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    Quote Originally Posted by khodam View Post
    Excellent analysis. All goes scored against Iran are almost identical. Defensive mistake with pretty weak goal keeping.
    And yet, the coach refuses to even acknowledge the need for warnings and criticism ... when he actually should be worried and raking his head to come up with solutions for this repeating problem.

    I did say the first step in correction of a problem is to actually acknowledge its existence. If we don't and if we stubbornly deny it, no wonder it keeps on happening again and again and again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor DOOM View Post
    And yet, the coach refuses to even acknowledge the need for warnings and criticism ... when he actually should be worried and raking his head to come up with solutions for this repeating problem.

    I did say the first step in correction of a problem is to actually acknowledge its existence. If we don't and if we stubbornly deny it, no wonder it keeps on happening again and again and again!!

    Be sure that this issue has been acknowledged. However CQ + staff solution is most likely not "OK, players X and Y have this weakness, they are now cut". Its probably more along the lines of, "Hey, this area of your game could use some polishing. Lets work together and strengthen this aspect so you come out stronger than before"

    That takes a bit more time, patience, and work. Cutting and benching is the easy solution, especially for players who have a lot to offer.

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    Very risky lineup. I am not sure how he will use Ghafoori & Rezaeian as they are not the best choice for Christmas tree formation.
    I have my serious doubt if this will work.

    علیرضا حقیقی، وریا غفوری، پژمان منتظری، احسان حاجصفی، سید جلال حسینی، امید ابراهیمی، سعید عزتاللهی، رامین رضائیان، اشکان دژاگه، وحید امیری و سردار آزمون

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    he match is scheduled to kick off at 5 p.m. (10:30 p.m. Japan time) on Tuesday 13 at Azadi Stadium.

    SAMURAI BLUE tune up for Iran clash

    Forward HONDA Keisuke (AC Milan) said, "My impression on Iran is they’ve got physical intensity. It's a training match, but we must win it. That applies to the opponents as well. It's going to be very tough, but young players also understand its meaning.”
    The practice session of the day was open to public, as the local Japanese association visited the site with their family and watched players' moves from the grandstands with keen interest.





    Players' Comments

    FW USAMI Takashi (Gamba Osaka)
    As well as letting my teammates make use of me in combination, I need to work with them well and make use of them. As creating more of such situations, I need to show my own distinctive plays like individual dribbling, and I felt in the Syria match it's important to use such options at the right time.

    (Speaking of the penalty Okazaki gained) You've got to not only keep it in mind to get a foul but also increase the number of plays to get into the penalty box. Intelligence is also important. I'm working hard to get a starting spot for the Iran match, and I think everyone needs to have such mindset.
    DF SHIOTANI Tsukasa (Sanfrecce Hiroshima)
    We have been practising since we got in Oman, and there is no problem with the condition. I haven't seen video footage of Iranian matches, but I heard they are really strong. I want to play against them on the pitch. I'm always mentally ready to play at the right back position.

    I don't know who I play with, but I'm trying to play well with any player. I think my teammates understand my strength. I still need to claim what I want and I want to listen to my teammates' opinions as well. When attacking, I hopefully leave something on it such as shooting.
    FW HONDA Keisuke (AC Milan/Italy)
    In the Iran match, I'm not sure how much we can improve what we got as homework last time. But even in this short period of preparation time, I believe we can prepare some parts in terms of playing with teammates being closer. For example improving accuracy in detail and setting up a right distance.

    Considering we had some gap in our game plan because Syria unexpectedly came forward in the first half, we will get ready for either way the opponents put pressure on us or they do not. And we never repeat that error. We've got a picture in our head putting pressure right after giving the ball away, but how well we can actually embody that on the pitch is the key.


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    Interesting to read that the players have not seen any games of iran, just heard that they are strong. Wonder if that is normal? or they are underestimating iran. Also interesting that in the video there was a lot of basic skills drills.

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    They're here to beat us and claim their spot in the ranking.

    Today's match is gonna be one hell of a showdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omids View Post
    Interesting to read that the players have not seen any games of iran, just heard that they are strong. Wonder if that is normal? or they are underestimating iran. Also interesting that in the video there was a lot of basic skills drills.
    Its probably mind games.

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    I just listened to the CQ interview from yesterday's navad and I must say every time he speaks after a game and a suspicious performance, he sounds more like a snake oil salesman than a sporting coach. He is very slippery in his answering questions and knows what to say to dodge or distract. And the times he can't dodge, he straightaway blames others!

    Often he's contradictory also. Like when he wants a quality league that can feed his team, but sees absolutely no problem with suspending the said league for an entire MONTH so we meet Asia's third and fourth tier teams!!!
    I don't think he's that confused mentally. So maybe he's just trying to distract and dodge the blame for sub par performances.

    Or that he blames Oman's weather (37 degree C is nothing abnormal in Tehran and we're quite familiar with this) for the bad performance.


    Then he wants to overstretch some plus points. Ok we had a good game against Argentina. But that was so long ago and we still lost. Till when are we going to excuse lousy games and poor performances against pies poor teams in Asia, using that particular game?

    And if he thinks we played ''well'' against Iraq, then he ought to have a reality check. Yes, Pouladi screwed up. But we had so many mistakes in our game that are unforgivable. And since when are we supposed to excuse crappy performances against teams we normally should steamroll by quoting other games we lost?

    Na agha. We don't buy your snake oil. We'd rather see you earn your keep through improvement and progress in quality of football

    I just wish he'd concentrate on his job and focus on improving our quality more seriously

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    ^ well, last time I checked, we qualified for the Worldcup and today we are still in first place with home games coming up. If that's the work of an snake oil salesman, then we need to have one hired for every team in the IPL and U-17, U-19 and U-23 teams.

    also, just to have the correct facts, the humidity in Oman was 56%. The humidity in Tehran today is 18%. Big difference, and as someone who comes from the southern region of Iran, you should know that

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    Quote Originally Posted by St_Mark View Post
    he match is scheduled to kick off at 5 p.m. (10:30 p.m. Japan time) on Tuesday 13 at Azadi Stadium.

    SAMURAI BLUE tune up for Iran clash

    Forward HONDA Keisuke (AC Milan) said, "My impression on Iran is they’ve got physical intensity. It's a training match, but we must win it. That applies to the opponents as well. It's going to be very tough, but young players also understand its meaning.”
    The practice session of the day was open to public, as the local Japanese association visited the site with their family and watched players' moves from the grandstands with keen interest.





    Players' Comments

    FW USAMI Takashi (Gamba Osaka)
    As well as letting my teammates make use of me in combination, I need to work with them well and make use of them. As creating more of such situations, I need to show my own distinctive plays like individual dribbling, and I felt in the Syria match it's important to use such options at the right time.

    (Speaking of the penalty Okazaki gained) You've got to not only keep it in mind to get a foul but also increase the number of plays to get into the penalty box. Intelligence is also important. I'm working hard to get a starting spot for the Iran match, and I think everyone needs to have such mindset.
    DF SHIOTANI Tsukasa (Sanfrecce Hiroshima)
    We have been practising since we got in Oman, and there is no problem with the condition. I haven't seen video footage of Iranian matches, but I heard they are really strong. I want to play against them on the pitch. I'm always mentally ready to play at the right back position.

    I don't know who I play with, but I'm trying to play well with any player. I think my teammates understand my strength. I still need to claim what I want and I want to listen to my teammates' opinions as well. When attacking, I hopefully leave something on it such as shooting.
    FW HONDA Keisuke (AC Milan/Italy)
    In the Iran match, I'm not sure how much we can improve what we got as homework last time. But even in this short period of preparation time, I believe we can prepare some parts in terms of playing with teammates being closer. For example improving accuracy in detail and setting up a right distance.

    Considering we had some gap in our game plan because Syria unexpectedly came forward in the first half, we will get ready for either way the opponents put pressure on us or they do not. And we never repeat that error. We've got a picture in our head putting pressure right after giving the ball away, but how well we can actually embody that on the pitch is the key.


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    Your reckless disregard for the most basic grammatical rules is concerning and frightening. Its " The match...." and not " He match".....

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