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    Not the same sport but we were able to create a world class league/NT in volleyball from scratch. Volleyball was nothing in Iran before

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    There's so much we are not able to do because of the regime not only for our football but everything else but the smallest changes with the best short term outcomes would be
    1) Immediate Yellow card rule for touching/complaining to the referee midgame.
    2) Breaking up dalalbazi financially(I dont know the system)
    3) Punishing the fanbase for insulting players during game, esp if that player is going to leave to go abroad(Taremi situation).

    Long term:
    1) Youth academy planning. We might need money to get coaches to teach the football fundamentals to our players but if Qatar can do it without natural talent we can do it with natural talent.It's sad how many players in Iran can do surreal stuff with a ball but they can't do the basic things like trapping a ball, getting a shot on target from outside the 18 or centering a cross.

    2) Heavily fining unprofessional behavior like media attacks from players. I don't mean posts with shade like in most of the footballing world, I mean players riling up their fans to cause conflict.

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    by means of discipline.
    really, they need to get beat up to understand how to pass the damn ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babak_Shirazi View Post
    No Chance to do that, Regime Change must happen first. The whole system is corrupt and rotten.
    That would probably solve 99% of the problems in Iran, even people's mindset.. You walk into a stadium in Iran and people would say some of those most dirtiest things possible.. Stuff like that didn't exist with the previous regime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    That would probably solve 99% of the problems in Iran, even people's mindset.. You walk into a stadium in Iran and people would say some of those most dirtiest things possible.. Stuff like that didn't exist with the previous regime.
    for a second I thought you were being sarcastic.
    Oh sure, people will say dirty things under Islamic regime and as soon as the libtards set foot into Iran everything will turn into a magical Fairyland and people will say the most beautiful things ever.
    RIP logic

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    It's all about infrastructure.

    If Iran can update it's football infrastructure and bring it up to the level of
    roads and metro system then IPL will jump to the next quantum level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beri486 View Post
    It's all about infrastructure.

    If Iran can update it's football infrastructure and bring it up to the level of
    roads and metro system then IPL will jump to the next quantum level.
    It's going to take a lot more than just improved infrastructure. Corruption will still exist even with better stadiums.

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