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Four wide attackers:
Victor Moses
Henry Onyekuru
Kelechi Iheanacho
Ademola Lookman

Two targetmen
Odion Ighalo
Briown Ideye

Two playmakers
Alex Iwobi
Qbdul Ajagun

Four central midfielders
Mikel Obi
Wilfred Ndidi
Ogenyi Onazi
Oghene Etebo

Two rightfull backs
Tyronne Ebuehi
Shehu Abdullahi

Two leftfullbacks
Joel Obi
Brian Idowu

Four centrebacks
Leon Balogun
William Ekong
Sam Awaziem
Kenneth Omeruo

Three goalkeepers
Francis Uzoho
Dele Aiyenugba
Dele Alampasu

This is my squad for now oooooo. Things may change but I believe that as of at today, this is our best 23.

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Shamesless agents when I talk my own now dem go say I like to talk. A player that has 1 in 15 premier league games and didn’t even participate in any WCQ should be guaranteed a World Cup position because he was born in England? FOH

Agent John AKA "Musa roger me something" abeg no vex, we no go spoil market for you :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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he's better than osimehn thats for sure


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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Four wide attackers:
Victor Moses
Henry Onyekuru
Kelechi Iheanacho
Ademola Lookman

Two targetmen
Odion Ighalo
Briown Ideye

Two playmakers
Alex Iwobi
Qbdul Ajagun

Four central midfielders
Mikel Obi
Wilfred Ndidi
Ogenyi Onazi
Oghene Etebo

Two rightfull backs
Tyronne Ebuehi
Shehu Abdullahi

Two leftfullbacks
Joel Obi
Brian Idowu

Four centrebacks
Leon Balogun
William Ekong
Sam Awaziem
Kenneth Omeruo

Three goalkeepers
Francis Uzoho
Dele Aiyenugba
Dele Alampasu

This is my squad for now oooooo. Things may change but I believe that as of at today, this is our best 23.

:sneaky: Now go and switch on your Xbox :tic:

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pajimoh wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Four wide attackers:
Victor Moses
Henry Onyekuru
Kelechi Iheanacho
Ademola Lookman

Two targetmen
Odion Ighalo
Briown Ideye

Two playmakers
Alex Iwobi
Qbdul Ajagun

Four central midfielders
Mikel Obi
Wilfred Ndidi
Ogenyi Onazi
Oghene Etebo

Two rightfull backs
Tyronne Ebuehi
Shehu Abdullahi

Two leftfullbacks
Joel Obi
Brian Idowu

Four centrebacks
Leon Balogun
William Ekong
Sam Awaziem
Kenneth Omeruo

Three goalkeepers
Francis Uzoho
Dele Aiyenugba
Dele Alampasu

This is my squad for now oooooo. Things may change but I believe that as of at today, this is our best 23.

:sneaky: Now go and switch on your Xbox :tic:


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

I just dey laugh them! Like I said, we are ready for them The money they have taken from these players should be returned, because these players are going to be very angry. Very angry.

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


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The comedian returns. You will rather play your best finisher as a winger joker


Bro, stay calm! At this moment, I even see it as comedy and i am enjoying the good laugh! He actually thinks A-jaga-jaga has a snowballs chance in hell to go to the world cup! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Cheiii!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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


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The problem is that most Nigerians innately suffer from inferiority complex and colonial mentality. I believe that lookman is even hyped here because he is an English born Nigerian. While I believe that lookman is a talented player for the future it’s still not going to negate the fact that he shouldn’t just walk into our World Cup team because he is an English born Nigerian. I ask you my brothers has lookman achieved what musa has achieved or is he better than musa statistically or individually? No. Is he even better than onyekuru? We should learn from past mistakes and hope it doesn’t happen again. If lookman wants to play for Nigeria then after World Cup he can hustle like everyone and play at the WCQ, ANC qualifyer

Nigerians will buy dog shyte from London if it’s labeled as chocolate. :laugh:

Emir, why are you being diplomatic and nice? The truth is: Many Nigerians will buy shiit from London even if it is labelled "shiit." :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Ope o I don hammer! My strategy of posting Lookman threads don work. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

Bros, so na you dey cos dis wahala, eh?

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I am not Musa’s biggest fan but any list that omits his name - baring Injury- is fake news. By the way, this Ademola news na also fake news. Not hating but keeping it real.

Names like Onyekuru, Osimen, Joel Obi etc is where reasonable debate lies.

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I am not Musa’s biggest fan but any list that omits his name - baring Injury- is fake news. By the way, this Ademola news na also fake news. Not hating but keeping it real.

Names like Onyekuru, Osimen, Joel Obi etc is where reasonable debate lies.


CE and reasonable debate? Not when our Chief Contributing Editor is around.

BTW, what happened to Ohenhehehe with his 10 line ups a day posting? He must have married and his wife is not allowing him to post nonsense anymore... :D :taunt:

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green4life wrote:
I am not Musa’s biggest fan but any list that omits his name - baring Injury- is fake news. By the way, this Ademola news na also fake news. Not hating but keeping it real.

Names like Onyekuru, Osimen, Joel Obi etc is where reasonable debate lies.


Bro, i cant wait for this list to come. There will be so much weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just like you, I am not Musa's fan. And in fact, I am a Musa hater! certified! But anyone who thinks Musa is not going to the world cup is a joker! :rotf: :rotf: Musa was playing u12 football at leicester, and Rohr played him against Argentina -- "to help his fitness." And you think that after Musa has taken Rohr's advice and moved to another club to get playing time, Rohr will now dump him???? :lol: :lol: sureeeee...

Same thing for the brainless simon moses. Another player I would never consider, if I was a coach. But be rest assured that, baring injury, Simon is on that plane.

Then you have someone trying to ignore John Ogu and Agu in favor of A-ja-ga-ja-ga. :lol: :lol: Again, good luck!


We all know this is going to end i tears for them.

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Simon Moses may not go to the World Cup. If Henry Onyekuru is being seriously considered then I’m afraid Simon’s chances are pretty slim :!:


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Lookman is one player that is worth promising a place on the squad to cap him. He is that good.
A future star.

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Lookman is one player that is worth promising a place on the squad to cap him. He is that good.
A future star.


On what basis? Ademola and Onyekuru are roughly the same age but it is Henry who has made the most of his opportunities. Quality wise and statistically, Onyekuru is light years ahead of Lookman. They are both on Everton’s books, Ademola by way of English tier 3 and Henry by way of the Belgian pro league. I know, wait for it... English tier 3 is better than the top league in Belgium. Sure, convince yourself that’s true :lol: So, why should Ademola Lookman be guaranteed a World Cup place when Henry Onyekuru isn’t :?: We need to start appreciating what we have and stop chasing shadows. Not every foreign born Nigerian football player is better than our home grown kids :!: :!: :!:


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pajimoh wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Four wide attackers:
Victor Moses
Henry Onyekuru
Kelechi Iheanacho
Ademola Lookman

Two targetmen
Odion Ighalo
Briown Ideye

Two playmakers
Alex Iwobi
Qbdul Ajagun

Four central midfielders
Mikel Obi
Wilfred Ndidi
Ogenyi Onazi
Oghene Etebo

Two rightfull backs
Tyronne Ebuehi
Shehu Abdullahi

Two leftfullbacks
Joel Obi
Brian Idowu

Four centrebacks
Leon Balogun
William Ekong
Sam Awaziem
Kenneth Omeruo

Three goalkeepers
Francis Uzoho
Dele Aiyenugba
Dele Alampasu

This is my squad for now oooooo. Things may change but I believe that as of at today, this is our best 23.

:sneaky: Now go and switch on your Xbox :tic:


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Cristao II wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Four wide attackers:
Victor Moses
Henry Onyekuru
Kelechi Iheanacho
Ademola Lookman

Two targetmen
Odion Ighalo
Briown Ideye

Two playmakers
Alex Iwobi
Qbdul Ajagun

Four central midfielders
Mikel Obi
Wilfred Ndidi
Ogenyi Onazi
Oghene Etebo

Two rightfull backs
Tyronne Ebuehi
Shehu Abdullahi

Two leftfullbacks
Joel Obi
Brian Idowu

Four centrebacks
Leon Balogun
William Ekong
Sam Awaziem
Kenneth Omeruo

Three goalkeepers
Francis Uzoho
Dele Aiyenugba
Dele Alampasu

This is my squad for now oooooo. Things may change but I believe that as of at today, this is our best 23.

:sneaky: Now go and switch on your Xbox :tic:


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
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Lookman is one player that is worth promising a place on the squad to cap him. He is that good.
A future star.


On what basis? Ademola and Onyekuru are roughly the same age but it is Henry who has made the most of his opportunities. Quality wise and statistically, Onyekuru is light years ahead of Lookman. They are both on Everton’s books, Ademola by way of English tier 3 and Henry by way of the Belgian pro league. I know, wait for it... English tier 3 is better than the top league in Belgium. Sure, convince yourself that’s true :lol: So, why should Ademola Lookman be guaranteed a World Cup place when Henry Onyekuru isn’t :?: We need to start appreciating what we have and stop chasing shadows. Not every foreign born Nigerian football player is better than our home grown kids :!: :!: :!:


Cheers.


I don't believe for one minute anybody has been promised a World cup spot let alone Lookman who will probably not be eligible by the time the WC comes around anyway (unless he declares now and they can rush the application through). He is however a very good player and it looks as if he is very confident and single minded as well which are key qualities to have in order to reach the top.

Its not as simple as saying Onyekuru has made the most of his opportunities. HE was loaned out as soon as he was signed meaning Everton thought he was not ready to play in their first team. Lookman however was retained probably with the promise of more opportunities. When this did not materialise he agitated for a loan and one of the best teams in Germany came for him. Hopefully he will get enough playing time to prove his talent and excel in the Bundesliga then Everton will need to make a decision.

This World cup is too early for him but if he declares for Nigeria he will be a brilliant addition to the squad in the future.

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heavyd wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
soma wrote:
Lookman is one player that is worth promising a place on the squad to cap him. He is that good.
A future star.


On what basis? Ademola and Onyekuru are roughly the same age but it is Henry who has made the most of his opportunities. Quality wise and statistically, Onyekuru is light years ahead of Lookman. They are both on Everton’s books, Ademola by way of English tier 3 and Henry by way of the Belgian pro league. I know, wait for it... English tier 3 is better than the top league in Belgium. Sure, convince yourself that’s true :lol: So, why should Ademola Lookman be guaranteed a World Cup place when Henry Onyekuru isn’t :?: We need to start appreciating what we have and stop chasing shadows. Not every foreign born Nigerian football player is better than our home grown kids :!: :!: :!:

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I don't believe for one minute anybody has been promised a World cup spot let alone Lookman who will probably not be eligible by the time the WC comes around anyway (unless he declares now and they can rush the application through). He is however a very good player and it looks as if he is very confident and single minded as well which are key qualities to have in order to reach the top.

Its not as simple as saying Onyekuru has made the most of his opportunities. HE was loaned out as soon as he was signed meaning Everton thought he was not ready to play in their first team. Lookman however was retained probably with the promise of more opportunities. When this did not materialise he agitated for a loan and one of the best teams in Germany came for him. Hopefully he will get enough playing time to prove his talent and excel in the Bundesliga then Everton will need to make a decision.

This World cup is too early for him but if he declares for Nigeria he will be a brilliant addition to the squad in the future.


I’m glad you find it implausible that Lookman was promised a spot on the World Cup roster. That’s a start. Now, saying that Lookman is a very good player isn’t saying very much at all because we have good players all over the wazoo. That 15 year old in the national league, wazzisname again, Nuru is it, comes to mind!

... And for the record, Onyekuru was sent out on loan because he wasn’t eligible for a work permit, the same reason Nacho couldn’t play right away for Man City :!:


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heavyd wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
soma wrote:
Lookman is one player that is worth promising a place on the squad to cap him. He is that good.
A future star.


On what basis? Ademola and Onyekuru are roughly the same age but it is Henry who has made the most of his opportunities. Quality wise and statistically, Onyekuru is light years ahead of Lookman. They are both on Everton’s books, Ademola by way of English tier 3 and Henry by way of the Belgian pro league. I know, wait for it... English tier 3 is better than the top league in Belgium. Sure, convince yourself that’s true :lol: So, why should Ademola Lookman be guaranteed a World Cup place when Henry Onyekuru isn’t :?: We need to start appreciating what we have and stop chasing shadows. Not every foreign born Nigerian football player is better than our home grown kids :!: :!: :!:


Cheers.


I don't believe for one minute anybody has been promised a World cup spot let alone Lookman who will probably not be eligible by the time the WC comes around anyway (unless he declares now and they can rush the application through). He is however a very good player and it looks as if he is very confident and single minded as well which are key qualities to have in order to reach the top.

Its not as simple as saying Onyekuru has made the most of his opportunities. HE was loaned out as soon as he was signed meaning Everton thought he was not ready to play in their first team. Lookman however was retained probably with the promise of more opportunities. When this did not materialise he agitated for a loan and one of the best teams in Germany came for him. Hopefully he will get enough playing time to prove his talent and excel in the Bundesliga then Everton will need to make a decision.

This World cup is too early for him but if he declares for Nigeria he will be a brilliant addition to the squad in the future.



Very well said. Onyekuru is already ours and can’t play for any other team.
If lookman can be capped now it means he is ineligible for England

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From a delivery standpoint, Lookman has a better shot at making the final squad compared to Onyekuru (again, that is IF Lookman is serious about playing for the SE). RB Leipzig and Anderlecht are simply not on the same level - meaning, the Bundesliga is by far more competitive than the Belgian Jupiler league.
Someone mentioned Onyekuru being considered means lights out for Simon Moses. That is quite laughable, considering when both were in camp on several occasions, Onyekuru was no where close to displacing Simon. Truth is: Onyekuru has struggled to take full advantage of the opportunities he has had and prove he is an option to be considered.

Fact is, if all 3 were fit and eligible at the time of selection, the selection order of hierarchy will be Simon Moses, Ademola Lookman and Henry Onyekuru.
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I don't believe for one minute anybody has been promised a World cup spot let alone Lookman who will probably not be eligible by the time the WC comes around anyway (unless he declares now and they can rush the application through). He is however a very good player and it looks as if he is very confident and single minded as well which are key qualities to have in order to reach the top.

Its not as simple as saying Onyekuru has made the most of his opportunities. HE was loaned out as soon as he was signed meaning Everton thought he was not ready to play in their first team. Lookman however was retained probably with the promise of more opportunities. When this did not materialise he agitated for a loan and one of the best teams in Germany came for him. Hopefully he will get enough playing time to prove his talent and excel in the Bundesliga then Everton will need to make a decision.

This World cup is too early for him but if he declares for Nigeria he will be a brilliant addition to the squad in the future.

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Any list that does not include Moses Simon is not Rohr-authenticated. Rohr likes Moses Simon, no be small.


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