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You guys remember we use to debate why no one is celebrating with Nacho after he scores at city. The way he reacted today shows his jealousy and what we have always suspected.

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I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

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I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!

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I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!


I felt exactly the same. I believe it was the heat of the moment reaction. However, if there is a beef then his push must mean a lot more.

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oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!
Exactly.
People will edit the narrative to fit their preconceptions.
That was a clear (accidental) elbow from Kelechi and the fact that it was accidental would not make it any less painful or dangerous.

Otamendi's reaction was understandable especially if he felt it was reckless. Maybe only after watching the replay would he see that it was not deliberate.

Even in training within the same club friendly players get upset at such things but its only temporary.
Kelechi showed class and stood with him as he received treatment.

Jette your conclusion is flawed.
Ota's reaction 'reveals' nothing.

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jette1 wrote:
You guys remember we use to debate why no one is celebrating with Nacho after he scores at city. The way he reacted today shows his jealousy and what we have always suspected.



If you have ever played football before you will know that receiving an elbow is no fun. You will want to shoot someone who elbows you.

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Damunk wrote:
oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!
Exactly.
People will edit the narrative to fit their preconceptions.
That was a clear (accidental) elbow from Kelechi and the fact that it was accidental would not make it any less painful or dangerous.

Otamendi's reaction was understandable especially if he felt it was reckless. Maybe only after watching the replay would he see that it was not deliberate.

Even in training within the same club friendly players get upset at such things but its only temporary.
Kelechi showed class and stood with him as he received treatment.

Jette your conclusion is flawed.
Ota's reaction 'reveals' nothing.


It is not up to Otamendi to react, and he should have got a yellow or red card.

He is not the referee and cannot inflict punishment for an infraction against him.

I just wonder what would have happened if the reverse was the case. An African player assaulting a European or South American after a foul.

After all the hit jobs by referees on us over the years (the latest by that American crook against France), we should start pointing these inconsistencies out.


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truetalk wrote:
Damunk wrote:
oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!
Exactly.
People will edit the narrative to fit their preconceptions.
That was a clear (accidental) elbow from Kelechi and the fact that it was accidental would not make it any less painful or dangerous.

Otamendi's reaction was understandable especially if he felt it was reckless. Maybe only after watching the replay would he see that it was not deliberate.

Even in training within the same club friendly players get upset at such things but its only temporary.
Kelechi showed class and stood with him as he received treatment.

Jette your conclusion is flawed.
Ota's reaction 'reveals' nothing.


It is not up to Otamendi to react, and he should have got a yellow or red card.

He is not the referee and cannot inflict punishment for an infraction against him.

I just wonder what would have happened if the reverse was the case. An African player assaulting a European or South American after a foul.

After all the hit jobs by referees on us over the years (the latest by that American crook against France), we should start pointing these inconsistencies out.


You guys realize Nacho initiated the contact going trying to hug him and say sorry, and dude wanted none of that. Its not like he sought Nacho out to push him. Happens all the time, im sure his feeling was what are you coming to say sorry for after you deliberately elbowed me in a friggin 'friendly', abeg leave me jare.

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jette1 wrote:
You guys remember we use to debate why no one is celebrating with Nacho after he scores at city. The way he reacted today shows his jealousy and what we have always suspected.



I'm struggling to agree with your sentiments based on the incident that happened yesterday. Otamendi has a genuine reason to be upset, after all, we all get upset with our best friends from time to time.
The fact that Kelechi stayed with him could be interpreted as having a cordial relationship with him. What happened must have been an accident that Kele was genuinely sorry.

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truetalk wrote:
Damunk wrote:
oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

I dont know of there is a beef or just Otamendi over reacting to what he might perceive be a delibrate elbow from a former colleague.

But to blame Nacho for showing class is to be saying we want him to go down into pit from where Otamendi's attitude came from, tufiakwa...we raised our children well and they demonstrate it well.

Class from Nacho :clap: And he went went on to tear Otamendi and his bunch of naive defenders a couple of new ones!
Exactly.
People will edit the narrative to fit their preconceptions.
That was a clear (accidental) elbow from Kelechi and the fact that it was accidental would not make it any less painful or dangerous.

Otamendi's reaction was understandable especially if he felt it was reckless. Maybe only after watching the replay would he see that it was not deliberate.

Even in training within the same club friendly players get upset at such things but its only temporary.
Kelechi showed class and stood with him as he received treatment.

Jette your conclusion is flawed.
Ota's reaction 'reveals' nothing.


It is not up to Otamendi to react, and he should have got a yellow or red card.

He is not the referee and cannot inflict punishment for an infraction against him.

I just wonder what would have happened if the reverse was the case. An African player assaulting a European or South American after a foul.

After all the hit jobs by referees on us over the years (the latest by that American crook against France), we should start pointing these inconsistencies out.
I disagree.
Oya come, make I elbow you wedda you go shake hand.

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I'm still reading to know where Otamendi revealed the hidden beef. Pls if you've seen it, kindly show me.

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jette1 wrote:
You guys remember we use to debate why no one is celebrating with Nacho after he scores at city. The way he reacted today shows his jealousy and what we have always suspected.



Wow :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
jette1 wrote:
You guys remember we use to debate why no one is celebrating with Nacho after he scores at city. The way he reacted today shows his jealousy and what we have always suspected.



If you have ever played football before you will know that receiving an elbow is no fun. You will want to shoot someone who elbows you.



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How did this man reach this conclusion? This conclusion get small k-leg jare.

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Dammy wrote:
I saw it too, his reaction to an accidental elbow by a former team mate was out of proportion. I was angry with Nacho for going to stay with him while he was receiving treatment. Nacho should just have ignored him. I am glad that Nacho destroyed his team.

well if una read how naija people for internet yab the bobo name una go laugh die..Howevr i was glad to see Kele play very physical yesterday( City will play the foxes this weekend)

Kele was also classy to ignore the guys behavior, also Kele punished them with a goal and 2 assist , now that is what we call a worlclass disciplined professional player ..let them vex , while we stay on the pitch and waya them, we do not want a repeat of SAni Keita at the worldcup

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Having reviewed the play again, with neutrality, I can emphatically state that Nacho intentionally threw his elbow.

He went in with a high elbow probably to brace and protect himself, but he moved it later to make contact and cause damage.

In a competitive game, that is a straight red! No doubt about it.

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Having reviewed the play again, with neutrality, I can emphatically state that Nacho intentionally threw his elbow.

He went in with a high elbow probably to brace and protect himself, but he moved it later to make contact and cause damage.

In a competitive game, that is a straight red! No doubt about it.

Ok.

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Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.

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Cellular wrote:
Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.


have any of your girlfriends ever pulled you small prick during a fight before and what was your reaction

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jette1 wrote:
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Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.


have any of your girlfriends ever pulled you small prick during a fight before and what was your reaction


You sick demented old pervert. I don't fight with women... maybe you do.

Can you take your homoerotic fantasies to another site? :oops:

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Cellular wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.


have any of your girlfriends ever pulled you small prick during a fight before and what was your reaction


You sick demented old pervert. I don't fight with women... maybe you do.

Can you take your homoerotic fantasies to another site? :oops:
Choi! :shock:

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Cellular wrote:
jette1 wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.


have any of your girlfriends ever pulled you small prick during a fight before and what was your reaction


You sick demented old pervert. I don't fight with women... maybe you do.

Can you take your homoerotic fantasies to another site? :oops:


Haba :shock: prepaid don vex! Quite unusual for a level headed and cool dude. Hope everything dey ok for your side?

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jette1 wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Nothing to see here.

Kele caught Otamendi with an elbow. Otamendi like any footballer wasn't too happy about it.

Don't care if I am playing choosin with my mother... if she throws an elbow I won't be accepting a handshake either... accidental or professionally placed.


have any of your girlfriends ever pulled you small prick during a fight before and what was your reaction



WTF??? Are you ok homie????

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