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    Post match discussion (Bahrain vs Iran)



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    We have a tradition of having a post match discussion thread. Everyone is so upset that we seem to have forgotten to start such a thread. Looking forward to your posts.
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    was surprised when I saw the line up with Mohebi?? It's one thing to put him against Cambodia when TM had already scored 10 or 11 goals, but to have in starting 11 and in an away game against Bahrain? Mohebi should have perhaps been subbed by the end of second half rather than starting the game. The coach was going for a big win, hopefully this will be the end of such experiments. I don't have anything against Mohebi but he needs to gain experience first rather than being the experiment.

    As for Hajsafi, I saw this post from Martin Reza on Twitter, as always Martin doesn't disappoint with his analysis;
    "Late tackle Hajsafi yellow, bad turnover Hajsafi immediately afterwards and bad challenge Hosseini. 3 mistakes, goal conceded....."Hajsafi becoming more and more of a question mark. Weakpoint in the semifinal loss vs Japan and now again weak and with the decisive turnover leading to the goal. Just like in AC he again went fighting with the ref rather than concentrating on the game shortly before conceding".

    Hajsafi, disappointed me in the Asian Cup, despite the team making it to the semis. And in today's game he showed he doesn't deserve the captain's armband and perhaps not even the TM jersey. It's time for him to slowly give space to other players, thank you Hajsafi for all these years.

    At this point it may be too late to change coach, I blame IFF. Coach needed bunch of challenging friendlies before the start of qualification games. Wilmots must also invite our legionaries, we cannot rely on unproven, inexperienced players nor men like Hajsafi. Now, we can only hope that he proves us wrong.

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    Also if you are not following Martin Reza on Twitter, here is the link;

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    Bringing in a guy like Amiri who has zero playmaking skills was a huge mistake. We actually needed Masoud in that second half to send thew balls. Clearly the long balls were not working nor was the crosses. we needed to open the game through the middle and thats were Masoud wouldve been ideal for us.
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    Hajsafi was always overrated, not any surprise here.
    The reality is our league sucks and we have not much alternative in CM positionas we do on wingers.
    RB, LB and CM is something Wilmots need to work on as Ebrahimi getting old, Hajsafi is useless, same as Ramin and Milad.
    Give Miharrami and Naderi a chance, they won't be worst than Ramin and Milad.


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    Bahrain vs Azerbaijan in Riffa 2-3 we could maybe learn a few things from
    Azeri brothers😂😂🤔😂🤔🤣

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    Post match discussion (Bahrain vs Iran)

    Highly dissapointed in our players and mainly Wilmots. We are the only Asian top side who lost their game this match day. Now we put the stress on us unnecessary. Iraq isn’t going to be an easy game either.

    Going forward, we absolutely need to get rid of liability named Hajsafi. As a LB, he sucked majorly. Now he is also a disaster as a CM. And Ansarifard has literally no business in tougher games like this, some hattrick against Cambodian amateurs doesn’t mean a thing.

    Against Iraq, I’d like to see this MF and FW:

    Ebrahimi - Ezatolahi
    Dejagah
    Jahanbakhsh / Gholizadeh - Azmoun - Taremi

    At least but not last, I’ll make these game threads again.
    #FireMarcWilmots

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    Sardar got lucky to not get a red, when we stop harassing referees? One day we pay a big price for.

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    Bahrani player named Ehsan Hajisafi passes to Sayad Sayeed who then crosses inside the box to Mahdi Al-Humaidan who wins the penalty after being fouled by Hosseini.

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    (@ 3:48 of the video you can see the beautiful assist by Hajisafi that secured Bahrain the win!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran_19 View Post
    when we stop harassing referees?
    Whenever they stop being bribed by the AFC (Arab Football Confederation) and not making calls in our favor or making bogus calls against us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Doust View Post
    Bringing in a guy like Amiri who has zero playmaking skills was a huge mistake. We actually needed Masoud in that second half to send thew balls. Clearly the long balls were not working nor was the crosses. we needed to open the game threw the middle and thats were Masoud wouldve been ideal for us.
    through balls to who? Nobody could move bc the formation was clogging all the space. At least when amiri came on he had some energy and was making some runs.

    Masoud clearly isnt at the level to play international football anymore. He is just wasting everybodies time

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