Chinedu Obasi: I'll fight--19/11/2013

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Chinedu Obasi: I'll fight--19/11/2013

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19/11/2013
Chinedu Obasi: I'll fight :clap: :clap:
It is now eight months ago, Chinedu Obasi was for the Royal Blues in a competitive match in use. At the end of last season, the Nigerians had surgery on the left shin. Since then, it is for the attacker: rehab, rehab, rehab. But an end to the suffering of time seems slow in sight.

Obasi is working hard on his comeback back and always makes greater progress. Having already completed on Friday (15.11.) Parts of the training team, the striker took on Tuesday (19.11.) On the part of the entire unit. "I feel good," said Obasi, who is led by head coach Jens Keller piece by piece to the team. "I am thrilled that I get back on the grass and can work out with the guys."

The days of individual training should be for Chinedu Obasi over.
Keller emphasizes, however, that one "should not expect any miracles from him," after such a long time. Like his coach and the Nigerians assesses the situation. "If I can train 100 percent with the team again, the rest comes by itself. I first need to get back into the rhythm, I can again show good performance. "

The period after the operation he classifies itself as a person, a kind of new beginning. Obasi said: "I try to make the best of every situation. I got the time to get fit again. Now I want the team and the club to give something back. I will fight. "
When the 27-year-old will be deployed again for Schalke, is still unclear. His goal for the future is clear, however. "I would soon find the form that I had to Hoffenheim times again," explains Obasi. "I hope that I can help the team soon. I feel better than in the past two years.
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needs to fight off the weight first
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19/11/2013: Pictures from today's training :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Chei....see the guy belle.
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Glad to see he is back. His conditioning will come back with more games and training
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The Germans will get him fit again but will he get enough time to play with schalke let alone go to Brazil?
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When Obasi is on song, he is one of the most feared wingers that we have. Ike Uche has to make the squad, not sure about his brother. We need jokers, who can come off the bench in 15-20 minutes and turn a game on its head.
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The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
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kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Opakalinzo strikes again :boo:
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kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Selfish like how? :shock: :shock: :shock: When? Where?
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patrick wrote:
kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Opakalinzo strikes again :boo:

Kolinzo's middle name is opaks. Lol

Hopefully Obasi gets a chance once he's fully fit but Keshi is a bit tight fisted with call ups so fingers crossed.
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Damunk wrote:
kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Selfish like how? :shock: :shock: :shock: When? Where?
I wonder o! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
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I am glad many people, even the Keshi diehards understand the quality of Obasi. He can really excell in Keshi's setup.
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This obasi guy is super selfish against korea it was very frustrating however on our current team only moses and emenike are better
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green4life wrote:
patrick wrote:
kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Opakalinzo strikes again :boo:

Kolinzo's middle name is opaks. Lol

Hopefully Obasi gets a chance once he's fully fit but Keshi is a bit tight fisted with call ups so fingers crossed.
why people takes his rubbish seriously is the baffling thing. he fits right in with kone kom, bim and tbite.. #cluelessness.com :lol: :lol:
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Yes we need you to fight Brother

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patrick wrote:
kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Opakalinzo strikes again :boo:
It's not opakas. Obasi is stupidly selfish.
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eyan wrote:
patrick wrote:
kolinzo wrote:The guy should manage himself in Germany. I have never seen a selfish player worst than this guy. I can confidently say he is not as good as anybody we currently have playing his position, starter or sub!
Opakalinzo strikes again :boo:
It's not opakas. Obasi is stupidly selfish.
At least he can beat his man, unlike Musa...At least he has more brain cells than Musa

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speedy recovery. that is the important thing, to wish him the best.
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If only Obasi can somehow...miraculously....break into Scalke's 1st team... Imagine a fit, on form Obasi playing at the same level he was in the 2008 Olympics? Alongside Emenike and Moses.......dreams.... :(
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B!GGESTMAN wrote:If only Obasi can somehow...miraculously....break into Scalke's 1st team... Imagine a fit, on form Obasi playing at the same level he was in the 2008 Olympics? Alongside Emenike and Moses.......dreams.... :(
That would be hele hele!

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B!GGESTMAN wrote:If only Obasi can somehow...miraculously....break into Scalke's 1st team... Imagine a fit, on form Obasi playing at the same level he was in the 2008 Olympics? Alongside Emenike and Moses.......dreams.... :(
Tell me about it :atc: :atc: :atc: at the moment im content With Victor Obinna Nsofor

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can04 wrote:speedy recovery. that is the important thing, to wish him the best.
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Eaglezbeak wrote:The Germans will get him fit again but will he get enough time to play with schalke let alone go to Brazil?
Brazil? You have to be joking. He has no chance of making it to Brazil. Bros, even if he is fit, I do not believe he will make the squad. Just my tuppence.
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