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    Meet your Persian Love Today
    Milad was almost spotless yesterday. Amazing game from him!! If Serie A scouts were watching he could easily get a good offer just off that one game.

    -Great Crosses
    -Amazing Pace
    -Great Technique
    -Very Solid defensively

    And not a surprise that the usual haters are as quiet as ever đŸ‘€

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    his pace is world class but dont forget his work rate and stamina are world class as well. his a running machine for 90min

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    Still CQ always prefered Hajsafi , but why ???

    Milad isnt perfect he needs to improve alot but still why did CQ alwaYs prefer Hajsafi?
    Vive la résistance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foolad Khuzestan View Post
    Still CQ always prefered Hajsafi , but why ???

    Milad isnt perfect he needs to improve alot but still why did CQ alwaYs prefer Hajsafi?
    So did Wilmots. Most coaches prefer playing it safe. Especially conservative coaches. Kind of understand them


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    I don't blame CQ, mohammadi was quite inexperienced, and we dont really have wingers that drop back, so its good having a careful full back, rather that milad joining the attack and leaving the left flank vunerable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kian_khosh View Post
    I don't blame CQ, mohammadi was quite inexperienced, and we dont really have wingers that drop back, so its good having a careful full back, rather that milad joining the attack and leaving the left flank vunerable.
    well besides the morocco game hajsafi struggled, so bad that milad had to replace him in both matches.

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    Hajsafi is a great player and captain for team melli but Milad is on another level...

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    Bardaashte La Gazzetta dello Sport az amalkarde Milad:

    "All'inizio soffre, soprattutto nel contenere Carles Perez. Poi nella ripresa cresce a dismisura".

    Tarjome: Dar aghaaze baazi moshkel daare, be vijeh roberoye Carles Perez. Sepas dar nimeye dovvom BESYAAR ZIYAAD rosht mikone.
    DROOD BAR AHMAD KASRAVI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardalan View Post
    Bardaashte La Gazzetta dello Sport az amalkarde Milad:
    "All'inizio soffre, soprattutto nel contenere Carles Perez. Poi nella ripresa cresce a dismisura".
    Tarjome: Dar aghaaze baazi moshkel daare, be vijeh roberoye Carles Perez. Sepas dar nimeye dovvom BESYAAR ZIYAAD rosht mikone.
    It was a great experience for milad, playing a really high calibre winger like perez, struggling a bit (not more than rest of his teammates though) on big stage and in big stadium like olimpico. Because of that it is acceptable that he had 20 mins of being unsure, especially with how to deal with perez who is both very fast but also very technical. As the article mentions, his IMPROVEMENT showed his quality and MENTALITY as he and team quickly settled down, figured out their opponents, and were able to play their own game.

    In belgium they will be ready to go from minute 1.

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    Guys Milad was great defensively but unfortunately he didnt get to display his offensive game as much. There were a couple of crosses but for a Fullback to get noticed and picked up by other Serie A scouts, you have to have a great offensive game too. Its not his fault, the team was inferior so he was told to stay back and defend..im hoping next game he can make more runs and create chances. This is what modern fullbacks need to be able to do

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