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Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 1:50 am 
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Lets see how many of them make the WC squad...more importantly what they do..


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Lets see how many of them make the WC squad...more importantly what they do..


Only Pickford (who was already in the mix) and possibly RLC (due to having a different skill set that is lacking on their NT plus England media hype in overdrive to ginger his Chelsea career next season). The rest na classic training materials including Tammy.

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Tammy Abaraham is a goat (Ewu). See how they are using him as training material. Meanwhile he could have been having a blast playing for Nigeria and most likely making the WC squad. He better not crawl back to us after they drop him from their squad.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:11 am 
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Tammy is playing for his country, stop insulting him.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:21 am 
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Tammy is playing for his country, stop insulting him.

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How many good old players do England have?

They have no choice but to rely on youngsters.
The risk is ignoring them and losing them to poachers. :D

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:39 am 
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Tbite wrote:
Tammy is playing for his country, stop insulting him.

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I love our squad jor unlike Morocco who went to Belgium to get their talents.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:15 am 
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Tbite wrote:
Tammy is playing for his country, stop insulting him.

True!

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Tammy's dad was in Lagos yesterday. Saw him in a joint at Lekki Phase 1 chopping Isiewu. I think they are burying his grandmum sometime this month.

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Can anyone please tell me what any of these guys have over Kelechi Nwakali? I am yet to understand why Rohr is not being a bit braver with his call-ups.

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Lets wait for their squad.

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Cristao II wrote:
Lets wait for their squad.



??????????????????? We wait until they publish their squad in June and then if they are ion our group, we start to react?????

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.


Fraud. These aren't your own words. This is from a UK Guardian article. Link to the source!!!

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:bump: Fraud!

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:14 pm 
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The YeyeMan wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.


Fraud. These aren't your own words. This is from a UK Guardian article. Link to the source!!!

I know that anyway.

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The YeyeMan wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.


Fraud. These aren't your own words. This is from a UK Guardian article. Link to the source!!!


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wanaj0 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.


Fraud. These aren't your own words. This is from a UK Guardian article. Link to the source!!!


The bobo is a case!




Damn :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: this guy reaches new depths to disgrace himself :rotf:

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anikulapo wrote:
wanaj0 wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Jordan Pickford
One of six debutants who played in the last two matches, the 23-year-old played the entirety of the draw with Germany and impressed throughout, producing a string of excellent saves, most notably from Timo Werner, and catching the eye with his consistently excellent distribution. The Everton goalkeeper’s place in the squad is secure and he has emerged as a serious threat to Joe Hart for the No1 spot.

Harry Maguire
Among the few players to complete both games and did not disgrace himself in either. The 24-year-old Leicester City man was deployed on the left of England’s three-man defence and showed decent positioning and robustness. Maguire’s distribution, one of the reasons he was selected ahead of Chris Smalling, could have been better but it was hardly appalling.

Joe Gomez
Named man of the match against Brazil on the back of an assured display as the right-sided man of a back three. The 20-year-old, who also played the majority of the game against Germany after Phil Jones’s injury, has consistently done well for Liverpool this season and his versatility, alongside his athletic and technical talents, makes him a useful asset at senior level.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Named man of the match against Germany, which led to some overboard assessments of the 21-year-old’s display. Yes, there were some impressive touches but, as Eric Dier said, it would be wrong to get carried away. It was a shame for Loftus-Cheek that he was forced off against Brazil with an early injury but all he can do is head back to Crystal Palace and continue to catch Southgate’s eye.

Tammy Abraham
How different things could have been for the 20-year-old had he connected with Vardy’s cross and scored after two minutes of his debut against Germany. But he failed to do so and became an increasingly frustrated figure up until his substitution on 60 minutes. A brief cameo against Brazil was not illuminating either and it feels as if the opportunity at senior level came too soon for the striker on loan at Swansea from Chelsea.

Dominic Solanke
The 20-year-old’s call-up for the Brazil game was further testament to Southgate’s belief in giving youth a chance and there were some nice moments from the striker after he came on for Vardy on 75 minutes. But given he has played only 85 minutes of Premier League football since joining Liverpool in the summer, it is perhaps best Solanke’s development is not rushed.


Bear in mind other certainties like Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling are youngsters too and you will realise that England will be taking a rather young team to Russia. Germany and France have several youngsters in their squad too, leading me to fear that the average age at this World Cup may be the lowest ever.

Nigeria as we all know has a very young squad too. Uzoho, Ebuehi, Idowu, Ndidi, Iheanacho, Iwobi, Onyekuru, Aina, Kayode, Awoniyi, Osimhen, Abdullahi and Awaziem are all youngsters.


Fraud. These aren't your own words. This is from a UK Guardian article. Link to the source!!!


The bobo is a case!




Damn :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: this guy reaches new depths to disgrace himself :rotf:

:rotf: Guys wicked for this forum sha,the fact it was not 10 pointers it was clear not his write up :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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These two teams are probably on a par talent-wise:

****************Kane********************Rushford*******************

***********************************Alli*********************************

*****************Henderson******************Dier********************

****Rose***************************************************Walker****

***************Cahill***********Stones***********Jones***************

*********************************Hart************************************


And:

*********************************Ighalo**********************************

********************Moses*************Onyekuru***********************

*********************************Nwakali*********************************

********************Ndidi*******************Mikel************************

****Idowu*************Balogun*************Ekong***********Ebuehi***

*******************************Uzoho**************************************

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