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Discussion in 'Iran' started by Afshin, May 2, 2006.
Saba gearing up for Al Gharafa.
Foolad's Iraqi striker, Emad Reza, leaves the club. This is too bad because he was the best striker foolad had. It will be tough for them without him.
Saba won 4:1 and guess who scored a double!
Saba are now at the top of Group C with 10 points.
Foolad crash and burn in Kuwait
This is a direct result of a poor and inadequate professional football infrastructure. The club's management is one of the most competent in IPL, but they had their budget cut by almost 40% this year! 40%!!!
Iranian clubs do NOT make profit and can not survive on their own. So most of them are actually subsidized by government owned industry (e.g. kArkhAneh-yeh Foolad). The government cuts the company budget and guess whose budget gets cut first?
In most countries TV revenue makes most of the money for Clubs. In Iran TV give the Clubs exactly ZERO for broadcasting their games!!
Post game comments by Saba coach Mohammad Hossein Ziaei
Tsk tsk tsk, Afshin you made this thread way too late, too bad you wont need it any more. Saba is playing its last game in 2 weeks.
hee, hee, hee! Here is my prediction:
Saba 4 - Al Karama 1
You guys came soooooooo close! Don't worry, there is always next year!
lol, But before anything starts, you ALL know that I am the biggest non-Iranian Iran supporter, so if Saba do the impossible and knock Karama out, then Saba is going to be my team. But my real prediction 2-1 to Karama.
Much love fellaz.
That's alright! You are cool even if you don't support Iranian teams I like Syria because amongst all the Arab footballing nations, Syrians have always played Iran fare and square. They have never used that stupid rolling on the grass time wasting tactic and I solute them for that, something that I will never do for for Bahrin!