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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:01 am 
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I really like Uche, I was surprised with the way he disappeared to Mexico from Spain and apparently doing well. Shocked to hear he is playing in the 2nd division for Gimnàstic de Tarragona. What happened?

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:09 am 
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I hear one of the issues against Uche was about his tracking back to help the defence.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:19 am 
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What do you all think? He is 33yrs. He can help us. He is still very good and fit. Of course he will need to earn his place



Uche is a complete baller, he reminds me of Romario, he is still scoring and his experience is vital, Rohr should give him a chance, only the best should go to Russia, no sentiments allowed


Exactly! I don't know what the fuss is all about. Folks are just getting pissed off for no reason. None! I am not saying he must go to Russia. I am saying, give him a chance and see if he is worthy to get a spot. The same chance Enyeama will be given. Sometimes the reasoning and angst I see on CE baffles me. It doesn't pass the reasoning test



Enyeama doesn't have any competition

THere are plenty of younger talents that Ike Uche would be competing with.

I was one of Ikes biggest fans and Keshi did a massive disservice to not take him to Brazil and instead take junks like ameobi , Uchebo , and Babatunde, but Ike's time has past.

Perhaps the best SE striker ever to not play at a WC, but his time has past.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:57 am 
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Nah Martins weh spoil pass. The guy get skill pass Messi ...

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 1:12 am 
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vancity eagle wrote:
highbury wrote:
9jaMan wrote:
highbury wrote:
What do you all think? He is 33yrs. He can help us. He is still very good and fit. Of course he will need to earn his place



Uche is a complete baller, he reminds me of Romario, he is still scoring and his experience is vital, Rohr should give him a chance, only the best should go to Russia, no sentiments allowed


Exactly! I don't know what the fuss is all about. Folks are just getting pissed off for no reason. None! I am not saying he must go to Russia. I am saying, give him a chance and see if he is worthy to get a spot. The same chance Enyeama will be given. Sometimes the reasoning and angst I see on CE baffles me. It doesn't pass the reasoning test



Enyeama doesn't have any competition

THere are plenty of younger talents that Ike Uche would be competing with.

I was one of Ikes biggest fans and Keshi did a massive disservice to not take him to Brazil and instead take junks like ameobi , Uchebo , and Babatunde, but Ike's time has past.

Perhaps the best SE striker ever to not play at a WC, but his time has past.



I thought competition was a good thing


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 1:44 am 
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highbury, no.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:34 am 
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danfo driver wrote:
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Why not??!!

1. Enyeanma
2. Ike Uche

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:48 am 
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Let's bring back Okocha while we're at it. I feel we need someone who can dribble and can carve open defenses, plus his World Cup experience is invaluable.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:24 am 
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As long as he is fit and playing club ball. On compassionate ground, based on injuries, service, and meanness by late Keshi, Uche should be selected.


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What do you all think? He is 33yrs. He can help us. He is still very good and fit. Of course he will need to earn his place


why stop there, Oruma was made to "wepted", he deserves a call over Ik Uche, afterall, we need an AM

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 6:48 am 
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Whatever happened to all those strikers that were popping up and scoring in the league a few years back ? Two of them were from Obong’s hood. Then there was one Chikatara or something like that.


Mfon Udoh is with Enyimba.

He and Godwin Obaje are proving to be consistent goalscorers over the last 3-5 years in the NPFL.

I don't know if Emem Eduok is still in Tunisia.


Emem Eduok is currently with Kasimpasa of Turkey (on loan from Esperance Tunisia). He's teammates with Omeruo.

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The world cup should be played by players who were on the radar during qualification, so that the players currently doing the qualifiers and those peripheral players who were close to selection, only consider the outside chances when the others have been given a chance and they blow it....Ezenwa has emerged as a credible goalkeeper

Granted I think we need a striker but we must be careful about plucking old stars who have not had time to gel with the team set up in over three years, and who may in fact be past their best

One thing I notice is that a lot of these older players suddenly get a burst of energy in the build up to the world cup then flop at the mundial...Shola Ameobi comes to mind, as does Yekini in 1998

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The world cup should be played by players who were on the radar during qualification, so that the players currently doing the qualifiers and those peripheral players who were close to selection, only consider the outside chances when the others have been given a chance and they blow it....Ezenwa has emerged as a credible goalkeeper

Granted I think we need a striker but we must be careful about plucking old stars who have not had time to gel with the team set up in over three years, and who may in fact be past their best

One thing I notice is that a lot of these older players suddenly get a burst of energy in the build up to the world cup then flop at the mundial...Shola Ameobi comes to mind, as does Yekini in 1998

... probably because they were/are looking for invitation to the world cup tournament, once there, they become relaxed and breaths a sigh of relief while enjoying their "official" stay with the team.

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Samson Siasia seems to have kept himself in shape.
Same with Oliseh.
But the player I'm most excited about seeing in Russia is Odegbami. We need more mathematical football.

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waka-man wrote:
Samson Siasia seems to have kept himself in shape.
Same with Oliseh.
But the player I'm most excited about seeing in Russia is Odegbami. We need more mathematical football.


Fantastic!!! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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Odas wrote:
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The world cup should be played by players who were on the radar during qualification, so that the players currently doing the qualifiers and those peripheral players who were close to selection, only consider the outside chances when the others have been given a chance and they blow it....Ezenwa has emerged as a credible goalkeeper

Granted I think we need a striker but we must be careful about plucking old stars who have not had time to gel with the team set up in over three years, and who may in fact be past their best

One thing I notice is that a lot of these older players suddenly get a burst of energy in the build up to the world cup then flop at the mundial...Shola Ameobi comes to mind, as does Yekini in 1998

... probably because they were/are looking for invitation to the world cup tournament, once there, they become relaxed and breaths a sigh of relief while enjoying their "official" stay with the team.

Yeah, that was what I was getting at

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waka-man wrote:
Samson Siasia seems to have kept himself in shape.
Same with Oliseh.
But the player I'm most excited about seeing in Russia is Odegbami. We need more mathematical football.


Don't quit your day job, :rotf: anyway Roger Milla is an example that you can't buy experience, if Uche is currently better than any attacker we have then he should make it to Russia. Simple and plain


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Me na Nwaneri i wan see ,he is a multi tasking defender,very valuable asset i tell you all.

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Well if we must go there I think Austin Jay Jay Okocha should make the team. The bobo is still in shape and playing with his nephew will make him feel young again. I mean this is a player that is so good that they named him twice...

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