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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 2:41 pm 
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Bp, agbim holds that title


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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 3:14 pm 
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Cellular wrote:
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I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...



Our great grand uncle, your post seems based on "I did not watch the match" but here is my players rating. How do you know he inspires no confidence in his defenders? Did you talk to any of the defenders? How are you sure the defenders inspire confidence in him. The South African players were dicing and slicing our midfield like they were 11 peles and here we are talking about a goalkeeper inspiring confidence. If owngoal is to be believed this time, Rohr is right in focusing on finding a credible striker. You cannot defend well consistently if you are constantly under pressure because every time you have the ball upfront you are turning it back to the opponent. I have played this game at the highest level (the bay Area co-ed league) and I will tell you that no goalkeeper will be successful being under constant pressure for 90 minutes. Eventually, you are going to let in a goal or 2 no matter how much confidence you inspire in a weak back four. Just ask Vincent Enyeama how he held up against Argentina after being bombarded constantly because our defense could not prevent Di Maria and Messi from terrorizing us.

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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you this 1naija you get audacity for that your big mouth to claim you played the game at a very high level :lol: you are a joke...if you did, then i played in the worldcup u17 :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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john12 wrote:
Bp, agbim holds that title

At lest Agbim could block shots with his pot belly!!!


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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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1naija wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...



Our great grand uncle, your post seems based on "I did not watch the match" but here is my players rating. How do you know he inspires no confidence in his defenders? Did you talk to any of the defenders? How are you sure the defenders inspire confidence in him. The South African players were dicing and slicing our midfield like they were 11 peles and here we are talking about a goalkeeper inspiring confidence. If owngoal is to be believed this time, Rohr is right in focusing on finding a credible striker. You cannot defend well consistently if you are constantly under pressure because every time you have the ball upfront you are turning it back to the opponent. I have played this game at the highest level (the bay Area co-ed league) and I will tell you that no goalkeeper will be successful being under constant pressure for 90 minutes. Eventually, you are going to let in a goal or 2 no matter how much confidence you inspire in a weak back four. Just ask Vincent Enyeama how he held up against Argentina after being bombarded constantly because our defense could not prevent Di Maria and Messi from terrorizing us.


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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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Kako wrote:
1naija wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...



Our great grand uncle, your post seems based on "I did not watch the match" but here is my players rating. How do you know he inspires no confidence in his defenders? Did you talk to any of the defenders? How are you sure the defenders inspire confidence in him. The South African players were dicing and slicing our midfield like they were 11 peles and here we are talking about a goalkeeper inspiring confidence. If owngoal is to be believed this time, Rohr is right in focusing on finding a credible striker. You cannot defend well consistently if you are constantly under pressure because every time you have the ball upfront you are turning it back to the opponent. I have played this game at the highest level (the bay Area co-ed league) and I will tell you that no goalkeeper will be successful being under constant pressure for 90 minutes. Eventually, you are going to let in a goal or 2 no matter how much confidence you inspire in a weak back four. Just ask Vincent Enyeama how he held up against Argentina after being bombarded constantly because our defense could not prevent Di Maria and Messi from terrorizing us.


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you dey mind the guy, dey follow shewens tap soccer

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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you this 1naija you get audacity for that your big mouth to claim you played the game at a very high level :lol: you are a joke...if you did, then i played in the worldcup u17 :roll:



This old man, Were you ever 17? I think you started at 37.

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...

Na wah. Does Akpeyi have any skills at all? I would think his invitation to the national team is because he's atleast good enough at his best. No?

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:13 pm 
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felarey wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...

Na wah. Does Akpeyi have any skills at all? I would think his invitation to the national team is because he's atleast good enough at his best. No?


No!


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Mr Shows wrote:
felarey wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...

Na wah. Does Akpeyi have any skills at all? I would think his invitation to the national team is because he's atleast good enough at his best. No?


No!

:lol: Well Enrico has been working with Ezenwa and Daniel (I think). Maybe one of those 2 will be good enough.

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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Akpeyi needs a shrink


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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 6:00 pm 
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Felarey,

Media reports actually indicate that Dele Ajiboye has been the top GK in camp but with Ezenwa as captain one wonders if he will get to start. In any case, some reports indicate that the new GK Coach has recommended that Ajiboye join the full SE ca,p for Cameroon preparation. We shall see if all of that is true or not.

felarey wrote:
Mr Shows wrote:
felarey wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...

Na wah. Does Akpeyi have any skills at all? I would think his invitation to the national team is because he's atleast good enough at his best. No?


No!

:lol: Well Enrico has been working with Ezenwa and Daniel (I think). Maybe one of those 2 will be good enough.

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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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Meanwhile transfermkt is showing Ejide joined Hapoel Hadera (Israel Div 2) in May this year only to be released again couple of months later. I was really hoping he would resurrect his career from that move. Hopefully the release wasn't performance related.


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 Post subject: Re: AKPEYI IS BACK!
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Enugu II wrote:
Felarey,

Media reports actually indicate that Dele Ajiboye has been the top GK in camp but with Ezenwa as captain one wonders if he will get to start. In any case, some reports indicate that the new GK Coach has recommended that Ajiboye join the full SE ca,p for Cameroon preparation. We shall see if all of that is true or not.

felarey wrote:
Mr Shows wrote:
felarey wrote:
Cellular wrote:
1naija wrote:
I repeat, Akpeyi was not our problem against South Africa. We need to worry about our strikers.


Unku, Akpeyi was a problem and a liability.

He lacks confidence.

He inspires ZERO confidence in his back four or for the matter his team.

He has no command of his area nor his defenders.

He does not read the game.

He has little or no football IQ, evident with his decision not to foul a player outside the area... his lack of understanding of the situation at a critical time is enough to have him banished.

Lastly, he is neither a shot stopper nor a goal keeper. He is just there...

Na wah. Does Akpeyi have any skills at all? I would think his invitation to the national team is because he's atleast good enough at his best. No?


No!

:lol: Well Enrico has been working with Ezenwa and Daniel (I think). Maybe one of those 2 will be good enough.

Wow, what a story it will be if Ajiboye gets the nod.

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