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Re: CHAN: ZAM 3 VS UGA 1

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Morocco is right now too cold for our boys.

Two games to go ...
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Kabalega wrote:Morocco is right now too cold for our boys.

Two games to go ...
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Kabalega wrote:Morocco is right now too cold for our boys.

Two games to go ...
Spot on! Especially given the bitter winter in Zambia right now.
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aruako1 wrote:
Kabalega wrote:Morocco is right now too cold for our boys.

Two games to go ...
Spot on! Especially given the bitter winter in Zambia right now.
Now that's cold. :taunt:
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aruako1 wrote:
Kabalega wrote:Morocco is right now too cold for our boys.

Two games to go ...
Spot on! Especially given the bitter winter in Zambia right now.
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Re: 2018 CHAN Thread (Schedule and non Nig Games)!

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Rohr’s arrival boosts CHAN Eagles in Tangier
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The Super Eagles at CHAN 2018 have been boosted by the arrival of coach Gernot Rohr at Tangier, officials disclosed.

The home-based Eagles are led by coach Salisu Yusuf, but Rohr is in Morocco to run the rule on the players ahead of the World Cup in Russia.

“Rohr’s arrival in Tangier has boosted the team’s spirit,” said team spokesman Toyin Ibitoye.

The Franco-German coach has challenged the NPFL stars to be at their best so as to be considered for Russia 2018.

The team will begin their CHAN 2018 campaign by 8.30pm tonight against Rwanda.

Libya and Equatorial Guinea are the other teams in Group C of the tournament reserved for players who feature in their domestic leagues.
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Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
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Enugu II wrote:
Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
Hmm, that is early! More than 4 hours before the game :???:
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Enugu II wrote:
Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
Any pics?

Just curious, how many light skinned players are on this team? :)
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ukwala wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
Hmm, that is early! More than 4 hours before the game :???:
Yea. For me the only surprises are Eze and Itodo. I thought Danladi had moved ahead of Eze and Udoh ahead of Itodo. Has Salisu developed cold feet and is falling back on experience?
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Enugu II wrote:
ukwala wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
Hmm, that is early! More than 4 hours before the game :???:
Yea. For me the only surprises are Eze and Itodo. I thought Danladi had moved ahead of Eze and Udoh ahead of Itodo. Has Salisu developed cold feet and is falling back on experience?
He may indeed have decided to go for experience. Happy that the two Rangers boys in camp are starting, makes it easier to bear their absence.
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Any link(s) for tonight's game please folks?
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doctorollie wrote:Any link(s) for tonight's game please folks?
Not sure about links. The lineup is coming from the NFF verified handle.
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Thanks boss.

Enugu II wrote:
doctorollie wrote:Any link(s) for tonight's game please folks?
Not sure about links. The lineup is coming from the NFF verified handle.
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Teams on the pitch, National anthems being played.
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Game about to start
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Where are you watching it?
ukwala wrote:Teams on the pitch, National anthems being played.
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Game on Bein sport
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doctorollie wrote:Where are you watching it?
ukwala wrote:Teams on the pitch, National anthems being played.
Supersport 9 (229 on dstv).
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Thanks. Any online link?
ukwala wrote:
doctorollie wrote:Where are you watching it?
ukwala wrote:Teams on the pitch, National anthems being played.
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That Aremu guy that played midfield in Ghana should have wait for this competition before moving.
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doctorollie wrote:Thanks. Any online link?
ukwala wrote:
doctorollie wrote:Where are you watching it?
ukwala wrote:Teams on the pitch, National anthems being played.
Supersport 9 (229 on dstv).
Sorry, no idea.
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Enugu II wrote:
ukwala wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Eagles starting XI 4-3-3 – Ikechukwu Ezenwa – Osas Okoro, Daniel Itodo, Stephen Eze, Kalu Orji – Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Rabiu Ali – Emeka Ogbugh – Anthony Okpotu, Sunday Faleye
Hmm, that is early! More than 4 hours before the game :???:
Yea. For me the only surprises are Eze and Itodo. I thought Danladi had moved ahead of Eze and Udoh ahead of Itodo. Has Salisu developed cold feet and is falling back on experience?
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