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 Post subject: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 11:28 pm 
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The boy looks like a real gem, I doubt we can get him to commit to SE.


Is he Dutch too? Looks like he had a Holland shirt on his in this interview

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Nope,
the boy is a genetically" 100% nigerian but born and raised in Germany.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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DAgrin wrote:
Nope,
the boy is a genetically" 100% nigerian but born and raised in Germany.


The is a 100% German product. Will he want to join our bonus payment fight?

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
DAgrin wrote:
Nope,
the boy is a genetically" 100% nigerian but born and raised in Germany.


The is a 100% German product. Will he want to join our bonus payment fight?


I'm not sure. He will play for the German U-20 team at the WYC.
Nevertheless his dad is a former Super Eagles international.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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DAgrin wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
DAgrin wrote:
Nope,
the boy is a genetically" 100% nigerian but born and raised in Germany.


The is a 100% German product. Will he want to join our bonus payment fight?


I'm not sure. He will play for the German U-20 team at the WYC.
Nevertheless his dad is a former Super Eagles international.

His dad, Ojokojo played for Shooting Stars and not the Super Eagles.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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This is one player, the NFF and Rohr should go all out to convince to play for Nigeria. He is a CD/LB, 2 positions where we are short of quality at the moment. If his father needs to be spoken to, get his former colleagues to do it. We need this boy in the SE ASAP. He is only 18 and will give Nigeria many years of service. Leon Balogun speak to him as well.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Dammy wrote:
This is one player, the NFF and Rohr should go all out to convince to play for Nigeria. He is a CD/LB, 2 positions where we are short of quality at the moment. If his father needs to be spoken to, get his former colleagues to do it. We need this boy in the SE ASAP. He is only 18 and will give Nigeria many years of service. Leon Balogun speak to him as well.


BS.........the only way he will play for the SE is ONLY if he is not good enough for Germany.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.


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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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nzeogwu wrote:
Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.

Are you minding the BS?

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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The lad is not only good on the field, he is also intelligent academically. He will write his A levels exam next week before representing Germany at the WYC. I wish him luck!

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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nzeogwu wrote:
Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.



Maybe u should follow your own advice because the boy is going to the wyc with Germany and might be fastracked into the senior team if he keeps playing well.

http://owngoalnigeria.com/2017/05/14/bu ... h-germany/

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.


You are spurting Nonsense as usual.....................he will only play for Nigeria IF he is not good enough for Germany.
I don't have time for your silly kindergarten fantasy 'misguided' dreams.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Yiba wrote:
The lad is not only good on the field, he is also intelligent academically. He will write his A levels exam next week before representing Germany at the WYC. I wish him luck!

No biggie ......................most German players have their A levels 'cos of the system of moving talented(sports) kids to special schools(A levels) that take care of their sporting and academic needs .

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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zee wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:
Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.


You are spurting Nonsense as usual.....................he will only play for Nigeria IF he is not good enough for Germany.
I don't have time for your silly kindergarten fantasy 'misguided' dreams.

Bollocks, you are not part of the decision making process as to whether Jordan will play for Nigeria or not. You know neither the player, his father or agent. You are just full of hot air.
All i know from a reliable source is that discussions are going on and no one can tell where it will end. So enough of the blustering!

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Dammy wrote:
zee wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:
Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.


You are spurting Nonsense as usual.....................he will only play for Nigeria IF he is not good enough for Germany.
I don't have time for your silly kindergarten fantasy 'misguided' dreams.

Bollocks, you are not part of the decision making process as to whether Jordan will play for Nigeria or not. You know neither the player, his father or agent. You are just full of hot air.
All i know from a reliable source is that discussions are going on and no one can tell where it will end. So enough of the blustering!


The boy will play for Germany from all indications.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Dammy wrote:
zee wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:
Don't assume what you don't know. The Ojokojo that I have known since 1980 is unlikely to have his child play for Germany at the senior level. Stating that he is 100% a product of the German youth system and not crediting anything to his fathers influence in football is purely inaccurate. This is the same rubbish that was peddled around about Aina and Akpom.


You are spurting Nonsense as usual.....................he will only play for Nigeria IF he is not good enough for Germany.
I don't have time for your silly kindergarten fantasy 'misguided' dreams.

Bollocks, you are not part of the decision making process as to whether Jordan will play for Nigeria or not. You know neither the player, his father or agent. You are just full of hot air.
All i know from a reliable source is that discussions are going on and no one can tell where it will end. So enough of the blustering!


The boy will play for Germany from all indications.

Let's wait and see.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Of the 3 really good Nigerian German kids that play centreback (Akpoguma, Uduokhai and Torunarigha) I actually like our chances of landing Torunarigha the best. No doubt ability to play for Germany factors into any decision but doesn't automatically rule us out.


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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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I read an article about Torunarigha and his father.
His father was quoted that his son was contacted by middlemen of the NFF to commit to Nigeria and then said "We don't want".
I guess his father prefers to see him play for Germany.
For reasons I'm not aware of - maybe own disappointment or bad experiences with the NFF.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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DAgrin wrote:
I read an article about Torunarigha and his father.
His father was quoted that his son was contacted by middlemen of the NFF to commit to Nigeria and then said "We don't want".
I guess his father prefers to see him play for Germany.
For reasons I'm not aware of - maybe own disappointment or bad experiences with the NFF.



O pari! The end ni opin cinema.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Here is the article were the father said, they do not want NFF's interest on Jordan.

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Yiba wrote:


The link below is even more emphatic that he does not wish to play for Nigeria:

http://www.90min.de/de/posts/4940069-he ... ia-spielen

We need players like him, but it is even more important that the players strongly want to represent the country. The desire should be key.


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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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Nice goal. Good luck to him at the U-20's

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 Post subject: Re: TORUNARIGHA DON HANG
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All the best to young Jordan! He will do well for Germany.
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