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    FIFA World Cup ™ 2022 Qualifier: Iraq - Iran; Info, Updates & Live Reports (14.11.19)



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    Match Information
    Game: Iraq - Iran
    Venue: Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan
    Date: Thursday 14 November, 2019
    Local Time: 16:00 (EET)
    Tournament: FIFA World Cup ™ 2022 World Cup Qualifiers
    Stage: Third Round, Match day 4


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    we need to do all prematch rituals this time. ALL.

    Kia, thanks for opening your traditional pre match thread. They are essentials to a successful TM match and excellent sources of information pre game.

    Now, PersianGodfather, please answer call of duty, label us underdogs. Everybody with a brain, thanks his post.

    DJPedram, make your poll. Include some ridiculous statements in your comment telling everybody to vote.

    Ehsan Singapore, please provide at least 1 highly insightful comment, like "we should really try to play a good match".

    If we do this, and wiltits drops hajsafi ,Ansarifard,Mohebbi for nourollahi,gholizadeh,ARJ we will emerge victorious.


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    I think one the reasons Iran lost to Bahrain was because we took the opposition lightly. We need to play every team with the same concentration and intensity. I also pray that Hajsafi does not start, and that Gholizadeh and Dejagah (if fit and in form) play.

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    Thanks Kiarash, thread stickied
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    This match is crucial and right now iran are at an all time low. We don't have stable coaching staff.. we havent had any decent friendly or a proper preparation , our facilites in iran are some of the worst in the world.. meanwhile iraq is on fire and always plays their heart out against us.. we are clearly the under dogs
    WE ARE THE UNDER DOGS


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    Why do we constantly get drawn with the Al-Shotor team of Iraq? Ugh.

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    This is going to be very intense, I look forward to our players digging deep and coming out with the crucial away win. Very stressful times already.
    ----------------------Beiranvand---------------------
    --Rezaeian----Hosseini--Pouraliganji----Mohammadi
    ---------------Ezatolahi------Hajsafi----------------
    --Ghoddos-----------Dejagah------------Taremi---
    ------------------------Azmoun----------------------


    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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    If loosing to Bahrain and Iraq we simply need to admit that the world cup is nothing we'd deserve. Simply as that

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    How on earth are we allowed to play in Iraq basra when there is 0 secuirity for iranians. They are all saying death to iranians on the streets ! Khak to sare IFF for not doing anything about it! We need to change this asap! Our players will be scared as f***.

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    "Iranian football delegation departs for Iraq to review conditions for upcoming match

    A delegation from Iranian football federation has departed for Iraq to review the conditions of Iraq for hosting the upcoming match with Iran.

    National football teams of Iran and Iraq are slated to lock horns on November 14 at Basra International Stadium in 2022 World Cup and 2023 Asian AFC Cup qualifications.

    Public protests in Iraq have cast the shadow of doubt on holding the match in the country. Earlier, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced that matches of Group A of U19 Championship qualification from Nov. 2 to 10, which was slated to be held in Iraq, has been postponed until further notice.

    To further review the conditions, an Iranian delegation led by Mohammad Reza Saket, Secretary-General of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Football Federation, left Tehran for Iraq on Wednesday morning. The federation will mull over requesting for postponing or holding the game in another venue after the visit.

    Also, the Iranian federation announced that the head of the Iraqi Football Federation, Abdul-Khaliq Masoud, will visit Tehran on Saturday to hold talks with his Iranian counterpart, Mehdi Taj."

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