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    Attention TM female fans; In search of new talent for Team Melli U20!!!



    Meet your Persian Love Today
    Iranian female's U20 coach is looking for dual nationals to play for U20. This is their chance to shine in the continent, Iranian women can do it and I cannot wait to see them take their well earned place in football!
    If you know someone who is interested/ talented please have her contact head coach Katayoun Khsrowyar.
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    Please use her website to contact her in regards to U20, but you can follow her on Twitter; @katkhosrowyar

    Please spread this around!
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    Excellent, definitely good to use social media to recruit promising young Iranian ladies. Good luck Kat and team!

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    how many dual national girls that have lived their whole life abroad would want to go to Iran and play soccer under those conditions? I mean the whole idea of wearing a hijab under your jersey is the most ridiculous thing ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEJ View Post
    how many dual national girls that have lived their whole life abroad would want to go to Iran and play soccer under those conditions? I mean the whole idea of wearing a hijab under your jersey is the most ridiculous thing ever.
    The most prominent example is Kat! We are all working toward equal rights for Iranian women, including the freedom to choose whether they wear a hijab or not. But until then, we must strive to uplift, elevate, and highlight the achievement of our sisters and mothers. This includes supporting women IN Iran, including Kat and her team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEJ View Post
    how many dual national girls that have lived their whole life abroad would want to go to Iran and play soccer under those conditions? I mean the whole idea of wearing a hijab under your jersey is the most ridiculous thing ever.
    There are at least 2 girls on the team already who are American born. They do it for Iran, not because they love hijab.

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    excellent point! I recommend you guys read about her and how she ended up becoming TM coach!



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    The most prominent example is Kat! We are all working toward equal rights for Iranian women, including the freedom to choose whether they wear a hijab or not. But until then, we must strive to uplift, elevate, and highlight the achievement of our sisters and mothers. This includes supporting women IN Iran, including Kat and her team.

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    Two women Afghani players have signed with pretty big female teams;

    - Nadia Nadim signed with PSG [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    - Hailai Arghandiwal signed with Florentia

    Afghani women are eclipsing us now.

    I appreciate Kat's efforts, but playing in forced hijab, is as unattractive as it can possibly for a women. Good luck to her though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diz View Post
    The most prominent example is Kat! We are all working toward equal rights for Iranian women, including the freedom to choose whether they wear a hijab or not. But until then, we must strive to uplift, elevate, and highlight the achievement of our sisters and mothers. This includes supporting women IN Iran, including Kat and her team.
    ... and our daughters

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