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    Quote Originally Posted by Pejman-IL View Post
    Chelsea still attacking and dominating,
    this has nothing to do with jahanbaksh people need to stop blaming him.

    what about knockheart playing shit or hurray hasn’t done anything when he was brought in...
    even if you bring Ronaldo to this team they won’t win


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    Who cares about those other players. The whataboutism you guys show over here is ridiculous.

    We are assessing one player at Brighton on this forum, who has shown absolutely nothing thus far. One could critize the way Brighton is playing, but that doesn't explain why JB is looking like a outright amateur in the Premier League. It is much more a lack of quality than tactics.

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    And besides, it was Jahanbakhsh himself who voluntarily decided to trade playing for a club in the Dutch competition, that usually plays for European football, for a club in England that only recently managed to earn a spot in the Premier League, which budget-wise is normally playing for relegation and whose coach is known for taking a defensive approach.

    Yet, despite all these things that JB likely knew beforehand, he thought that his quality as a football player would overcome all these hurdles. How wrong he could've been, because from the looks of it is clear that JB has underestimated both his own qualities as well as the competition in which he is playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas-r View Post
    At this point, it is almost safe to say that JB is one of the worst football players that has ever graced the league in England.

    A complete and utter failure.

    I feel sorry for the fans in Brighton who had high hopes.
    At this point, it is almost safe to say that Kas-r is one of the worst forum posters that has ever graced the forum in PFDC.

    A complete and utter failure.

    I feel sorry for the readers in PFDC who had high hopes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    At this point, it is almost safe to say that Kas-r is one of the worst forum posters that has ever graced the forum in PFDC.
    A complete and utter failure.
    I feel sorry for the readers in PFDC who had high hopes.
    This is such a clownish and childish reaction. But then again, this whole forum is full with immature fanboys who can't handle criticism of their favourite player. You won't rarely see this type of behaviour among people with roots in a developed country. This is a trait which people from underdeveloped nations usually adopt because they have never learnt culturally how to handle criticism or to channel their emotions. You are perfectly demonstrating such deficiencies in Iranian culture. Chapeau.

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    First thoughts:

    1) Brighton did no better, no worse, than the Europa clubs visiting Chelsea
    2) Hazard is world class, (we knew that anyway) playing just ordinary
    3) Plus points: Bissouma, Bruno
    4) Minus points: Jahanbakhsh, Knockaert
    5) Over the two matches, Chelsea were the best we have played this season (so far)
    6) Possession 68-32% Shots 17-3
    7) I was going to put a treble bet on for the 3 home EPL teams tonight put the odds were too poor
    8) I want to see Izquierdo on the pitch at sometime against Man City.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas-r View Post
    This is such a clownish and childish reaction. But then again, this whole forum is full with immature fanboys who can't handle criticism of their favourite player. You won't rarely see this type of behaviour among people with roots in a developed country. This is a trait which people from underdeveloped nations usually adopt because they have never learnt culturally how to handle criticism or to channel their emotions. You are perfectly demonstrating such deficiencies in Iranian culture. Chapeau.
    Actually it is in Iranian culture more than any other culture I have seen that people degrade a fellow countrymen who is trying to progress somewhere. Every other country in the world supports players in the situation of JB even if they are in bad form.

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    Sorry to say but Brighton is most probably one of the most boring team in EPL to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas-r View Post
    This is such a clownish and childish reaction. But then again, this whole forum is full with immature fanboys who can't handle criticism of their favourite player. You won't rarely see this type of behaviour among people with roots in a developed country. This is a trait which people from underdeveloped nations usually adopt because they have never learnt culturally how to handle criticism or to channel their emotions. You are perfectly demonstrating such deficiencies in Iranian culture. Chapeau.
    Ok azizam, to kheyli khoobi! Baghiye ma badim.

    Next time you want to generalize, troll and hate because of your own insecurities don't be surprised if you get responses like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    First thoughts:
    1) Brighton did no better, no worse, than the Europa clubs visiting Chelsea
    2) Hazard is world class, (we knew that anyway) playing just ordinary
    3) Plus points: Bissouma, Bruno
    4) Minus points: Jahanbakhsh, Knockaert
    5) Over the two matches, Chelsea were the best we have played this season (so far)
    6) Possession 68-32% Shots 17-3
    7) I was going to put a treble bet on for the 3 home EPL teams tonight put the odds were too poor
    8) I want to see Izquierdo on the pitch at sometime against Man City.
    In reaction to number 7 the bet would have been home teams to win and Both teams not to score. I had the three with Celtic and Napoli, was about 5/2 and Napoli let me down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas-r View Post
    This is such a clownish and childish reaction. But then again, this whole forum is full with immature fanboys who can't handle criticism of their favourite player. You won't rarely see this type of behaviour among people with roots in a developed country. This is a trait which people from underdeveloped nations usually adopt because they have never learnt culturally how to handle criticism or to channel their emotions. You are perfectly demonstrating such deficiencies in Iranian culture. Chapeau.
    You sound like a colonialist with your use of "developed" and "underdeveloped" and a racist one at that
    Your assessment of JB is also way exaggerated.

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