SIGNED Saman Ghoddos from Amiens SC (1 Viewer)

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Please, I offer you to witness the crazy football nation that Iran is with the number of replies and new followers on Brentford's Instagram page. from now on I guess you will mostly see Iranians bombarding Instagram haha! Carlos Queiroz is one of the great coaches that witnessed it and according to him, he's never seen such passion for football anywhere else. Our national stadium gets over 100K attendance every time our national team plays.
Mr Benham, I am sorry to have to say this but... well.... we're going to need to move to a bigger stadium.
 

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Why would you think I am talking about MB, wouldn't dream of it, all I was saying is that if ever a loan is suggested everyone on
here (not MB) seems to jump on it saying we don't do loans that's all.
Didn't mention you, was probably talking about the same band wagon jumpers you were?
 

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I wonder how much we've paid for him? All seems to be very hush hush but I'm assuming it's significantly less than the reported £7m we were willing to pay last year
It's in post #680 above.
 

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Apologies if this has been done before, but how is his name pronounced? Does it rhyme with boss, rose or slow? I expect the Gh is one of those sounds that English speakers never get right!
 

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A good explanation of all the money shenanigans here:



Ghoddos ready for Brentford - as much is reported ÖFK gets after the transition

Saman Ghoddos has left Amiens for Brentford. It looks to give Östersunds FK around SEK 2.4 million.

Former Östersund FK striker Saman Ghoddos, 27, on Monday left French second-league side Amiens to play for English second-league side Brentford. Ghoddos has signed a one-year loan deal and the transfer could become permanent with a two-year deal with the English Championship club.

According to The French newspaper L'Equipe, Amiens receives EUR 5 million, just over SEK 52 million from Brentford for the loan and purchase, which thus looks to give ÖFK money.

L'Equipe stated, when Amiens bought Ghoddos from ÖFK, that ÖFK received a resale clause of 20%, which is usually deducted from the winning amount of the selling team at a later stage. At the same time, the transfer fee, for Ghoddo's move from ÖFK to Amiens, also landed at SEK 40 million, and thus ÖFK can possibly count in around SEK 2.4 million in the future for Monday's transfer.

- We do not comment on contracts that we have with players and any resale clauses. It's the same this time," ÖFK's press officer Niclas Lidström told The Football Channel.

However, the money is said to be important for the all-Swedish table nine.

ÖFK already has a strained economy and may also be forced to inject money in the future regarding the "Ghoddos case" before the sports court, Cas. In the past, the club has, among other things, agreed to set aside ten million kronor, in its budget, for it.

Last year, the football channel revealed that Fifa had chosen to suspend Ghoddos from all games for four months and that ÖFK would be banned from signing players during two transfer windows. At the same time, a fine was added to spanish team Huesca of four million euros, just over 40 million kronor. Ghoddos is on the fine, but ÖFK may have to pay some of as well. The reason the case is with Cas is that Ghoddos violated an agreement with Huesca and instead signed for Amiens despite the fact that the existing agreement should have existed.

Fifa handed down the first ruling, and then Ghoddos chose to appeal the fine, but not the suspension. ÖFK, in turn, chose to appeal against the judgment on the fine and the transfer ban, which led to the case being passed on to Cas.

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really confused about how he isn't quarantining, can anyone explain?
 

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really confused about how he isn't quarantining, can anyone explain?
I guess he has been tested . Maybe in france and he was probably tested again in the uk when he got here and will get tested again with everybody when they do do there normale run of testing . I don't think Bale has had to quarantined at spurs ether.
 

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I guess he has been tested . Maybe in france and he was probably tested again in the uk when he got here and will get tested again with everybody when they do do there normale run of testing . I don't think Bale has had to quarantined at spurs ether.
Sorry this is perhaps my ignorance - rules keep changing all the time so it is inevitably difficult to keep up. My understanding was that even if you have a test that comes back negative, if you travel back from a country where there are restrictions in place, then you need to complete the 14 days quarantine. Surely if test exceptions applied, travel companies would be all over that!
 

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Sorry this is perhaps my ignorance - rules keep changing all the time so it is inevitably difficult to keep up. My understanding was that even if you have a test that comes back negative, if you travel back from a country where there are restrictions in place, then you need to complete the 14 days quarantine. Surely if test exceptions applied, travel companies would be all over that!
Who knows? As long as he came via Perugia I think he is OK.
 

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Sorry this is perhaps my ignorance - rules keep changing all the time so it is inevitably difficult to keep up. My understanding was that even if you have a test that comes back negative, if you travel back from a country where there are restrictions in place, then you need to complete the 14 days quarantine. Surely if test exceptions applied, travel companies would be all over that!
Exceptions are in place for elite athletes who travel from one bubble to another with the appropriate testing in place in each bubble.
 

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Exceptions are in place for elite athletes who travel from one bubble to another with the appropriate testing in place in each bubble.
That's not how I read it. Not sure if he would count as an International or Domestic Elite Sportsman, but it seems that International ones can train and compete whilst self-isolating.

If either case the FA would have had to sanction the need for quarantine.

International elite sportspersons
Applies to:

International elite sportspersons and essential support staff participating in a UK elite sports event listed in the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) Regulations 2020 (as amended).

You will need to complete the passenger locator form before you travel to the UK.

You’ll need to self-isolate for the remainder of the 14 days since you were last in a non-exempt country. You can leave your accommodation to travel directly to and attend the listed elite sports event you are participating in with other elite sports persons and essential support staff. Travelling between multiple venue locations for the sports event or training is also permitted.

You’ll need to show written evidence from a United Kingdom or English national governing body for your sport of your status as an international elite sportsperson or essential support staff attending the specified event.

Domestic elite sportspersons
Applies to:

Domestic elite sportspersons and essential support staff returning from non-exempt countries to continue their competition or training in England.

You will need to complete the passenger locator form before you travel to the UK.

You will not need to self-isolate, but you should observe the Stages One to Four elite sport guidance framework as published by the UK government.

You should provide written evidence from a United Kingdom or English national governing body for your sport confirming both your status as an elite sportsperson who has travelled to a non-exempt country or territory to participate in an elite sports event, and that you will be continuing those activities on your return.
 

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Please, I offer you to witness the crazy football nation that Iran is with the number of replies and new followers on Brentford's Instagram page. from now on I guess you will mostly see Iranians bombarding Instagram haha! Carlos Queiroz is one of the great coaches that witnessed it and according to him, he's never seen such passion for football anywhere else. Our national stadium gets over 100K attendance every time our national team plays.
I just hope Iranians don’t do what the Algerians do/did with Benrahma and flood our social media pages with either demands that Ghoddos leave us immediately for a Premier League club, or that he plays every single game and is by far the best player ever to play for Brentford. If they do, they can f*ck off (y)

I went to a Persepolis vs Abumoslem game in the Iranian Premier League at the Azadi Stadium in Tehran in 2009. Huge stadium and a massive crowd.
 

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That's not how I read it. Not sure if he would count as an International or Domestic Elite Sportsman, but it seems that International ones can train and compete whilst self-isolating.

If either case the FA would have had to sanction the need for quarantine.

International elite sportspersons
Applies to:

International elite sportspersons and essential support staff participating in a UK elite sports event listed in the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) Regulations 2020 (as amended).

You will need to complete the passenger locator form before you travel to the UK.

You’ll need to self-isolate for the remainder of the 14 days since you were last in a non-exempt country. You can leave your accommodation to travel directly to and attend the listed elite sports event you are participating in with other elite sports persons and essential support staff. Travelling between multiple venue locations for the sports event or training is also permitted.

You’ll need to show written evidence from a United Kingdom or English national governing body for your sport of your status as an international elite sportsperson or essential support staff attending the specified event.
He’s covered by the bit in bold and italics above.
 

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He’s covered by the bit in bold and italics above.
Er....not sure. I suspect "International Elite Sportspersons" is for (e.g.) visiting European Cup teams. Likewise "Domestic Elite Sportspersons" is for (e.g.) Liverpool when they play away in Europe.

There doesn't appear to be a exemption that Ghoddos (or Bale for that matter) can be clearly applied to.
 

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I just hope Iranians don’t do what the Algerians do/did with Benrahma and flood our social media pages with either demands that Ghoddos leave us immediately for a Premier League club, or that he plays every single game and is by far the best player ever to play for Brentford. If they do, they can f*ck off (y)

I went to a Persepolis vs Abumoslem game in the Iranian Premier League at the Azadi Stadium in Tehran in 2009. Huge stadium and a massive crowd.
Don't read Instagram then lol hundreds of 'extra' comments to the signing announcement from citizens of a certain country...
 

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Apologies if this has been done before, but how is his name pronounced? Does it rhyme with boss, rose or slow? I expect the Gh is one of those sounds that English speakers never get right!
TV commentators will get in wrong anyway, they still can't get Sergi right, repeatedly keep calling him CANIOS!!
 

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Interesting that he was training with Pontus this summer...given the no lockdown restrictions in Sweden.

But yes comes across very well, says both he and Pontus come from a city where you have a bit of a 'cocky mentality'. Think that's not a bad thing.
 
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