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    has anybody noticed how built milad is these days? Without sacrificing any of his famous speed. I remember when bellerin first burst onto scene as fullback for arsenal, he was rapid, then he bulked up and lost a lot of his pace. Not the case with milad.

    On other side moharrami I would say is actually faster than/as fast as milad, also getting quite stronger physically on croatia, mentally too which he really lacked before, unlike milad who has always been mentally robust.

    Physically speaking, gholizadeh has improved leaps and bounds as well. He is now very aggressive, while not built definitely out of the skinny reeghoo phase of his iran days, now he is lean and jangandeh asf.

    Kaveh is a beast and can run for days. His tank seems to be limitless.

    Overall really interesting topic for me is just the physical progression of our euro based players.

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    Delfi was in training (and has been for some time), is his reason for not being selected tactical? (Because Charleroi also have another youth prospect Ken Nkuba who was also not selected.)

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    Charleroi "Stay at Home Challenge" with Gholi

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    "Top players in the JPL: the 10 most efficient finishers

    The corona virus is currently laying down European football, so no matches are being played in the Jupiler Pro League. Fortunately, thanks to the special competition format in Belgium, we have almost completed the full regular season. Based on those 29 games, we can look for which players in this campaign excelled in a number of key elements of the game. Today: the 10 best finishers in the JPL!

    As a striker it should not always look beautiful. Indeed, effectiveness is of greater importance. One of the greatest strengths of an attacker is therefore his efficiency for goal, and preferably based on the economic principle: to extract as many hits as possible from as few chances as possible. We translate that principle into the goalgetters on the Belgian fields.

    6. KAVEH REZAEI (CHARLEROI)

    47 tries, 12 goals

    25.53% chance of scoring


    12 goals in 22 matches: Kaveh Rezaeican look back on an efficient season. Also based on the number of opportunities, the Charleroi striker sticks out above the pack. The successful tactic of Karim Belhocine, in which the Iranian can fully utilize his speed on the counter, is therefore perfectly suited to his needs. Although that does require a cool frog for goal, a role that Rezaei took on with verve. Currently, the mercenary occupies fourth place in the top marksman position, ahead of all attackers of mother club Club Brugge. Wouldn't they regret Jan Breydel for letting him go?"

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    "' Surprising transfer for Rezaei, Club Brugge can earn millions'

    Club Brugge rents Kaveh Rezaei (27) to Sporting Charleroi until the end of this season. Nobody knows where Rezaei will play next season.

    Chances are that Rezaei will not get a new chance at Club Brugge, but that the Iranian will not stay at Charleroi either. After all, that would not be willing to pay several million for the striker.

    It is clear to Club Brugge: Rezaei is allowed to leave, provided he brings in several million. Club wants to recoup as much of the invested 5 million euros as possible.

    Abroad?
    From abroad there is interest from teams that are willing to meet Club Brugge 's wishes. It suddenly looks like that blue-black will still earn money from Rezaei."

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    Quote Originally Posted by aenima_8 View Post
    "' Surprising transfer for Rezaei, Club Brugge can earn millions'

    Club Brugge rents Kaveh Rezaei (27) to Sporting Charleroi until the end of this season. Nobody knows where Rezaei will play next season.

    Chances are that Rezaei will not get a new chance at Club Brugge, but that the Iranian will not stay at Charleroi either. After all, that would not be willing to pay several million for the striker.

    It is clear to Club Brugge: Rezaei is allowed to leave, provided he brings in several million. Club wants to recoup as much of the invested 5 million euros as possible.

    Abroad?
    From abroad there is interest from teams that are willing to meet Club Brugge 's wishes. It suddenly looks like that blue-black will still earn money from Rezaei."

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    Probably Ligue 1 bottom-tier teams, could may as well be Serie A bottom-tier teams like Hellas Verona like how they loaned Sofyan Amrabat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicester City View Post
    Probably Ligue 1 bottom-tier teams, could may as well be Serie A bottom-tier teams like Hellas Verona like how they loaned Sofyan Amrabat.
    midtable spanish teams (levante) were rumored to be interested before. As well as marseille.

    I think it will probably be better than bottom tier Ligue 1 teams because he has now performed at an extremely high level for multiple seasons, backing up his quality and proving he is no 1 hit wonder.

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    Question: Guys If you have to pick one out of Mehdi Torabi and Ali Gholizadeh, who do you pick?

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