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Some Reasons for the Loss to South Africa are Laughable
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Author:  Enugu II [ Fri Jun 16, 2017 12:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Some Reasons for the Loss to South Africa are Laughable

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Every Nigerian loss is followed by clairvoyant reasons dredged up to explain the loss. It isn't one reason but a multiple of reasons that usually come up. This tyranny of explanations can go from the logical to the bizarre. Thus, the explanations that emerged after a 0-2 loss to South Africa in Uyo was expectedly full of reasons.


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Visitors' match balls
The players reportedly slammed the Federation for not providing approved match balls for practice and for the game. Instead, the Federation borrowed balls from the visiting South African team. While balls may be different in how they are made, the difference at this level is quite minuscule. If the South Africans had the ball advantage, how about Nigerians having the field advantage? This is simply a tale by the moonlight for which a grade of D is the maximum for such a tale.


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Author:  Polly [ Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Some Reasons for the Loss to South Africa are Laughable

We are simply bad losers.

But this loss could is to our advantage. If we are serious, we know what we have to do. It is better than losing Samson Siasia style, in the dying seconds of the final qualifier. If you believe in the elements, the loss to SA is the manure in the soil of the farmer in the planting season.

Author:  Rawlings [ Fri Jun 16, 2017 7:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Some Reasons for the Loss to South Africa are Laughable

Borders on insanity

I feel vindicated I chose my father's side :)

Author:  Obong [ Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Some Reasons for the Loss to South Africa are Laughable

Thanks, EnuguII for the poignant article. If we fail to learn from this deserved loss to South Africa, we'll be condemned to repeating it at an even worse gradient against Cameroun, whether we play in Uyo, Port Harcourt, or Pastor Adeboye's backyard!

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