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TAMMY ABRAHAM ✭ THE TERMINATOR ✭ Skills & Goals ✭ 2016-2017 part 1


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Already the best striker of nigerian heritage in my opinion.
I hope Rohr and the NFF are working behind the scenes to get him.
That is one player we can't afford to lose if we want to further progress and become a quality side that can compete with the best on the planet.
The strikers we currently have in the mix just don't cut it.

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DAgrin wrote:
Already the best striker of nigerian heritage in my opinion.
I hope Rohr and the NFF are working behind the scenes to get him.
That is one player we can't afford to lose if we want to further progress and become a quality side that can compete with the best on the planet.
The strikers we currently have in the mix just don't cut it.


according to some on this site - he already said yes (obviously it clear they are just making up false stories as day goes by)


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The boy is useless. :boo:

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You guys never learn. I remember watching Uchebo on youtube and drooling...until...as they say the rest is history. People were hyping Aina, i have watched the guy a couple of times and i am wondering if i am watching another Aina. This time last year it was Ejaria..like typical english product he has not been able to navigate or find the gear to the next level. And please dont get me started on the Aibee noise. I watched Tammy last friday..all i saw was a decent player at a level that cannot be said to be the top. Someone is already calling him the best striker we've got...wao! If i may ask on what basis? Banging goals at the top of EPL or Nationwide? Yes we can invite him since he plays regularly but be wary of english products...they have no second level value.

Look at the pathetic state of Aibee at Bournemouth his second level is the bench....

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:20 pm 
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DAgrin wrote:
Already the best striker of nigerian heritage in my opinion.
I hope Rohr and the NFF are working behind the scenes to get him.
That is one player we can't afford to lose if we want to further progress and become a quality side that can compete with the best on the planet.
The strikers we currently have in the mix just don't cut it.


I prefer Osimhen. Much more skill and control on the ball. But we'll see how Osimhen's jump to the senior level goes.


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You guys never learn. I remember watching Uchebo on youtube and drooling...until...as they say the rest is history. People were hyping Aina, i have watched the guy a couple of times and i am wondering if i am watching another Aina. This time last year it was Ejaria..like typical english product he has not been able to navigate or find the gear to the next level. And please dont get me started on the Aibee noise. I watched Tammy last friday..all i saw was a decent player at a level that cannot be said to be the top. Someone is already calling him the best striker we've got...wao! If i may ask on what basis? Banging goals at the top of EPL or Nationwide? Yes we can invite him since he plays regularly but be wary of english products...they have no second level value.

Look at the pathetic state of Aibee at Bournemouth his second level is the bench....


You make a major logical mistake.
The fact that wastepipes have been hyped on CE does not mean that anybody who is praised here turns out to be useless.
Some players are hyped and disappear soon after and some become major hits.
I can spot your deviation against everything english cleary as you smell colo-mentality almost everywhere.
To me this is much more a minority compex than those who are open minded for potential players from wherever they come from or where they were raised.
Furthermore it is means an insult to deprecatingly call boys like Tammy or Aina English without further knowing their cultural background.
Some of these boys are very proud on their Nigerian heritage and to me their English background does not make they less suitable and worthy to wear the GWG than our "native" players.

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Tammy Abraham will soon light up the EPL - you can take that to the bank.
Hopefully it won't be too late than as England might be faster to spot his potential.

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marutimon wrote:
DAgrin wrote:
Already the best striker of nigerian heritage in my opinion.
I hope Rohr and the NFF are working behind the scenes to get him.
That is one player we can't afford to lose if we want to further progress and become a quality side that can compete with the best on the planet.
The strikers we currently have in the mix just don't cut it.


I prefer Osimhen. Much more skill and control on the ball. But we'll see how Osimhen's jump to the senior level goes.


I know these skills are just for entertainment but not everybody of Tammy's size looks this comfortable on the ball and has such a good control.


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Sure. But I've seen better control and first touch from Osimhen nin full stride. I just hope he hasn't regressed.

He's the closest thing to a Drogba since Lukaku.


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DAgrin wrote:
oloye wrote:
You guys never learn. I remember watching Uchebo on youtube and drooling...until...as they say the rest is history. People were hyping Aina, i have watched the guy a couple of times and i am wondering if i am watching another Aina. This time last year it was Ejaria..like typical english product he has not been able to navigate or find the gear to the next level. And please dont get me started on the Aibee noise. I watched Tammy last friday..all i saw was a decent player at a level that cannot be said to be the top. Someone is already calling him the best striker we've got...wao! If i may ask on what basis? Banging goals at the top of EPL or Nationwide? Yes we can invite him since he plays regularly but be wary of english products...they have no second level value.

Look at the pathetic state of Aibee at Bournemouth his second level is the bench....


You make a major logical mistake.
The fact that wastepipes have been hyped on CE does not mean that anybody who is praised here turns out to be useless.
Some players are hyped and disappear soon after and some become major hits.
I can spot your deviation against everything english cleary as you smell colo-mentality almost everywhere.
To me this is much more a minority compex than those who are open minded for potential players from wherever they come from or where they were raised.
Furthermore it is means an insult to deprecatingly call boys like Tammy or Aina English without further knowing their cultural background.
Some of these boys are very proud on their Nigerian heritage and to me their English background does not make they less suitable and worthy to wear the GWG than our "native" players.

Bookmark this thread.
Tammy Abraham will soon light up the EPL - you can take that to the bank.
Hopefully it won't be too late than as England might be faster to spot his potential.

Dude if you do not understand what i mean by calling them english product, no point trying to read anything or analyse anything into it. These were brought up and raised in the english football system....keyword here is football. I am not anti british, but i am wary of their footballing culture and until the products prove me wrong i stick to my gun. I started my arguement by using Uchebo, yet you ignore that bit.

I also said i believe he has potentials but until he takes it to the next level ,i am not buying into any hype. Now where did that say i have ruled hm out? Or is it too much to ask for a player aspiring to play for Nigeria that such should rise to the next level by playing at the top?

Abeg leave me oh...i am not buying into anymore youtube sales pitch.... :lol:

By the way as much as i bash the half baked english product, i also acknowledge the few exceptions..the likes of Ashley Cole, Terry, Lampard, Gerrald, Rio, Sol to mention a few....but most of them generally do not have gear 2. Especially when asked to play in an environment where football is not about running,, crosses and headers alone..where they are expected to retain control in tight places, be patient and think more. :lol:

Biko when he starts to light up the place like Rashford(he is still subject to the same syndrome though), then you guys can start making the kind of noise that i am hearing on this thread.

All i am saying is, just say that he has potentials, i will have no problem with that, but to start waxing the nursey rhymes he is the best striker we have...now that is over the top hype.

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I think we need to cap him and I'm not just talking in friendly. We need to give him about 30mins or a sub role in a proper game. We need to play the game. We don't have to show interest once the horse has bolted when the player come good.
That was how we missed out on Alaba. It's not every player England caps that makes the national team. We need to show interest in players of Naija origin so they can show interest in Naija.

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He looks like a decent targetman. Do he have a realistic shot at getting him though?

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metalalloy wrote:
He looks like a decent targetman. Do he have a realistic shot at getting him though?

If we can get him ,get him. You have to open the communication links first, if he wants to play for us cool. But no automatic flinging of shirts around..because some of these negotiations come with a certain demand for play time.

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oloye wrote:
metalalloy wrote:
He looks like a decent targetman. Do he have a realistic shot at getting him though?

If we can get him ,get him. You have to open the communication links first, if he wants to play for us cool. But no automatic flinging of shirts around..because some of these negotiations come with a certain demand for play time.



I agree. I haven't seen any Naija prospect in the position to demand an automatic shirt. The SE appears to be on the cusp of turning things around, if we can get 4 pts from the Cameroun WCQ, that will make us even more marketable to these players with options. I think he should be approached (if he hasnt been already) and if he says no, we move on.

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He says that we are currently "brainwashed" into believing that the Premier League is the best competition in the world, and that we are now a long way off dominating the Champions League again.
Gary Neville: Mirror: 12/23/14

I think Spain’s by far the best league.
Scholes. UK Guardian 9/6/16


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oloye wrote:
DAgrin wrote:
oloye wrote:
You guys never learn. I remember watching Uchebo on youtube and drooling...until...as they say the rest is history. People were hyping Aina, i have watched the guy a couple of times and i am wondering if i am watching another Aina. This time last year it was Ejaria..like typical english product he has not been able to navigate or find the gear to the next level. And please dont get me started on the Aibee noise. I watched Tammy last friday..all i saw was a decent player at a level that cannot be said to be the top. Someone is already calling him the best striker we've got...wao! If i may ask on what basis? Banging goals at the top of EPL or Nationwide? Yes we can invite him since he plays regularly but be wary of english products...they have no second level value.

Look at the pathetic state of Aibee at Bournemouth his second level is the bench....


You make a major logical mistake.
The fact that wastepipes have been hyped on CE does not mean that anybody who is praised here turns out to be useless.
Some players are hyped and disappear soon after and some become major hits.
I can spot your deviation against everything english cleary as you smell colo-mentality almost everywhere.
To me this is much more a minority compex than those who are open minded for potential players from wherever they come from or where they were raised.
Furthermore it is means an insult to deprecatingly call boys like Tammy or Aina English without further knowing their cultural background.
Some of these boys are very proud on their Nigerian heritage and to me their English background does not make they less suitable and worthy to wear the GWG than our "native" players.

Bookmark this thread.
Tammy Abraham will soon light up the EPL - you can take that to the bank.
Hopefully it won't be too late than as England might be faster to spot his potential.

Dude if you do not understand what i mean by calling them english product, no point trying to read anything or analyse anything into it. These were brought up and raised in the english football system....keyword here is football. I am not anti british, but i am wary of their footballing culture and until the products prove me wrong i stick to my gun. I started my arguement by using Uchebo, yet you ignore that bit.

I also said i believe he has potentials but until he takes it to the next level ,i am not buying into any hype. Now where did that say i have ruled hm out? Or is it too much to ask for a player aspiring to play for Nigeria that such should rise to the next level by playing at the top?

Abeg leave me oh...i am not buying into anymore youtube sales pitch.... :lol:

By the way as much as i bash the half baked english product, i also acknowledge the few exceptions..the likes of Ashley Cole, Terry, Lampard, Gerrald, Rio, Sol to mention a few....but most of them generally do not have gear 2. Especially when asked to play in an environment where football is not about running,, crosses and headers alone..where they are expected to retain control in tight places, be patient and think more. :lol:

Biko when he starts to light up the place like Rashford(he is still subject to the same syndrome though), then you guys can start making the kind of noise that i am hearing on this thread.

All i am saying is, just say that he has potentials, i will have no problem with that, but to start waxing the nursey rhymes he is the best striker we have...now that is over the top hype.

Kpom!! I was speaking to one Brazilian guy, the guy was with kaka up to 18 but got injured, the guy looked at the pitch some boys outside our office were training on, he was screaming no way!!! He said its too big, it should be smaller, they have too much time to think and run, He said they shouldn't even be playing on surface like those till they are 15. It has to be small tight space and holding the ball

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Prince wrote:
Kpom!! I was speaking to one Brazilian guy, the guy was with kaka up to 18 but got injured, the guy looked at the pitch some boys outside our office were training on, he was screaming no way!!! He said its too big, it should be smaller, they have too much time to think and run, He said they shouldn't even be playing on surface like those till they are 15. It has to be small tight space and holding the ball



This world is such an unfair place. One day, you are training with Kaka, the future prince of Milan, the next day, you find yourself selling hanky with the fake prince of idumota.

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Gary Neville: Mirror: 12/23/14

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metalalloy wrote:
Prince wrote:
Kpom!! I was speaking to one Brazilian guy, the guy was with kaka up to 18 but got injured, the guy looked at the pitch some boys outside our office were training on, he was screaming no way!!! He said its too big, it should be smaller, they have too much time to think and run, He said they shouldn't even be playing on surface like those till they are 15. It has to be small tight space and holding the ball



This world is such an unfair place. One day, you are training with Kaka, the future prince of Milan, the next day, you find yourself selling hanky with the fake prince of idumota.

I know right :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: doesn't really like to talk about football much actually

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Prince wrote:
metalalloy wrote:
Prince wrote:
Kpom!! I was speaking to one Brazilian guy, the guy was with kaka up to 18 but got injured, the guy looked at the pitch some boys outside our office were training on, he was screaming no way!!! He said its too big, it should be smaller, they have too much time to think and run, He said they shouldn't even be playing on surface like those till they are 15. It has to be small tight space and holding the ball



This world is such an unfair place. One day, you are training with Kaka, the future prince of Milan, the next day, you find yourself selling hanky with the fake prince of idumota.

I know right :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: doesn't really like to talk about football much actually


So in Oloye's statement the one wey catch your eyes na the small tory about the Brazilian? kai :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Still think Abraham would be an upgrade on everyone we've played as a striker in the past couple of years. Iheanacho is ahead od him, possibly Osimhen, but he would be a great take.


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marutimon wrote:
Still think Abraham would be an upgrade on everyone we've played as a striker in the past couple of years. Iheanacho is ahead od him, possibly Osimhen, but he would be a great take.

on what basis..of course you have the right to personal opinion, but since you have made it public, curious minds like me could not resist asking what is this optimism premised upon. :)

Biko i hope you are not relying on youtube clips? The reason i asked is because a compilation of 10 goals viewed from different angles and replayed 2 or 3 times can play tricks on people's mind. Kai Uchebo got me .... :D

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