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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 this, I couldn't agree more with the points you raised.

    No one or no team is perfect or better yet they play perfect every game! For all the timelines that was pointed out there are timeline that both players did good and their involvement help and had a direct link to set up the goals.

    I personally not a big fan of Norollahi and I do too question his playing and reading the game and passes at times, but I think he has improved heaps and his confident is increasing, calling players names like low IQ and no brain its not nice or help convincing your argument.

    Look at this link from Varzeshe 3 that analyses the game:

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    Like most people here I would say we can do better and there is still heaps room to improve but to call this performance just luck and based on individual brilliant is a bit unfair in my opinion.

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    You need 3 key factos to win in soccer. You need to attack more than your opponent, defend better than your opponent, and you need better luck than your opponent. If you understand soccer you get this...there, I just summarized your thesis in a handful of lines.

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    I also thought AJ was selfish taking the free kick for himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kianstarwars View Post
    I also thought AJ was selfish taking the free kick for himself.
    When a player is full of confidence they will take initiatives, sometimes it will not work out, its ok. I would rather have a confidence ARJ taking on defenses, taking shots and even sometimes taking free-kicks than the one at Brighton that was afraid to take any initiative, and didn't even carry the ball for 5 meters without looking to pass backwards. Give the man some slack please.

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    AJ played amazing and he is still too young to be a captain but we all appreciate his enthusiasm and that is just way over any expectations. Just wait a few years and see him getting more mature and he will become a great captain. I assure you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    AJ played amazing and he is still too young to be a captain but we all appreciate his enthusiasm and that is just way over any expectations. Just wait a few years and see him getting more mature and he will become a great captain. I assure you guys.
    Hard to agree more with this! Perfectly said!

    He has 10000x character than most footballers.

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    I think ARJ taking the free kick instead, was a sign of his confidence rising. I remember that one free kick against Japan in Asian Cup was nice. I like his initiative.

    Ghoddos is no doubt our best free kick taker, but doesn’t mean him taking it is a guaranteed goal. I trust the players to figure it out. They’re both extremely selfless players.

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    I am having difficulty understanding the practical meaning of "Luck" in the game of football !

    Anyone who has played the game as some competitive level, understands that winning is a combination of many factors, including preparation, fitness, coaching, formation, skills, psychology, environment, circumstances and other unforeseen events that happen on the filed. Iran won over Iraq, because majority of these factors were in its favour.

    "Luck" has nothing to do with anything in football! ... Luck is when you choose lottery numbers and you win!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Preezy View Post
    I added time stamps to back up my points which makes it a fact. How is that hate?

    Why wouldn't you encourage us to maximize the teams potential when we can clearly see the flaws?

    The midfield simply doesn't do the rest of the team justice considering how talented some of our players are.

    Queiroz played defensive football and Wilmots wasn't putting in any effort.

    Skočić is passionate and wants to coach this team. He is trying his best to play offensive football. Therefore, we can't compare these circumstances.
    First of all your points are not facts, i clearly saw a different game than you did. It's very simple, TM was the better side as they completely shut Iraq down where they only had one shot on goal (chance) while TM was able to create chances and score three goals. These are the facts.

    Now can TM do better? Absolutely, there are many aspects whicg they can improve as a team and individually. But to call the two wins against Iraq as "luck is not only the wrong analysis to make it is also a false conclusion. TM beat Iraq because they were the better side, no luck involved my friend.

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    ..Just seconds later he completely Hajsafis the ball.
    😆😂😂....

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    به من بياموزد و نه انديشه ها را. زرتشت

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