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    Making the World Cup will depend solely on if the players respect Skocic or not.
    Talent wise, TM should EASILY make the World Cup consistently.. It's all about that respect factor towards the manager.

    CQ had major respect from the dressing room and players went all out for him. Wilmots did not have that respect and the results showed it.
    Lets see if Skocic can get that and have the players go all out for him. So far, he's doing a good job building relationships within the team which is something Wimots lacked

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    Making the World Cup will depend solely on if the players respect Skocic or not.
    Talent wise, TM should EASILY make the World Cup consistently.. It's all about that respect factor towards the manager.

    CQ had major respect from the dressing room and players went all out for him. Wilmots did not have that respect and the results showed it.
    Lets see if Skocic can get that and have the players go all out for him. So far, he's doing a good job building relationships within the team which is something Wimots lacked
    I disagree, what is the most important is the player selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naderb94 View Post
    Making the World Cup will depend solely on if the players respect Skocic or not.
    Talent wise, TM should EASILY make the World Cup consistently.. It's all about that respect factor towards the manager.

    CQ had major respect from the dressing room and players went all out for him. Wilmots did not have that respect and the results showed it.
    Lets see if Skocic can get that and have the players go all out for him. So far, he's doing a good job building relationships within the team which is something Wimots lacked
    Quote Originally Posted by PSGman#19 View Post
    I disagree, what is the most important is the player selection.
    I think both player selection and Coach's respect are at play. There is also tactical acumen of the coach and the players, preparation, physical condition before and after games, nutrition, player rotation, logistics and management by IFF, friendlies, etc. etc.

    In other words, there are a lot of components to a successful campaign. We were very lucky that we had a coach that was so confident and so dedicated that he pushed back on IFF and whoever else that stood in his way. He was a good football manager, as well as a good overall manager. He was so globally accomplished and respected that when the likes of Mayeli, Ghalenoi, Derakhsan, or any of the other jokers tried to criticize him, they only managed to make fools of themselves.

    The jury is still out on the new guy. But if he has only 1/2 the abilities of CQ, we may be able to limp across to the WC. Otherwise, we are doomed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    LOL.

    That definitely sounds CQ like.

    Admittedly I do not follow PGL as closely as others but I believe Skocic will overload Hong Kong and Cambodia like any sensible coach would at this stage.

    Then he'll work on an attacking strategy to create chances while giving adequate defensive cover.
    I'm not so worried about Cambodia and Hong Kong. We will win against them with ease. I'm more worried about Iraq and Bahrain. We need to win all our games to make sure to qualify to the next round. We have the advantage of home games against both of them so that's good. But Skocic needs to make sure we win against them convincingly. Cause even if we qualify to the next round, much stronger teams await us there. Hopefully he's busing watching games and taking notes these days.

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    For once, the world knows the situation of Iran with the lack of friendlies, test match. I think we may deal the situation better than our opponents.
    Specially we have a lot of legionnaires that will keep training with their euro clubs.

    The question is whether we will have important players injuried for the qualifiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    I'm not so worried about Cambodia and Hong Kong. We will win against them with ease. I'm more worried about Iraq and Bahrain. We need to win all our games to make sure to qualify to the next round. We have the advantage of home games against both of them so that's good. But Skocic needs to make sure we win against them convincingly. Cause even if we qualify to the next round, much stronger teams await us there. Hopefully he's busing watching games and taking notes these days.
    Yes definitely.

    I think Skocic will prepare us adequately for Bahrain. We created chances under Wilmots against Bahrain but lost the midfield skirmishes because our midfield was Hajsafi and Ebrahimi. Hopefully he fixes this.

    Against Iraq, the Iraqis very smartly disrupted play whenever they could and forced our players to lose the ball to a press. Then they kept stopping the play.

    Skocic needs to find a way to correct that gameplan. Hopefully excluding Shojaei and bringing ARJ back will be a good start

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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    Yes definitely.

    I think Skocic will prepare us adequately for Bahrain. We created chances under Wilmots against Bahrain but lost the midfield skirmishes because our midfield was Hajsafi and Ebrahimi. Hopefully he fixes this.

    Against Iraq, the Iraqis very smartly disrupted play whenever they could and forced our players to lose the ball to a press. Then they kept stopping the play.

    Skocic needs to find a way to correct that gameplan. Hopefully excluding Shojaei and bringing ARJ back will be a good start
    We have a huge problem in the CDM role. I mean even if you exclude Haji Safi and Ebrahimi, all we have left is Ezzatollahi. Ali Karimi is overrated and I don't know how Cheshmi is doing these days. but frankly those are all the players we have who are internationally experienced. Unless Skocic discovers a young talent who can really step up, We're gonna have problems against Iraq (specially) and Bahrain. Having said that, the home advantage usually makes all our players to step up so I am quite optimistic for this round's games. but to for the next round, he really needs to do something about our midfield.

    Shojaei definitely needs to quit. New fresh blood needs to be injected in TM to train with the rest of the players even if they don't get playing time. Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (despite his recent lack of form) can be an option. It may mentally do him good and help him to get back in form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    We have a huge problem in the CDM role.
    That is why I asked questions from you guys about Reza Asadi and Omid Noorafkan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    I mean even if you exclude Haji Safi and Ebrahimi, all we have left is Ezzatollahi. Ali Karimi is overrated and I don't know how Cheshmi is doing these days. but frankly those are all the players we have who are internationally experienced. Unless Skocic discovers a young talent who can really step up, We're gonna have problems against Iraq (specially) and Bahrain. Having said that, the home advantage usually makes all our players to step up so I am quite optimistic for this round's games. but to for the next round, he really needs to do something about our midfield.

    Shojaei definitely needs to quit. New fresh blood needs to be injected in TM to train with the rest of the players even if they don't get playing time. Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (despite his recent lack of form) can be an option. It may mentally do him good and help him to get back in form.
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