Iraq's U20 LB has really impressed through out the competition, i think the kid got some serious potential. yay or nay?
Nope.Is he the one who's 28 years old?
he is a well known player in Iraq and his father and his uncle are well known to the Iraqi and Arab world.チャットキラー;11360145 said:Does he look 19 or 28?
Well, it's silly in any case. I hope he finds a good club and has a good career. All the best to him.
Yes I hope so.チャットキラー;11360217 said:In the last WC Qualifying game, Petrovic played a lot of the youngsters which made up the Iraqi U-20 squad, and they gave Australia a really tough game. So I really hope this generation of Iraqi footballers develop well in the coming years, who knows, maybe in future years they'll put you in a position where you could qualify for the World Cup.
Jeff watch this videoチャットキラー;11360489 said:Mussav, my recollections of this player isn't so good, and I've barely caught any matches at all of this U20 WC, so could you tell me about Ali Adnan and what defines him as a footballer, his strengths, weaknesses - is he especially strong defensively or offensively, is he a well rounded player, what club do you think would be good for him, if he did transition to Europe, what level would be ideal for him, do you think, etc. Perhaps a club like Galatasaray could do with him to tighten up their back line.
well I have this vid its summarizes our journey in the youth world cup (goals + skills + saves)チャットキラー;11360785 said:Fantastic videos, Mussav, thanks very much :thumbsup: Great goal and he shows terrific aggression and boldness to his play in the compilation video, a very confident player with fine skills, but not just skills, good determination, proven by that clearance off the line.
So, this guy was definitely the stand-out for the Iraqi side? But I'm sure there were other players on the team who impressed, after all, the team came so close to making the final.
This would be a drawback. Ali Adnan need to play regularly to give his best. But once again I dont think he would be a starter in Arsenal or Sevilla. So to me Galatasaray would be the excellent choice to start his career in Europe.Ulubatlı Sarp;11360833 said:Unforuntately our stupid football federation has made a ridiculous foreign limit rule "6+0+4" which means we can only field 6 foreigners on the pitch, 0 foreigners on the bench and 4 foreigners can sit on the stands :shakepalm: (Ali Adnan, although his name sounds turkish, would be counted as a foreigner aswell). Obviously he could play in the CL, but a big question mark if he would start every league games.
We already have foreign players like Drogba, Sneijder, Chedjou, Muslera, Eboue and Melo might stay aswell which could leave out Ali Adnan from the squad..
I hope they can make an exception or something with this stupid foreign limit rule and let him play as a "turk", but knowing how backwards, small-minded our football federation is I have lost hope.
Ali Adnan seems like a fine player and we really need a good LB.
I hope to see them in the next World Cup in Russia and I hope they beat USAチャットキラー;11360217 said:In the last WC Qualifying game, Petrovic played a lot of the youngsters which made up the Iraqi U-20 squad, and they gave Australia a really tough game. So I really hope this generation of Iraqi footballers develop well in the coming years, who knows, maybe in future years they'll put you in a position where you could qualify for the World Cup.