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reza
07-03-2007, 07:33 AM
علي كريمي به تيم فوتبال القطر پيوست.

به گزارش خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران (ايسنا)، پايگاه اينترنتي روزنامه*ي ورزشي كيكر آلمان از پيوستن علي كريمي بازيكن 28 ساله*ي فصل گذشته*ي بايرن مونيخ به باشگاه قطري القطر خبر داد.

به نوشته*ي اين سايت، كريمي دو سال آينده را در اين تيم عربي بازي خواهد كرد.

اين بازيكن در اول ژوئيه*ي سال 2005 راهي بايرن مونيخ شده بود. در پايان فصل جاري رقابت*هاي بوندسليگا قرارداد كريمي به پايان رسيد و باشگاه مونيخي قرارداد او را تمديد نكرد. او سي و سه بار براي بايرن مونيخ در بوندسليگا بازي كرد و در اين بازي*ها سه بار براي قهرمان سنتي باشگاه*هاي آلمان گلزني كرد. چهار پاس گل هم ديگر عملكرد كريمي در بايرن بود. او در ليگ قهرمانان اروپا هم سه بار به ميدان رفت و يك بار دروازه*ي حريفان بايرن را باز كرد.

مبلغ قرارداد كريمي با باشگاه جديدش چهار تا پنج ميليون يورو خواهد بود.

در صورتي كه كريمي با پيشنهادي از باشگاه*هاي اروپايي دريافت كند مي*تواند اين باشگاه عربي را ترك كند.

كلوديو كانيگيا و مارسل دسايي ديگر بازيكنان معروف خارجي اين باشگاه قطري هستند.

انتهاي پيام

reza
07-03-2007, 07:39 AM
علي كريمي پس از امضاي قرارداد با باشگاه القطر از پيوستن به اين تيم قطري ابراز خرسندي كرد.

به گزارش خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران (ايسنا)، علي كريمي ظهر امروز با حضور در ساختمان كميته*ي ملي المپيك قطر قرارداد رسمي خود را با اين تيم قطري به امضا رساند.

پس از امضاي قرارداد علي كريمي در كنفرانس مطبوعاتي كه شيخ جاسم بن حمد بن ناصر آل ثاني، رييس باشگاه القطر و همچنين عبدالعظيم حسن، سرمربي القطر حضور داشتند با ابراز خرسندي از پيوستن به اين تيم گفت: "از بازي در اين باشگاه بسيار خوشحالم. من در بايرن مونيخ بازي*هاي خوبي را انجام دادم. اميدوارم كه در اين باشگاه نيز سطح خوبي از توانايي*هايم را به نمايش بگذارم."

شيخ جاسم نيز درباره*ي قرارداد با علي كريمي گفت: "كريمي در كارنامه*ي خود امتيازهاي خوبي را به ثبت رسانده است و بهترين بازيكن سابق فوتبال آسياست. او جزو مواهب فوتبال قاره*ي كهن است و از وي انتظار داريم كه به همراه سايرين تيم القطر را به مدعيان ليگ كشور تبديل كند."

پس از پايان كنفرانس مطبوعاتي علي كريمي در ورزشگاه سحيم بن حمد حاضر شد و به صورت نمايشي بخشي از توانايي*هاي خود را نشان داد.

Mehdiran
07-03-2007, 11:09 AM
This guy is a mercenary!! Doing everything for money but nothing for his fans! I respect Ali but i will never cheer for him again unless he wears the TM shirt, this guy has not even 1% the gheyrat Andranik and Neku have!!!!!

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Sherwin
07-03-2007, 12:27 PM
This guy is a mercenary!! Doing everything for money but nothing for his fans! I respect Ali but i will never cheer for him again unless he wears the TM shirt, this guy has not even 1% the gheyrat Andranik and Neku have!!!!!

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Dude listen to what you are saying. You are blasting the guy for taking a $5 Million dollar contract which will set himself up for life. Karimi obviously tried to play in one of Europe's best club and it didn't work for him. I would rather see Karimi at lesat get playing time than sit on the Bayern Munich bench for 90 min! At least you know Karimi is going to start for Al Qatar there is no questionmark about that. Look my friend Kamiri want sto make sure that his family is goign to be set for life. He only has a few years of good quality football left in him. You might as well take advantage of that and get the best possible contract you can.

Listen if I am working for an American company for a $100,000 a year contract and some Arab company in Qatar offers me a $200,000 contract guess which company I'M GOING TO WORK FOR!

Ali Karimi good luck in Al Qatar.

aliirooni
07-03-2007, 01:04 PM
as i indicated in another post, i am soooo over karimi and the only reason i am putting a reply here is to invite everyone to abandon chasing this guy and look into our younger players.

karimi is not the future of our football. He did not do much at his peak and from now its all downhill!

we have a plenty of players who can do "yepa dopa" we need to look after players who play like mahdavikia and rezae and will have bright future for themselves or our football!

iranystill
07-03-2007, 01:06 PM
I think 2million ayear will set him for life too. specially with his business everything. HE is set for life! No respect for this guy. Hope he loves dribbling bunch of nobodies. Terrible attitute as always by mr. KArimi. good luck though with third benz.

Keano
07-03-2007, 01:33 PM
You are blasting the guy for taking a $5 Million dollar contract which will set himself up for life.


LOL, you materialistic boy Sherwin! :D
I think all IK girls need to spank u for that... :tooth:

You know it's not all about money, I think Karimi already has millions of dollars in his account, at least good enough to make a great living from it in Iran (By just living off the bank interests in iran which is tremendously high).


Listen if I am working for an American company for a $100,000 a year contract and some Arab company in Qatar offers me a $200,000 contract guess which company I'M GOING TO WORK FOR!


Sherwini naz naz agha! :D

There are certain stuff that if you're passionate about, you just can't sell yourself for money! Trsut me, I am saying this from a artist/musician's point of view, do you believe if Pegah of gilan paid Ronaldinho more than what he gets in Barca he will join them? I guarantee he won't! Cuz he respects his career!

Kaz
07-03-2007, 01:41 PM
I can't believe some of the stuff I've been reading.

Whatever it means to Karimi; end of his career; end of his potential...is his business.

The club he chooses... is his business. When he plays for TM...then it is our business...then we can feel betrayed. This decision has nothing to do with us.

abedross
07-03-2007, 01:45 PM
Money is the root of all evil....Good luck Ali Karimi.

Big $, fancy cars, fancy women don't impress me....

Hard work, character, consistency, talent, dedication, desire, motivation (there's probably more) are what separates the boys from the men in life, not just sports. If the money follows....that's the icing on the cake.

Ali Karimi lovers, enjoy watching your boy in the best league money can buy. Like I've said before, he's only good in Iran and UAE....unfortunately, he's not Europe or world class material.

Mehdiran
07-03-2007, 01:54 PM
Listen if I am working for an American company for a $100,000 a year contract and some Arab company in Qatar offers me a $200,000 contract guess which company I'M GOING TO WORK FOR!



So u rather let go ur carrier in one of the worlds leading economy country for money??? Sorry Sherwin jaan but thats what i call modern prostitution you whore :D :D :D

Mehdiran
07-03-2007, 02:55 PM
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Sherwin
07-03-2007, 03:08 PM
So u rather let go ur carrier in one of the worlds leading economy country for money??? Sorry Sherwin jaan but thats what i call modern prostitution you whore :D :D :D
Indeed I agree with you in this aspect I"m a whore I"ll work for anyone who pays me the most money. I'll even work anywhere if they offer me good money as long as I get paid I really don't care where I am WITH THE EXCEPTION OF IRAQ.
I'll give you a personal example. Right now I"m making decent money roughly $40K a year doing real estate. Of course $40K living in So Cal just is not going to cut it. My father might get an engineering job out in Dubai worth well over 250K a year. He talked to one of the reps and told them that I have a finance degree, and I speak perfect English.

Now this is all speculation but if things work well I might be offered a $100K a year contract to go work in Dubai. It's nothing permanent but hey I would take $100K over $40K ANY DAY OF THE WEEK, and I'm sure so would you. Plus not to mention the cost of living in Dubai is a hell of a lont cheaper than So. Cal.

Keano jaan it's not just about the money my friend lol although I"m all for the IK girls to spank me I"ve been a bad boy. One warning though you must be over 18 lol I don't want to end up in jail.

Anyways my point is that Karimi already tried in Europe AND HE FAILED. AT lesat now in Qatar he is going to start instead of sitting on the BM bench. What is better Karimi playing in Europe sitting on the bench, or Karimi playing in Qater and starting? Personally I would think that playing time is more important than saying, "I play football in Europe but I"m behind 2 other players."

iranystill
07-03-2007, 04:56 PM
Indeed I agree with you in this aspect I"m a whore I"ll work for anyone who pays me the most money. I'll even work anywhere if they offer me good money as long as I get paid I really don't care where I am WITH THE EXCEPTION OF IRAQ.
I'll give you a personal example. Right now I"m making decent money roughly $40K a year doing real estate. Of course $40K living in So Cal just is not going to cut it. My father might get an engineering job out in Dubai worth well over 250K a year. He talked to one of the reps and told them that I have a finance degree, and I speak perfect English.

Now this is all speculation but if things work well I might be offered a $100K a year contract to go work in Dubai. It's nothing permanent but hey I would take $100K over $40K ANY DAY OF THE WEEK, and I'm sure so would you. Plus not to mention the cost of living in Dubai is a hell of a lont cheaper than So. Cal.

Keano jaan it's not just about the money my friend lol although I"m all for the IK girls to spank me I"ve been a bad boy. One warning though you must be over 18 lol I don't want to end up in jail.

Anyways my point is that Karimi already tried in Europe AND HE FAILED. AT lesat now in Qatar he is going to start instead of sitting on the BM bench. What is better Karimi playing in Europe sitting on the bench, or Karimi playing in Qater and starting? Personally I would think that playing time is more important than saying, "I play football in Europe but I"m behind 2 other players."


In my career I can probably get offered 150k plus house and car to work Dubia or 100k here. I am taking here without a doubt. Money ain't everything.

aliirooni
07-03-2007, 05:01 PM
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actually that jersey fits him best. Bayern jersey was too much for him!
He needs to play for a club where he can disappear for most of the game then pull of some ballhawk yepadopa and get a car!

bayern kicked karimi out cuz she could not handle it!

Rock
07-03-2007, 06:21 PM
Good for Karimi....congrats!! You showed the world your potential, your skill, and you accomplished all that you wanted to accomplish. The fans in Qatar will whorship you (unlike fickle and jealous Iranians here) like a soccer god. Enjoy the fruits of your hard labour and good luck!!! Here's to Ali Karimi, best soccer player Asia has ever produced, and all the best to you and TM in the Asian Cup. I hope you'll be around for one more WC as well.

Go Karimi...GO TM...GO IRAN!!!! :iran:

aliirooni
07-03-2007, 06:51 PM
unlike fickle and jealous Iranians here

my statements are not due to jealousy but they are due to facts!
Karimi belongs to Arab leagues like most of our players. He does not belong there in Europe. He is not a 90 minute type of player and he is not aggressive enough.

All I simply stated was we put too much hope into players like Karimi and its really time to move on and look forward our younger players.

If Karimi's goal was to make alot of money, good for you and hats off for him.

Sherwin
07-03-2007, 06:52 PM
In my career I can probably get offered 150k plus house and car to work Dubia or 100k here. I am taking here without a doubt. Money ain't everything.
True but check this out you are already making good money because you have a nice six figure income. Do you know what $40K get's you living in So. Cal? It get's you basically jack squat especially considering So Cal's cost of living here. Now I'm not saying I'm going to work in Dubai forever.

If I go there I'll get a jump from 40K to 100K my friend. If I stay three or four years I can take something like 200K(you got to factor in taxes) and buy a house. Plus when you come back you can put international experience on your resume, which is huge these days.

So why should I turn an offer like that down? I agree money isen't everything but that 200K can set up my future man. You got to think about it in a way like wow this can change my life. Ok so I sacrifice a few years living in Dubai big deal. If I come back with enough money for a downpayment, and invest the rest in another piece of property well I will do it my friend.

I still get where you are comming from its' tough but you see my situation is different. If I was making $100K a year like you hell I would stay here as well. For you perahps it is not worth it because you have a comfortable lift.

Basically all 40K will get you in LA is a one bedroom appartment for rent, in not such a great area, and the very basic necessities.

Pouya82
07-03-2007, 07:08 PM
I can't believe some of the stuff I've been reading.

Whatever it means to Karimi; end of his career; end of his potential...is his business.

The club he chooses... is his business. When he plays for TM...then it is our business...then we can feel betrayed. This decision has nothing to do with us.

Kaz jigar, WOW great post... this deserves another REP... But I have to spread the love before I can give you yet another one.

Damet garm... :beer:

Arash
07-03-2007, 11:03 PM
Source: http://www.gulfnews.com/sport/Football/10136751.html

Karimi signs two-year deal with Qatar Sports Club

By Sayed Ali, Staff Reporter
Published: July 04, 2007, 00:00

Dubai: Iranian star Ali Karimi signed a two-year deal worth 4.5 million Euros (Dh22.68 million) deal with Qatar Sports Club yesterday.

Karimi, the 2004 Asian Footballer of the Year, played the last two seasons with German club Bayern Munich, but failed to get a regular place in the starting line-up last season.

Karimi, who was also sidelined due to injury most part of last season, has scored three goals in 33 matches for Bayern.

Karimi said he would like to return to UAE after his stint at Germany, since the Qatar club offered a better deal to the UAE clubs, the Iranian decided to join them.

"A UAE club offered Karimi a 2.5 million Euros (Dh12.6 million), which is less by 2 million Euros than the Qatari offer," Karimi's agent told Gulf News yesterday.

The gifted Iranian, who was the joint top-scorer in the Asian Cup Finals in China three years ago, will also be leading Iran's campaign in this edition, which which begins on Saturday. Iran are in Group C with China, Uzbekistan and hosts Malaysia.

Ali Karimi, who began playing football in Iran with Perouzi Club of Tehran as a 19-year-old, was signed by Dubai's Al Ahli Club in 2001 for two-year deal worth $1 million (Dh3.675 million). He extended his contract with Al Ahli for another two years worth $1.6 million (Dh 5.88 million).

During his four years (2001-2005) with Al Ahli, Karimi has helped them win the President's Cup in 2002 and 2004.

Mahbod
07-04-2007, 12:16 AM
http://bp0.blogger.com/_f0hGIx8a3xE/RopvV4O5c5I/AAAAAAAAABc/fTLlU92c18w/s320/news__0_ali_karimi_gi.jpg

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Exoma
07-04-2007, 12:39 AM
So u rather let go ur carrier in one of the worlds leading economy country for money??? Sorry Sherwin jaan but thats what i call modern prostitution you whore :D :D :D


WOW WOW WOW! Hold up, buddy!

Let's get something straight!

I'm the only whore on IK! you got that? :D

highflyerreborn
07-04-2007, 02:18 AM
:beer: good for Karimi he was always a better player before he went to Europe in my mind and I was always against it from the start - when you are good as Karaimi you are not a learner you TEACH OTHERS ...

And Karimi will be in Full form in Asia cup !!!

Bache Jordan
07-04-2007, 05:20 AM
In my career I can probably get offered 150k plus house and car to work Dubia or 100k here. I am taking here without a doubt. Money ain't everything.

You all criticize karimi, to me it is more of a shame to live in america and work there and pay tax to a government that may bomb iran.

I much rather work in dubai or qatar although they are tazis.

you are very hypocritical.

leave karimi alone, he was at his best when playing in iran and UAE. he loves iran and wants to be close to home.

you all have forgotten how many games karimi has won for us and how much excitement he has brought.

Golgo 13
07-04-2007, 06:43 AM
So he will have a Bahraini team-mate :tooth:

Pouya82
07-04-2007, 07:08 AM
So he will have a Bahraini team-mate :tooth:

Oh No :eek: NOT A BAHRAINI TEAMMATE! :tooth: :p

What shall be of our Ali Karimi now that he has to play with an Bahraini...

Good luck to Karimi and his new team.

iranystill
07-04-2007, 08:40 AM
listen I hate the IRany governmnet just as much as I ahte the bush adminstration. Leave politics out of this. Karimi has a terrible attitute and tahts why he will never get anywhere. only thing he can rely on is cars and money. He is good but never a hero and never will be.

x_2kool2handle
07-04-2007, 09:27 AM
today in an inerview with ISNA, Karimi denied the transfer amount that is talked about in the papers. He said it isn't that high (5 million) at all, but he refused to disclose any info either . . . but if It's true he'll be the most expensive player in history of Persian gulf leagues.

Batistuta was offered 7 million , 2 million in the first year and 5 in the second, but he left after few months . . . and only got 2 million out of it . .

Bache Jordan
07-04-2007, 11:25 AM
listen I hate the IRany governmnet just as much as I ahte the bush adminstration. Leave politics out of this. Karimi has a terrible attitute and tahts why he will never get anywhere. only thing he can rely on is cars and money. He is good but never a hero and never will be.
aziz, my point is not to mix politics, I just wanted to show how subjective such opinions are.

important is that karimi plays well for TM. as far as I remember he played better when he was in iran or UAE.

it is simply not fair to say he relies on cars. why am I currently working in investment banking in london rather than in iran where I could help the people and the country develop? because life is easier here and I earn more.
everyone in the generations born after 1975 living abroad could also move to iran but for personal reasons they don't. they also stay for personal benefit. otherwise we are all obliged to go to iran and rebuild the nation, educate the poor and build NGOs.

first we should think what our own attitudes is, what we have done for iran before attacking karimi. karimi has done more for iran than me and you ever will.

azize man I am disappointed as well. but we must support him regardless of what he does.

why do we iranians always fight over stupid issues rather than unite. during the WC people were fighting oneanother over the flag. some blamed one for having this flag and other the other for having the other.

all this is counterproductive and that is why our society makes no progress.

let's all wish karimi all the best and a successful campaign durin the AC.

Ahmad18s
07-04-2007, 01:15 PM
And to think that I almost bought a Karimi Bayern jersey. Wow, that would have been a mistake.

arvand
07-05-2007, 02:17 AM
Dude listen to what you are saying. You are blasting the guy for taking a $5 Million dollar contract which will set himself up for life. Karimi obviously tried to play in one of Europe's best club and it didn't work for him. I would rather see Karimi at lesat get playing time than sit on the Bayern Munich bench for 90 min! At least you know Karimi is going to start for Al Qatar there is no questionmark about that. Look my friend Kamiri want sto make sure that his family is goign to be set for life. He only has a few years of good quality football left in him. You might as well take advantage of that and get the best possible contract you can.

Listen if I am working for an American company for a $100,000 a year contract and some Arab company in Qatar offers me a $200,000 contract guess which company I'M GOING TO WORK FOR!

Ali Karimi good luck in Al Qatar.
thats 5 million euro. it makes it 10 million dollars almost ;)