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    For all those expecting explosive play, don't. At the end of the day, this is the Russian league. The only benefit is European exposure. Playing big games can land him a big move. Only 24, he still has 1-2 years before hitting his top attributes.
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    is zeneith is europa this year?

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    Thank god. This Kazan nightmare is over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khodam View Post
    Thank god. This Kazan nightmare is over.
    Nightmare??? They are the club that made him, especially joining them at a young tender age!

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    3.5 years. A good move and right step for him. Hope he can establish himself there.

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    Big club overall good move, not ideal, but still a step up from Rubin. The system they play with should hopefully help him shine again in league play.....as BL said Wolves are going to regret this big time. His connection with Noboa was great I’m finally optimistic about his future
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    One thing that hasn’t been mentioned yet is that he will wear number 7 apparently (according to David Sansun).

    That’s always a good sign of the confidence Zenit have in him


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    He got #7 and already on the Europa League roster

    This is his chance to finally prove himself. He got Juve legend Marchisio in midfield but he will have competition up top.

    Zenit will most likely win the league and make CL next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Doust View Post
    For all those expecting explosive play, don't. At the end of the day, this is the Russian league. The only benefit is European exposure. Playing big games can land him a big move. Only 24, he still has 1-2 years before hitting his top attributes.
    I don't know what actually is the problem with this case? The Russian league is not bad, they have the best league after the Big five (Spain, England, Italy, Germany, France) in Europe, internationally, the Russian teams have even scored more points in the last three years than French teams, last season more than the Bundesliga.
    The power density in the Russian league is relatively high, with Zenit, CSKA, Spartak, Lokomotiv, Krasnodar there are at least five teams that are internationally competitive.]This season in Europe Zenit and Krasnodar made it quite easy as expected into the 1/16 finals, Krasnodar won over Sevillia btw. I'll expect that they'll be a tough opponent for Bayer Leverkusen, they can eliminate them, no doubt about it. Zenit is a top contender for winning the Europa League, CSKA might missed the 1/8 Final of the CL, but they have beaten Real Madrid twice 1-0 in Moscow and 3-0 in Madrid.
    Since the 2000s, Russian teams have been the most successful in the Europa League after the Spanish teams, Zenit won the trophy in 2008 and CSKA in 2004, making them the only country beside Spain to win this trophy twice in the past 15 years. Can we finally stop the fairy tales that the Russian league is bad for an Iranian player? Is that just because of prejudice? Zenit is a big club and Sardar has to show first that he has what it takes to compete at Zenit and not the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elnino99 View Post
    Jealous of Sardar living in St. Petersburg now man.

    I'll never forget that city, 15k Iranians singing and dancing on Nevsky Prospekt, ROSSIYA ROSSIYA after they embarrassed the Saudis.....white nights when it didn't get dark until after midnight. Arash singing IRAN IRAN at the concert...what a night !

    Not to mention if he's single, he'll have access to some of the highest quality women in the world (not as good as Moscow, but close second).

    Speaking of which, it's amazing that we can't even get a visa-free previlige to Russia because of our so-called alliance with Russia. Our passport is true of no use....and just shows how shallow the so-called alliance is.

    Had a couple of beers and a shot at work now and feeling like booking an spontaneous travel to SPB. but the god damn visa man!
    Dadash gofti.

    It was surreal being there with all the Iranians and seeing it all.

    What a city. Also some women of such a calibre on Tinder etc I would have no chance with in the US! They seemed to genuinely like Iranians too

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