Merci. His answers aren't the most clear but I feel a little more inspired than before the interview. The questions were pretty good. I wish they could have discussed Karimi's injury and god forbid if he isn't in shape come world cup. I also wish he would have discussed what he has noticed from Portugal, Mexico, and Angola and our strategies against these teams. All in all very little substance came out of that interview for 59 minutes.
but seriously, he is such a professional and his football knowledge is very high, he knows what he's saying
branko has definately showed he's a better person than what the media says, and what i even liked more is that he respected the media and said that he likes the media and needed this to happen, despite all the unprofessional bashing by the newspapers. what a true gentleman, whether he is the worst or best coach now ive got all the respect for branko
at last we can breath fresh air after seeing branko himself clearly bring out his true opinion and answers. and whether i agree and disagree with him, im glad to see the truth
The younger guy asked very good technical questions in a smart and professional way. The older guy, however, acted like typical uneducated reporters in Iran. Just see what he asked in his very first question.
... I also wish he would have discussed what he has noticed from Portugal, Mexico, and Angola and our strategies against these teams. All in all very little substance came out of that interview for 59 minutes.
I don't think it is wise to reveal our strategies against our oponents in a TV show, and I'm sure both the hosts and Branko were aware of that.
BTW, does anyone know on which channel, and at what times, this program is broadcast? Thanks.