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    ^You can argue that by losing (or tieing) against Argentina, TM avoided Brazil, Russia, and Argentina in the top half of the bracket. Obviously we still have to contend with either Spain/Portugal in our side of the bracket, but basically not seeing a traditional heavy weight until the semi-finals would be an "easier" route. Fingers crossed the plan pays off!

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    ^ I agree 100%. I think Nazemoshria is taking a wise approach understanding they have a long way to go and they could possibly get Tayebi back if they go long enough. Of course we would not have faced Argentina since they would have traded places with us. To tell you the truth, the two red cards have given two key players (Ahmadi and Samimi) more rest. Thankfully the federation has provided a lot of good medical equipment for recovery and treating injuries. See this video. They have provided the similar equipment for the women's TM in Uzbekistan. It's amazing that we did not have this before and went all the way to WC third place in 2016.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diz View Post
    Cool, but a bruised rib is not going to show much on an x-ray (unless he actually broke his rib). It will be based on his medical/subjective ability to withstand any discomfort pain with movement, breathing etc, that will determine if he can play. The radiology is almost irrelevant here if he's still in pain/discomfort.
    It's actually a fractured rib. It's healing. I think the best bet is semi-final match on September 30. Nazemosharia says here that they are monitoring him closely to see if it is healing. He has a lot less pain. diz jaan is the doctor here yet I also know that actual bone growth will show on x-ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peiman92 View Post
    He means the ranking of our opponent, not us.
    Uzbekistan is ranked the 2nd weakest.
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    First we have to beat Uzbeks then we will worry about next opponent. Uzbeks is a much improved team. Won't be easy! .. Iran got to put the big guns on the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavian View Post
    First we have to beat Uzbeks then we will worry about next opponent. Uzbeks is a much improved team. Won't be easy! .. Iran got to put the big guns on the field.
    Always good to overestimate your opponents and be ready for a tough match.

    Having said that, Uzbeks only got 3 points out of their group. Also, Iran and Uzbekistan have met in three AFC Futsal Asian Cup finals, with Iran winning them all. Lastly, Uzbeks have never made it to the WC Futsal QF.

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    I think, of all potential Semi finalists, on paper, Iran has the easiest path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdwrrr View Post
    I think, of all potential Semi finalists, on paper, Iran has the easiest path.
    we are sarvar.

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