afshin ghotbi!

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  1. doooodooool

    doooodooool New Member

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    i vote for ghotbi..hes a student of hiddink and the best choice we ve got right now!
    he seems more professional in his coaching then the other options!
    whats you wiew?


  2. RickChelsea

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    I watched a program on aussie tv about Ghotbi he looks like he has the credentials and would be a good manager. he even said he considered managing in the a-league at one point and hasn't ruled it out as of yet.

    So i say Ghotbi as well
  3. V.I.P.ersian

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    Realistically, I think we should try to keep Rutemoller and give him the head coach position. His resume is pretty outstanding.

    Ghotbi is a decent candidate but only because he is familiar with S.Korean/Asian football. He's certainly not an established, experienced coach like Rutemoller, but in the short-run he can be useful.

    However, I think we shouldn't exaggerate Ghotbi's knowledge of S.Korea. After all; Ghotbi didn't work with their current coach, so he knows very little aside from some knowledge of their players (which BigSoccer members possess as well :)).

    Ideally and remaining realistic, I would be very satisfied to have Rutemoller as head coach and Ghotbi as his right-hand man (#1 assistant).

    It would be a grave mistake to sign Mayeli Kohan, who unfortunately appears to be the top-choice right now :(.
  4. OPSK

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    ghotbi worked as video analyst during WC2002. Originally Korea also considered him as successor to Pim but somehow ruled out due to "domestic" coach policy. Ghotbi i think would be a great choice, because of his knowledge and keen observation etc.

    Whether he becomes manager or not, I think IFF should ask him for help as analyist or some sort. He'll boost teams performance for sure.

    I think Korea made mistake not getting him after Pim left.


  5. !Bob

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    Mayeli Kohan or Ghotbi would be a mistake. Iran will probably not qualify under either, but worse, if Iran do qualify under either, they will get walked over in the WC.

    Troussier is a whole different story.
  6. doooodooool

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    guys..sven goran ericcson is available..why cant iff hire him?
    we sure can afford him if mexico can!
    what you think about this idea?
  7. persianfootball

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    sven sucks. and would not come to iran anyways.
  8. gtmachi

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    afshin was my youth soccer coach for years. I can't believe hes gotten to this level.
  9. !Bob

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    Well, Troussier is out now. Apparently making too many demands and looks likely to be picked up by Iraq. Since Denizli is highly unlikely, it'll probably be an Iranian at the helm. Ghotbi or Mayeli Kohan.

    But then again, last time there were 30 or so candidates and out of nowhere Daei who wasn't a candidate got the job!
  10. doooodooool

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    مايلي**كهن سرمربي تيم ملي فوتبال ايران شد
    خبرگزاري فارس: در پي نشست**هاي مختلف در فدراسيون فوتبال، محمد مايلي كهن به عنوان سرمربي تيم ملي ايران معرفي **شد.

    [​IMG]

    به گزارش خبرگزاري فارس، ساعت 18 امروز جلسه كميته تيم**هاي ملي در محل فدراسيون فوتبال برگزار خواهد شد تا جانشين علي دايي در تيم ملي به طور رسمي معرفي شود.
    به گفته يك منبع آگاه، مسئولان فدراسيون بالاخره براي انتخاب سرمربي به جمع بندي رسيده و محمد مايلي**كهن را برگزيده اند.
    اين تصميم به احتمال فراوان پس از نشست امروز به طور رسمي اعلام خواهد شد.

    hello MK..BYE BYE WORLD CUP..
    BADBAKHT SHODIM...WE RE F*CKED!:(
  11. !Bob

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    At first I thought another bullshit news, but everyone seems to be reporting it. Yep, 9/10 Iran is screwed. Most likely Iran won't qualify. If Iran do and MK is still at the helm, most likely Iran will reeeeally suck in South Africa.
  12. teammellieIRANfan

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    vai vai vai:( I know this is not what people wanna hear, and it's gonna sound like a ********ing bitter cliche: ONLY IN IRAN!
    With three do-or die games left, only in IR, would someone hire a coach who failed to qualify tm to world-cup before, and who hasn't done much good since that time.
    I dont now whether to cry or laugh, OR KILL MYSELF. Because really guys, isn't this Deja vu?

    Hala agar mano mibakshin, mikham beram biron, ye chand daghighe bare khodam basham va gerie konam

    By the time i get back, i want a comforting post...lol:D
  13. doooodooool

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    sorry to say this but we re done!
    as long as we stay silent against the I.R "hamin ash asto hamin kase"!
  14. doooodooool

    doooodooool New Member

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    the positive side of MK:

    6(IRAN)-2(SOUTH KOREA)
    4(IRAN)-1(CHINA)

    he also want jallali as his assistant..thats the only positive things i can come up with...

    i think they chose mk because of his good results agains the west asian teams aka south korea and china:rolleyes:
  15. doooodooool

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    Update: Confusion mounts as Mayelikohan's coaching job chances diminishes

    TEHRAN- IranSportsPress.com: Despite earlier reports of Maylikohan's appointment as Iran's new manager, new reports indicate Maylikohan's final conditions for taking Iran top job were denied by Iran Football Federation and Iran coach selection is postponed to the next day's session.
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    While earlier reports by ISNA and Mehr News confirmed Mohammad Mayelikohan's appointment as the new national team coach, in a statement by Iran Football Federation board member, Fatolahzadeh; "Iran coaching selection has been postponed to IFF's session on Tuesday and will be officially announced by either of Ali Kafashian or Mehdi Taj".

    According to the latest reports from Mehr News, the reason for IFF's change of mind about Maylikohan appointment was due to his further conditions on choosing his own assistant and Iran National team's preparation camps. Iran Football Federation reportedly denied Maylikohan's conditions and proceeds to selection of the remaining two Iranian candidates; Yavari and Ghalenoie.

    Iran will play North Korea on June 6 in Pyongyang.

    The team is fourth in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers in Group Two with six points, behind North and South Korea and Saudi Arabia respectively.

    hahahaha this is becoming a joke:eek:
    now even worse..either yavari or ghalenoie OMFG!

  16. teammellieIRANfan

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    Wait, what about Ghotbi? Isn't he still a candidate?:eek:
  17. V.I.P.ersian

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    No way is Ghalenoei wose than Mayeli Kohan. Yavari, perhaps, but Ghalenoei is a saint compared to Mayeli Kohan.
  18. !Bob

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    I also think having Ghotbi is worse than MK. Problem is that there are about 5 different "groups" pulling this thing in different directions and each of these groups seem to have their own candidates. And for those who think Ghotbi is the saint, poshte oon ham kolofte!!

    Last time a few people were appointed before out of nowhere Daei got the job. And most of those were foreign. So now with all the Iranians being associated to this, maybe Scolari will finally be announced out of nowhere as the coach!!
  19. doooodooool

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    they didnt mention ghotbi..thats weird!
  20. V.I.P.ersian

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    I'm just waiting for the official announcement that Daei has been reinstated :rolleyes:.

    I pray to God that there is still some chance, any chance at all, that Rutemoller will take over as head coach.

    As some have already noted, nothing is certain in Iranian football. Four or five names are typically thrown in the air and then all of a sudden a brand-new name is announced as head coach (remember: nothing is official until the first match is played under the new coach). They play with our emotions.

    It's really unhealthy being an Iranian football fan.
  21. !Bob

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    It has officially been announced. Mayeli Kohan is the new coach!
  22. V.I.P.ersian

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    Yes. It's unofficially official.

    Let's see what happens next in the soap opera that is Iranian football.
  23. doooodooool

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    hahahaha..this is the same guy that couldnt qualify iran-u21 team for the olympics:cool:
    the team that every1 said were the best in asia!:)

    either way good luck tm but im done with this sh**t

    death to I.R AND ITS MONKEYS!
    as long as iff is in charge we will not get anywhere...
    i hope fifa bans tm!
  24. teammellieIRANfan

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    All this cirkus, about all the candidates and bla bla bla. It was just an act. Mayeli Kohan, was probably on their mind the second Daei got fired. There was no discussion about who would get the nod. There was no investigation, as our dear little IFF chief (correction IRs BITCH) Khafesho-ian told us on navad there would be. I'm so frustrated right now.

    Anyway, MK is the manager now, and of course there's nothing we could do about this. So the only choice I have is to support him, and wish he could manage TM to the world cup.
    Good luck Mayeli Kohan! You sure as hell gonna need it!
  25. doooodooool

    doooodooool New Member

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    i support TM because i love my country...not because of their promises beating the remaining 3 teams and getting 9 points!

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