lol just let people have their opinions. Seems like no one can have civil discourse.
    JB came from the Eredivisie, a league that isn’t as fast-paced or as physical as the EPL. It’s his first year, if he isn’t doing better by the end of next season he’ll probably go on loan somewhere. If it comes to that, i hope he tries the Serie A or La Liga, would be cool to see him there or the Bundesliga.
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    Guys, I know your hope is near to zero about his performance in brighton and team melli, but be sure that he is a hardworker, next time that he ll get his chance he will prove all the contrary and you will be all praising him and remember how good he was and how good he still is

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    Guys just chill. This reminds me of when Karim went to Osasuna...

    His time will come, and I can also change my Username to like Liverpool and act as if I am a representative of the club and that I know better than all of you and (honestly Hoorad just look at what you write before you post it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsOen5 View Post
    Guys just chill. This reminds me of when Karim went to Osasuna...

    His time will come, and I can also change my Username to like Liverpool and act as if I am a representative of the club and that I know better than all of you and (honestly Hoorad just look at what you write before you post it)
    What?! Your comment literally makes no sense, whatsoever. So you are using my username as a way to justify and admit your point, whilst also insulting me within the process because of the evidence I went by in my initial post? You have yet to back up your post with any evidence...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicester City View Post
    Bebaksheed aghaye mohtaram, but Anthony Knockaert was a Leicester player who was sold because of how terrible he was! Now he is starting over Jahanbakhsh, whether you agree with it or not, is a different story... (Though, both Leicester and Brighton fans can agree that he is a Championship player, at best.)
    Me, you, and all Iranians else where believed he was going to take the Premiership by the scruff of the neck, the EPL fans did not however, and how right they were as they have had experiences with past top scorers coming from the Eredivise. I’ll tell you what is a fickle/rubbish, people who make excuses and try to sugar coat things by blaming Brighton, their physio, TM, Carlos Quieroz’s tactics, and anything else they find an excuse for, anything! (This is why Japan beats us 3-0, SMH)
    And no, there aren’t many players like him at Leicester... But rather better ones, whom of which are still being benched!!! (Just look at the chart I’ve posted above, I did not put it there for decor!)
    Regarding the Asian Cup, I still stand by what I said. If he has trouble against Asian teams (e.g. Iraq, Japan, etc...), what kind of rational person wouldn’t expect him to struggle to adapt to the Premier League?!?! I know it’s a sin to criticize him because he plays in the Premier Leauge, but it’s also not fair when people critique players who have actually done something at this year’s Asian Cup (e.g. Taremi, Azmoun, Torabi).
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    Jahanbakhsh's tasks at NEC and AZ Alkmaar were different to the ones he has been assigned while playing for Iran and Brighton. He is not a classic winger, that is absolute rubbish. When he was played on the right side in Holland here were his tasks:
    - Cut inside on his left foot and take long range shots or give penetrating passes (like an inverter winger such as Robben)
    - Make direct runs into the box to finish chances or pounce on mistakes (like a forward deployed on the right hand side)
    - Play in the channel and penetartive passes (like an attacking midfielder on the right hand side)

    He played all of these roles within the same position "RW" or "RM" position during his time at AZ Alkmaar. He has a good defensive work ethic as well, but it drains his offensive proficiency.
    One of the very few good things about CQ leaving Iran is that maybe the new coach will try to play a system that will suit Jahanbakhsh's strengths. As for Brighton, they seem to have a fairly decent record with recruitment, maybe they have plans to adjust things in their system that we don't know about. Otherwise, I don't see how they will extract the best out of Jahanbakhsh's talent with their current formation and style. He is not a player who is at his best dribbling from deep like Knockheart, he's more of a one-touch combination player in those deeper positions. He is actually at his worst when he is instructed to play as a classic wide player, you can see that in his performances for Iran and Brighton; it doesn't matter what the level of the competition is.
    There is a lot more nuance to football than what online stat aggregators can show.

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    Maybe, its possible that players play differently based on the team that they are in and thats what the struggle is about. Not the teams they play. I'm sure Jahanbakhsh will have some moments this season. It is always difficult for a flying winger to adjust to being essentially another RWB/RM overlapping with Montoya(who pushes forward A LOT) in a defensive Brighton system.

    Chelsea struggled with Hazard/Willian during their park the bus phase because of how deep they would get and how it was hard to get them involved in attacks. I don't expect Jahanbakhsh to have an easier time adjusting. This isn't FIFA where you can get away with plugging players in unfamiliar positions.

    But don't take opponent strength as the metric. Jahanbakhsh was 19 and in a counter attack flying system he was crossing out Zabaleta and creating chances. Similarly, Son struggled in the Asian cup, that doesn't make him any less of an absolute monster in the EPL.

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