بازی آسیایی استقلال و پرسپولیس در امارات
بازی آسیایی استقلال و پرسپولیس در امارات
کنفدراسیون فوتبال آسیا با پیشنهاد استقلال و پرسپولیس ایران برای بازی در ورزشگاه زعبیل امارات موافقت کرد.
به گزارش خبرگزاری خبرآنلاین، هرچند مسابقات هفته سوم لیگ قهرمانان آسیا به خاطر شیوع ویروس کرونا به تعویق افتاده است اما نمایندگان ایران برای رویارویی با حریفان عربستانی خود پیشنهاداتی را به کنفدراسیون فوتبال آسیا ارائه داده بودند.
استقلال که در بازی رفت با الاهلی عربستان در کویت شکست خورده بود، برای بازی برگشت ورزشگاه زعبیل امارات را پیشنهاد داده است که AFC با این درخواست موافقت کرد.
همچنین بازی رفت پرسپولیس با التعاون که قرار بود هفته آینده برگزار شود، بعد از تعیین زمان جدید در ورزشگاه زعبیل امارات انجام میشود.
کنفدراسیون فوتبال آسیا با درخواست سپاهان برای بازی در زمین لوکوموتیو تاشکند در دیدار با النصر عربستان موافقت کرده است. بازی برگشت شهرخودرو با الهلال عربستان هم در ورزشگاه حمد بن کبیر شهر دوحه قطر برگزار میشود.
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread around the globe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused the governments of China and Iran of censoring information about the outbreaks in their countries and putting the rest of the world at greater risk of its spread.
The top U.S. diplomat's sharp tone towards Beijing was matched by Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, who told Congress on Tuesday that the world is not getting reliable data out of China on issues like mortality rates.
But President Donald Trump seems to be out of sync with both of his Cabinet members and other top officials, praising Chinese President Xi Jinping and his government's handling of the outbreak even as his own administration's response comes under fire from Republican and Democratic members of Congress.
‘This great genius has told us that this coronavirus is going to end in two months. April is the magical day that this great scientist we have in the White House has determined. I wish I was kidding. That is what he said.’
Bernie Sanders on President Trump’s response to the coronavirus
Rouhani and Trump seem to be saying the same thing.
Coronavirus is under control. All good!!!
🔴خبر فوری خبر فوری 🔴
❌بدلیل بسته بودن مرزهای ایران از سمت ترکیه ، عراق ، افغانستان ، پاکستان ، ترکمنستان آذربایجان ، ارمنستان ❌
♦️کلیه اجناس و اقلام ضروری مثل گوشت و مرغ ، سیب زمینی و گوجه ، پیاز ، روغن ، برنج که برای صادرات به این کشورهای همسایه ارسال شده بود در حال مرجوع شدن است و امکان صادرات آن وجود ندارد و می بایست در بازار داخلی عرضه شود
کلیه اجناس فوق تا چند روز آینده بشدت ارزان خواهد شد
البته در حال حاضر گوجه پانزده هزار تومانی امروز با قیمت دو هزار تومان در سراسر کشور در حال توزیع میباشد
💢 فریب بازار گرمی دلال ها رو نخورید 💢
گوشت و مرغ و پیاز در حال حاضر مشتری خارجی ندارد و امکان ارسال هم ندارد و تا چند روز آینده به نصف قیمت بفروش میرسد
♦️اگر مردم تا چند روز آینده هیچ کالایی نخرند تاجران دیروز ، ورشکستگان امروز خواهند بود ♦️
‼️کرونا بلایی است از طرف خداوند متعال برای مجازات گرانفروشان و محتکران ‼️
🙏 لطفا بصورت گسترده انتشار بدهید🙏
Thank god this is great news...
كويد - ١٩ كاملآ كنترل شده و آز شنبه تمام مساجد، مدارس، ادارات، وزارات و اماكن عمومى طبق معمول، روال امور به حالت عادى باز خواهد گشتت.
١٣ بدر افتاديم
The only problem about what you posted is that some people shrug it off and simply do not see what that deputy health minister has just done. And they are the freaking people running the country. Cream of the crop.
But what I just saw in that video may be blessing in disguise. And then they blame the USA and sanctions. Forget about how idiot the dude is.
The outbreak follows a tumultuous and at times violent few months in Iran, which saw dramatically escalated tensions with the U.S. and popular protests in November and January that witnessed hundreds of Iranians killed by state security forces. It culminated in the lowest parliamentary election turnout in the Islamic Republic's history on Friday, which many say is a sign of badly weakened faith in the regime. This dynamic is worsening the public's response to the coronavirus outbreak, some Iranian experts warn.
"The lack of public trust in government has meant that directives to stay in aren't being followed, as people are panicking and heading to hospitals to get tested, worsening the spread of the disease," said Dina Esfandiary, a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center.
"Sanctions have made it harder for health officials to detect and deal with the outbreak, which inevitably will affect the spread of the virus beyond Iran's borders, as it has over the past couple of days."
The guy on the left has corona, he is sweating and wiping it off with bare hands then he is touching things around him grabbing Kleenex box on the table. Marg bar RP. People of Iran do not deserve these people
So the deputy health minister got the virus. He met health minister the past 3 days. Health minister met with Rouhani and all vozarA including Zarif.
Like to see Rouhani and Zarif in Qarantineh. (Same word as Quarantine)
Trading charges by one’s risk tolerance. At 50s and 60s, it’s better to avoid big risks. The crash of 2008 took 5 years to recover.
Market will be higher eventually. As long as one invest with money not needed in 3-5 years, one cannot lose.
Iranian women's rights activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh receives the 2020 Geneva Summit International Women's Rights Award.
Market responds to Uncertainty.
once this is over it will shoot back up big time. all the impacts are near term.
I hardly sell stocks... I have brand stocks I have been holding for more than 20 years.
Basically, we might see a bounce. If bounce holds, we could see a move higher. If the bounce remains temporary (like this morning), we could see lower lows.
My financial advisor emailed this.
At this point, markets have come straight off their highs and have become oversold quickly. We are now down 7.5% on the S&P 500, only 5 days removed from all-time highs. Based on the extreme readings, the expectation is that we should see an oversold bounce at some point with both the 200 day moving average and the November breakout within reach on the S&P 500. Those areas should act as support.
We will know much more about the nature of the sell-off based on how it reacts on the bounce. Even if we have seen the ultimate top, history tells us that topping is a process and that there will be opportunities to make adjustments down the line. We will continue to watch the situation very closely.What does it mean in plain English?
I said early in January that DOW 30,000 might not come this year. I bet a $1!
I sold all I had mid January.
I do think the effect of this virus will last for months to come.
FED will do what it can to slow the slowdown/crash! 2020 will not be a good year for stock market.
Market closed off by over 3% today, making the last two days as worst in history. Is that start of melt down? I am happily sit on cash, selling yesterday early morning. And at this point, will not jump back. I believe economical impact of this virus has not been factored in yet, since reports will come out later in summer. Many U.S companies have extensive business in china. Trump tarrifs did not do it, but this will. I can not name an industry which is immune to this. This may trigger a recession which is over due. If it happens later this year, Trump will likely not be re-elected.
Donkey jumps in the well to punish its owner!!!
That is as good as any other conspiracy theories I have seen out there :-)
Rush Limbaugh claims the coronavirus is being 'weaponized' by the Chinese government to damage the US economy and bring down Donald Trump but is 'no worse than the common cold'.
The conservative radio host said the deadly virus was created in a Chinese government laboratory and was being used to 'scare people in business' and crash the stock market.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Faces Some Supreme Problems
But Dr. Trump said it’s all good! It’s very well under control.
Dr. Limbo also said it’s just a cold and it was created by democrats to fight Trump.
Maximum pressure is killing our hamvatans. Are there Iranians who still support it? You bet! Is Reza Pahlavi still supporting it? Yup!
Tehran (AFP) - Aged 49, Iranian diabetic Parviz Sadeghi appears closer to 70 with deep wrinkles surrounding his clear blue eyes and sunken cheeks testifying to shortages at a time of intensifying medical crisis.
After a six-hour wait, he is relieved but exhausted as he emerges from a pharmacy in the capital Tehran with insulin -- an increasingly scarce necessity, as US sanctions bite.
"I've been a diabetic for nearly 10 years," the out-of-work labourer said, adding that he lives in Karaj, about an hour west of the capital.
"Before... you'd go to any pharmacy and they'd give it to you, but now you have to go to 1,000 places," he lamented, after spending a week trudging from one dispensary to another.
Iranians had been hit by low medicine supplies even before the new coronavirus broke out in the central city of Qom and spread, claiming several lives and fostering panic amid a lack of face masks.
The medical shortages kicked in after the US pulled out of a landmark nuclear deal and reimposed crippling sanctions on Iran in 2018.
Washington had exempted humanitarian goods, especially medicines and medical equipment from its punitive measures.
But international purchases of such supplies are forestalled by banks being wary of conducting any business with Iran, for fear of falling foul of sanctions themselves.
This in turn has worsened the acute shortage of medicines and led to skyrocketing prices, against the backdrop of an increasingly devalued rial.
"I used to get insulin about three years ago for 17,000 tomans ($1.10, one euro), now it's 50,500 tomans," said Sadeghi. "And it's getting even more expensive.
"Insurance does cover this. That's why I've been to 1,000 places since last Saturday to get them to approve this. They did accept eventually, but it took a long time, and you have to go to a lot of places," he said.
Harvard University epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch is predicting the coronavirus "will ultimately not be containable" and, within a year, will infect somewhere between 40 and 70 percent of humanity, The Atlantic reports. But don't be too alarmed. Many of those people, Lipsitch clarifies, won't have severe illnesses or even show symptoms at all, which is already the case for many people who have tested positive for the virus.
That's precisely why he doesn't think the virus can be stopped. Viruses like SARS, MERS, and the avian flu were eventually contained in part because they were more intense and had a higher fatality rate. In other words, if you were infected by the virus that caused SARS, chances were you weren't out and about. But because the current coronavirus, known as COVID-19, can be asymptomatic, or at least very mild, there's a better chance people will likely go about their day as normal. The down side, though, is that it becomes harder to trace and prevent. In that sense it's similar to the flu, which can also be deadly, but often passes without the infected person seeking medical care.
The Atlantic reports Lipsitch is definitely not alone in his prediction. There's an emerging consensus that the outbreak will eventually morph into a new seasonal disease, which, per The Atlantic, could one day turn "cold and flu season" into "cold and flu and COVID-19 season."
به گزارش خبرگزاری فارس، باشگاه استقلال به نقل از اسماعیل خلیل زاده سرپرست این تیم، درباره دیدار این هفته استقلال در سیرجان مقابل گل گهر متنی را منتشر کرد.
اینجانب پس از ارسال درخواست رسمی به سازمان لیگ تا لحظه صدور این اطلاعیه منتظر بودم تا رقابتهای لیگ برتر به دلیل پیشگیری از ویروس کرونا لغو شود اما متاسفانه هنوز اقدام لازم صورت نگرفته است!
از آنجا که خود را در قبال سلامتی بازیکنان، مربیان، پزشکان، کادر اجرایی تیم و نگرانی خانوادههای آنها و میلیونها هوادار عزیز تیم استقلال مسؤول میدانم، بدینوسیله اعلام مینمایم در صورتی که تا ظهر فردا تصمیم لازم از طرف سازمان لیگ منتشر نشود، دستور اعزام تیم استقلال به سیرجان صادر نخواهد شد.
Coronavirus update: 80,238 cases, 2,700 deaths, CDC warns Americans to prepare for disruption.
What is the difference between Italy and Iran? Both have been hit hard with this virus. Why civilized world blame the anti human regime but not Italy? To start Italy is governed by a group of people elected by people and are accountable for their action. If they screw up, they will not be elected next time around. They are there to protect people. What about anti human regime? First, most are not elected, and even those elected ones are being ruled by non elected figures. Second they have shown time and time again and again and again that their sole purpose is to prolong the nangin regime rather than serving people. if anybody is under any other illusion by now, they need help urgently. The government of IRI decided to allow airline to fly in and out of China after the virus hit china, so endangering Iranian people knowingly. They are known for lying and nobody in Iran trust them anymore except for known agents. If you have contact in Iran, ask anyone even supporter of the regime, if anyone trust this nangin regime. These are the moments that people and government must come together to fight the virus, but nobody trust the nangin regime any more and that is why casualties in Iran are astronomical and it is getting worse.
MSFT, AAPL, Google, AMZN all good deals now
Raining hard in Tehran!
Picked up some MSFT.
DOW down 6% down from its highs last month. Predictions are anywhere from 10-20% drop.
What to expect from FED? Lower rate and print more money.
Another 4% drop and FED comes in to rescue the market.
Just got this WhatsApp text from my cousin
تو اخبار که امروز میگفت ٣۶ نفر تو اصفهان فوت کردن...و این بیماری..خیلی.پخش شده
ISTANBUL — A prominent Iranian lawmaker and reformist politician said Tuesday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus, the second public figure to confirm an infection as Iran struggles to contain the outbreak.
Mahmoud Sadeghi, 57, said on his verified Twitter account that he tested positive for the virus and that he “doesn’t have much hope to stay alive.”
It was unclear where he contracted the virus. Sadeghi, who is pro-reform and known for criticizing the clerical establishment, represents a wide swath of Tehran province in parliament.
On Twitter, Sadeghi called on Iran’s judiciary chief, Ebrahim Raisi, to release political prisoners from Iranian jails so they can see their families as the outbreak spreads.
Earlier Tuesday, Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi said he also tested positive for the virus, just one day after he held a televised news conference on efforts to contain the outbreak.
Harirchi posted a video online Tuesday confirming that he has contracted the virus. The disease, which originated in China last year, emerged in the Iranian city of Qom this month and has since spread to multiple areas of the country.
At least 15 people have died, according to the Health Ministry.
67 deaths in Iran.
No quarantine of Qom as it is declared not Shar'ee.
Najaf and Karbala shut down Ali and Hossein's shrine.
Health minster deputy n Iran also got the virus. But not quarantined.
The sad part and the one we average people overlook is the fact that most worries about CV is not about people dying! No one really cares that much about few thousands of people dying around the world. The main concern is about economical effects of people getting sick and missing work!
Who is going to make our cellphones, toys, cars and other stuff?
Economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Tuesday that he continues to advise investors to resist buying coronavirus-driven declines in the stock market.
"I stress, this is different," the Allianz chief economic advisor and ex-Pimco CEO said in a "Squawk Box" interview, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged over 1,000 points or 3.5%, in its worst single-session in more than two years.
Just because buying market dips has worked in the past does not mean it's going to work this time, he argued. "I would continue to resist, as hard as it is, to simply buy the dip."
Disruptions to corporate earnings and economic growth from "shock" events such as the coronavirus tend to stick around longer than more fundamental downturns, said El-Erian.
"We're going to have a lot of risk-aversion on the part of economic actors. It's going to take time," he said. "Economic sudden stops are hard to restart."
The World Health Organization on Tuesday warned countries around the world to ready for the coronavirus to come "knocking at the door."
On Feb. 3, El-Erian first warned investors not to buying market drops as they might have in the past. He said at the time that the coronavirus is going to "paralyze China," adding that it will "cascade throughout the global economy."
That's exactly what's happening.
The spike of coronavirus cases beyond China, specifically in South Korea and Italy, sparked concerns about a prolonged global slowdown due to the outbreak and erased $1.7 trillion in global stock market values Monday.
خطر سقوط از بیخ گوش پرسپولیسیها گذشت
خطر سقوط از بیخ گوش پرسپولیسیها گذشت
باشگاه خبرنگاران نوشت: خطر کسر امتیاز و سقوط به دسته پایینتر از بیخ گوش تیم فوتبال پرسپولیس گذشت.
دیروز (دوشنبه) سایت فدراسیون فوتبال اطلاعیهای صادر کرد و نوشت: سرپرست دبیرکلی فدراسیون با ارسال نامهای به سازمان لیگ تاکید کرد باشگاههای بدهکار ظرف یک هفته نسبت به پرداخت بدهیها خود فرصت دارند و اگر این کار را انجام ندهند، طبق بند الف و ب ماده ۸۹ نسبت به جریمه نقدی، کسر امتیاز، محرومیت از ثبت نام بازیکن جدید و یا سقوط به دسته پایینتر محکوم خواهند شد.
معروفترین تیم لیگ برتری در بین ۱۳ تیم، باشگاه پرسپولیس بود و همین موضوع سبب شد تا نگرانیهای برای هواداران این تیم ایجاد شود، اما مدیران باشگاه پرسپولیس در روزهای گذشته به دنبال رضایت از شاکیان خود بوده اند تا مطالبات آنها را پرداخت کنند.
طبق اعلام مدیران پرسپولیس در حال حاضر مشکلی وجود ندارد و از این تیم امتیازی کسر نمیشود و به لیگ پایینتر نیز سقوط نخواهد کرد.
FB post by non-Iranian...
The sad part is many Iranians eat up this shit as if it's Tiramisu, they become mouth pieces for the West against their own country!
Iran bad, Italy good!!!
Pride and prejudice at the New York Times today:
Side-by side headlines:
On the left: "Milan, Italy’s economic engine, is eerily quiet amid a surge in cases. Here’s the latest."
On the right: "‘Recipe for a Massive Viral Outbreak': Iran Emerges as a Worldwide Threat"
According to NYT figures (Feb. 24):
Italy: 200+ cases
Iran: 61 confirmed cases
Notice the difference in how a centrally located West European country with open borders with its neighbors is framed; and how a Middle Eastern country with closed borders with its neighbors is framed. Milan is only "eerily quiet", while Iran is a "worldwide threat".
پرسپولیس در آستانه محرومیت یا سقوط به دسته پایین
سرپرست دبیرکلی فدراسیون با ارسال نامهای به سازمان لیگ تاکید کرد باشگاههای بدهکار ظرف یک هفته نسبت به پرداخت بدهی خود فرصت دارند
به گزارش خبرگزاری مهر و به نقل از سایت فدراسیون فوتبال، ابراهیم شکوری در این نامه تاکید کرده باشگاهها نسبت به ارسال رضایت نامه های مربوط به پرداخت بدهی ها به طلبکاران یک هفته فرصت دارند پس از رویت این نامه وفق شرایط موضوع نامه به کمیته انضباطی فدراسیون اقدام کنند.
لازم به توضیح است پس از گذشت این مدت و عدم ارسال رضایت نامه ها وفق بند الف و ب ماده ۸۹ مقررات یاد شده نسبت به جریمه نقدی و یا کسر امتیاز و یا محرومیت از ثبت نام بازیکن جدید و یا سقوط به دسته پایین تر حکم مقتضی صادر خواهد شد. این احکام وفق بند ۴ ماده ۸۹ قطعی بوده و فقط قابل اعتراض در دادگاه حکمیت ورزش (CAS) خواهد و تبعات آن متوجه باشگاهها است.
اسامی باشگاهها به شرح زیر است: ملوان بندرانزلی – امید گناوه – پاس همدان – داماش گیلانیان – پارس جنوبی جم – سردار بوکان – شهدا بابلسر – پرسپولیس – ایرانجوان بوشهر – شهرداری تبریز – صنعت نفت آبادان – بعثت کرمانشاه – سپیدرود رشت – خونه به خونه بابل – شهرداری اردبیل – نساجی مازندران – استقلال اهواز
Let's also not talk about the sanctions which doesn't allow proper and needed medical equipment enter Iran to help diagnosis of CV.
Zinsky, shhhhh... we don't talk about the 18,000 Americans who died of flu last year, it doesn't matter, only the dead Iranians matter because it's all caused by mullahs. If it was Reza Pahlavi running the country, no flu would ever enter Iran. :)
BTW, the mullahs caused an earth quake in Northwest Iran the other day, Reza Pahlavi knows how to stop earth quakes. :)
Executive CL matches tomorrow:
When you combine lying, ignorant and cultural issues, the actual count will not be known, ever.
In western world, people go see a doctor with every sickness. They feel a cold coming, they rush to emergency room.
In eastern world, most try to remedy the illness by tea, chicken soap and natural medicine. They only go to doctor when all that fails or the patient claps.
The recorded number of infected would only be known when they are tested.
In all reality, 80-90% of the patients could recover and will never be counted.
This guy also believes that corona is a imperialist plot to topple the regime
Death rate in Wuhan was 5%
The other thing is that they cannot count dead bodies as they are still counting Aban 98 killing and 4 months has passed by.
It is more difficult to count sick people than dead people.
God help the noble people of Iran!
the rate globally is <3%. That just tells you the number of infected is way way high. Qom MP said 50 died just In Qom.
let's just pray it will not be catastrophic. They did not quarantine anything. Anyone can come and go to/from Qom.
we don't know because they never tell the truth thus cannot fight the virus effectively
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