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    زنده باد سرمربی ایرانی

    زمانی بود گفته میشد داوران ایرانی نمیتوانند شهرآورد را سوت بزنند که سپس دیده شد چه بازیهایی را هم در جهان سوت زدند. درباره سرمربی تازه تیم ملی باید گفته شود این گزینه های آبکی و گران بدرد تیم ملی نمیخورند. کارنامه شان سراپا شکست و ناکامی است. تیم ملی با همان سرمربی ایرانی به خواسته ها و پیروزهایش میرسد

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    Long Live an Iranian Head Coach for TM
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    Alireza Faghani our best referee we ever had and dealing with IFF.
    I have this picture of Alireza Afghani in my mind. A man who was twice suspended from Iran’s Upper League and brutally criticized. He was not even given a chance to defend himself. He was blamed for technical problems with the stadium and suspended. Now this same referee has officiated at the best and the most important international games. What caused this deep divide in trust and respect?
    Well, such bans are usual in Iran. And it was not only twice. But the two times that you mentioned got attention. They wanted to use me as a shield. They wanted to say that in those days all the problems in football originated with me. But it was not important. We are used to it and we learn to be patient. And when you learn to be so patient, other obstacles lose their importance. My motivation became stronger every time that I was suspended from Iran’s League. I told myself: “learn, learn your lesson so that it will not become worse.” I became more attentive and more accurate.
    Part of the suspensions, as I said, were because they wanted to hide behind me. But we have to accept that, for a referee, a tournament is really different from a league. In a tournament like the World Cup you have one chance in four to officiate a game. Many referees who had come to Russia were finished after the first game. They refereed and returned home. We would be in a different situation if we finished with the World Cup after one or two games. Instead of so much praise and so many compliments, we would have been ridiculed and insulted. But neither do the insults make my determination weaker nor does such praise make me full of myself. I have learned to always be myself.

    So what do you say about the photographs of you with the woman who is both a colleague and your friend’s wife?
    I believe that in this World Cup so many good things happened both for myself and for my country that I can ignore this. It is not important what is written or said about this. I refereed and made people of my country happy. Now I don’t care who wants to destroy that sense of joy with a few pictures. I am not going to fan their fire. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRANMAN View Post
    زمانی بود گفته میشد داوران ایرانی نمیتوانند شهرآورد را سوت بزنند که سپس دیده شد چه بازیهایی را هم در جهان سوت زدند. درباره سرمربی تازه تیم ملی باید گفته شود این گزینه های آبکی و گران بدرد تیم ملی نمیخورند. کارنامه شان سراپا شکست و ناکامی است. تیم ملی با همان سرمربی ایرانی به خواسته ها و پیروزهایش میرسد
    Translation: It used to be said that Iranian refs could not even manage the (Tehran) Derby and then everyone saw how Iranian refs did games at the world stage. Regarding the new head coach of TM, it should be said that these expensive and weak candidates don’t suit TM. Their record is full of defeats and disappointments. TM could achieve its goals and victories with an Iranian head coach.

    I tend to agree. I rather give the chance to Golmohammadi or Daei than likes of Wilmots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futbaldoost View Post
    Translation: It used to be said that Iranian refs could not even manage the (Tehran) Derby and then everyone saw how Iranian refs did games at the world stage. Regarding the new head coach of TM, it should be said that these expensive and weak candidates don’t suit TM. Their record is full of defeats and disappointments. TM could achieve its goals and victories with an Iranian head coach.
    I tend to agree. I rather give the chance to Golmohammadi or Daei than likes of Wilmots.
    It's a great idea, but how many Iranian coaches have top level coaching licenses? What coaching licenses does Daei or Golmohammadi have?

    There is why Faghani is a top level referee. He has top level FIFA licenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdot View Post
    It's a great idea, but how many Iranian coaches have top level coaching licenses? What coaching licenses does Daei or Golmohammadi have?
    There is why Faghani is a top level referee. He has top level FIFA licenses.
    I believe both of them have the AFC A coaching certificates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futbaldoost View Post
    I believe both of them have the AFC A coaching certificates.
    And how many of the best teams hire coaches with AFC A coaching certificates, compared to UEFA coaching certificates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futbaldoost View Post
    I believe both of them have the AFC A coaching certificates.
    As far as I know Daei has IFF B license, which is the highest IFF offers.
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    The new manager from Belgium might gain his 1st success and achievement with TM and lets hope so but all his record show is failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRANMAN View Post
    The new manager from Belgium might gain his 1st success and achievement with TM and lets hope so but all his record show is failure.
    I don’t think being the assistant coach and head coach for Belgium over a period of several years if a failure.

    If he’s good enough to be the head coach of Belgium for more than a couple years, he’s more than qualified to be our head coach.

    Obviously he’s not CQ level, but a coach of CQs caliber is likely to never come to Iran.


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