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    Quote Originally Posted by JoojehKoobedeh2 View Post
    Not to forget his recent behavior at Persepolis has been disastrous Beirangand
    what behavior?

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    Had beiranvand and cheshmi made moves I would have voted excellent. Salimi being stuck in Iran was sad to see too but aside from those 3 guys there were lots of great moves all around that I think TM will benefit from a lot this upcoming year
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramingeles2000 View Post
    what behavior?
    Hitting police ... swearing at the fans .... and now doing the elbow gesture (f*ck off) to tractor fans. Oh also hitting players and doing swearing gestures in sepahan game i think. He already has a case and now traktor have official filed a lawsuit against him.

    Used to love his fighting personality now i just like him as player. Totally disapointed me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milad_b View Post
    Hitting police ... swearing at the fans .... and now doing the elbow gesture (f*ck off) to tractor fans. Oh also hitting players and doing swearing gestures in sepahan game i think. He already has a case and now traktor have official filed a lawsuit against him.

    Used to love his fighting personality now i just like him as player. Totally disapointed me.
    give the guy a break he went from washing SUVs to saving Ronaldo PKs in like 4 years. Talented TM players fall into two camps:

    1) The Mature, Career-Oriented Camp: These are the Hashemian, AJB, Mahdavikia, Daei, Ansarifard, Hajisafi, Nekounam, Shojaei (and now, refreshingly) Taremis of the world....guys who are tough and willing and able and have the maturity to forgo fame and easy money in Iran/Qatar, deal with discomfort, learn a foreign culture, try to take their game to the next level. Though he didn't quite take the step abroad, I'd put Sattar Zare in this group as well.

    2) The Emotional, Fame-Seeking, Hashiyeh-Magnet, Iran4Life Camp: These are players who are arguably just as talented as the first camp, but lack the social/mental wherewithal, maturity, toughness and (likely) guidance to take their careers to the next step (which usually means going to Europe). Think Mehdi Rahmati, Payam Sadeghian, Ali Karimi, Farhad Majidi, etc. Beiranvand likely falls into this group. I'm willing to bet he'll never leave the Middle East.

    Sometimes, players can turn it around and leapfrog from camp 2 to camp 1 - like Taremi. Some players try to join camp 1, but their true nature puts them back in camp 2 - this describes Ali Karimi. Sardar also showed signs that he might fall into this trap but has done well to stay above it and mature.

    It's not just talent on the field that progresses a footballing career. It's also toughness, maturity and willingness to leave your comfort zone. Many talented iranian players lack this mentality unfortunately. At WC2018 I had the chance to talk to a coach in the Japan Football Federation for almost 2 hours. He said that Japanese players had major issues adapting to foreign leagues (language, culture, immaturity). The JFA started paying for psychologists, cultural adjustment training and for the players parents to move with them to the new country.

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    Excellent transfers:
    Allahyar to Fener
    Taremi to Rio Ave
    Mehrdad Mo to Aves

    Good transfers: Milad to Gent
    Ebrahimi and Ezatollahi to Eupen.
    Rezaei back to Charleroi


    Bad: Beiranvand staying in iran to throw rocks in lorestan
    Ansarifard going to Qatar
    JB stuck in brighton wasting his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSGman#19 View Post
    Best transfer : Taremi finally leaving the middle east.
    Best transfer day : The day Taremi signed with Rio Ave. The same day Beiro was on Tuttosport front page

    ++ : Taremi to Rio Ave
    ++ : Mehrdad Mohammadi to Aves
    + : Allayar to Fenerbahçe
    + : Milad to Gent
    + : Ebrahimi and Ezatolahi to Eupen
    + : Ghoddos non-transfert to Brentford
    +/- : Rezaei to Charleroi
    +/- JB refusal to leave Brighton/Join PSV
    - : Allahyar to istanbulspor
    - Salimi non-transfer to Greece
    -- : Ansarifard to Qatar
    -- : PP jail : Beiro& Alipour
    ? : Cheshmi to...
    pretty much sums up mine.

    except one more:
    a rather pleasant surprise: RGN to Zwelle.
    Good for him.
    very happy for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramingeles2000 View Post
    Though he didn't quite take the step abroad, I'd put Sattar Zare in this group as well.

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