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    Amiri was MOTM, and by far, following by Nour.
    Regarding to Moharrami, in one occasion, he almost committed the same mistake as the last game when he let his guy pass him and he just watched him.
    This guy will get exposed vs fast speedy team.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iran_19 View Post
    Amiri was MOTM, and by far, following by Nour.
    Regarding to Moharrami, in one occasion, he almost committed the same mistake as the last game when he let his guy pass him and he just watched him.
    This guy will get exposed vs fast speedy team.


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    this was ahmad nor
    best tm match ever
    amiri was everywhere

    moharami and shoja both will get exposed
    exactly against semi speedy teams
    s.k exposed them both
    problem iswe might have shoja replacement
    BUT MOHARAMI MAYBE ISTHE BEST RB we have.
    daneshgar shoyld get a call up

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    Just some pointed comments on players:

    Shoja - SHOCKING today. Mixup with Kanani nearly gave Syria a goal. Horrendous passing.
    Noorafkan - Was consistently exploited by the dribble on his side. Does not inspire confidence on defense. If the Syrians can beat him that easily, Koreans or other WC opponents will target our left a bunch.
    Moharrami - did this guy seriously not learn from his mistake vs Lebanon? Even Amir was furious with him. So incredibly stupid of him to just shut off like that…
    Amiri - MOTM
    Saeid - Bullied them
    Ehsan - as mediocre as expected

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    Few thoughts:

    Moharrami - I don't think he had a good game, personally. He has a tendency to zone out (which is terrible for a defender). Also, he needs to work on his crosses. We really have issues at both RB and LB.

    Amiri - I just can't get over how good he is. He's such a cerebral player. He's had two consecutive MOM performances. If Taremi's absence showed one thing, it's how good Amiri is. He's one of the first names on the team sheet.

    Nour - Probably his best TM performance. He has a very high work rate, and a great shot. He was unlucky to not score today. Also, I realized he didnt get any love on PFDC (myself included) for scoring the game winning goal last match. We all pretended it didn't happen. It's between him and Saman for the last CM spot. I rather have Saman, but I am starting to see Nour's qualities. I also think he's better further up the pitch rather than as a CDM.

    Gholi - I know he's frustrating at times, but he has the talent to change the game with one movement. That goal he scored was really amazing and isn't getting the credit it deserves. He's a typical gol-kouchik player, wants to dribble everybody, and doesn't know when to pass, but he can change the match with one slick movement. It's between him and JB for the RW spot.

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    I would like to rate the technical staff as very poor (for all my support of the results they've got);

    As many have mentioned, we are literally WASTING set pieces by the dozens in each game.
    We cant afford to do this. Especially if we want to face decent teams and participate in the WC.
    How many chances wld a team like Iran get against a European team? 1, 2, at the most 3? chances are most of those will come off set plays, instead of open play.

    And the fact that we havent done jack against pisspoor asian B and C level teams on setplays is extremely worrying.

    Do we not have tall and bulky guys to be the target of these balls? Yes we do: kanaani, shoja, ezatollahi, azmoun, Taremi, Karim, even Sayadmanesh (and hopefully soon , Zahedi).
    so no excuses there.
    Do we not have players who can send accurate balls to pre-determined zones? Yes, we do: Ghoddos, JB, Gholi, ...

    so we do have all the tools and elements needed.

    The only missing link here is the team doesnt practice this enough or doesnt have at least 3-4 different routines to implement this.
    This is simply UNFORGIVABLE for a team heading to the WC.



    Some say the squad gets together for a few days only and needs time to run these routines enough number of times so it becomes engraved in our players' minds.
    To an extent I agree.
    But In the past few months we have had enough time to work out at least a couple of routines.


    If there's something I seriously worry about this team, it is this wastfulness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor DOOM View Post
    I would like to rate the technical staff as very poor (for all my support of the results they've got);

    As many have mentioned, we are literally WASTING set pieces by the dozens in each game.
    We cant afford to do this. Especially if we want to face decent teams and participate in the WC.
    How many chances wld a team like Iran get against a European team? 1, 2, at the most 3? chances are most of those will come off set plays, instead of open play.

    And the fact that we havent done jack against pisspoor asian B and C level teams on setplays is extremely worrying.

    Do we not have tall and bulky guys to be the target of these balls? Yes we do: kanaani, shoja, ezatollahi, azmoun, Taremi, Karim, even Sayadmanesh (and hopefully soon , Zahedi).
    so no excuses there.
    Do we not have players who can send accurate balls to pre-determined zones? Yes, we do: Ghoddos, JB, Gholi, ...

    so we do have all the tools and elements needed.

    The only missing link here is the team doesnt practice this enough or doesnt have at least 3-4 different routines to implement this.
    This is simply UNFORGIVABLE for a team heading to the WC.



    Some say the squad gets together for a few days only and needs time to run these routines enough number of times so it becomes engraved in our players' minds.
    To an extent I agree.
    But In the past few months we have had enough time to work out at least a couple of routines.


    If there's something I seriously worry about this team, it is this wastfulness
    It is just a priority. With one or two practices before each game, it must be difficult to spend too much time on set pieces. But yesterday, there was a trick play that they almost pulled off. Amiri stood next to corner taker as if it was going to be passed to Amiri. However, the ball is passed to the top of the box. Amiri starts running toward goal and the guy at top of the box one-touches it back to Amiri. The pass to Amiri was a little too strong and Amiri could not get to it, but a sweet idea. I bet they just talked about that play and never practiced it. Hard to practice in hotel lobby!!! They really need one of those 4 week camps before WC.

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    Good game overall:

    Ezzi is essential to this team. He is just too dominating at this level. Seems to have shed a few pounds. Once again controlled the midfiled and won nearly all challenges. but the coaching staff needs to find a backup, because shit happens.

    Amiri had an outstanding game again. Was everywhere.

    Gholi, despite his late goal was disappointing.

    Noorafkan was a bit wobbly. All of defense was getting a bit complacent sitting behind Ezzi.

    Abedzadeh was solid, but not really tested. Somehow he inspires more confidence than Beiro.

    Azmun changed the tone of the game with his goal. Solid first, second touches and cool finish.

    We are still missing a solid playmaker AM. Salmani could be that guy. He needs to get more chances to show what he can do at this level.

    Like to see more of Allahyar, Ghaedi, Saman, Salmani.

    Special credit to Hajsaifi for not hitting the stadium clock with his penalty. Actually a solid take.
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    Abedz - 7 - nicely weighted passes, displayed confidence, good job on the crosses
    Moharrami - 5 - His runs are mistimed, and he completely fell asleep again - will be punished against better opponents. He should have learned after what happened last game.
    KHalilzadeh - 5 - lots of mistakes and poor passes, but apparently he was playing with an injury. I know you guys want Hosseini to be tested out but he doesn't compliment Kanaani well. Hosseini and Kanaani are both really good physical defenders who aren't very fast. PAG is the natural replacement for Khalilzadeh. Hope we can find a really solid CB soon.
    Kanaani - 7 - great in the air, shame he isn't more athletic.
    Noorafkan - 6 - (7 going forward, 5 on defense) - he doesn't have defensive ability unfortunately. Really need MOhammadi to regain form.
    Ezatollahi - 8 - Really really good in the first 60 minutes and then got tired. He protects our defense really well when he's in shape. Great distribution and calm.
    Amiri - 8.5 (MOTM) - everyone has said what you can. Complete package.
    Hajisafi - 5 - Not good enough. Yeah he scored a penalty but he doesn't have it anymore.
    Gholizadeh - 6 - The field didn't help him at all, but he has to be more incisive and make better touches. Great goal though.
    Nourollahi - 7 - though it was the normal game from him. I don't think he's as good or as as bad as some make him out to be. He's pretty much the same every game.
    Azmoun - 7 - would grade him lower if he hadn't scored. Missed a sitter. Enjoyed his defensive contribution and playmaking too.

    Sayyadmanesh - 6.5 - not bad, not great.

    Rest of subs - not on long enough to grade.

    Skocic: 6/10 - the system was right, but he selected the wrong players for it. It was a disappointing lineup for me but we won 3-0.

    I actually think we didn't play that great (even compared to the Lebanon game), but somehow we could have also scored a lot more goal. It was a very uneven game in that sense.

    I also can't emphasize enough that the fields in Lebanon and Jordan were both really bad and not helpful to our more technical players.

    Let's hope for a confident and emphatic qualification in front our fans (male and female) in Azadi stadium in January.

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