Persepolis officials lack honesty towards the national team

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Persepolis officials lack honesty towards the national team

Persepolis accuses the national team officials of lacking honesty.

Following the dispute between Persepolis’ doctors and the national team with the exchange of statements regarding Alireza Beiranvand’s injury, this time Persepolis has also accused the national team’s coaching staff of dishonesty.

Persepolis claims that they initially determined that Beiranvand was not injured upon entering the camp, but now they refer to an old injury, which is fundamentally wrong. They showed a ligament tear in Beiranvand’s wrist on the third of Farvardin, but with the decision of the medical and coaching staff of the national team, he went to Turkmenistan and participated in all training sessions.

Persepolis emphasizes in its statements that if instead of unnecessary presence in Ashgabat, at that time they were immobilizing their goalkeeper’s wrist, in the coming days they could have sent him to the field.

The defender of the Persian Gulf Pro League champions stated that Persepolis and its fans are paying a great price due to the lack of transparency and honesty of the national team officials, and it is expected that in the future, there will be more honesty and professionalism.


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