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 Post subject: Ovie Ejaria and Seyi Ojo
PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:30 pm 
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I am loving Ovie Ejara#4 and Seyi Ojo#14 :clap: :clap: :clap:

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:33 pm 
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Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:39 pm 
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Quotes on Ejara

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Amazing midfielder who influences the match effectively


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Technically gifted Midfielder.



http://arsenalyouth.wordpress.com/schoo ... ie-ejaria/

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:39 pm 
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Seen him play a couple of times for the Pool's youth team, and I mentioned it somewhere that he was simply fabulous. Jordan I be mea nwhile scored a hattrick for England U21.

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:42 pm 
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Seen him play a couple of times for the Pool's youth team, and I mentioned it somewhere that he was simply fabulous. Jordan I be mea nwhile scored a hattrick for England U21.


It pains me watching Ibe, Aina and Akpom doing it for England U19, trio are freaking good.

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:43 pm 
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Ejaria actually trained with our U17 team that won the the WC last year, but he had to return to England because of his school.

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:45 pm 
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patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:

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txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 10:27 pm 
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patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 11:50 pm 
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okidoki wrote:
patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...


You must be speaking of Solanke. Aina is a fullback.

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 12:31 am 
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niyi wrote:
okidoki wrote:
patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...


You must be speaking of Solanke. Aina is a fullback.


Yes my brother.

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 12:41 am 
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patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo


Ojo is coming along nicely.. The coming season I think is the turning point...

Good close control, explosive pace...

In the coming season, he needs to begin the transition to rounding out his game, to not simply be a pacey player, but one with dynamism and vision to play in the lines...

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 2:06 am 
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patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?

...I think he's decent...still needs more development to get there.......

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 2:15 am 
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okidoki wrote:
niyi wrote:
okidoki wrote:
patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...


You must be speaking of Solanke. Aina is a fullback.


Yes my brother.

Yeah...Solanke is rather composed...can see him near the first team bench in 3 years if our new integration programme is to mean anything

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 7:05 am 
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What doesn't add up for me is this:
If England have all these exceptional youth players that have all played for England U18, U19 etc, how come they hardly make an impact on the European youth scene, talk less if the World Youth Tournaments like the U17 and U20 World Cups?
These guys are getting a lot of hype, but by direct comparison how do we know they can hack it when they hit the same green grass with our local youth players?

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Damunk wrote:
What doesn't add up for me is this:
If England have all these exceptional youth players that have all played for England U18, U19 etc, how come they hardly make an impact on the European youth scene, talk less if the World Youth Tournaments like the U17 and U20 World Cups?
These guys are getting a lot of hype, but by direct comparison how do we know they can hack it when they hit the same green grass with our local youth players?


England just won the European U17 Championships, England like Germany doesn't seem to usually take these all that seriously. It's Spain and Italy who go all out for these comps.


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 7:44 am 
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kalani JR wrote:
Damunk wrote:
What doesn't add up for me is this:
If England have all these exceptional youth players that have all played for England U18, U19 etc, how come they hardly make an impact on the European youth scene, talk less if the World Youth Tournaments like the U17 and U20 World Cups?
These guys are getting a lot of hype, but by direct comparison how do we know they can hack it when they hit the same green grass with our local youth players?


England just won the European U17 Championships, England like Germany doesn't seem to usually take these all that seriously. It's Spain and Italy who go all out for these comps.

You sure about that?

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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 7:58 am 
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okidoki wrote:
patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...


How is naija losing out?
This players were born in England and developed by English teams.
Naija won the last U17, we have players just as good as those born and raised in England.


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Sunset wrote:
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Damunk wrote:
What doesn't add up for me is this:
If England have all these exceptional youth players that have all played for England U18, U19 etc, how come they hardly make an impact on the European youth scene, talk less if the World Youth Tournaments like the U17 and U20 World Cups?
These guys are getting a lot of hype, but by direct comparison how do we know they can hack it when they hit the same green grass with our local youth players?


England just won the European U17 Championships, England like Germany doesn't seem to usually take these all that seriously. It's Spain and Italy who go all out for these comps.

You sure about that?


The last Euro U21 championship Insigne, Destro and Verratti all were present. This wasn't one of the major ones too (Olympic qfs) so yeah I think so.


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txj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo


Ojo is coming along nicely.. The coming season I think is the turning point...

Good close control, explosive pace...

In the coming season, he needs to begin the transition to rounding out his game, to not simply be a pacey player, but one with dynamism and vision to play in the lines...



Thank you bro.

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Moses Odubajo another prospect for U23 :thumbs: :thumbs:



http://www.sl10.ng/news/articles/teams/ ... hip/163605

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Chingo Bling wrote:
okidoki wrote:
patrick wrote:
paj wrote:
patrick wrote:
txj,

Please shed more light on Seyi Ojo

...we were so close to nabbing that kid to Stamford Bridge...but his father wanted more money instead of trophies..imagine! :evil:


Paj,

Do u rate Aina highly?


I really do. Not your fancy footwork type of striker. Strengths are his positional sense and his movement. Really good player, and so much room for improvement. Naija is really losing out...


How is naija losing out?
This players were born in England and developed by English teams.
Naija won the last U17, we have players just as good as those born and raised in England.

It's no point telling them!

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Why are we resignative already before the NFF has even contacted them?
We should go for local talents AND foreign based players.
We live in globalization and Naija needs to join the competition and hunt for good players quickly.
Leave social romantic and national pride out of this and concentrate on getting the best players available home or abroad!

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