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    Both teams play poorly.
    Iran had two chances but unable to score.
    Hopefully Jalali and Sobhani can help during 2nd half.

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    GRE scored

    Bad coaching

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    Iran plays like crap. I don't get it. They lose so many chances and can't give 2 passes. They are way too slow and don't work as a team. Greece sucks but managed to score due to repeated poor clearances in defense and losing every ball in attack. Another poor performance of our youth teams. No surprises there. We can't even come up 5th while Korea plays in the final of world cup. Go figure.
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    Iran U18 will not do well with Pourmusavi as head coach.
    He is hopeless coach,

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    ^ well, how much can a coach do with poor players? not much. Bring Sir Alex and perhaps we lose even more games. The problem lays much deeper than what happens on the field. We need to bring up more disciplined players instead of changing coaches every time we fail. Sounds very like Arab teams tactic doesn't it. Blaming it on the rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St_Mark View Post


    Only if Arya find a good coach and improve on his weak physical condition , he will find himseld a candidate to be considered for TM in future.
    If he was physically fit and strong today, he could have easily a hat trick.Alas

    not to worry mate.
    I remember seeing the young U-16 Azmoun who was playing with the U-19 team and he looked very thin and weak physically, despite his height.
    Now, he's a strapping, well balanced young man with very good upper body physique.
    It's just an age thing and if they keep at their training, they will develop properly.


    what our youth need to concentrate on are :
    - a serious attitude towards professionalism
    - ready to work hard in tough conditions

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    Iran U18 played 5 games in 9 days, every other day.
    Iran's tactic was pressing from the start in every game.They did well for first 45 minutes but they got tired for second half and lost 3 games because of stupid tactic of the coach.
    full press from the start for these young players in every other day is wrong plan. It require physical strength and good conditioning players.b and with few exception Iran U18 was not prepare for that much pressure. Even against Champion Argentina they were ahead till second half and there was no plan B.

    Azmoon was not strong physically at 16 but he has a father who is a coach and athletic family ( volleyball ). Without a good coach Arya has less chance.

    Jalali #3 ( LB5-1-0-0-0 / G-Gl-A-YC-RC ) and Sobhani #19 MF ( 5-3-0-0-0 / G-Gl-A-YC-RC ) played well because of good fitness and together scored 4 goals.


    Mohammad Reza Moharami Central Back from Malavan # 4 ( 5-1-0-1-0 / G-Gl-A-YC-RC ) was impressive . He has a bright future in Iran should he continue progress.


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