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Football Development Program for Iranian youth players


TIFA - November 4, 2018 - 4 comments

Last year, Ali and Mahdi Ghaedi were invited by TIFA to come to The Netherlands for a two weeks TIFA Development Program. They were selected based on their skills and our scouting reports from Iran.

The boys went through a fully packed training schedule including top training sessions, masterclass, and tests. After careful consideration and evaluation of our top coaches, we can conclude that both players do not have the skills to compete at the European level. Both players lack skill in both technical and tactical aspects, as well as personality. At TIFA we did our best to provide the best tools for the players. Unfortunately, Ali and Mahdi Ghaedi did not have what it takes to stand out in Europe.

At TIFA we look for the very best talents in the world to build the next-gen football players.

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4 comments

  1. Alasana Kassama

    I will love to see you guys to come to visit united world stars football academy in the Gambia they have a lot of talented kids that can play football you can visit our face book page united world stars

  2. Ghader

    Hello
    My nephew is eager to take a football test, he has 13 year old, do you guide him?

    Regards
    Ghader
    From Iran

    • TIFA

      Dear Ghader,

      Thanks for your interest in our programs.
      We would like to start by first understanding your current level to decide whether you can go on trial with top clubs in Europe or need development. 

      We would like to recommend the TIFA Testing Program of 1 or 2 weeks, more information can be found on https://tifagency.com/project/football-testing-program/

      We’ve sent you a detailed email as well.

      Regards,

      TIFA Team

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