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    Quote Originally Posted by AliDaeiNumber1Fan View Post
    In virtue of calling me emotional and judgmental you are in fact casting judgement i.e. being judgemental XDD

    As someone said before, enjoy the ride man
    I'm not being judgemental or judging you based on my own opinion, I only stated a fact about your comment since you stated that you have feelings that you don't know how to express regarding your dislike of my analysis.

    You even started your sentence with "Jesus Christ". You were judgemental and emotional regarding my points instead of reviewing the facts of my analysis.

    It makes no sense to be judgemental or emotional about my analysis that was based on time stamps from the actual game.

    Trust me I'm enjoying it more than most my friend. That's why I ended my initial post with "Let's fix the issues and dominate the next two games. Very exciting games next month".

    However, I did my part to show what we can improve on which is for the benefit of the team.

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    Preezy jaan, thank you for taking the time to write this. Here are a few observations since I took the time to read your post out of respect for the time you took to write it.

    1- Statements like "... everyone needs to read this" or "Everyone needs to be on the same page" turn people off since this is a forum. People post freely within the guidelines and other people have a right to read or comment or ignore or thank (thank you Webmaster jaan for the reminder ). Also, one of the great things in a forum is difference of opinion. That causes people to reason and learn. In a sense no one really needs to be on the same page This is not a team, this is a forum. Context is of essence.

    2- Taking one or few mistakes by certain players like Noorafkan and Noorollahi and generalizing their performance lacks objectivity.

    3- Exaggerations usually don't work. TM just had the best results against Iraq in decades in an away match. Saying "We actually played horribly" goes against common sense and causes people to dismiss your valid points.

    Go TM!

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    He actually has some valid points, our ball possession was quiet average, i know this doesn't resume everything but this is something we need to work on vs stronger opponents.

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    Yo Preezy! Iran is going to the World Cup for sheezy so take it easy my neezy.
    "History is a set of lies that people have agreed upon,"

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    What a rubbish thread. I saw ur previous post on the match thread where you posted your line up and based on that line up it showed u play fifa a bit too much. Now u just posted something and hoped that since its a unpopular opinion it would make sense for some but nah this was just bs. There was clearly a display of tactics going on in the game and to say otherwise is just not right. You dont win a game 3-0 based on luck and no tactics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futbaldoost View Post
    Preezy jaan, thank you for taking the time to write this. Here are a few observations since I took the time to read your post out of respect for the time you took to write it.

    1- Statements like "... everyone needs to read this" or "Everyone needs to be on the same page" turn people off since this is a forum. People post freely within the guidelines and other people have a right to read or comment or ignore or thank (thank you Webmaster jaan for the reminder ). Also, one of the great things in a forum is difference of opinion. That causes people to reason and learn. In a sense no one really needs to be on the same page This is not a team, this is a forum. Context is of essence.

    2- Taking one or few mistakes by certain players like Noorafkan and Noorollahi and generalizing their performance lacks objectivity.

    3- Exaggerations usually don't work. TM just had the best results against Iraq in decades in an away match. Saying "We actually played horribly" goes against common sense and causes people to dismiss your valid points.

    Go TM!

    Thank you for reading my post but the purpose of reading my post is to also watch the time stamps that make my points make sense.

    The reason why I said that everyone needs to be on the same page is because it is the objective truth that Nourollahi is not good enough. To help others realize this, I put time stamps of his actions.

    I never said that you have to be on the same page. I said that's what we need. Why do we need it? Because unity results in pressuring the coach to either work on the player or replace him.

    You also wrote that people have a freedom of expressing their opinions. I'm guessing the only reason why you wrote that is because I'm critiquing their opinions which is also within my freedom, specially when I'm proving my points. However, I never said that they can't express themselves. I just criticized their logic, so why mention it?

    I don't need to worry about how people feel about my post. Maybe I could've been more soft in my post to satisfy them but that goes against my point because I stand by what I said and I did nothing wrong. It's not my problem that people don't want to be objective and watch the truth. I did my part by providing the information. The rest is up to them.


    You also mentioned "Taking one or few mistakes by certain players like Noorafkan and Noorollahi and generalizing their performance lacks objectivity".

    I literally put time stamps of multiple (not just one) occasions to prove their poor plays which proves objectivity. Also, Nourollahi has been poor prior to this game which further proves objectivity, and not just "one or few mistakes". I never said that Noorafkan shouldn't play and I even wrote the following about him:
    "amazing vision and pass for the first goal. He makes things happen because he has an offensive-minded mentality".


    And regarding your third point, I explained how and why we had a good result against Iraq. It's very simple to just look at the scoreline and drop the topic. We did play horribly I stand by that and if anyone would objectively watch the game and the time stamps they will see it clearly.


    I have a coaching license in football. The only reason I'm mentioning it now is because it's irrational that most of you guys have no desire to be objective and analyze my points or the game and I have to be 'schooled' by biased people who blindly celebrate a 0-3 victory.

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    I knew I’d regret clicking on this thread....smh

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    I knew I’d regret clicking on this thread....smh
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    Dear Preezy,

    I think part of the opposition you encounter may be related to your title which you may really feel to be correct, but appears click-baity to some people.

    Even if your opinions are correct, "Iran won vs Iraq because of luck" is just too strong of a statement.

    Even if Iran only won because of individual player's talent with zero input from the coaching TEAM (don't forget, several Iranian ex player coaches are also part of the team and I remember clearly that Hashemian was talking and gesticulating with Skocic during the game), then the win still cannot be called luck.

    Iran currently has the strongest forward line in Asia and those excellent offensive minded players were put in the lineup by the coach in the correct arrangement (e.g. who plays on the left, who on the right and how far forward or back, with what freedom of movement etc.).

    As for the goals themselves, arguably only the first goal had a degree of luck since it wasn't perfectly placed by Jahanbaksh, but due to the power of the header went in anyway (not to take anythink away from his goal. It was a great run and header). Plus Taremi's assist was very precise with zero luck.

    Taremi's goal was not down to luck, but to sublime skill and even Azmoun's assist was incredibly well placed into the run of Taremi.

    Gholizadeh's goal was zero luck and it actually surprised me how cold blooded he finished that, making up for some of poorer recent performances. It was Skocic who placed Gholi in the game (I actually wanted Ghaedy to come in).

    Nonetheless, I appreciate your input and the amount of time you put into it, so please don't stop to contribute. Some of your individual points are well taken and should be discussed.

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    we are a country that is heavy sanctionised. We cant get friendlies, cant pay salaries to coaches, we lack TM camps, our football in the younger ages dont perform well, our vatani coaches are not that great except a few (who is not even ready for TM job right now), our IFF is run by people who dont know football that well. and many more reasons. Under these conditions we relay much on our talented players. In my views we have to be very satisfied we get these results while we have all these problems.
    Yes to be critical is good and there is nothing wrong in shareing this and later build on it to fix it. The question also pops up, do we have anyone better than those players you mentioned?

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