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 Post subject: Re: Newcastle vs Ndidi
PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:10 pm 
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So oloye you would rather the ball hit your penis or face than protect your body? Infact, I believe protecting your body when the ball is coming is a natural defensive tactics

Trust me John,i have taken my fair share of blocks, it is not as painful as you believe. People just have an unfounded fear. It is not everytime the ball hits you in the blokos, stiffen your body to the impact the ball bounces off without feeling anything....this is not theory...i have done many times and still do today..hence i know that the balls today are feleles in comparison.

The keepers spread their body to block the same balls ...are they different?

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This is a cracker of a game

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Nice own goal Ayozee

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Rafa keeps playing his fellow spaniard Joselu....he is the nost useless striker i have ever seen.

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:clap: :clap: Our Ndidi man of the match....no doubt..that take down of two opponents is what true warriors are made of

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Omo that Ndidi nah baller ooo

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oloye wrote:
:clap: :clap: Our Ndidi man of the match....no doubt..that take down of two opponents is what true warriors are made of

I’m sure you have decisions go otherwise in similar elbow works

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oloye wrote:
:clap: :clap: Our Ndidi man of the match....no doubt..that take down of two opponents is what true warriors are made of

:clap: :clap: :clap:

Well deserved....

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Didi was brilliant today in that box to box role


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Nothing i hate more than a defender trying to dodge a shot rather than spread your body to block the ball. These cowards are paid thousands of pounds each week to block felele and they cannot nake a honest job of it. Back in the day, amateurs on peanuts were blocking real leather weighing tons with everything! :mad:


Gbam! One of my pet hates too. I remember Lukman Haruna and Taiye Taiwo doing it in 2010!

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It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.


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It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.


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It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.


Kelechi was on the bench.


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It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.

Guardiola did what he was paid to do, run a team the way he believes it should be run with players he deems fit. He does not rate Kele that much, no big deal about it,that is football. Truth is going to Leicester was never gonna work, he aint Leicester kind of player. One of the secrets of this game is you must chose your club carefully and dont just move because they dangle the carrots before you. Some agents are just interested in the next commission, especially those that have so many plaayers they manage. Leicester already have a Kele kind of player in Mahrez and even Mahrez plays with much intensity that leaves Kele breathless!

Dont know what he has to do to break into this team, asking him to change his game os a mission impossible, he remains a finisher, and as such should be near the goal more than playing far away from it...but Vardy already holds that position.

Who knows he might find a way to crack this code at Leicester, but he needs to do it fast. The faxr remains the boy can score...

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 Post subject: Re: Newcastle vs Ndidi
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bully12 wrote:
It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.

Guardiola did what he was paid to do, run a team the way he believes it should be run with players he deems fit. He does not rate Kele that much, no big deal about it,that is football. Truth is going to Leicester was never gonna work, he aint Leicester kind of player. One of the secrets of this game is you must chose your club carefully and dont just move because they dangle the carrots before you. Some agents are just interested in the next commission, especially those that have so many plaayers they manage. Leicester already have a Kele kind of player in Mahrez and even Mahrez plays with much intensity that leaves Kele breathless!

Dont know what he has to do to break into this team, asking him to change his game os a mission impossible, he remains a finisher, and as such should be near the goal more than playing far away from it...but Vardy already holds that position.

Who knows he might find a way to crack this code at Leicester, but he needs to do it fast. The faxr remains the boy can score...
It is just a pity . A potential world class player , most Nigerians were adulating servilely few years ago is fastly dissipating before own eyes like a magic.


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 Post subject: Re: Newcastle vs Ndidi
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Kele chose to go play for Leicester. He has to battle his way for playing time.


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 Post subject: Re: Newcastle vs Ndidi
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Nice own goal Ayozee



he must be related to Ayoakinfe based on his own goal, though his belly size suggests the contrary...

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:clap: :clap: Our Ndidi man of the match....no doubt..that take down of two opponents is what true warriors are made of

:clap: :clap: :clap:

Well deserved....


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 Post subject: Re: Newcastle vs Ndidi
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oloye wrote:
bully12 wrote:
It looks like Kelechi was not even on the bench and nobody seems to care. His stock has taken one of the fastest nose dive in the most recent soccer history . Guardiola must have inflicted an irreparable damage to his confidence. He has become egregiously diffident which is definitely deleterious to his inchoate career.

Guardiola did what he was paid to do, run a team the way he believes it should be run with players he deems fit. He does not rate Kele that much, no big deal about it,that is football. Truth is going to Leicester was never gonna work, he aint Leicester kind of player. One of the secrets of this game is you must chose your club carefully and dont just move because they dangle the carrots before you. Some agents are just interested in the next commission, especially those that have so many plaayers they manage. Leicester already have a Kele kind of player in Mahrez and even Mahrez plays with much intensity that leaves Kele breathless!

Dont know what he has to do to break into this team, asking him to change his game os a mission impossible, he remains a finisher, and as such should be near the goal more than playing far away from it...but Vardy already holds that position.

Who knows he might find a way to crack this code at Leicester, but he needs to do it fast. The faxr remains the boy can score...



What we now know is that Kelechi Iheanacho is just a goal scorer. A great finisher like Michael Owen but not much more. At both Man City and Leicester, he has been up against players who bring more to the table.

To be perfectly honest, he will face this same problem wherever he goes. Kelechi simply has to add more facets to his game. He can start by working on his touch and improving his work rate.

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P nDidi is making a name for himself in the heeeee peeeeee helllll

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
oloye wrote:
Nothing i hate more than a defender trying to dodge a shot rather than spread your body to block the ball. These cowards are paid thousands of pounds each week to block felele and they cannot nake a honest job of it. Back in the day, amateurs on peanuts were blocking real leather weighing tons with everything! :mad:


Gbam! One of my pet hates too. I remember Lukman Haruna and Taiye Taiwo doing it in 2002!

Were you watching them in primary school games or the Principals’ Cup?
Because Taiwo made his SE debut in 2005 and Haruna played U17 in 2007 - 5 years after 2002! :D

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Gotti wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
oloye wrote:
Nothing i hate more than a defender trying to dodge a shot rather than spread your body to block the ball. These cowards are paid thousands of pounds each week to block felele and they cannot nake a honest job of it. Back in the day, amateurs on peanuts were blocking real leather weighing tons with everything! :mad:


Gbam! One of my pet hates too. I remember Lukman Haruna and Taiye Taiwo doing it in 2002!

Were you watching them in primary school games or the Principals’ Cup?
Because Taiwo made his SE debut in 2005 and Haruna played U17 in 2007 - 5 years after 2002! :D

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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