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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 6:01 pm 
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It must be taking a huge toll on their players and tiny country.

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A Kenyan is not qualified to mock any country when it comes to trophy drought in football. Go have some Tusker and bed wet.

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I think they'll end it.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:20 pm 
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Ogolo, your country has football drought and you are mocking a country with trophy drought. Na wa for you.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:22 pm 
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Ogolo, your country has football drought and you are mocking a country with trophy drought. Na wa for you.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Ours is recoverable..

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:53 pm 
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I've heard it all now,even in Africa Kenya is hardly known for football but yet they talk!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 8:06 pm 
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A Kenyan is not qualified to mock any country when it comes to trophy drought in football. Go have some Tusker and bed wet.


:lol: :lol:

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It must be taking a huge toll on their players and tiny country.


...Kenya with no record of no cup does have the right to talk about midget's trophy drought...
...pls. lets give Kenya mouth when it comes to Football...
...Blacky Ghana stars, wake up and shut trophy drought out...


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Ogolo wrote:
anointed wrote:
Ogolo, your country has football drought and you are mocking a country with trophy drought. Na wa for you.

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Ours is recoverable..

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Na wa! General Ogolo, I like your style :tic: :tic: :tic:

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Ogolo wrote:
It must be taking a huge toll on their players and tiny country.


:sneaky: :)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:47 pm 
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If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:58 pm 
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If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.



Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 11:17 pm 
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Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.



Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played


As you have reminded me several times in the past, this is a Nigerian football forum. Nigeria is not playing tomorrow.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:09 am 
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Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.



Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played


35 to extend to 38 years/
Almost 40years a life time :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:41 pm 
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osita wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.



Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played


35 to extend to 38 years/
Almost 40years a life time :mrgreen:



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It's taking a toll on Gyan for sure.


Black stars skipper Asamoah Gyan has expressed his frustration at the nation’s 35 year old AFCON drought.

Ghana won four AFCON titles between 1963 and 1982, but has since failed to add to them.

Asamoah Gyan, who is making his 6th AFCON tournament appearance, after making his debut in 2008 when Ghana hosted, says he is honoured to still be involved in the tournament after such a long time, but says he is more discontent at not winning the trophy after so many attempts.

“I feel blessed, because it’s not easy playing six AFCON tournaments. I still feel strong despite recent injuries which have slowed me down a bit”

“Personally I do worry a lot, even now that I am leading the team. It’s quite frustrating having this group of quality players and not taking anything home.”

“It is frustrating but we will try and make sure we carry the cup home. It is however too early to be talking about winning the trophy.”

“We just have to be more composed to do what we do best, that’s winning games and we will see what happens”.

Gyan is currently tied with Rev. Osei Kofi and Andre Ayew as Ghana’s all time leading scorer in the AFCON and is just a goal away from breaking that record.



By:Daniel Koranteng/citifmonline.com/Ghana
- See more at: http://sport.citifmonline.com/2017/01/1 ... lBSxU.dpuf

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kai make we pity them 35 years tey sha

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:18 pm 
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osita wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.
The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.
Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.
Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.

Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played

35 to extend to 38 years/
Almost 40years a life time :mrgreen:


The trophy is coming home to where it belongs

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Either Senegal or Cameroon will send the slack stars back to where they belong..They ain't got the steel, power or winning mentality to lift the trophy.


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Rawlings wrote:
osita wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.
The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.
Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.
Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.

Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played

35 to extend to 38 years/
Almost 40years a life time :mrgreen:


The trophy is coming home to where it belongs



This trophy you are such a prodigal son. Better home later than never, I guess


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Either Senegal or Cameroon will send the slack stars back to where they belong..They ain't got the steel, power or winning mentality to lift the trophy.



How did you know? Are the Ayew brothers a fraud?

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Rawlings wrote:
osita wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.
The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.
Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.
Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.

Tune in tomorrow to see how the game should be played

35 to extend to 38 years/
Almost 40years a life time :mrgreen:


The trophy is coming home to where it belongs

...wRongling...the trophy beer don reach home yet...?
... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ...


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vancity eagle wrote:
If they can get their act together , they can definately win this thing.

The teams here are mediocre so far, it will not take much for a well disciplined team with a few match winners, to win this thing.

Despite their poor start today, I think it is still between CIV and Ghana.

Something about Senegal just doesn't sit right with me.


The Vancity jinx strikes again!


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