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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oloye,

Did you write all this based on watching one game? I am indeed surprised as it appears to capture all that people have complained about.

Let us just say I try to savour everything around me, especially in the football environment. When you are able to come close to the management you see a lot more.

I was acknowledged by the Lobi team so I got to sit right beside their management, most of whom were friends and colleagues. Everything I wrote,I saw..the ex players bus caught my eyes as it was parked beside the team bus. I saw CCC in the VIP box with a team of ex...I walked over to shake his hands, he remains my hero since childhood,I still gush with excitement just seeing him.

If I am right I think Akuneto is the coach, I recognise him as one of those players I played against before. The bench was all former boys. They have some Enugu ish going on around the team..this I got from the comment of a friend around.

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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oloye,

Did you write all this based on watching one game? I am indeed surprised as it appears to capture all that people have complained about.

Let us just say I try to savour everything around me, especially in the football environment. When you are able to come close to the management you see a lot more.

I was acknowledged by the Lobi team so I got to sit right beside their management, most of whom were friends and colleagues. Everything I wrote,I saw..the ex players bus caught my eyes as it was parked beside the team bus. I saw CCC in the VIP box with a team of ex...I walked over to shake his hands, he remains my hero since childhood,I still gush with excitement just seeing him.

If I am right I think Akuneto is the coach, I recognise him as one of those players I played against before. The bench was all former boys. They have some Enugu ish going on around the team..this I got from the comment of a friend around.


The sad thing for the club is that the insularity was a factor in making the club trophyless. Now after a championship, everyone wanted back in. But one must also acknowledge that there are serious money issues with the club as well.

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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oga Oloye, the highlighted is one of the mysteries I've always mused about concerning the Nigerian league...
Everytime a team plays away, the team plays crap...Lobi Stars that you gushed about; watch them play an away game and you won't believe its the same team you saw at Makurdi...

Maybe, someone like you who played in the domestic league could give an insight to the reason our clubs always play way below their level at away games...
Surely, the reason cannot solely be the poor welfare of players..?

To be sure, this is a new phenomenom; I followed the local league in the 80s and this was not the case...

How can Nigerian clubs do well in the continent when they cannot even perform well in away games within Nigerian shores...

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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oga Oloye, the highlighted is one of the mysteries I've always mused about concerning the Nigerian league...
Everytime a team plays away, the team plays crap...Lobi Stars that you gushed about; watch them play an away game and you won't believe its the same team you saw at Makurdi...

Maybe, someone like you who played in the domestic league could give an insight to the reason our clubs always play way below their level at away games...
Surely, the reason cannot solely be the poor welfare of players..?

To be sure, this is a new phenomenom; I followed the local league in the 80s and this was not the case...

How can Nigerian clubs do well in the continent when they cannot even perform well in away games within Nigerian shores...

It is a psychological thing,teams go away games expecting to be robbed. So they approach the game in a negative manner. An away draw is as good as a win..so the target is usually a draw.

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oloye wrote:
Anyway I am enjoying naija, they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oloye, an economy being in recession does not mean the number of rich people is now zero. It doesn't even necessarily mean the number of rich people reduces. Depending on which economy you are talking about, the nature/length of the recession, and what you mean by "middle class", there might not even have been an overly significant alteration in the size of the "middle class" by the end of the recession, relative to what it was the recession started.

However, Nigeria is not rich enough (even in those years when our economy is supposedly "booming"), nor are we politically managed well enough (regardless of who is in charge), to afford to be in recession for long (or at all).

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Anyway I am enjoying naija, they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Oloye, an economy being in recession does not mean the number of rich people is now zero. It doesn't even necessarily mean the number of rich people reduces. Depending on which economy you are talking about, the nature/length of the recession, and what you mean by "middle class", there might not even have been an overly significant alteration in the size of the "middle class" by the end of the recession, relative to what it was the recession started.

However, Nigeria is not rich enough (even in those years when our economy is supposedly "booming"), nor are we politically managed well enough (regardless of who is in charge), to afford to be in recession for long (or at all).

My brother am not talking of rich people oh.....am talking of average naija joints. The last time I was in naija was in 2014, to be honest the level of flenjoing and igbaladun I see this time around has left me confused as to the real situation on the ground. There are joints everywhere unlike before where most would be empty, they are full and alive every night. Maybe the people are drinking away their despair or maybe they have simply chosen to drown it with bottle of beer.

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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Dean Oloye, well done oo! Yes, this is the story of Rangers 2017, back to the habits that kept us down for 32 years. Abeg, enjoy your leave, Rangers will rise again...soon.


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oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Dean Oloye, well done oo! Yes, this is the story of Rangers 2017, back to the habits that kept us down for 32 years. Abeg, enjoy your leave, Rangers will rise again...soon.

Thanks my broda...yes oh Rangers must rise and live forever!

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oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:

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Gotti wrote:
oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


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Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


OLOYE Baba:
Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


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Toxicarrow wrote:
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oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


OLOYE Baba:
Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Would have been tempted to travel down to Enugu to watch, but who wants to watch a one sided encounter?

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zee wrote:
Toxicarrow wrote:
Gotti wrote:
oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


OLOYE Baba:
Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


Nigeria's El clasico :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


OLOYE Baba:
Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Would have been tempted to travel down to Enugu to watch, but who wants to watch a one sided encounter?


Hmmm....excuse don dey happen. Abeg say the truth: fear dey catch you that Rangers would be disgraced.

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Rangers 1-1 3SC
Katsina 2-1 Lobi
Enyimba 3-0 Tornadoes
Plateau Utd 3-0 Akwa Utd
Gombe Utd 2-0 El-Kanemi
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Toxicarrow wrote:
oloye wrote:
Toxicarrow wrote:
Gotti wrote:
oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!

Well done Bros Oloye.... :clap:


OLOYE Baba:
Abeg make sure you land in Enugu on Sunday (July 9th) because the Oluyole Warriors will be the guests of your agbero Rangers that day. It will be great for you to see how Oluyole Warriors will walk out of Coal City with 3 points on Sunday. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Would have been tempted to travel down to Enugu to watch, but who wants to watch a one sided encounter?


Hmmm....excuse don dey happen. Abeg say the truth: fear dey catch you that Rangers would be disgraced.


So, Oloye, did you see how Oluyole Warriors torture Rangers yesterday?
For two seasons in a row, Rangers have not recorded any victory over 3SC.
It has been Oluyole Warriors' affairs all through - 2 wins and 2 ties. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


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So, Oloye, did you see how Oluyole Warriors torture Rangers yesterday?
For two seasons in a row, Rangers have not recorded any victory over 3SC.
It has been Oluyole Warriors' affairs all through - 2 wins and 2 ties. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


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truetalk wrote:
oloye wrote:
Currently in Naija and was privileged to watch my Rangers get mauled in Makudi by Lobi stars. The saving grace for Rangers was that Lobi were wasteful in front of goals....it could easily have been six.

I don't know if Rangers were poor ni o or Lobi were simply too good. But the game was entertaining and standard of play quite impressive, especially Lobi. They have a boy in their midfield he plays as DM, but he bossed the middle with his calmness,vision and fighting ability. I hope he is not a flash because he stood out above the others in the park.
Rangers came in with a nonsense approach trying to kill the game with the shenanigans of going down from every niggling touch. It was a stupid approach in a game that they had the edge in the opening minutes. I did not see anything special about Rangers nor did I spot any player that caught the eye save for one short winger they had.
I can see why they were bundled out of the continent and why they have struggled. By the way I also noticed an unhealthy heavy presence of the ex players. They even have their own bus which brought them down to Makurdi, this cannot augur well for the team. It appears they all hover around the club like vultures looking for scraps. I hope am wrong,the criteria for coaching or working for Rangers should not solely be because you an an ex, it should be closely tied to competence. The guy I saw prancing the touchline like a tout cannot be Rangers coach... Nooo....the status of Rangers is bigger than that image I saw on the touchline.

Anyway I am enjoying naija,they say recession..what recession, joints are packed full every night. Isi-ewu has suffered from my hands down here..Amadioha fire all the harbingers of fake and hate news!


Be careful how you flash pounds O!

Holla if you come to Lagos.

Hahaha I wish I have pounds to flash. Thanks for the offer unfortunately I won't be coming anywhere near Lagos. No plans to do so on this trip. Spending quality time with my in-laws ,stuffing myself with piundo somewhere in Benue state :D

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Gotti wrote:
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So, Oloye, did you see how Oluyole Warriors torture Rangers yesterday?
For two seasons in a row, Rangers have not recorded any victory over 3SC.
It has been Oluyole Warriors' affairs all through - 2 wins and 2 ties. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

How I wish the result could help Shooting,unfortunately not so. These Ibadan stars are about tone dimmed for another season

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I think it is time for MFM to look at building a bigger stadium to generate more revenue. Sell stocks to help finance the new stadium. Government must be banned from owning stocks or any interest in the club. Must remain a strictly privately owned club.

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I think it is time for MFM to look at building a bigger stadium to generate more revenue. Sell stocks to help finance the new stadium. Government must be banned from owning stocks or any interest in the club. Must remain a strictly privately owned club.


Bros, very few clubs have become viable in the long term as stock companies, let alone having this type of ownership in the Nigerian environment.

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Probably NPFL's best coach for some years now. Others include Boboye and Ogunbote.

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https://www.supersport.com/football/nigeria/news/170714/Akwa_Utd_play_best_football_in_NPFL

Akwa United head coach Abdu Maikaba reckons his side play the most aesthetic brand of football in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).

The experienced trainer has hit great heights with the Promise Keepers this term following his departure from Wikki Tourists at the end of last season.
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United currently occupy fourth spot on the NPFL standings and have suffered only two defeats in their last 11 domestic matches.

“Yes, I agree that we are playing some of the best football in the NPFL currently,” Maikaba told supersport.com.

“But I cannot mark my own exams script myself but since people are saying it too (that Akwa United plays some of the best football in the division), it is not far from the truth.

“I am happy that people are rating us high,” he said.

Akwa United sit just three points away from the Caf Champions League qualification spots in the NPFL standings and they have played a game less than the three sides currently above them on the log.

With just 10 more rounds of matches to go this season, the Uyo club are within striking distance of a place on the continent next term.

Maikaba however insists that only total focus from all stakeholders of the club will see them achieve set objectives at the end of the season.

“If we want to achieve our objectives this season (of getting a Caf Champions League ticket), we have to remain focussed.

“We also have to continue working hard as we have from the beginning of the season.

“I believe we got to our present position through focus and hard work and to maintain it, we must continue on that path,” he concluded.

Akwa United return to NPFL action on Sunday when they face Gombe United at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium as the competition enters Matchday 29.

A win for United on Sunday in Uyo could see them move to second on the standings, depending on results elsewhere.

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