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    Its Official Graham Potter appointed new Brighton manager after leaving Swansea
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    wooohooo! now its time for good old grahm to bring his favorite ostersunds player saman ghoddos over to the seaguls. ARJ and saman in attacking midfield positions in the prem would be a dream
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardalan View Post
    Masaleye Coutinho dar Barca ine ke vaghti dar Liverpool bood naghshe Messi ra dasht, baazisaaze team bood. Dar Barca nemitone in kaar ra bekone chon Lionel mohandese khate hamleye team ast.
    This also applies to ARJ.

    Out of All of the attacks in AZ, 60-70% of them went through him.

    Jahanbaksh needs players to make runs around him, and players that can play quick passes.

    He is someone who definitely needs to have a good amount of the ball to have a good impact.

    Graham potter coming to Brighton is an absolute blessing for him.


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    This is great news for JB. Potter plays very attractive attacking football and is sure to utilize JB to his strengths.

    Unfortunately, as a Swansea fan this leaves us in a pretty messed up situation. I was so excited when he was appointed at Swansea and I've been following Potter since his Östersunds days and he is a very charismatic manager and a very good person. The second most personable manager behind maybe Jürgen Klopp... He's very honest.

    Good news for brighton and JB bad news for swansea... and apparently only 3 million in compensation to swansea.

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    It is not sure at all that Potter believes in JB as much as CH did. I really hope he does and JB gets as much playing time as before. If that happens then he may actually be more successful given, Potter's playing style. but let's not get all excited just yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    It is not sure at all that Potter believes in JB as much as CH did. I really hope he does and JB gets as much playing time as before. If that happens then he may actually be more successful given, Potter's playing style.
    Chris Hughton actually didn't really believe in him. JB was forced on him by the board.

    However, I do get your point about Potter. He might end up not liking Alireza at all.



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    Quote Originally Posted by The View Post
    Chris Hughton actually didn't really believe in him. JB was forced on him by the board.

    However, I do get your point about Potter. He might end up not liking Alireza at all.
    From what I remember Alireza said himself that the reason he chose Brighton over Leicester city, was because the former's coach wanted him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahandar View Post
    This is great news for JB. Potter plays very attractive attacking football and is sure to utilize JB to his strengths.

    Unfortunately, as a Swansea fan this leaves us in a pretty messed up situation. I was so excited when he was appointed at Swansea and I've been following Potter since his Östersunds days and he is a very charismatic manager and a very good person. The second most personable manager behind maybe Jürgen Klopp... He's very honest.

    Good news for brighton and JB bad news for swansea... and apparently only 3 million in compensation to swansea.
    that's great..!! thanks for your input..!
    mostly what i was wanting to know about Potter coaching style and demeanor since his spell in English football..!

    irrelevant of all the typical question marks and pre-existing risks to players that comes along with such managerial changes, based on what i saw from CH all of last season and especially his continued disorganized/chicken-shitt game approaches in the last 2 games after their EPL safety was assured, honestly think he had ran outa of all his coaching ideas and simply had reached his managerial ceiling., more importantly it became quiet evident to all that he was sold in his old ways and was'nt even contemplating a Change..!
    to me, AliReza stood very little chance of having a impactful 2nd season under CH as the season was winding down and i just can't even fathom such a favorable 180 change in coaching and likely the ensuing playing tactics couldnt be anything but extremely positive for our boy's chances of successful 2nd season..?
    besides, he is still Club's highest earner and most expensive marquee signing to date, and on a long contract..! that by itself would force Graham to do his best to get the most out of him before resorting to other alternatives in his squad..! and the excellent early timing of his installment would ensure he would have the full Pre-season to acclimate himself to his desired tactics which is far more suited to his playing strength than the crap CH had him assigned to do on the pitch all of last year..!

    now lets hope BHA manage to strengthen and rejuvenate and add a bit of pace to their Midfield and attack in off-season...! everything else looks pretty damn good at the moment for ARJ and BHA, especially compared to couple of weeks back..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    From what I remember Alireza said himself that the reason he chose Brighton over Leicester city, was because the former's coach wanted him.
    Coaches ultimately do whatever is asked of them by the club hierarchy in order to lure (@least a perceived ) high caliber signing to their club..! especially a small and mostly unknown club such as BHA who dont possess that innate prestige (@ least not yet) as other more storied and well know EPL clubs....! so yea they have to khaye-mal and go above and beyond to attract top prospects to join them..!
    the real question should be how involved and vested CH was in the recruitment process @ BHA ..! so far much of what i've read here and there suggest he really wasnt ...? besides a short while back BHA had appointed some new guy(forgot his name) as their new Head of the Recruitment .... so even if CH had a big role before on that front, the appointment suggest there was a clear major change of course was on its way..!

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