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IRN M: Marouf persuaded Milad Ebadipour not to go to Europe

by WoV
source: sportowefakty.pl; Photo: fivb.org

One of the most talented players in Iran won’t play abroad in the next season!

Milad

Milad

Two teams were interested to sign him (Kuzbass and one Italian team) but he won’t leave!

We are waiting for compliance because Ebadipour has offers from Russia and Italy! He is closer to continue career in Russia” said recently Andrzey Grzyb.

But, things have changed. He will continue career in Iranian league.

We got the information on Sunday that he will stay in Iran. Marouf persuaded him to play in Iran. He took this decision probably because Olympic games,” says Boleslaw Grzyb, player’s representative. 

Milad Ebadipour has been called up for the international duty, for the Wagner Cup.

 

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Axe July 22, 2015 - 9:56 pm

You don’t go to play outside Iran just to take money, you go there to learn about some other mentalities. And maybe this is the small thing missing to Iranian national team. Maybe some of them should play some years out of Iran against other foreign players so they can play international games on ‘the same level’ and win…

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BlueRedWhite July 22, 2015 - 10:24 pm

I don’t know what to say, even if it’s for the Olympic games, he should plays in better league than Iranian league so Olympic games is not a good excuse at all.

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dee jae July 24, 2015 - 7:14 am

you need knew experience to grow as a player and playing in russian league is a great training and how to focus mentally thats why iran players have this mental game that they relax and they lack of experience

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Parisa July 24, 2015 - 11:33 am

Our own league needs talented players. If they all leave, Iran’s league may face problems. He’d better stay here.

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