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How all the corruption charges flying around never touched him is one of our modern miracles.

I actually think we should commend him for that. He did not bring disgrace to Africa unlike other heads of continental football bodies.

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At last, i will never ever forget, how many times this man has robed Nigeria of the nations cup. The unforgettable one is the 1988 cup in nation. That Nwosu goal will never leave my memory. Not to talk of the penalty they dash Roger Miller. Unforgivable, unforgettably?


What about the Ikpeba penalty in Lagos in 2000? Ball crossed the line and goal was not given.


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At last, i will never ever forget, how many times this man has robed Nigeria of the nations cup. The unforgettable one is the 1988 cup in nation. That Nwosu goal will never leave my memory. Not to talk of the penalty they dash Roger Miller. Unforgivable, unforgettably?


What about the Ikpeba penalty in Lagos in 2000? Ball crossed the line and goal was not given.

Did you know, the ball crossed the line when he shot the penalty?


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Nigeria will now win all future ANC titles now since it's Hayatou that has been blocking us. :taunt: :taunt:

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I wish this fool chose his words carefully. You have just won an election and your posture and words should be graceful. It is not that the 29 years of Issa Hayatou were a complete disaster. If change must come, let it come and when it comes, at least be graceful and magnanimous in your victory. Silly goat! :boo:


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Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....



:lol: :lol: :lol:

So Uncle Wenger is now in the same category as Mugabe? :rotf:

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I wish this fool chose his words carefully. You have just won an election and your posture and words should be graceful. It is not that the 29 years of Issa Hayatou were a complete disaster. If change must come, let it come and when it comes, at least be graceful and magnanimous in your victory. Silly goat! :boo:


What did he achieve for Africa?

When you have listed them, then subtract that from what he achieved for himself. Then add what Africa could've achieved without him...

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Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....



:lol: :lol: :lol:

So Uncle Wenger is now in the same category as Mugabe? :rotf:

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1naija wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....



:lol: :lol: :lol:

So Uncle Wenger is now in the same category as Mugabe? :rotf:


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Hayatou reign is over...!!!!!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

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At last, i will never ever forget, how many times this man has robed Nigeria of the nations cup. The unforgettable one is the 1988 cup in nation. That Nwosu goal will never leave my memory. Not to talk of the penalty they dash Roger Miller. Unforgivable, unforgettably?


What about the Ikpeba penalty in Lagos in 2000? Ball crossed the line and goal was not given.

Did you know, the ball crossed the line when he shot the penalty?

It's not his job to know. The people whose job it is dropped the ball.

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Congrats to the new President. A few years ago, Hayatou said the last term would be his last one. I was shocked when I heard he was running again.
I wish these positions had term limits. The idea that someone will be in office for decades is just sick.

Bepanda


Same script from incumbents. They end up having several last terms. It also signals the incumbent has run out of ideas but still wants to be Boss. Hayatou has / had no vision for CAF. For those that remember the AFCON in the 90s (1990, 1994) etc and what it is now ...you' see what happens when you have a leadership without vision, without purpose and one that adds no value. The value of what they're "leading" suffers....they suck life out of the darn thing. Empty stadiums, shuddy preparations, non-holistic view of things. The AFCON should have at least been moved to once every 3 years if not 4 years BUT the old guard sees AFCON only from the lens of the revenue they get from it every two years. They do not and did not consider the possibility of getting more revenue even for a 3 or 4 yr format that is well marketed, planned while also lessening the weight it puts on the value of our African Players that play in Europe. Totally lacking in imagination . This is one of the best football news for me in a while.

Typical of African incumbents, they never know when its time to resign and dodge the embarrassment. #whathappenswhenyou'rehighonyourowncoolade

They should've made the AFCON an every four year event after they introduced the CHAN; the CHAN can hold every other year preceding and after the AFCON.

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camex wrote:
Goldleaf wrote:
tunde72 wrote:
At last, i will never ever forget, how many times this man has robed Nigeria of the nations cup. The unforgettable one is the 1988 cup in nation. That Nwosu goal will never leave my memory. Not to talk of the penalty they dash Roger Miller. Unforgivable, unforgettably?


What about the Ikpeba penalty in Lagos in 2000? Ball crossed the line and goal was not given.

Did you know, the ball crossed the line when he shot the penalty?

It's not his job to know. The people whose job it is dropped the ball.

Yes, I know, but to claim he robbed Nigeria, one has to show intent,no?


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Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....

Sepp Blatter.

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camex wrote:
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tunde72 wrote:
At last, i will never ever forget, how many times this man has robed Nigeria of the nations cup. The unforgettable one is the 1988 cup in nation. That Nwosu goal will never leave my memory. Not to talk of the penalty they dash Roger Miller. Unforgivable, unforgettably?


What about the Ikpeba penalty in Lagos in 2000? Ball crossed the line and goal was not given.

Did you know, the ball crossed the line when he shot the penalty?

:rotf:

Trying to rewrite history.

Ikpeba himself never knew. He even lamented about the miss in real time.

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From now on, Cameroon's indomitable lions are dead. Long live African football.


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E don shele.

For the first time in my life, I know of another CAF President other than the dictator and conspirator Hayatou.

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....

Amen ooooh but might still want Mugabe :twisted:


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1naija wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Finally! Hayatou, Biya, Wenger, Mugabe.....



:lol: :lol: :lol:

So Uncle Wenger is now in the same category as Mugabe? :rotf:



Mugabe in long coat = Wenger

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