The main uncertainty at the moment is how he manages to take Felix's
drift wave turbulence: http://www.rzg.mpg.de/~bds/
Your point is well taken. However, Karimi may have an edge over Hashemian in
his venture at Munich for a couple of reasons. First, he is Magath's pick,
Hashemian was not. Second, Karimi is far more technical player than
Hashemian. Third, Hashemian was at best the 4th or 5th choice behind 3 or 4
world class strikers. Karimi is mainly an attacking midfielder and he his
main competition at this point may be Mehmet Scholl.
Again, as you said it all remains to be seen how he adapts to Bayern's tough
> Hashemian scored goals in that sort of matches as well. Let's wait for
> the season... if he has as many as 5 by the winter break I'll be pretty
> The main uncertainty at the moment is how he manages to take Felix's
> training regime.
> drift wave turbulence: http://www.rzg.mpg.de/~bds/