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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 9:18 am 
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He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 9:51 am 
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


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He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.


I'm totally d'aacord with all Pinnick expressed if he acts like he talks except from the highlighted.
In my opinion it is highly unprofessional to blame anyone in public especially when he has taken full responsiblity for our failure in the name of the NFF before.
All the targets he is talking about won't work without the players he insults here.
A smart chief executive will always try to please his employers to get the best out of them.
On another note I don't think the attitude was something to complain about at all.
At least vs. South Africa and Congo.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 10:03 am 
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1naija wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
I'm not in your head. :tic:

Grilled is actually correct. Just messing with ya

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 10:16 am 
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pajimoh wrote:
1naija wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
I'm not in your head. :tic:

Grilled is actually correct. Just messing with ya

My God so Keshi remains untouchable. Honestly ut does not add up or makes any sense. What kind of hold does he have on the president. I'm sure he knows one thing or more about the clueless president that terrfies him. Or may be he is sleeping with Daris GOD oh oh.


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bully12 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
1naija wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
I'm not in your head. :tic:

Grilled is actually correct. Just messing with ya

My God so Keshi remains untouchable. Honestly ut does not add up or makes any sense. What kind of hold does he have on the president. I'm sure he knows one thing or more about the clueless president that terrfies him. Or may be he is sleeping with Daris GOD oh oh.


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

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 1:21 pm 
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bully12 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
1naija wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
I'm not in your head. :tic:

Grilled is actually correct. Just messing with ya

My God so Keshi remains untouchable. Honestly ut does not add up or makes any sense. What kind of hold does he have on the president. I'm sure he knows one thing or more about the clueless president that terrfies him. Or may be he is sleeping with Daris GOD oh oh.


That is some sick thought .. :oops: :oops:

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1naija wrote:
He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

He is a very inexperienced administrator... Giwa and co are eating him for lunch... he made a deal with the devil to keep his job. Those people are going to make him do their dance till he leaves office.

Keshi is going to be a pebble in his shoe that will never leave until he picks up the courage to do what he originally wanted to do and bite whatever bullet comes afterwards.


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Solowe wrote:
1naija wrote:
He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

He is a very inexperienced administrator... Giwa and co are eating him for lunch... he made a deal with the devil to keep his job. Those people are going to make him do their dance till he leaves office.

Keshi is going to be a pebble in his shoe that will never leave until he picks up the courage to do what he originally wanted to do and bite whatever bullet comes afterwards.


Or he could be smarter that you think and is only bidding hid time to secure his base before taking action.

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I have always said it, this admimnitration doe not mean well for this country, this is an example of the kind of mediocrity going on in Nigeria where the president wants to hijack the country with fraud.

And GEJ wants to continue with this altitude for another 4 yrs. SHAME!

i wouldn't blame the fans if they take this into their hands and keshi will then understand that his mafia days are over.


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1naija wrote:
He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

Maybe so! That is; he might be correct, but who was/is the coach who led the team to the failure? KESHI!

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I know i said i am not going to waste resources( my time) However seems Pinnick isn't planning on letting Keshi go ( according to this video) seems they want to invest on Nigerians( Okocha, Keshi, Isa, Amodu etc) I am fine with that. They want to focus on game readers

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I could be wrong. It is not the new media officer of super eagles who interviewed his 'oga '?

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Picnick is losing my respect, and fast too. How in the world do you blame the South Africa game outcome on players attitude? He cray?!! Next time if he does not shut his mouth and fire Keshi we will know that this dude is in the bank already!! Nonsense!!!

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1naija wrote:
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He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

He is a very inexperienced administrator... Giwa and co are eating him for lunch... he made a deal with the devil to keep his job. Those people are going to make him do their dance till he leaves office.

Keshi is going to be a pebble in his shoe that will never leave until he picks up the courage to do what he originally wanted to do and bite whatever bullet comes afterwards.


Or he could be smarter that you think and is only bidding hid time to secure his base before taking action.


Agreed. I think we should not underestimate him.

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Picnick is losing my respect, and fast too. How in the world do you blame the South Africa game outcome on players attitude? He cray?!! Next time if he does not shut his mouth and fire Keshi we will know that this dude is in the bank already!! Nonsense!!!

I don't think he is up to the politics and the machinations of the job.


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1naija wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
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Pinnick got grilled on Steven Keshi on Channels TV


Thanks for telling us. Stephen Keshi must be very hot. How was Pinnick after the GRILLING- medium rare or well cooked? msshhheewww :sneaky: :arrow:


Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head.

...must confess, I finally give it to 1naija...a sick man indeed... :lol: :lol: :lol: ...he said, "Gerrot. I typed drilled in my head" how can one type in the head...? I cannot stop laughing...


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Waffiman wrote:
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1naija wrote:
He said the NFF will henceforth use scientific approach to manage Nigeria football. He said they have agreements with 3 consultant companies to develop the league, manage the financial aspects of the administration and to develop the nations football from grassroots level. They are bringing back "academicals" (I am assuming he is talking about high school football ...I hope they have strict rules against mercenaries). I like his ideas. I think he will move Nigeria football to great heights if GEJ and the sports ministry stop interfering.

They then asked him how he can effectively lead the NFF when the presidency overruled his firing of Keshi. He responded that he did not fire Keshi and that they asked Keshi to go a one year leave to develop himself. :lol:

The channel TV interviewers really hammered him, but he stood his grounds. He blamed the South Africa game outcome on players attitude.

He is a very inexperienced administrator... Giwa and co are eating him for lunch... he made a deal with the devil to keep his job. Those people are going to make him do their dance till he leaves office.

Keshi is going to be a pebble in his shoe that will never leave until he picks up the courage to do what he originally wanted to do and bite whatever bullet comes afterwards.


Or he could be smarter that you think and is only bidding hid time to secure his base before taking action.


Agreed. I think we should not underestimate him.

I don't think he understands the machinations of the job and the type of people he is to dealing with... He has already made at least 5 mistakes I have counted.

1. Not firing Keshi as he came in or asking his predecessor to do it for him so he has a clean slate.
2. Meeting with GIWA and making a deal with them.
3. Hiring Amoudu without interviewing him. Amoudu was a keshi mentor and best friend
4. Not sticking to his guns When he actually announced Keshi was leaving -- made him look weak and indecisive and not in charge
5. He is talking too much and giving way too many interviews


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This Pinnick man lies blatantly. Everybody knows that it was president Jonathan that recalled Keshi but the man is claiming otherwise . The worst of all he said he is a christain and child of God hence he does not lie. Honestly, this is the kind of individual that gives Christainity bad name. This is my first time of watching his interview he absolutely made a very wrong impression. Henceforth, I will look down on him as a pathological liar especially claiming on a national TV he is a christain and child of God with a bold face . Honestly the man has some temerity.


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'The players and not Keshi should be held responsible for our Afcon 2015 shut out.' Amaju Pinnick, NFF President.


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Keshi at the helm, Nigeria failed to defend the AFCON title. It would be an honourable thing for Keshi to say hold his hands up and allow someone else to take over the post.

It does nothing for continuity but it reinforces the minimum requirement of the job.

That said, if we have players that contrive to miss 3 1v1 chances in a must win game and we blame the manager alone then it's a damn shame as someone always say.

In the CL, Messi and Arguero of Argentina scored 3 goals between them and that is not even adding other deadly strikers they posses.

Meanwhile 5 of our main pool of strikers don't even score 6 goals in 4 games.
Maybe we just don't have the material upfront.
Yekini scored over 30 goals for his club in a season and became the highest goal scorer in Europe. When was the last time a naija striker in Europe hit 25 goals in one of the top leagues?

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