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    Quote Originally Posted by Buran View Post
    You can find the complete U19 Iran-USA game on Fiba's website.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoeAdW2Dhzg#t=680
    http://www.fiba.com/world/u19/2015
    Did Mashhon announce he will most probably cancel Pavicevic's contract?Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEIFEI View Post
    Did Mashhon announce he will most probably cancel Pavicevic's contract?Really?
    Yep. He already cancelled the contract. They are looking for another foreign coach.

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    per rumors, IBF will announce Mehran Shahintab as the new head coach tomorrow !

    probably the best possible decision, it wasn't a good idea to sign a foreign coach in such a short time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsena2631 View Post
    per rumors, IBF will announce Mehran Shahintab as the new head coach tomorrow !

    probably the best possible decision, it wasn't a good idea to sign a foreign coach in such a short time.
    Read it somewhere that they were supposed to announce the head coach on Monday, that didn't happen.
    It would be interesting to see how they'll perform with a native coach. Most of them are also familiar with him, which is a plus. Hope this doesn't sidetrack the team that much

    Also, I watched a bit of Iran-Serbia U19 world cup game today. They were undersized and gave away a lot of second chance baskets to Serbia and didn't have a clear plan on offense, the only competitive player who stood-out on that squad was Yousefvand, he might even be able to make it to the national team as a reserve to gain some more experience and exposure. I think he would benefit from becoming a PF rather than a position 5 player, he's very dynamic, is an okay shooter and has better ball-handling skills than your average C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buran View Post
    Read it somewhere that they were supposed to announce the head coach on Monday, that didn't happen.
    It would be interesting to see how they'll perform with a native coach. Most of them are also familiar with him, which is a plus. Hope this doesn't sidetrack the team that much

    Also, I watched a bit of Iran-Serbia U19 world cup game today. They were undersized and gave away a lot of second chance baskets to Serbia and didn't have a clear plan on offense, the only competitive player who stood-out on that squad was Yousefvand, he might even be able to make it to the national team as a reserve to gain some more experience and exposure. I think he would benefit from becoming a PF rather than a position 5 player, he's very dynamic, is an okay shooter and has better ball-handling skills than your average C.
    This turned out to be a fake news ! Shahintab himself denied it, another name came up in Iranian websites, this one looks serious. Dirk Bauermann. former Germany NT and Poland NT coach with Shahintab as his assistant.

    well, our basketball is in terrible situation right now (thanks to sport ministry for leaving the federation without president for months) and these kind of interviews don't help at all. Kamrani made a lot of problems for himself with that interview. even though he had some valid points. you can easily see our players don't like to work with Ex-Yugo coaches. it was a good idea to go after a western coach IMO.

    Yousefvand is indeed talented, I also like to see him in senior team this year. Kardoust and Arghavan never could help the NT that much, so it's better to give that chance to Yousefvand.

    I was thinking about the possible final 12 roster
    PG: Kamrani, Davoudi, Mashayekhi
    SG: Yakhchali, Afagh
    SF: Nikkhah, Jamshidi
    PF: Zangeneh, Sahakian, Kazemi
    C: Haddadi, Yousefvand

    if they don't want Arsalan because of what happened last year or he doesn't want to play for the NT, I think it's better to have another big guy (probably Kardoust)
    Davarpanah is my 13th man, he played better than ever this year in Mahram, and I won't complain if they pick him even over Jamshidi. Davarpanah and Zangeneh were probably best players of the SuperLeague, Zangeneh improved a lot, that's why I named him even before Sahakian. he was more effective than Sahakian for Mahram this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsena2631 View Post
    This turned out to be a fake news ! Shahintab himself denied it, another name came up in Iranian websites, this one looks serious. Dirk Bauermann. former Germany NT and Poland NT coach with Shahintab as his assistant.

    well, our basketball is in terrible situation right now (thanks to sport ministry for leaving the federation without president for months) and these kind of interviews don't help at all. Kamrani made a lot of problems for himself with that interview. even though he had some valid points. you can easily see our players don't like to work with Ex-Yugo coaches. it was a good idea to go after a western coach IMO.

    Yousefvand is indeed talented, I also like to see him in senior team this year. Kardoust and Arghavan never could help the NT that much, so it's better to give that chance to Yousefvand.

    I was thinking about the possible final 12 roster
    PG: Kamrani, Davoudi, Mashayekhi
    SG: Yakhchali, Afagh
    SF: Nikkhah, Jamshidi
    PF: Zangeneh, Sahakian, Kazemi
    C: Haddadi, Yousefvand

    if they don't want Arsalan because of what happened last year or he doesn't want to play for the NT, I think it's better to have another big guy (probably Kardoust)
    Davarpanah is my 13th man, he played better than ever this year in Mahram, and I won't complain if they pick him even over Jamshidi. Davarpanah and Zangeneh were probably best players of the SuperLeague, Zangeneh improved a lot, that's why I named him even before Sahakian. he was more effective than Sahakian for Mahram this year.
    I read somewhere last year that Kazemi had problems playing alongside Bahrami. Is this true? And why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by interxavierxxx View Post
    I read somewhere last year that Kazemi had problems playing alongside Bahrami. Is this true? And why?
    This is not a secret they don't like each other, I can't remember when it started, probably during 2011 Asian Championship. they both have their own ego. the fact Kazemi just joined the team few days before the competition and went to the starting lineup was something some players didn't like.

    Kazemi's main problem last year was with Becirovic. he told Kazemi to play as a center, Kazemi said no and Becirovic benched him in last 2-3 matches at the World Cup and didn't even pick him for the Asian Games. now Becirovic is gone but still Kazemi made some enemies for himself by his interviews after the World Cup.

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    With the problems facing iran team, how do you like your chances this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsena2631 View Post
    This turned out to be a fake news ! Shahintab himself denied it, another name came up in Iranian websites, this one looks serious. Dirk Bauermann. former Germany NT and Poland NT coach with Shahintab as his assistant.

    well, our basketball is in terrible situation right now (thanks to sport ministry for leaving the federation without president for months) and these kind of interviews don't help at all. Kamrani made a lot of problems for himself with that interview. even though he had some valid points. you can easily see our players don't like to work with Ex-Yugo coaches. it was a good idea to go after a western coach IMO.

    Yousefvand is indeed talented, I also like to see him in senior team this year. Kardoust and Arghavan never could help the NT that much, so it's better to give that chance to Yousefvand.

    I was thinking about the possible final 12 roster
    PG: Kamrani, Davoudi, Mashayekhi
    SG: Yakhchali, Afagh
    SF: Nikkhah, Jamshidi
    PF: Zangeneh, Sahakian, Kazemi
    C: Haddadi, Yousefvand

    if they don't want Arsalan because of what happened last year or he doesn't want to play for the NT, I think it's better to have another big guy (probably Kardoust)
    Davarpanah is my 13th man, he played better than ever this year in Mahram, and I won't complain if they pick him even over Jamshidi. Davarpanah and Zangeneh were probably best players of the SuperLeague, Zangeneh improved a lot, that's why I named him even before Sahakian. he was more effective than Sahakian for Mahram this year.
    It would be great if Dirk Bauermann becomes the head coach. At least on paper he has a much better resume than former coaches (being the head coach of the German National team/Nowitzki for 9 years and grabbing EuroBasket silver is something!). He will most likely also have a different approach and philosophy than the ex-Yugo coaches, which will be welcomed.
    Hopefully with him they could hit the reset button and bring all the players back together. Picking the final 12 players is a though task...

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    Changed my stance.. it will be a two way fight for the gold if Coack Dick can fix iranian team.. Need to have a Blatche stopper imo..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Dirk Bauermann is the teacher of our NT assistant coach Yannis-Christopoulos.

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    Its official now. Bauermann signed his contract as the new coach of Iran

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    Nice, polite person, but not impressive as a coach lately. All his titles came with German clubs and NT 10-20 years back, when moved outside - mostly fails: Lithuanian club Rytas, Poland NT. Looks like he fails to catch up with time and having problems especially to set defensive schemes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindozas View Post
    Nice, polite person, but not impressive as a coach lately. All his titles came with German clubs and NT 10-20 years back, when moved outside - mostly fails: Lithuanian club Rytas, Poland NT. Looks like he fails to catch up with time and having problems especially to set defensive schemes
    But he is better than Jonas Kazlauskas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCalebb2015 View Post
    But he is better than Jonas Kazlauskas.
    Better looking?


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    Bauermann called up 28 players for FIBA Asia Championship

    1. Samad Nikkhah Bahrami
    2. Hamed Haddadi
    3. Mehdi Kamrani
    4. Hamed Afagh
    5. Oshin Sahakian
    6. Javad Davari
    7. Aren Davoudi
    8. Asghar Kardoust
    9. Arsalan Kazemi
    10. Rouzbeh Arghavan
    11. Mohammad Jamshidi
    12. Saeid Davarpanah
    13. Farid Aslani
    14. Arman Zangeneh
    15. Sajjad Mashayekhi
    16. Behnam Yakhchali
    17. Hamed Hosseinzadeh
    18. Meisam Mirzaei
    19. Mohammad Hassanzadeh
    20. Mohammad Ojaghi
    21. Rasoul Mozaffari
    22. Vahid Dalirzahan
    23. Mohammad Yousefvand
    24. Saleh Foroutan
    25. Mohammad Torabi
    26. Jonas Lalehzadeh
    27. Farbod Farman
    28. Soren Derboghosian

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    Lol Kardoust is above Kazemmi in nt billing?..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Any idea about Amir Sedighi's absence ?

    He is a young and promising player who fits international basketball size requirements on post 3, who have shown already great potential.

    Also do you believe that Derboghosian has a credible chance to be Haddadi's backup along Yousefvand instead of usuals Kardoust and Arghavan ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsena2631 View Post
    Bauermann called up 28 players for FIBA Asia Championship

    1. Samad Nikkhah Bahrami
    2. Hamed Haddadi
    3. Mehdi Kamrani
    4. Hamed Afagh
    5. Oshin Sahakian
    6. Javad Davari
    7. Aren Davoudi
    8. Asghar Kardoust
    9. Arsalan Kazemi
    10. Rouzbeh Arghavan
    11. Mohammad Jamshidi
    12. Saeid Davarpanah
    13. Farid Aslani
    14. Arman Zangeneh
    15. Sajjad Mashayekhi
    16. Behnam Yakhchali
    17. Hamed Hosseinzadeh
    18. Meisam Mirzaei
    19. Mohammad Hassanzadeh
    20. Mohammad Ojaghi
    21. Rasoul Mozaffari
    22. Vahid Dalirzahan
    23. Mohammad Yousefvand
    24. Saleh Foroutan
    25. Mohammad Torabi
    26. Jonas Lalehzadeh
    27. Farbod Farman
    28. Soren Derboghosian
    I thought Javad Davari decided to retire from Team Melli last year, looks like he has had a change of heart. good to see him back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    Lol Kardoust is above Kazemmi in nt billing?..
    I took the order from IBF official website, I think they list players based on their years in national team ! at least something like that. players from the same club are also usually listed after each other.

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