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    Quote Originally Posted by tooleh khers View Post
    Saw half of it. Had no idea on how good he really was. Every time I see old footage of our football it seems to me that our level was higher than it is today. Players seem to make very clean contact with the ball and make better decisions at higher speeds it seems. We seemed to have better fundamentals then. Does anyone else think so?
    Not at all.

    Football is played at a much higher pace now. Back then you had lots more time on football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooleh khers View Post
    Saw half of it. Had no idea on how good he really was. Every time I see old footage of our football it seems to me that our level was higher than it is today. Players seem to make very clean contact with the ball and make better decisions at higher speeds it seems. We seemed to have better fundamentals then. Does anyone else think so?
    I would say that is correct for all countries. Soccer today is too coached and manufactured as opposed to allowing natural talent to be displayed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC McElroy View Post
    I would say that is correct for all countries. Soccer today is too coached and manufactured as opposed to allowing natural talent to be displayed.
    There is a good quote in the film something along the lines of "Maa aashegh boodim na kaaseb" This is so true when one has a passion for football and plays even with a potato and hours upon hours surely he develops his skills more. Also that passion and innate drive is there for a reason. It signals a noboogh or talent and a better understanding. In so many fields this rings true. For example with Doctors, if I get the slightest hint that a dentist became one for monetary reasons I will never trust or attend that dentist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    Not at all.

    Football is played at a much higher pace now. Back then you had lots more time on football.
    not talking about the general pace of the game. I agree with you on that. I mean our players only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooleh khers View Post
    not talking about the general pace of the game. I agree with you on that. I mean our players only.
    Our players now in terms of being athletes are way better now.
    The players back then may have been more technical, but they were very poor when it came to tactics and mental aspects of the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    Our players now in terms of being athletes are way better now.
    The players back then may have been more technical, but they were very poor when it came to tactics and mental aspects of the game.
    Teams today are definitely more tactical. I'm not sure if that's better or not. I'm leaning towards not.
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    Pious wasn't a technically gifted player, but he was always right time at the right place. As it was rightfully said by his former teammates in this video he would have scored on 50% scoring chances. he wasn't tall at all but have scored many goals on header as well.
    Another one of Nasl-e-Sokhte. He is also a very nice person.

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    LOOOOOOOOL@ the commentator calling him Farshad Peyvas!

    Why did they do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    LOOOOOOOOL@ the commentator calling him Farshad Peyvas!

    Why did they do that?
    All the commentators used to mistakenly call him that at first.
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    Off topic: Can't recall if Karim Bavi scored any of his 10 TM goals on the ground. lol The guy sucked so bad on the ground but his header was probably as good as Daei"s.

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