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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:53 pm 
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Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

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this team seems to be improving with each game but it is yet too early to
say they are better than the previous set.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 9:55 pm 
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Udoh is solid.
Osimhien looks very, very promising.
The rest are good, but comparing like for like with the Class of 2013? Nah....

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 10:00 pm 
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2013 set is the best and far better than this 2015.the only difference is the height and physical build of this set.


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osita wrote:
2013 set is the best and far better than this 2015.the only difference is the height and physical build of this set.
KPOM. I thought Osimhien was about the tallest until about two other players stood beside him in the penalty box!!!!!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 10:12 pm 
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osita wrote:
2013 set is the best and far better than this 2015.the only difference is the height and physical build of this set.


Let's be sure we heard you right; "only difference" meaning =
Otherwise they are equal.
But according to you they are also taller & more physically built = that would translate to 2 advantages thus far unless you are writing your own dictionary yet unpublished

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Una no forget #5, Zakari. He is really good!

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They are not better but I can tell you that many of these present set would definitely have made that '13 Squad. Nwakali, the no 4, the goal keeper, Osimeh could make the sqaud maybe not starting eleven, and the full backs as well.

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Take it to the bank more players from this team would easily make it to professional level because of built & physical abilities compared to previous team

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"It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is. If the--if he--if 'is' means is and never has been, that is not--that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement....Now, if someone had asked me on that day, are you having any kind of sexual relations with Ms. Lewinsky, that is, asked me a question in the present tense, I would have said no. And it would have been completely true."


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Osimhen will be picked up by a professional team this tourney. One area they will work on is bulk up his frame with muscle as he seems a bit weak. Once he has that physical presence he will be a hard beast to contain. Another DD in the making.

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Wisdom says, "don't count your chicks before the eggs are hatched". Why not wait for this team
to lift the trophy before making any comparison with the 2013 edition? Yes, this team is good but
we should not be running to unnecessary conclusions yet.

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jette1 wrote:
Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

Nah, the Qatar team was far superior. They had several modes of unleashing severe punishment, opposing coaches heads were spinning. Ask the Mexican coach; they chopped 6 the first time and in the final they chopped another three. Even though Nacho was the MVP, there were other players such as Yahaya being the offensive thrust and made every thing click. Remember Isaac Success was injured and Awoniyi stepped up. Defensively, Nwakali & Idowu provided the platform for the offense (Yahaya) to thrive while protecting Bello and Abubakar.

This does not take anything away from this Chile squad; they are very solid. They are very well coach team and are astute defensively. They cover well for each other and one can readily see how they neutralized Brazil in the second half. They are a better defensively balanced team than Qatar, and retain the ball well. But Brazil would have chopped 7 easily against Qatar team with that apere keeper they were parading though he made some decent saves.


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joao wrote:
Wisdom says, "don't count your chicks before the eggs are hatched". Why not wait for this team
to lift the trophy before making any comparison with the 2013 edition? Yes, this team is good but
we should not be running to unnecessary conclusions yet.

There is enough seen to make a comparison and frankly speaking 2013 team played tactically better. What the 2015 version has going for it is the physical aspect of their game that they are using to their advantage. I don't think there is any team left in this tournament that can take them on aside probably Mali and Croatia.

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jette1 wrote:
Take it to the bank more players from this team would easily make it to professional level because of built & physical abilities compared to previous team


Messi must be a giant then :huh: :huh: :huh:

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wale1974 wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Take it to the bank more players from this team would easily make it to professional level because of built & physical abilities compared to previous team

Messi must be a giant then :huh: :huh: :huh:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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okuns wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

Nah, the Qatar team was far superior. They had several modes of unleashing severe punishment, opposing coaches heads were spinning. Ask the Mexican coach; they chopped 6 the first time and in the final they chopped another three. Even though Nacho was the MVP, there were other players such as Yahaya being the offensive thrust and made every thing click. Remember Isaac Success was injured and Awoniyi stepped up. Defensively, Nwakali & Idowu provided the platform for the offense (Yahaya) to thrive while protecting Bello and Abubakar.

This does not take anything away from this Chile squad; they are very solid. They are very well coach team and are astute defensively. They cover well for each other and one can readily see how they neutralized Brazil in the second half. They are a better defensively balanced team than Qatar, and retain the ball well. But Brazil would have chopped 7 easily against Qatar team with that apere keeper they were parading though he made some decent saves.


Was there ever any U-17 tournament in Qatar? When was that? It would be nice to do your research wellu wellu before making comparisons here o so we know una know what una dey argue about. 8-)


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Curve whiz wrote:
okuns wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

Nah, the Qatar team was far superior. They had several modes of unleashing severe punishment, opposing coaches heads were spinning. Ask the Mexican coach; they chopped 6 the first time and in the final they chopped another three. Even though Nacho was the MVP, there were other players such as Yahaya being the offensive thrust and made every thing click. Remember Isaac Success was injured and Awoniyi stepped up. Defensively, Nwakali & Idowu provided the platform for the offense (Yahaya) to thrive while protecting Bello and Abubakar.

This does not take anything away from this Chile squad; they are very solid. They are very well coach team and are astute defensively. They cover well for each other and one can readily see how they neutralized Brazil in the second half. They are a better defensively balanced team than Qatar, and retain the ball well. But Brazil would have chopped 7 easily against Qatar team with that apere keeper they were parading though he made some decent saves.


Was there ever any U-17 tournament in Qatar? When was that? It would be nice to do your research wellu wellu before making comparisons here o so we know una know what una dey argue about. 8-)

Okay, UAE... :D


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:22 am 
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Curve whiz wrote:
okuns wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

Nah, the Qatar team was far superior. They had several modes of unleashing severe punishment, opposing coaches heads were spinning. Ask the Mexican coach; they chopped 6 the first time and in the final they chopped another three. Even though Nacho was the MVP, there were other players such as Yahaya being the offensive thrust and made every thing click. Remember Isaac Success was injured and Awoniyi stepped up. Defensively, Nwakali & Idowu provided the platform for the offense (Yahaya) to thrive while protecting Bello and Abubakar.

This does not take anything away from this Chile squad; they are very solid. They are very well coach team and are astute defensively. They cover well for each other and one can readily see how they neutralized Brazil in the second half. They are a better defensively balanced team than Qatar, and retain the ball well. But Brazil would have chopped 7 easily against Qatar team with that apere keeper they were parading though he made some decent saves.


Was there ever any U-17 tournament in Qatar? When was that? It would be nice to do your research wellu wellu before making comparisons here o so we know una know what una dey argue about. 8-)


UAE QATAR who cares that's not the subject

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joao wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Take it to the bank more players from this team would easily make it to professional level because of built & physical abilities compared to previous team

Messi must be a giant then :huh: :huh: :huh:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Yea but Where is Amed Musa again; and we know why

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"It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is. If the--if he--if 'is' means is and never has been, that is not--that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement....Now, if someone had asked me on that day, are you having any kind of sexual relations with Ms. Lewinsky, that is, asked me a question in the present tense, I would have said no. And it would have been completely true."


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Dammit i missed this game :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse:

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jette1 wrote:
Curve whiz wrote:
okuns wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Qatar u17 may have been loaded with talents but current team is way more technical and yes it was not apparent initially but I think it is now obvious despite all the castigation heard here on CE at the beginning if this tourney/ even Alampasu has nothing on Udoh

Nah, the Qatar team was far superior. They had several modes of unleashing severe punishment, opposing coaches heads were spinning. Ask the Mexican coach; they chopped 6 the first time and in the final they chopped another three. Even though Nacho was the MVP, there were other players such as Yahaya being the offensive thrust and made every thing click. Remember Isaac Success was injured and Awoniyi stepped up. Defensively, Nwakali & Idowu provided the platform for the offense (Yahaya) to thrive while protecting Bello and Abubakar.

This does not take anything away from this Chile squad; they are very solid. They are very well coach team and are astute defensively. They cover well for each other and one can readily see how they neutralized Brazil in the second half. They are a better defensively balanced team than Qatar, and retain the ball well. But Brazil would have chopped 7 easily against Qatar team with that apere keeper they were parading though he made some decent saves.


Was there ever any U-17 tournament in Qatar? When was that? It would be nice to do your research wellu wellu before making comparisons here o so we know una know what una dey argue about. 8-)

UAE QATAR who cares that's not the subject

Oldboy, I care-o! I think history cares as well and for record and learning purposes, the name of the correct country need to be stated.

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when it come to U-17 football, Naija are the undisputed world champions

No nation comes even close

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Rawlings wrote:
when it come to U-17 football, Naija are the undisputed world champions

No nation comes even close


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