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    Quote Originally Posted by NFL View Post
    doctor, you forgot to mention how Branko destroyed Mobali's, Borhani's and Kazemian's footballing career in this post!
    is everything alright?

    Do you genuinely think CQ has been a bad coach for TM from a long term perspective? In terms of sowing seeds for the future?
    I think we should always be free to criticize people, I have disagreed strongly with CQ on many decisions he's made.
    But I just don't understand you, context is for Kings and the context is that we finally have a disciplined TM which plays professionally. What do you have against this?
    Why do you support Branko so much , a guy who has been only a malignancy for TM from end of 2005 onwards.

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    QUEIROZ vs BRANCO Discussion!

    Quote Originally Posted by DR Strangemoosh View Post
    Do you genuinely think CQ has been a bad coach for TM from a long term perspective? In terms of sowing seeds for the future?

    I think we should always be free to criticize people, I have disagreed strongly with CQ on many decisions he's made.

    But I just don't understand you, context is for Kings and the context is that we finally have a disciplined TM which plays professionally. What do you have against this?

    Why do you support Branko so much , a guy who has been only a malignancy for TM from end of 2005 onwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NFL View Post
    doosteh aziz, this comment wasn't coming from some half ass Iranian coach, or someone of no significance, this is Carlos Qeiroz saying that. He is a top class coach, everything that he says is reflected in the football media in the region, if not the world. If an Iranian behaved the way he did we'd be shitting on him left right and center, but when this guy does it, we say he is telling the truth when in fact it's a big lie??
    He knows his words cause "reactions", that's why he is choosing his words the way he does. He is setting things up for later.

    How is it a lie? Do you have facts that represent the 80% number to be false or is that your opinion? Maybe you're lying.

    Make a poll and ask members how many people were afraid of losing to Bahrain, UAE, Syria, Qatar, Saudi, Iraq after WC 2006 - April 2011 when CQ took over. I think you would be surprised by the results. Fact is members and people were afraid of losing to these teams and you can find evidence in the results during that period when IRAN was the favorite on paper but due to poor prep, mentality and ultimately coaching we would draw or lose against these opponents.

    Lets see here:

    26 Jul 2006 Iran v Iraq D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    28 Jul 2006 Iran v United Arab Emirates D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    30 Jul 2006 Palestine v Iran D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    16 Aug 2006 Iran v Syria D 1-1 AFC Asian Cup
    06 Oct 2006 Jordan v Iran D 0-0 LG Middle East / Africa Peace Cup
    16 Jun 2007 Iran v Iraq D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    15 Jul 2007 China PR v Iran D 2-2 AFC Asian Cup
    06 Feb 2008 Iran v Syria D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    21 Mar 2008 Bahrain v Iran L 1-0 International Friendly
    26 Mar 2008 Kuwait v Iran D 2-2 FIFA World Cup
    02 Jun 2008 Iran v United Arab Emirates D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    06 Sep 2008 Saudi Arabia v Iran D 1-1 FIFA World Cup
    19 Nov 2008 United Arab Emirates v Iran D 1-1 FIFA World Cup
    28 Jan 2009 Thailand v Iran D 0-0 AFC Asian Cup
    28 Mar 2009 Iran v Saudi Arabia L 1-2 FIFA World Cup
    06 Jun 2009 Korea DPR v Iran D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    31 Aug 2009 Bahrain v Iran L 4-2 International Friendly
    05 Sep 2009 Uzbekistan v Iran D 0-0 International Friendly
    22 Nov 2009 Jordan v Iran L 1-0 AFC Asian Cup
    28 Dec 2009 Qatar v Iran L 3-2 International Friendly
    28 Sep 2010 Oman v Iran D 2-2 International Friendly
    03 Oct 2010 Iran v Kuwait L 1-2 International Friendly

    I included friendlies because you're one of our members who loves to jump all over friendly results and use them as evidence when it in your favor. Fact is Iran was an inconstant side that had trouble beating mediocre gulf sides before CQ. Im not say we didn't beat them im saying we were inconsistent and every time we played them its was 90 mins of stress and heart attacks. Majority of members who were around would agree with that sentiment \ experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Strangemoosh View Post
    22 year old was the player of the year in Iran when he was left out of Iran's 2006 world cup squad in favour of people like Khatibi. I guess you don't like young players being blooded. I just want to imagine current TM under branko because we wouldn't have an experienced and still young Beiranvand let alone Majid Hosseini (who I disagreed with being picked and thought CQ was crazy), Azmoun, Torabi, Taremi, Gholizadeh etc... All being given chances and experience earlier than expected by a coach who trusts youth and talent. Look now what he does with Niazmand.

    Compare with branko who kept on starting with an awful Mirzapour even in the most meaningless friendlies when we had the likes of a 23 year old Rahmati ...

    BTW you never respond to my arguments so why shouldnt I keep posting them until you and other brankoholics give a cogent answer


    Is everything alright?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooleh khers View Post
    You either are not old enough to remember what kind of team Branko had in his hand vs what kind of team Queiroz had up to even 2015 or you are simply biased.

    Branko had a team of Daei, Kia, Karimi, Nekounam, Ando, Hashemian, Rezaei who played or were playing football at the highest level in Europe. Right now we have only JB who play at the highest level!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubxl152 View Post
    How is it a lie? Do you have facts that represent the 80% number to be false or is that your opinion? Maybe you're lying.
    Make a poll and ask members how many people were afraid of losing to Bahrain, UAE, Syria, Qatar, Saudi, Iraq after WC 2006 - April 2011 when CQ took over. I think you would be surprised by the results. Fact is members and people were afraid of losing to these teams and you can find evidence in the results during that period when IRAN was the favorite on paper but due to poor prep, mentality and ultimately coaching we would draw or lose against these opponents.
    Lets see here:

    26 Jul 2006 Iran v Iraq D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    28 Jul 2006 Iran v United Arab Emirates D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    30 Jul 2006 Palestine v Iran D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    16 Aug 2006 Iran v Syria D 1-1 AFC Asian Cup
    06 Oct 2006 Jordan v Iran D 0-0 LG Middle East / Africa Peace Cup
    16 Jun 2007 Iran v Iraq D 0-0 West Asian Football Federation Championship
    15 Jul 2007 China PR v Iran D 2-2 AFC Asian Cup
    06 Feb 2008 Iran v Syria D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    21 Mar 2008 Bahrain v Iran L 1-0 International Friendly
    26 Mar 2008 Kuwait v Iran D 2-2 FIFA World Cup
    02 Jun 2008 Iran v United Arab Emirates D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    06 Sep 2008 Saudi Arabia v Iran D 1-1 FIFA World Cup
    19 Nov 2008 United Arab Emirates v Iran D 1-1 FIFA World Cup
    28 Jan 2009 Thailand v Iran D 0-0 AFC Asian Cup
    28 Mar 2009 Iran v Saudi Arabia L 1-2 FIFA World Cup
    06 Jun 2009 Korea DPR v Iran D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
    31 Aug 2009 Bahrain v Iran L 4-2 International Friendly
    05 Sep 2009 Uzbekistan v Iran D 0-0 International Friendly
    22 Nov 2009 Jordan v Iran L 1-0 AFC Asian Cup
    28 Dec 2009 Qatar v Iran L 3-2 International Friendly
    28 Sep 2010 Oman v Iran D 2-2 International Friendly
    03 Oct 2010 Iran v Kuwait L 1-2 International Friendly

    I included friendlies because you're one of our members who loves to jump all over friendly results and use them as evidence when it in your favor. Fact is Iran was an inconstant side that had trouble beating mediocre gulf sides before CQ. Im not say we didn't beat them im saying we were inconsistent and every time we played them its was 90 mins of stress and heart attacks. Majority of members who were around would agree with that sentiment \ experience.
    OMG! Never want to see TM that weak again! It felt like we were galaxies behind Korea&Japan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran_19 View Post
    You either are not old enough to remember what kind of team Branko had in his hand vs what kind of team Queiroz had up to even 2015 or you are simply biased.

    Branko had a team of Daei, Kia, Karimi, Nekounam, Ando, Hashemian, Rezaei who played or were playing football at the highest level in Europe. Right now we have only JB who play at the highest level!!
    We have more players playing in Europe now than ever before. I am not into assumptions and funky mathematics I only understand stats. I do not like to do this but I do not like to see people who served our country belittled and treated unfairly due to bias. You obviously are not old enough to remember that Iran has always been among the top teams in Asia. Cq results so far have been very disappointing to me. Hopefully though he will prove his caliber at this Asian Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC McElroy View Post
    Not to that one game. To the results and performance overall.

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    Who gives a toss about Branko, especailly just before the Asia Cup? I dont.

    I have been following TM from 1997 when i went to the Iran vs Aus game in Melbourne. And there is a night & day difference between bronko's TM to CQ's TM. Now i look forward to compete with the elite of Asia and the rest of the world. During Bronko time i would have sleepless nights when we were playing the 2nd & 3rd tier of Asian football. Hope we never see that TM ever again. Now the world takes notice when iran plays, no matter who we are playing against. Enough said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooleh khers View Post
    We have more players playing in Europe now than ever before. I am not into assumptions and funky mathematics I only understand stats. I do not like to do this but I do not like to see people who served our country belittled and treated unfairly due to bias. You obviously are not old enough to remember that Iran has always been among the top teams in Asia. Cq results so far have been very disappointing to me. Hopefully though he will prove his caliber at this Asian Cup.
    CQ motivated these players to move to Europe. When he took over TM in 2011 we had an aging Javad, and a broken Masoud playing in Spain other than that we hadn't sent anyone of significance aboard since 2006. The man has literally mentored our players to go abroad. There are interviews from our players attesting to this fact. So your stat of us having more players in Europe than ever before is 100% accurate just keep in mind the reasons why.

    Branko inherited (arguably) the most talented TM in history. He had a cake walk of a WC group in which he lost control of the squad and flopped hard. He then ran away and refused to come back to Iran. The man didn't event do a single interview, a sorry i failed, these were my challenges thanks for the opportunity interview.

    Iran has been one of the tops teams in Asia you're right but in its history it has failed to live up to its abilities. CQ is the only coach in TM history to make it to back to back WC's and has also come home with the most points from a WC.

    You might hate CQ's style, his attitude and personality. But you cant argue with facts:

    Inherited team and organization in decline. Instilled discipline in historically over emotional side. Got world class infrastructure and training facilities build for TM (PEC). Qualified to back to back WC for the first time in TM history, and got more points in the WC than any previous manager in TM history.

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