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    I honestly hope AJ leaves Brighton, this club is not good for his career or development. The playing style reminds me of when Azmoun was stuck in Rubin and people were bashing him and the moment he moved to a team that plays a little more openly he his doing well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irani8perspolis View Post
    I honestly hope AJ leaves Brighton, this club is not good for his career or development. The playing style reminds me of when Azmoun was stuck in Rubin and people were bashing him and the moment he moved to a team that plays a little more openly he his doing well.
    Honestly it is his own fault for choosing such team over Leicester

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSGman#19 View Post
    Honestly it is his own fault for choosing such team over Leicester
    Well, let's not blame the victim here. I'm sure CH, and the BHAFC organization are all nice and welcoming and friendly. The failure has been CH and BHA's inability to adapt and build their team around their biggest signing. They still rely on the same game plan, with the the same aging/inconsistent attackers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSGman#19 View Post
    Honestly it is his own fault for choosing such team over Leicester
    From what I heard, at Leicester it was the board who wanted him not the manager. That is why he went to Brighton as CH was the one who directly wanted him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beri486 View Post
    JB has been a total failure this season in his club.

    No goals or assists in the league and he was supposed to be IT.

    I would not invite him to TM either at this point.
    I'm assuming you want to start Nemati or Alipour vs South Korea?

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    Going from dutch league to EPL is like going from college to the NBA. ARJ needs more time, and again, the team's tactics don't help. Today was a great example of how many holes are on this team regardless of ARJ.

    The people who think he's not "made" for the EPL are wildly reactive and premature in their judgement. His work-rate, technique, and his willingness to improve makes him a good candidate for this league. Whether Brighton is truly a good fit for him, still remains to be seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irani8perspolis View Post
    I honestly hope AJ leaves Brighton, this club is not good for his career or development. The playing style reminds me of when Azmoun was stuck in Rubin and people were bashing him and the moment he moved to a team that plays a little more openly he his doing well.
    yea
    but Azmoun is and always has been a much higher caliber footballer than ARJ and progressive club options are still wide open to Azmoun, while its hard to fathom (if BHA Relegate) Jahanbakhsh be able to garner a lateral move elsewhere in EPL or any another TOP 3 EU club...??

    our best bet FTB is to hope n prey he gets another crack at EPL with BHA next season, to be able to leave a much better impression of his overall quality as a winger in EPL which is certainly still much better than his stats and performances indicate so far this season..!

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    Problem has been that CH's midfield isn't built for the 4-3-3 transition that he has tried to make. He has attempted it, but Stephens-Propper-Bissouma isnt a triad that can take a hold of a midfield. He needs to get rid of Stephens and find a defensive midfielder with more pace and stamina that is less hurried on the ball, someone like Fred for United or Ebrahimi for us. I also don't think Montoya is a good signing, its really confusing what contribution he even brings to the defensive system. Propper is a good player, Bissouma is a good player, but both tend to be very short sighted when bringing the ball up and aren't good at finding outlets. Bissouma is a mess defensively. If the right adjustments were made, the wingers could finally be given some freedom and start to create goals and you would see Bissouma being able to push forward more so that the striker doesn't look so isolated all the time.

    Hope that Brighton don't get relegated and that they make a couple good signings in the central midfield. The transition Hughton is attempting is a positive one for being a more established premier league side.

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    Tuesday’s game is not only crucial for BHA’s relegation struggle, it’s also crucial for ARJ’s psyche and career. He will surely start, and the outcome of his performance will determine the outcome of the game. We saw first hand that the team is useless without him. ARJ’s burden is a heavy one, and I hope he shines in this do-or-die game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diz View Post
    Well, let's not blame the victim here. I'm sure CH, and the BHAFC organization are all nice and welcoming and friendly. The failure has been CH and BHA's inability to adapt and build their team around their biggest signing. They still rely on the same game plan, with the the same aging/inconsistent attackers.
    How one can build something around a player that just arrived, was injuried during 1 or 2 months and miss an other 1 month with Asian cup?

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