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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:13 am 
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The scoreline suggests Nigeria were playing away :roll:

We were...

I meant at home...

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Okay, I got to tell una something. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I didnt read the thread and just watched the video thinking this was CHAN. And I kept saying, "this game looks poor.. and why is that number 17 running like he has big yansh!" :rotf: :rotf:

Thank God its female! Whew! :lol:


So you thought it was boys playing and you were checking out their yansh? Very gay. Have you come out of the closet yet?

The way he laughs hysterically at everything na dead giveaway..him and dat yeye Zee..

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 4:45 am 
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So it was girls playing and there is a ticker tape parade on CE? These are desperate times indeed.

So pissed and sexist? :D


Not at all I am just surprised and sad how the mighty have fallen.
I remember back in the day when CE's would proclaim that Okocha was better than Zidane+Maradona +Ronaldo combined. Some CE's even claimed they loved Okocha more than their own Parents. Results like this would never have been celebrated like this back in the day. These are just unusual times we are living in.




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Mzekezeke wrote:
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So it was girls playing and there is a ticker tape parade on CE? These are desperate times indeed.

So pissed and sexist? :D


Not at all I am just surprised and sad how the mighty have fallen.
I remember back in the day when CE's would proclaim that Okocha was better than Zidane+Maradona +Ronaldo combined. Some CE's even claimed they loved Okocha more than their own Parents. Results like this would never have been celebrated like this back in the day. These are just unusual times we are living in.

Feel free to log on to youtube and relive Okocha's moments na... :taunt: ..makes me wonder how U'd react if we were right next to ya in SA.. :taunt:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:12 am 
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Mzekezeke wrote:
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So it was girls playing and there is a ticker tape parade on CE? These are desperate times indeed.

So pissed and sexist? :D


Not at all I am just surprised and sad how the mighty have fallen.
I remember back in the day when CE's would proclaim that Okocha was better than Zidane+Maradona +Ronaldo combined. Some CE's even claimed they loved Okocha more than their own Parents. Results like this would never have been celebrated like this back in the day. These are just unusual times we are living in.
'Back in the day' women's football wasn't celebrated in its own right.
This is 2018.
If your attitude towards women's football is representative of what it is in SA, no wonder you got gbenshed 2-0 at home. :taunt:

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Damunk wrote:
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Okay, I got to tell una something. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I didnt read the thread and just watched the video thinking this was CHAN. And I kept saying, "this game looks poor.. and why is that number 17 running like he has big yansh!" :rotf: :rotf:

Thank God its female! Whew! :lol:
I saw that too, and even though I knew it was women's footie, I still felt her yansh was way too big for a top-level female footballer.
Weytin? :oops:


SA girl got yash. :mrgreen:


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Okay, I got to tell una something. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I didnt read the thread and just watched the video thinking this was CHAN. And I kept saying, "this game looks poor.. and why is that number 17 running like he has big yansh!" :rotf: :rotf:

Thank God its female! Whew! :lol:
I saw that too, and even though I knew it was women's footie, I still felt her yansh was way too big for a top-level female footballer.
Weytin? :oops:


SA girl got yash. :mrgreen:
True dat. But this one we're talking about was Naija.

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"Ijele" by Flavour... :clap:

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Damunk wrote:
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Okay, I got to tell una something. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I didnt read the thread and just watched the video thinking this was CHAN. And I kept saying, "this game looks poor.. and why is that number 17 running like he has big yansh!" :rotf: :rotf:

Thank God its female! Whew! :lol:
I saw that too, and even though I knew it was women's footie, I still felt her yansh was way too big for a top-level female footballer.
Weytin? :oops:


What is FIFA specification on Nyash size pls

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Okay, I got to tell una something. :lol: :lol: :lol:

I didnt read the thread and just watched the video thinking this was CHAN. And I kept saying, "this game looks poor.. and why is that number 17 running like he has big yansh!" :rotf: :rotf:

Thank God its female! Whew! :lol:
I saw that too, and even though I knew it was women's footie, I still felt her yansh was way too big for a top-level female footballer.
Weytin? :oops:


What is FIFA specification on Nyash size pls


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Those two goals scored were bad goals to give up by the goalkeeper.

No, they were not...

The first goal is a cross/shot that ends up in the net and has beaten many great GKs (think Seaman UEFA Cup final and WC 2002), while she push the second away from her goal (which is exactly what a GK is supposed to do) only to suffer the ill-luck of being beaten by a quick-thinking on rushing forward. Tough luck but hardly poor goal-keeping.


I watch 12 to 14 year old girls play soccer that will never give up such a goal. That SA goalkeeper is poor.

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ohenhen1 wrote:
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Those two goals scored were bad goals to give up by the goalkeeper.

No, they were not...

The first goal is a cross/shot that ends up in the net and has beaten many great GKs (think Seaman UEFA Cup final and WC 2002), while she push the second away from her goal (which is exactly what a GK is supposed to do) only to suffer the ill-luck of being beaten by a quick-thinking on rushing forward. Tough luck but hardly poor goal-keeping.


I watch 12 to 14 year old girls play soccer that will never give up such a goal. That SA goalkeeper is poor.


Ohenhen1,

How about World Cup 1998(?) Ronaldinho's FK and David Seaman?

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Enugu II wrote:
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Those two goals scored were bad goals to give up by the goalkeeper.

No, they were not...

The first goal is a cross/shot that ends up in the net and has beaten many great GKs (think Seaman UEFA Cup final and WC 2002), while she push the second away from her goal (which is exactly what a GK is supposed to do) only to suffer the ill-luck of being beaten by a quick-thinking on rushing forward. Tough luck but hardly poor goal-keeping.


I watch 12 to 14 year old girls play soccer that will never give up such a goal. That SA goalkeeper is poor.


Ohenhen1,

How about World Cup 1998(?) Ronaldinho's FK and David Seaman?

2002.

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It way past the two weeks he promised around Christmas.
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