The Portuguese coach of Sepahan team should act like in Saudi Arabia

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The Portuguese coach of Sepahan team should act like in Saudi Arabia

The Portuguese head coach of Sepahan team should act like in Saudi Arabia.

Protests, complaints, and strikes by players and coaches from clubs due to failure to fulfill commitments are among the issues that Iranian football faces every week.

José Morais, the Portuguese head coach of Sepahan team, talks about professional football. He says Iranian football should get used to professional transfer dealings. If a club is looking for a player, they should pay the amount and buy that player.

A former assistant to José Mourinho at Inter Milan and Real Madrid said, ‘You can improve the quality of academies, improve the quality of pitches and live broadcasts. Money should be spent here, and if you think this way, the conditions of your football will improve a lot. See how Saudi Arabia spends on players. Iranian football should also move in this direction.’

The former coach of Al Hilal also mentioned the frequent changes in the game schedule in Iranian football. He, whose team will face Peykan in the nineteenth week, told reporters, ‘Another game will be held with a changed time, but I hope the fans will come.’

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