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PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 5:15 am 
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It has got to be Mo Salah and Dennis Onyango. :thumbs: :thumbs:
Coach of the year is Hugo Broos. The rest are pretenders. :tic:

National Team of the Year: Egypt! Made AFCON final and WC.











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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:56 pm 
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Rohr has to win coach of the year for getting Nigeria out of that nightmare WC group.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:06 pm 
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...as opposed to Hugo Boss, who won the Nations Cup with Cameroon?
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Rohr has to win coach of the year for getting Nigeria out of that nightmare WC group.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:21 pm 
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...fair point re Hugo. He and Rohr are probably neck and neck. Cameroon won the AFCON but then stunk up the joint at the Confed Cup and WC qualifiers. Nigeria were brilliant in WC qualifying but failed to qualify for the AFCON.

Who did better?...

Otitokoro wrote:
...as opposed to Hugo Boss, who won the Nations Cup with Cameroon?
wiseone wrote:
Rohr has to win coach of the year for getting Nigeria out of that nightmare WC group.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:35 pm 
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wiseone wrote:
...fair point re Hugo. He and Rohr are probably neck and neck. Cameroon won the AFCON but then stunk up the joint at the Confed Cup and WC qualifiers. Nigeria were brilliant in WC qualifying but failed to
qualify for the AFCON.

Who did better?...

Otitokoro wrote:
...as opposed to Hugo Boss, who won the Nations Cup with Cameroon?
wiseone wrote:
Rohr has to win coach of the year for getting Nigeria out of that nightmare WC group.


Must we go to the moon to get anwsers for this? Rohr Vs Hugo head to head: 4-0 in Uyo and 1-1 in Yaounde settles it.


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Good to see Junior Ajayi on that list :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Nigeria well repped all over!! :thumbs:

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Bance over Aboubakar? Okay

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Bance over Aboubakar? Okay


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Mo Salah wins the AFOY by a landslide.

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wiseone wrote:
...fair point re Hugo. He and Rohr are probably neck and neck. Cameroon won the AFCON but then stunk up the joint at the Confed Cup and WC qualifiers. Nigeria were brilliant in WC qualifying but failed to
qualify for the AFCON.

Who did better?...

Otitokoro wrote:
...as opposed to Hugo Boss, who won the Nations Cup with Cameroon?
wiseone wrote:
Rohr has to win coach of the year for getting Nigeria out of that nightmare WC group.


wiseone,

Rohr is not the only coach that qualified a team to the WC. What makes him better than the coaches of Senegal, Morocco, Egypt, etc for this award? Nothing. IMHO, Rohr should not even be a nominee. It is possible that he ended up a nominee at this stage because of politics and nothing else. After all, he has not done anything better than the coaches of Senegal, Morocco, and Tunisia who took their teams not only to the World cup (matching Rohr) but also took them to the quarter finals of the AFCON. Yet none of those three coaches were named at this stage. Go figure! I can see your point if Rohr had qualified Seychelles for the World Cup. It will be a travesty if he wins this award. On that list, he should finish 5th as his accomplishment pales against the other four nominees three of whom won African titles. The only other one, besides Rohr, who did not win an African title is Cuper but he reached the World Cup like Rohr did and then he was in the AFCON final game! This is clearly an award that should go to Broos, though.

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