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Gernot Rohr’s record in competitive matches for Nigeria

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03.09.2016 Nigeria 1-0 Tanzania W
09.10.2016 Zambia 1-2 Nigeria W
12.11.2016 Nigeria 3-1 Algeria W

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27.08.2017 Nigeria-:- Cameroun

P3 W3 D- L- 6-2


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 7:32 am 
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nice effort with the SE coaching stats megapro. the Oliseh data does not add up tho: P3 W1 D2 L1. Should it be P4?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 7:57 am 
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can04 wrote:
nice effort with the SE coaching stats megapro. the Oliseh data does not add up tho: P3 W1 D2 L1. Should it be P4?
Cheers.


Thanks my brother.

He saw Egypt looming on the horizon, then ended undefeated.

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Oliseh’s competitive matches for Nigeria


Succeeds Stephen Keshi

05.09.2015 Tanzania 0-0 Nigeria
13.11.2015 Swaziland 0-0 Nigeria
17.11.2015 Nigeria 2-0 Swaziland

P3 W1 D2 L-

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:58 am 
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Gernot Rohr’s record in competitive matches for Nigeria

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03.09.2016 Nigeria 1-0 Tanzania
09.10.2016 Zambia 1-2 Nigeria
12.11.2016 Nigeria 3-1 Algeria
10.06.2017 Nigeria 0-2 South Africa
01.09.2017 Nigeria 4-0 Cameroun
04.09.2017 Cameroun 1-1 Nigeria

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07.10.2017 Nigeria-:- Zambia

P6 W4 D1 L1 11-5

Some say Rohr has the brightest start, Startistics show otherwise. Mine at least.
After 6 matches, 4-1-1 does not look bad but any other result different from a big, fat W today against Zambia is potential disaster

Compared to the others after 6 matches

Augustine Eguavoen
1. Algeria 5:2
2. Zimbabwe 5:1
3. Ghana 1:0
4. Zimbabwe 2:1
5. Senegal 2:1
6. Tunisia 1:1 * (6:5)

P6 W5 D1 L- 16-6

Keshi
1. 29/02/2012 Rwanda 0-0 Ancq
2. 01/06/2012 Namibia 1-0 WCq
3. 07/06/2012 Malawi 1-1 WCq
4. 16/06/2012 Rwanda 2-0 Ancq
5. 08/09/2012 Liberia 2-2 Ancq
6. 13/10/2012 Liberia 6-1 Ancq

P6 W3 D3 L- 12-4

Amodu Shaibu
1. Japan 3:0
2. Argentina 0:0
3. Mexico 1:1
4. Burkina Faso 2:0
5. Kenya 1:1
6. Bukina fasso 0:0

P6 W2 D4 L- 7-2

Westerhof
1. Cameroon 0-1
2. Algeria 1-5
3. Egypt 1-0
4. Ivory Coast 1-0
5. Zambia 2-0
6. Algeria 0-1

P6 W3 D- L3 5-7

Samson Siasia
1. Ethiopia 4:0 W
2. Ethiopia 2:2 D
3. Madagascar 2:0 W
4. Guinea 2:2 D
5. Nigeria 1-1 Egypt D
6. Nigeria 0-1 Egypt L

P6 W2 D3 L 11:6

Christian Chukwu
1. Angola 0:0
2. Malawi 1:0
3. Malawi 4:1
4. Angola 2:2
5. Morocco 0:1
6. South Africa 4:0

P6 W3 D2 L1 11-4

Onigbinde
1 Nigeria 2:0 Angola
2 Nigeria 0:1 Angola
3 Nigeria 2:1 Togo
4 Nigeria 1:1 Togo
5 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco
6 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco

P6 W2 D1 L3 5-3

Berti Vogts
1 Uganda 1-0
2 Uganda 1-2
3 Niger 3-1
4 Lesotho 2-0
5 Ivory-Coast 0-1
6 Mali 0-0

P6 W3 D1 L2 7-4

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:24 am 
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Thanks for giving us the 411 on Rohr (Pun intended).

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:56 pm 
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megapro wrote:
Gernot Rohr’s record in competitive matches for Nigeria

Appointed 05.08.2016

03.09.2016 Nigeria 1-0 Tanzania
09.10.2016 Zambia 1-2 Nigeria
12.11.2016 Nigeria 3-1 Algeria
10.06.2017 Nigeria 0-2 South Africa
01.09.2017 Nigeria 4-0 Cameroun
04.09.2017 Cameroun 1-1 Nigeria

Next game
07.10.2017 Nigeria-:- Zambia

P6 W4 D1 L1 11-5

Some say Rohr has the brightest start, Startistics show otherwise. Mine at least.
After 6 matches, 4-1-1 does not look bad but any other result different from a big, fat W today against Zambia is potential disaster

Compared to the others after 6 matches

Augustine Eguavoen
1. Algeria 5:2
2. Zimbabwe 5:1
3. Ghana 1:0
4. Zimbabwe 2:1
5. Senegal 2:1
6. Tunisia 1:1 * (6:5)

P6 W5 D1 L- 16-6

Keshi
1. 29/02/2012 Rwanda 0-0 Ancq
2. 01/06/2012 Namibia 1-0 WCq
3. 07/06/2012 Malawi 1-1 WCq
4. 16/06/2012 Rwanda 2-0 Ancq
5. 08/09/2012 Liberia 2-2 Ancq
6. 13/10/2012 Liberia 6-1 Ancq

P6 W3 D3 L- 12-4

Amodu Shaibu
1. Japan 3:0
2. Argentina 0:0
3. Mexico 1:1
4. Burkina Faso 2:0
5. Kenya 1:1
6. Bukina fasso 0:0

P6 W2 D4 L- 7-2

Westerhof
1. Cameroon 0-1
2. Algeria 1-5
3. Egypt 1-0
4. Ivory Coast 1-0
5. Zambia 2-0
6. Algeria 0-1

P6 W3 D- L3 5-7

Samson Siasia
1. Ethiopia 4:0 W
2. Ethiopia 2:2 D
3. Madagascar 2:0 W
4. Guinea 2:2 D
5. Nigeria 1-1 Egypt D
6. Nigeria 0-1 Egypt L

P6 W2 D3 L 11:6

Christian Chukwu
1. Angola 0:0
2. Malawi 1:0
3. Malawi 4:1
4. Angola 2:2
5. Morocco 0:1
6. South Africa 4:0

P6 W3 D2 L1 11-4

Onigbinde
1 Nigeria 2:0 Angola
2 Nigeria 0:1 Angola
3 Nigeria 2:1 Togo
4 Nigeria 1:1 Togo
5 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco
6 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco

P6 W2 D1 L3 5-3

Berti Vogts
1 Uganda 1-0
2 Uganda 1-2
3 Niger 3-1
4 Lesotho 2-0
5 Ivory-Coast 0-1
6 Mali 0-0

P6 W3 D1 L2 7-4



the only persons record that is better is Eguoavoen, so what is your point exactly ?


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:23 pm 
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vancity eagle wrote:
megapro wrote:
Gernot Rohr’s record in competitive matches for Nigeria

Appointed 05.08.2016

03.09.2016 Nigeria 1-0 Tanzania
09.10.2016 Zambia 1-2 Nigeria
12.11.2016 Nigeria 3-1 Algeria
10.06.2017 Nigeria 0-2 South Africa
01.09.2017 Nigeria 4-0 Cameroun
04.09.2017 Cameroun 1-1 Nigeria

Next game
07.10.2017 Nigeria-:- Zambia

P6 W4 D1 L1 11-5

Some say Rohr has the brightest start, Startistics show otherwise. Mine at least.
After 6 matches, 4-1-1 does not look bad but any other result different from a big, fat W today against Zambia is potential disaster

Compared to the others after 6 matches

Augustine Eguavoen
1. Algeria 5:2
2. Zimbabwe 5:1
3. Ghana 1:0
4. Zimbabwe 2:1
5. Senegal 2:1
6. Tunisia 1:1 * (6:5)

P6 W5 D1 L- 16-6

Keshi
1. 29/02/2012 Rwanda 0-0 Ancq
2. 01/06/2012 Namibia 1-0 WCq
3. 07/06/2012 Malawi 1-1 WCq
4. 16/06/2012 Rwanda 2-0 Ancq
5. 08/09/2012 Liberia 2-2 Ancq
6. 13/10/2012 Liberia 6-1 Ancq

P6 W3 D3 L- 12-4

Amodu Shaibu
1. Japan 3:0
2. Argentina 0:0
3. Mexico 1:1
4. Burkina Faso 2:0
5. Kenya 1:1
6. Bukina fasso 0:0

P6 W2 D4 L- 7-2

Westerhof
1. Cameroon 0-1
2. Algeria 1-5
3. Egypt 1-0
4. Ivory Coast 1-0
5. Zambia 2-0
6. Algeria 0-1

P6 W3 D- L3 5-7

Samson Siasia
1. Ethiopia 4:0 W
2. Ethiopia 2:2 D
3. Madagascar 2:0 W
4. Guinea 2:2 D
5. Nigeria 1-1 Egypt D
6. Nigeria 0-1 Egypt L

P6 W2 D3 L 11:6

Christian Chukwu
1. Angola 0:0
2. Malawi 1:0
3. Malawi 4:1
4. Angola 2:2
5. Morocco 0:1
6. South Africa 4:0

P6 W3 D2 L1 11-4

Onigbinde
1 Nigeria 2:0 Angola
2 Nigeria 0:1 Angola
3 Nigeria 2:1 Togo
4 Nigeria 1:1 Togo
5 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco
6 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco

P6 W2 D1 L3 5-3

Berti Vogts
1 Uganda 1-0
2 Uganda 1-2
3 Niger 3-1
4 Lesotho 2-0
5 Ivory-Coast 0-1
6 Mali 0-0

P6 W3 D1 L2 7-4



the only persons record that is better is Eguoavoen, so what is your point exactly ?

Young man if you have nothing sensible just fade

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:24 pm 
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5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16

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5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16


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zee wrote:
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5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16


Legends forever :thumbs: :thumbs: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Gernot Rohr’s record in competitive matches for Nigeria

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03.09.2016 Nigeria 1-0 Tanzania
09.10.2016 Zambia 1-2 Nigeria
12.11.2016 Nigeria 3-1 Algeria
10.06.2017 Nigeria 0-2 South Africa
01.09.2017 Nigeria 4-0 Cameroun
04.09.2017 Cameroun 1-1 Nigeria
07.10.2017 Nigeria 1:0 Zambia

Next game
10.11.2017 Algreria -:- Nigeria

P7 W5 D1 L1 12-5

What a start
After 7 matches, 5-1-1 is solid and next up is a dead rubber in Algiers. Biggest contribution however is the secured WCQ making many now suddenly start lauding his methods and philosophy but what will define him ultimately is his achievements on the green grass at the big dance in the Eastern bloc. He has started well

Compared to the others after 7 matches

Augustine Eguavoen
1. Algeria 5:2
2. Zimbabwe 5:1
3. Ghana 1:0
4. Zimbabwe 2:1
5. Senegal 2:1
6. Tunisia 1:1 * (6:5)
7. CIV 0:1

P7 W5 D1 L1 16-7

Keshi
1. 29/02/2012 Rwanda 0-0 Ancq
2. 01/06/2012 Namibia 1-0 WCq
3. 07/06/2012 Malawi 1-1 WCq
4. 16/06/2012 Rwanda 2-0 Ancq
5. 08/09/2012 Liberia 2-2 Ancq
6. 13/10/2012 Liberia 6-1 Ancq
7. 21/01/2013 Nigeria 1:1 Burkina Fasso Afcon

P7 W3 D4 L- 13-5

Amodu Shaibu
1. Japan 3:0
2. Argentina 0:0
3. Mexico 1:1
4. Burkina Faso 2:0
5. Kenya 1:1
6. Bukina fasso 0:0
7. Namibia 2:0

P7 W3 D4 L- 9-2

Westerhof
1. Cameroon 0-1
2. Algeria 1-5
3. Egypt 1-0
4. Ivory Coast 1-0
5. Zambia 2-0
6. Algeria 0-1
7. Togo 4-0

P7 W4 D- L3 9-7

Christian Chukwu
1. Angola 0:0
2. Malawi 1:0
3. Malawi 4:1
4. Angola 2:2
5. Morocco 0:1
6. South Africa 4:0
7. Benin 2:1

P7 W4 D2 L1 13-5

Onigbinde
1 Nigeria 2:0 Angola
2 Nigeria 0:1 Angola
3 Nigeria 2:1 Togo
4 Nigeria 1:1 Togo
5 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco
6 Nigeria 0:0 Morocco
7.Nigeria 0:0 Ghana

P7 W2 D4 L1 5-3

Berti Vogts
1 Uganda 1-0
2 Uganda 1-2
3 Niger 3-1
4 Lesotho 2-0
5 Ivory-Coast 0-1
6 Mali 0-0
7. Benin 2:0

P7 W4 D1 L2 9-4

Siasia, Oliseh, Lagerbach did not get 7 games with Nigeria

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:51 pm 
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megapro wrote:
5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16


Dude, please. So, 'Undefeated" is the metric now. How about assigning points to wins, loses and draws instead of trying to be clever by half..

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:53 pm 
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megapro wrote:
can04 wrote:
nice effort with the SE coaching stats megapro. the Oliseh data does not add up tho: P3 W1 D2 L1. Should it be P4?
Cheers.


Thanks my brother.

He saw Egypt looming on the horizon, then ended undefeated.

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Oliseh’s competitive matches for Nigeria


Succeeds Stephen Keshi

05.09.2015 Tanzania 0-0 Nigeria
13.11.2015 Swaziland 0-0 Nigeria
17.11.2015 Nigeria 2-0 Swaziland

P3 W1 D2 L-

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Imagine people abusing Enyeama over a coach with this kind of record, tufiakwa! :veryangry:

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maceo4 wrote:
megapro wrote:
can04 wrote:
nice effort with the SE coaching stats megapro. the Oliseh data does not add up tho: P3 W1 D2 L1. Should it be P4?
Cheers.


Thanks my brother.

He saw Egypt looming on the horizon, then ended undefeated.

corrected*

Oliseh’s competitive matches for Nigeria


Succeeds Stephen Keshi

05.09.2015 Tanzania 0-0 Nigeria
13.11.2015 Swaziland 0-0 Nigeria
17.11.2015 Nigeria 2-0 Swaziland

P3 W1 D2 L-

Status

Resigned


Imagine people abusing Enyeama over a coach with this kind of record, tufiakwa! :veryangry:

Who takes the blame for Enyeama led SE losing at home to lowly Uganda?

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Kabalega wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
megapro wrote:
can04 wrote:
nice effort with the SE coaching stats megapro. the Oliseh data does not add up tho: P3 W1 D2 L1. Should it be P4?
Cheers.


Thanks my brother.

He saw Egypt looming on the horizon, then ended undefeated.

corrected*

Oliseh’s competitive matches for Nigeria


Succeeds Stephen Keshi

05.09.2015 Tanzania 0-0 Nigeria
13.11.2015 Swaziland 0-0 Nigeria
17.11.2015 Nigeria 2-0 Swaziland

P3 W1 D2 L-

Status

Resigned


Imagine people abusing Enyeama over a coach with this kind of record, tufiakwa! :veryangry:

Who takes the blame for Enyeama led SE losing at home to lowly Uganda?


Who takes blame for Enyeama led SE winning the ANC? And then who takes blame for Olisehs uselessness?

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:21 pm 
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Don't you think being undefeated is impressive?

In any case, the real story of these stats is that Nigeria hardly ever loses games in Africa (except under Vogts)..
As an example, we may have lost a total of 3 WCQ games since 1994, and the last one was in 2006 against Angola

Schillachi wrote:
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5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16


Dude, please. So, 'Undefeated" is the metric now. How about assigning points to wins, loses and draws instead of trying to be clever by half..

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nanijoe wrote:
Don't you think being undefeated is impressive?

In any case, the real story of these stats is that Nigeria hardly ever loses games in Africa (except under Vogts)..
As an example, we may have lost a total of 3 WCQ games since 1994, and the last one was in 2006 against Angola

Schillachi wrote:
megapro wrote:
5-1-1 with WCQ but I rate this up there with Amodu and Keshi both UNDEFEATED after 16


Dude, please. So, 'Undefeated" is the metric now. How about assigning points to wins, loses and draws instead of trying to be clever by half..


Not really. You are undefeated if you consistently play draws against minnows. That's hardly something to be excited about...

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