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    Quote Originally Posted by happydoggo View Post
    Am I the only one who thinks that AJ is disliked or shunned by his teammates?

    I don't think it's his skillsets that makes him so underwhelming, I think the problem is that he does not belong to the core group of the team. And this might make him more afraid of doing his own thing and making his own decisions while on the pitch, while at the same time not wanting to take too much space for himself.

    I still remember the first game this season against Watford when, in my opinion, AJ was the best player on the pitch even if he got subbed in somewhere in 70th minute. I think he felt more entitled to take up space in the team back then, but someone might have told him not to do so, or his teammates behaviour made him feel unwanted or something.

    I think this because his performance has only gotten worse over time imho.

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    Yesterday during the game it looked like AJ didn't want to have the ball at all. As soon as the ball came his way he tried to get rid of it somewhere rather than take the ball and make a run in on the defence.
    I agree with this sentiment. It's almost like he's been instructed to make the direct pass rather than play the ball and attack the goal. Konckert literally took the ball off his feet vs wba.

    I respect JB for having the tokme to go to the epl but the more I watch I can't help but feel our players are better suited for clubs in la liga, bundesliga or Seria A. This league is direct, rough nose football. There is no tact, flair or.creativity. I'm not saying there aren't flashes of brilliance but for the most part this is direct, hoof it, force play style of football that's not suited for any Iranian other than maybe ezzatolahi.

    That being said. If he can establish his place on this squad, earn his keep and adapt to this style of football he will become an anomoly & an asset to Iranian football. Bagheri and andarnik couldn't do it an they were infinitely more garden koloft than JB.

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    Bundesliga would definitely be the easier place for any attacking player. There's kids from the premiership who can't get a kick for their clubs going over there and tearing the league apart thanks to the lack of emphasis on defending and their openness. But I'm quite positive ARJ will learn more in the prem through these struggles than he would by banging in 4 goals every week against Bayern Bratwurst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    Bundesliga would definitely be the easier place for any attacking player. There's kids from the premiership who can't get a kick for their clubs going over there and tearing the league apart thanks to the lack of emphasis on defending and their openness. But I'm quite positive ARJ will learn more in the prem through these struggles than he would by banging in 4 goals every week against Bayern Bratwurst.
    Bundesliga will take away creativity and make a machine out of our players! Look at Karimi and his post Bayern time. Spain and Italy are better. Even a big team in the French league is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubxl152 View Post
    I agree with this sentiment. It's almost like he's been instructed to make the direct pass rather than play the ball and attack the goal. Konckert literally took the ball off his feet vs wba.
    I respect JB for having the tokme to go to the epl but the more I watch I can't help but feel our players are better suited for clubs in la liga, bundesliga or Seria A. This league is direct, rough nose football. There is no tact, flair or.creativity. I'm not saying there aren't flashes of brilliance but for the most part this is direct, hoof it, force play style of football that's not suited for any Iranian other than maybe ezzatolahi.
    That being said. If he can establish his place on this squad, earn his keep and adapt to this style of football he will become an anomoly & an asset to Iranian football. Bagheri and andarnik couldn't do it an they were infinitely more garden koloft than JB.
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    i agree with a lot you said but not with the ando part. Ando did very good considering his lack of skillset and his low salary. He was not a good passer of the game and not a good EPL standard of player when the team was in posession. But when the other team had posession he was a very very good and modern type of player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab-Gosht View Post
    i agree with a lot you said but not with the ando part. Ando did very good considering his lack of skillset and his low salary. He was not a good passer of the game and not a good EPL standard of player when the team was in posession. But when the other team had posession he was a very very good and modern type of player
    You can't even say Bagheri couldn't do it. The poor guy got a bad injury and at the same time, his father died. He was not the same player after that anywhere he played.

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    Without jumping to conclusions because we are still midway through the season, few things come to my mind:

    1.Brighton doesn't play the type of attacking, creative and free flowing football that suits Jahanbakhsh. The situation is comparable to his performances in Team Melli.
    2.Jahanbakhsh has problems with performance anxiety, sometimes it looks like he is afraid to take on his defender and battle it out. He doesn't want to fail and tries too hard.
    3.Perhaps Premier League is a bridge too far from a mid table Eredivisie team like AZ. Like I thought, a Bundesliga team like Wolfsburg where his team mate Weghorst went to, would be ideal for Jahanbakhsh his development and style of play. Weghorst is a much less calibre player than Jahanbakhsh and is doing very well at Wolfsburg. Jahanbakhsh should opt for a similar team in the Bundesliga if Brighton doesn't provide him enough opportunities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    Bundesliga will take away creativity and make a machine out of our players! Look at Karimi and his post Bayern time. Spain and Italy are better. Even a big team in the French league is good.
    which is what Iranian players NEED.
    That Karimi was a far more efficient, complete player after Bayern than the wasteful dribbler before.




    as for ARJ, I think he needs to spend time with the team and on the practice, to gel with them.
    He hasn't had time with them.

    a couple of injuries and then AC leave meant he hasn't had the time to spend alongside his mates, for them to know him (and vice versa).
    usually the 1st season is rough as it is, for any player. But being away makes it doubly hard.
    I hope he persists & Brighton management wise/patient enough too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor DOOM View Post
    which is what Iranian players NEED.
    That Karimi was a far more efficient, complete player after Bayern than the wasteful dribbler before.
    I don't agree. Karimi has always been a wasteful dribbler but after his Bayern time, he became more passive, less explosive and lost his imagination. After a year or 2, he was just a waste of spot in TM.

    Iranians do need discipline but not to the extent to lose what they were born with: Creativity and technical skills.

    Spain and Italy will give them enough discipline and yet keep their creativity.

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    ^ but he also became better in teamwork, better in defense and intercepting, more stamina and yes, vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor DOOM View Post
    ^ but he also became better in teamwork, better in defense and intercepting, more stamina and yes, vision.
    I thought Karimi's vision, and interception in defense was always good (Look at the 2001 WCQ away game againt UAE when we won 3-0 as an example). He just got to use them more often in Bayern.

    Team work, I agree. But then again, he could get that in Spain or Italy as well.

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