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    TM already had a AK type player. His name was Mandachi. Both players are hard working blue collar type wingers with not much IQ or vision. Although I would rate Madanchi higher because of his ability to play with both feet unlike AK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicester City View Post
    It’s normally those who associate others as “bandwagoners” who are truly bandwagoners. So you are telling me (in your post) that he is getting benched by trash, washed up Leicester player? Your words not mines...

    And I know you might not like this, but Solly March and Knockaert would bench Jahanbakhsh if they played for TM. And we dumped Knockaert because he isn’t good enough, thus we sent him to Leige and still not good enough - so best not talking about a team’s if you don’t know much about it.

    If you don’t take my criticism of him, would you take the criticism of a pundits? Even a pundit was saying last game the best thing he’s done is nothing beside one goal against Oman. Brighton fans, English people, quite frankly don’t rate him, why should I?
    I don't get what point you are making. I am saying ARJ is two years younger and in his first season in England, whereas Knockaert is in his 7th season in England. You said you dumped him because he was not good enough, and now surprise surprise three years later he is doing well in the Prem.

    You are comparing ARJ after 3/4 of an injury and AFC plagued season to two players who have played pretty much their entire careers in England. All I am saying is give him a chance and some support. He is only 25 and he has had one or two games where he has looked really good. I am confident he will adjust and improve. Even on the Brighton forum it's constantly said that him and Bissouma stand out in training, and that's coming from their teammates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
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    Saturday, 30 March 2019 15:00 UT
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    Brighton & Hove Albion vs Southampton

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    THE TEAM NEWS
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    Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo; Bissouma, Stephens, Propper; Knockaert, Murray, March

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    Doubtful: Andone (Injured), Gross (Injured), Kayal (Injured), Propper (Injured)

    SOUTHAMPTON

    Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Gunn; Vestergaard, Yoshida, Bednarek; Valery, Ward-Prowse, Hojbjerg, Romeu, Bertrand; Redmond, Austin

    Unavailable: Obafemi (Injured)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Doust View Post
    TM already had a AK type player. His name was Mandachi. Both players are hard working blue collar type wingers with not much IQ or vision. Although I would rate Madanchi higher because of his ability to play with both feet unlike AK.
    Yadesh bekheir. A variation was Kazemian who was better technically but fit into the physical winger camp like Shaqiri/AK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    Yadesh bekheir. A variation was Kazemian who was better technically but fit into the physical winger camp like Shaqiri/AK.
    Madanchi and Kazemian had really high potential but both wasted it by wasting time in Dubai/UAE clubs rather than going to Europe like AK did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    THE TEAM NEWS
    BRIGHTON
    Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo; Bissouma, Stephens, Propper; Knockaert, Murray, March
    Unavailable:
    Doubtful: Andone (Injured), Gross (Injured), Kayal (Injured), Propper (Injured)
    SOUTHAMPTON
    Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Gunn; Vestergaard, Yoshida, Bednarek; Valery, Ward-Prowse, Hojbjerg, Romeu, Bertrand; Redmond, Austin
    Unavailable: Obafemi (Injured)
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    Izquierdo and Duffy are also nursing injuries. Four players injured in the squad at this time of year is par, six is bad luck.

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    Southampton game is followed by Chelsea in the week. Then the semi-final of the FA Cup vs Man City at Wembley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    Madanchi and Kazemian had really high potential but both wasted it by wasting time in Dubai/UAE clubs rather than going to Europe like AK did.
    sorry but ali karimi wasted time too. spent 4 years in Dubai before bayern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianEh View Post
    I don't get what point you are making. I am saying ARJ is two years younger and in his first season in England, whereas Knockaert is in his 7th season in England. You said you dumped him because he was not good enough, and now surprise surprise three years later he is doing well in the Prem.

    You are comparing ARJ after 3/4 of an injury and AFC plagued season to two players who have played pretty much their entire careers in England. All I am saying is give him a chance and some support. He is only 25 and he has had one or two games where he has looked really good. I am confident he will adjust and improve. Even on the Brighton forum it's constantly said that him and Bissouma stand out in training, and that's coming from their teammates.
    Very true.
    I said it at the beginning of this thread when everyone was complaining about him getting playing time and I'll say it again:
    Give him time!!

    Hopefully he will make it and grow into the league. Even in the case he doesn't and has to move, I still have mad respect for him in the way he has managed his career to this point. This is what we want from the youngsters; to constantly challenge themselves even if it means being in unfashionable teams in small towns in favor of being a starting star in shit teams a la Pouraliganji (biggest waste of talent of this generation in my opinion).

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    Madanchi and Kazemian had really high potential but both wasted it by wasting time in Dubai/UAE clubs rather than going to Europe like AK did.
    AK spent his best years in Dubai, he does not get any credit for spending only 2.5 seasons in BL in his entire career! That was an absolute crime against himself, he would have been one of the best footballers in the world had he not been so stupid! I plan on telling him when I see him too
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    AK was the rare player who got better playing in Dubai. Look at his Asian Cup 2004 performance he was in Dubai at the time...pure talented guy, just couldnt be any lazier.
    Although had a good season at Bayern before getting injured...
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