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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:28 pm 
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i always enjoy Oloye's stories especially when he talks about our local league when it used the be the most interesting stories we had back then, Nepa of Lagos was a very annoying club, we all disliked that club ( they played at Onikan stadium) because nepa dey always take light,everyone wanted them to lose, and J.Berger used to hammer them a lot .... they wore the red kits... you for ask am about that apekyi


We don beg de guy tire make him write book, bobo no gree. If nah to uproot striker nah, the guy go show up first in line. :D

people used to fear BCC lions, Iwanyawu and even that yeye IICC... no one respected Rangers


:rotf: no gree make Gotti catch you oh! Man BCC Lions of Gboko.. the thing wey Amoudu carry those boys do naija league eh! :curse: I remember Ranchers Bees and Leventis dem too. They had their time in the sun for a while.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:32 pm 
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Nice one uncle. You are an Uncle o. I take back every thing I ever said to you without preceeding it with "Uncle" like I do Uncle Ohsee ....and grand uncle yemibrassiere ...and uncle cellulite, and junior Ally uncle princess, and uncle Ogbunigwe, and uncle Okocha10, and ....and all the other uncles on this board

and you are the king of all uncles.. we salute you our elder uncle



You are the oldest CE in Houston. You old pass me, Mudi, Fegwu (where is he sef), Anthony Ashiofu (is he still around?), Scholls, Ugbowo. The only person that's your mate is premature ejaculator, bambully.

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Nice one uncle. You are an Uncle o. I take back every thing I ever said to you without preceeding it with "Uncle" like I do Uncle Ohsee ....and grand uncle yemibrassiere ...and uncle cellulite, and junior Ally uncle princess, and uncle Ogbunigwe, and uncle Okocha10, and ....and all the other uncles on this board

and you are the king of all uncles.. we salute you our elder uncle



You are the oldest CE in Houston. You old pass me, Mudi, Fegwu (where is he sef), Anthony Ashiofu (is he still around?), Scholls, Ugbowo. The only person that's your mate is premature ejaculator, bambully.

you are way older than all of us, you are the grand uncle, you also walk with one of those yeye canes old men dey wear, and you always dey pull your sokoto above your belly button

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 4:00 pm 
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Oloye:
Now. you see how the name 3sc dey bring you good fortune. Yet, na so dey join the bandwagon
of jealous CE people to yab our darling team (The best of the best and the pacesetter of Naija football) :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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Thanks Chief oloye for this report. Quite a heartwarming write-up..
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Nice one uncle. You are an Uncle o. I take back every thing I ever said to you without preceeding it with "Uncle" like I do Uncle Ohsee ....and grand uncle yemibrassiere ...and uncle cellulite, and junior Ally uncle princess, and uncle Ogbunigwe, and uncle Okocha10, and ....and all the other uncles on this board

and you are the king of all uncles.. we salute you our elder uncle

No mind the great grand uncle. He loves using old age reverse psychology to fool people into thinking we are his agemates. Yeye spectator ally :D

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 4:34 pm 
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Oloye:
Now. you see how the name 3sc dey bring you good fortune. Yet, na so dey join the bandwagon
of jealous CE people to yab our darling team (The best of the best and the pacesetter of Naija football) :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Hahaha my problem with Shooting os how the club is being run. Even Pascal agreed with me they should be yabbed! :lol:

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oloye, very good one. Must have been sweet re-uniting with Alloy. I hope to catch up with him soon too.

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oloye, very good one. Must have been sweet re-uniting with Alloy. I hope to catch up with him soon too.


Dont you dare try it! We are watching you, very closely. :sneaky:

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


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YemiBrazil wrote:
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Nice one uncle. You are an Uncle o. I take back every thing I ever said to you without preceeding it with "Uncle" like I do Uncle Ohsee ....and grand uncle yemibrassiere ...and uncle cellulite, and junior Ally uncle princess, and uncle Ogbunigwe, and uncle Okocha10, and ....and all the other uncles on this board

and you are the king of all uncles.. we salute you

No mind the great grand uncle. He loves using old age reverse psychology to fool people into thinking we are his agemates. Yeye spectator ally :D
Heartily uncle 1Naija is not that old though he looks that way because he is inflicted with progeria thus it seems he is in his late eighties or early nineties.


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oloye, very good one. Must have been sweet re-uniting with Alloy. I hope to catch up with him soon too.


Dont you dare try it! We are watching you, very closely. :sneaky:


No need to shake, danfo. Just looking forward to meeting my old practice mate at ACB (Alloy). I might meet him at the London friendly against England or hook up with him in Nigeria this summer. As for watching closely, you can't stop the inevitable! If only you knew. :smile:

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Obong wrote:
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oloye, very good one. Must have been sweet re-uniting with Alloy. I hope to catch up with him soon too.


Dont you dare try it! We are watching you, very closely. :sneaky:


No need to shake, danfo. Just looking forward to meeting my old practice mate at ACB (Alloy). I might meet him at the London friendly against England or hook up with him in Nigeria this summer. As for watching closely, you can't stop the inevitable! If only you knew. :smile:


We can permit you to meet with Alloy, but Odas has to be by your side at all times! Abi, how you see am? :D :taunt:


P.s- Alloy will NOT be in Nigeria, this summer. :wink:

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


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


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Nice one, Oloye. Well done, Sir.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 6:46 pm 
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Sitting down at the depature lounge of the Nnamdi Azikwe airport Abuja wondering what to do to run down the delayed Lufthansa flight on my way back to base after attending my mother in-law's funeral. But as i lifted my head up, i saw these men file into the lounge, they were dressed up in the colours of the Nigerian national team, i realised they were the officials of the national team the Super Eagkes.

I whispered to my wife, that i hope one of these officials would still remember me having left the game over 20 years now. My prayers were answered as i spotted the guy who over the years had served the NFF travel department so well, i jumped up to go say hello...then things picked up from there. Salisu walked in he recognised me , then they beckoned Ibitoye, he was not a player, i believe he is one of the media officials, he knew me way back in Ilorin, he went to the same Seconday school, but he was way back my junior then, but he knew me alright , from my days in Kwasu Bombers. They beckoned to one of the coaches, voila it turned out to be one of the Shooting stars legends, Pascal, we spent some time trvaelling down the memory lane.


Salisu did not waste time reminding me how as a player with El-Kanemi,he managed to score a late corner kick goal against my BCC team. When i told him i married from Benue state , he quickly countered, by saying, 'I also married from Markudi'....to which i reminded him how lucky we both were.

I commended the team for a job well done, ....then Ibitoye made a cheeky comment....see he still looks fit, he can still play for the Super Eagles. I quickly used the opportunity to point out how wel orgaised the team was these days, both in terms of orgainising friendlies and travel. After which i kindly turned down the Ibitoye offer, saying thankfully the days of 'Hey You' players turning up ay random to help make up the team was gone. Well the protocol officer was quick to dig up history,by narrating how in one of the friendlies he had to dress up as one of the players , he even got a few minutes game which Ibitoye jokingly counted as his only international the country.

They told me they were on their way for the Poland and Serbia match,they confirmed the England's match,to which i promised i will be there God willing...heck i even extracted the promise of a jersey from th protocol officer.

As we all dispersed ,i felt this ptivileged encounter would be a waste if i dont do an interview of sort. I was still mulling who best to go to,Salisu was seated right behind me, but we were not thst close back in the day, i am not sure he would feel comfortable if i start popping questions about the team. As i was still pondering on what my next move should be,the protocol officer tapped me on the shoulders and pointed someone i had missed completely to me....what pleasant surprise that was....it was the national team goal keepers trainer, Alloy Agu. The last time i saw him was 1990,when we had a brief stinct with BCC Lions before leaving us for Belgium.

I'd known him prior to that, and playes against one another both on the national league, when he played for both NEPA FC and the defunct ACB FC both of Lagos. Also we faced each other when he manned the goal for Unilag and I playing for Unilorin....so it was pleasant re-union.

After the normal exchange of pleasantries i felt i could get some jist howbeit in an un-official capacity from him. So i spent the next 15 minutes posing some questions to him.
Knowing that one of the biggest concerns on CE is the issue of our goalkeeping situation,this was too good an opportunity to let go. So enjoy the discussions we had.
I asked him what the goalkeeping situation was like,i told him about CE and how apprehensive thr members were with the current situation.

In response he felt the fans have decided to make an issue out of the situation. He used the illustration of being used to driving a particular car and being relunctant to change. As far as he is concerned the inevitability of a change is upon us, and as far the the officials are concerned they can only make do with what they have. He said the aim of the management team is to try to instill a much confidence and belief as possible to the available keepers.

I brought up the issue of Enyeama,his response was, the ball was and still is in Enyeama's courtto play. He expressed the concern everyone shared about his non playing time even if he decides to come back. If he decides to, there wont be any auto shirt, this situation is perfectly understandable considering the plight of Enyeama.The impression i got is that , the move to come back or not is Enyeama's to make.

I brought up the issue of Uzoho, Alloy had good things to say about him. Let me usethe phrase that best captures his impression of the lad.....i have been long in the business to know a good talent. He believes the boy is good, and he cited two attributes.....he is a calm goalie and he has good aerial command. I suspect this attributes standout in contrast to the others...this is my own opinion.
On Ezenwa, he believes the boy has done enough to be allowed to have a go, he cited the Cameroon match as a good validation test. We both agreed thst many fans have chosen to dwell only on the one mistake he made , while sacrificing the good points. That ought not to be we both agreed.

I was tempted to probe further, but i felt i had done enough at least for an impromptu interview, i did not want turn a nice banter into an official interview, i wanted to leave a roomto be able to approach him again in June, when i feel a better opportunity to do more examination will happen.

So bade him farewell with the promise to hook up in June. We boarded the same Flight to Frankfurt, men i felt so good just being with the lads again.
Oloye, excellent write up!

I remember barely a few months ago reading your musings about your sighting from afar your old friend Alloy Agu coaching with the SE, probably at one of the SE games here in the UK and how it brought back all those nostalgic memories.
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oloye, very good one. Must have been sweet re-uniting with Alloy. I hope to catch up with him soon too.


Dont you dare try it! We are watching you, very closely. :sneaky:


No need to shake, danfo. Just looking forward to meeting my old practice mate at ACB (Alloy). I might meet him at the London friendly against England or hook up with him in Nigeria this summer. As for watching closely, you can't stop the inevitable! If only you knew. :smile:


We can permit you to meet with Alloy, but Odas has to be by your side at all times! Abi, how you see am? :D :taunt:


P.s- Alloy will NOT be in Nigeria, this summer. :wink:


The plan is to be in Nigeria during AND after the World Cup. Note that the final list for the World Cup will b released after the England friendly. And, Yes, Odas is free to be by my side at all times. The perfect witness I must agree.

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Nice write up from Oloye, as always. Love it! BTW, you no axe am about Akpeyi or say I'm say de things wey you no for fit publish here?

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Uncle Oloye well done.


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Enugu II wrote:
Nice write up from Oloye, as always. Love it! BTW, you no axe am about Akpeyi or say I'm say de things wey you no for fit publish here?

I was tempted to be more direct...but i was not sure how much he would want to disclose...somehow i feel this area remains a sensitive one for the crew.

Hopefully sha, God keepibg us all alive till June, i think the atmosphere will be right to ask more direct questions. Was not prepared for the opportunity that presented itself...for example as i sit back to reflect, still cabnot believe i did not ask Salisu anything about hos job, about CHAN..even though he sounded more open than i expected.

I was with wifey, leaving her all by herself while trying to do catch up i felt might leave me begging later for understanding :lol:

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Nice write up from Oloye, as always. Love it! BTW, you no axe am about Akpeyi or say I'm say de things wey you no for fit publish here?



Uncle, why do you want him to ask about Akepyi out of the 28 players invited? Who do you want to replace Akepyi with? The MFM goalkeeper?

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Oloye, please offer a comment on the quality of the toilets at the Nnamdi Azikiwe airport. I have had three experiences of the facility in the past three years, each of them embarrassing. I think this is soccer-related, as they are the same ones our soccer stars, officials and visitors also use.



HERE'S A TOILET STRATEGY FOR YOU

When outside Nigeria, use the toilet on the ground just before you board, and right after you land. That way you avoid the toilet in flight, unless you are on a long flight. In that case, you may have to use the onboard toilet once or twice.

If you are flying to Nigeria, use the onboard toilet just before you land. If you are departing from Nigeria, wait until you embark, then you can use the onboard toilet and avoid the one on the ground.
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