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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:48 pm 
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Odas once again you continue to post without thinking critically. .you said you like uzoho as well but you haven't seen him play..kai ...if I point this out now, you go dey vex...you no sabi book at all

The "mumu" man! Please read sentences very well before responding and when in doubt ask for clarification. In my sentence, I said "ACTIONS." Actions means MANY, not ONE. Kai, "lack of educational grammatical ability", according to Zebrudayia :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:23 pm 
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Odas nah real domitila.....kai... :rotf:

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:29 pm 
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Odas nah real domitila.....kai... :rotf:

Your lack of English language has exposed you again. Certainly you do not know the difference between ACTION and ACTIONS. Please be informed one is singular and the other is plural; therefore, seeing Uzoho play once for us does not mean I have seen him play many times. Kai, man go back to school, please :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:42 pm 
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Mystic,

Thanks for the info. Who do we play for the second game in March?



Don't know. A lot of speculation has centered on Serbia but no official word yet.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:36 pm 
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Really love how Rohr is planning ahead, paying attention to the small details. He is going to throw a few surprises when he picks the final squad. Any player that isn't 100% fit is unlikely to make it. He is always thinking and measured in his use of words. There is no way he is going to allow any of the players to take the field overconfident or underating the opposition.

We get Serbia in the bag and things are shaping up nicely.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:44 am 
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I wonder who the 30 players Rohr plans to invite to camp are.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:10 am 
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mystic wrote:
Translated from football365.fr

http://www.football365.fr/nigeria-gerno ... 21852.html

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It's a dream, it's a wish. To think we can do it would be pretentious. We will first try to pass the chickens. Then, it is another pair of sleeves, we will advise from match to match depending on the opponents. Nigeria today has the youngest team in the World Cup with 24.9 years of average age. The figure may be even lower in Russia, as we spotted a 19-year-old goalkeeper in La Coruna . We also come to learn: the life of Nigerian football does not stop after the World Cup. I sincerely believe that we have players who share my ambition to go very far and who have the technical means.




Which chickens and sleeves e dey speak of?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 4:29 am 
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mystic wrote:
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It's a dream, it's a wish. To think we can do it would be pretentious. We will first try to pass the chickens. Then, it is another pair of sleeves, we will advise from match to match depending on the opponents. Nigeria today has the youngest team in the World Cup with 24.9 years of average age. The figure may be even lower in Russia, as we spotted a 19-year-old goalkeeper in La Coruna . We also come to learn: the life of Nigerian football does not stop after the World Cup. I sincerely believe that we have players who share my ambition to go very far and who have the technical means.

Which chickens and sleeves e dey speak of?

Platinum, make you no kill me wit lafta-o! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Oga, please ask "Bigpokey24", he has answers to everything. If simple, nice and direct approach fails, put some STICK in his arse and he will spill out the answer(s) for you. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 5:53 pm 
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The Polish Football Association (PZPN) has confirmed that the pre-world cup friendly match with Nigeria will be staged at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw on March 23, 2018.

Polish national team will face South Korea at the Silesian Stadium in Chorzów, four days after their meeting with the Super Eagles for the first time in history.

PZPN also announced that the friendly against the three-time African champions will begin at 9:00 pm Nigerian time.

The Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw is the third largest stadium in Poland and has a capacity of 42,000.

https://www.channelstv.com/2017/12/22/p ... -friendly/

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 23, 2017 4:46 am 
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Odas once again you continue to post without thinking critically. .you said you like uzoho as well but you haven't seen him play..kai ...if I point this out now, you go dey vex...you no sabi book at all


O boy! Have you not seen people fall in love without actually meeting the person? Abi you no dey do social media love?

Chief, please don't mind the fool! In my sentence, I said in "actions", indicating plural or more than once, but because he has some LONG and FAT dick in his arse, he was very excited and began spilling nonsense :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Action when used in that context doesn't have a plural form o, its either you have seen him in action or you haven't, which one is it? Na real wa for you :rotf: :rotf:

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Poland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia in that order are probably the best opponents for experiencing the Croatian style. No 2 teams are exactly alike of course. But if you can get a subset of these, it's solid preparation.

Right now, Croatia is trying to get a set of West African opponents. Similarly, it only goes so far. For me, Nigeria is not Cameroon or Ghana. Maybe Croatia should play Senegal?

What say you?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 11:59 pm 
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Poland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia in that order are probably the best opponents for experiencing the Croatian style. No 2 teams are exactly alike of course. But if you can get a subset of these, it's solid preparation.

Right now, Croatia is trying to get a set of West African opponents. Similarly, it only goes so far. For me, Nigeria is not Cameroon or Ghana. Maybe Croatia should play Senegal?

What say you?


Why should we tell you?

Just kidding. You have to be your brother's keeper. We share a large border with Benin. You may want to try them.

Also, a large portion of Sierra Leoneans are descended from Nigerians and are even on this forum. How closer can styles get, that with a common historical gene pool.

Benin and Sierra Leone should be very good preparation for you chequered red and whites.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:15 am 
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mate wrote:
Poland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia in that order are probably the best opponents for experiencing the Croatian style. No 2 teams are exactly alike of course. But if you can get a subset of these, it's solid preparation.

Right now, Croatia is trying to get a set of West African opponents. Similarly, it only goes so far. For me, Nigeria is not Cameroon or Ghana. Maybe Croatia should play Senegal?

What say you?


Play Zambia or Senegal

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Rumor has it we're looking for Senegal. I'll check out Zambia.

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Poland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia in that order are probably the best opponents for experiencing the Croatian style. No 2 teams are exactly alike of course. But if you can get a subset of these, it's solid preparation.

Right now, Croatia is trying to get a set of West African opponents. Similarly, it only goes so far. For me, Nigeria is not Cameroon or Ghana. Maybe Croatia should play Senegal?

What say you?


Play Zambia or Senegal


Maybe it was really a Nigerian that spilled the beans on Shehu's yellow card.

I just dey joke O!


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Lol. Funny enough, the best team to play against, in order to prepare for Nigeria is actually FRANCE. We share similar characteristics and playing style. but many teams will ignore that because France is not an African team and Nigeria can only play like Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal. etc.


Same as Iceland. When you look at Iceland play, the best team to prepare for them would have been England before Southgate changed to a 3-4-3. But mant will ignore that and be looking for a nordic team to play. :lol: :lol:

geographic location does not determine the style or ability of a team.

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 5:32 am 
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Lol. Funny enough, the best team to play against, in order to prepare for Nigeria is actually FRANCE. We share similar characteristics and playing style. but many teams will ignore that because France is not an African team and Nigeria can only play like Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal. etc.


Same as Iceland. When you look at Iceland play, the best team to prepare for them would have been England before Southgate changed to a 3-4-3. But mant will ignore that and be looking for a nordic team to play. :lol: :lol:

geographic location does not determine the style or ability of a team.


I KPOM that statement.

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Merry Christmas fellow CyberEagles.

The France suggestion is interesting. And something that should be considered. I hope the right folks are informed and pursuing it...as France is a man good team and preparation for just about anything.

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Merry Christmas fellow CyberEagles.

The France suggestion is interesting. And something that should be considered. I hope the right folks are informed and pursuing it...as France is a man good team and preparation for just about anything.


That plan is now off the table as there is a likelihood the two teams could meet in the second round.

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danfo driver wrote:
Lol. Funny enough, the best team to play against, in order to prepare for Nigeria is actually FRANCE. We share similar characteristics and playing style. but many teams will ignore that because France is not an African team and Nigeria can only play like Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal. etc.


Same as Iceland. When you look at Iceland play, the best team to prepare for them would have been England before Southgate changed to a 3-4-3. But mant will ignore that and be looking for a nordic team to play. :lol: :lol:

geographic location does not determine the style or ability of a team.

This reminds me of Argentina playing Trinidad & Tobago ahead of meeting 9ja in Brazil. Insult upon insult! Such disrespect can get into the head of your opponents too so perhaps na mind game.


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Odas once again you continue to post without thinking critically. .you said you like uzoho as well but you haven't seen him play..kai ...if I point this out now, you go dey vex...you no sabi book at all


O boy! Have you not seen people fall in love without actually meeting the person? Abi you no dey do social media love?

Chief, please don't mind the fool! In my sentence, I said in "actions", indicating plural or more than once, but because he has some LONG and FAT dick in his arse, he was very excited and began spilling nonsense :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Action when used in that context doesn't have a plural form o, its either you have seen him in action or you haven't, which one is it? Na real wa for you :rotf: :rotf:



Why do you guys even try? The kid is a certified dummy, and still insists on playing the role of an apprentice English professor of the site. :rotf:

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He really likes Uzoho.

It seems like it. I like Uzoho as well, though I have not seen him in actions to reach a conclusion. In addition, it seems our coach is talented, skillful and knows what is he doing based on his comments and how he intend to prepare out team for the world cup.

I can't wait to see how Croatia is going to cry after we beat them :lol: :lol: and how the other teams (Iceland and Argentina) will be frowning after we top the group :clap: :clap:


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Poland isn't a bad team to prepare for Croatia. Very similar in playing style to Croatia with heavy midfield play. Also if they play full strength they would have Lewandowski or Milik up front which would be good prep for some of the better strikers in the league.


Not very similar IMO.

Different technical qualities

Difference in the build up process and the speed of transition to the last third.

Croatia is the more balanced team with greater technical character in midfield, whilst the Poles are more explosive.

TBH don’t care too much about the friendlies opponents. More interested in the other details of our presentation, especially the conditioning.



He appears to be on the right path.

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Physically, we will be ready. We will take a second physical trainer, in this case Bernard Ginès, I had in my staff in Nice, between 2002 and 2005. We will receive FieldWiz, which are GPS to work better in detail. We will have to progress in the detection of our own players so as not to be mistaken on the list of 30, then that of 23. We will strengthen the scouting team.

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