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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:19 pm 
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We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:24 pm 
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john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


Akpeyi has been consistently rubbish...


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:31 pm 
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john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


What about mascharano and otamendi that iwobi and kele reduced to junk players? You uninformed folks just type without using your brain, please try to make sense abeg. Balogun played his part and did extremely well. No footballer is above error


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:32 pm 
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Akpeyi has been rubish. I don’t think anyone doubts that. Balogun performance has been poor and this is is because his very uncomfortable with the ball, no pace etc. defenders get dribbled all the time


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:06 pm 
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We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


What about mascharano and otamendi that iwobi and kele reduced to junk players? You uninformed folks just type without using your brain, please try to make sense abeg. Balogun played his part and did extremely well. No footballer is above error

Stop hyping :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:31 pm 
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john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


john12,

Welcome to CE. Hyping after just a game is what you see here. Go back and look at hyping of Ezenwa after the first Cameroon game. So what is the verdict on him now? Fact is that having watched him over multiple games it is easier to see who he is. My advice? Ignore these one game hypes. We will find out more when they play multiple games.

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Enugu II wrote:
john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


john12,

Welcome to CE. Hyping after just a game is what you see here. Go back and look at hyping of Ezenwa after the first Cameroon game. So what is the verdict on him now? Fact is that having watched him over multiple games it is easier to see who he is. My advice? Ignore these one game hypes. We will find out more when they play multiple games.


Prof., we didn't hype Ezenwa o. We said he was better dan Akpeyi. Infact, I said that a cone was better dan Akpeyi.

We hype the guys who played well and we criticize the ones who don't.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:47 pm 
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Cellular wrote:
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john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


john12,

Welcome to CE. Hyping after just a game is what you see here. Go back and look at hyping of Ezenwa after the first Cameroon game. So what is the verdict on him now? Fact is that having watched him over multiple games it is easier to see who he is. My advice? Ignore these one game hypes. We will find out more when they play multiple games.


Prof., we didn't hype Ezenwa o. We said he was better dan Akpeyi. Infact, I said that a cone was better dan Akpeyi.

We hype the guys who played well and we criticize the ones who don't.



KPOM. It was all relative!

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:53 pm 
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metalalloy wrote:
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Enugu II wrote:
john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense


john12,

Welcome to CE. Hyping after just a game is what you see here. Go back and look at hyping of Ezenwa after the first Cameroon game. So what is the verdict on him now? Fact is that having watched him over multiple games it is easier to see who he is. My advice? Ignore these one game hypes. We will find out more when they play multiple games.


Prof., we didn't hype Ezenwa o. We said he was better dan Akpeyi. Infact, I said that a cone was better dan Akpeyi.

We hype the guys who played well and we criticize the ones who don't.



KPOM. It was all relative!

Kpom! Exactly. Relativity. It's like when Cellular shrined Ameobi ten times a day but Okocha never. It doesn't mean Ameobi is better than Okocha only that hyping is relative to those who need it.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:57 pm 
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John12, you may be on to something here

Its one thing to commend a player, but its another to hype him today and dump him tomorrow,

I always look at players in the context of their contribution to the team on a consistent basis

By all indcations the second keeper did well but lets test him a few times to see his consistency

I think this behavior has a lot to do with why we have not had a player since Yekini with over 30 goals for the national team

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:01 pm 
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john12 wrote:
We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense



I agree, but we should also not overreact after one game if a player plays bad in one game. I remember CE asking for Iwobi to be dropped after the friendly performance in London.

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ohenhen1 wrote:
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We need to learn how to under hype players after any decent match. There should be consistent good performances by players before we deem them as the great one. Sometimes, our players perform great at one game then horrible at the next game. The hyping must be reduced. Consistency is key! Look at how balogun our best dm at wcq was reduced to nonsense



I agree, but we should also not overreact after one game if a player plays bad in one game. I remember CE asking for Iwobi to be dropped after the friendly performance in London.



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