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 Post subject: SIMY NWANKWO HANGS AGAIN
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:32 pm 
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against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:33 pm 
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I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:34 pm 
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vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.



Good for him. Now he can start his summer holidays and watch the WC with joy like I do.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:36 pm 
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.



Good for him. Now he can start his summer holidays and watch the WC with joy like I do.

Simmy is going to the WC.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:56 pm 
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Trabzonspor beating Buraspor 3-1 at halftime

Shehu and Troost playing for Buraspor and Onazi playing for Trabzonspor.


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 3:01 pm 
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EPL final match.

Iheanacho starts

Moses starts

Iwobi starts at #10 role.


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 3:20 pm 
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Simy will be named tomorrow and will be on the plane to Russia!


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 3:21 pm 
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vancity eagle wrote:
EPL final match.

Iheanacho starts

Moses starts

Iwobi starts at #10 role.
Definitely a threat to John 12 client. He will not like this at all. Please Johnny stay away from transformer .It is not that bad yet.


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Simy will be named tomorrow and will be on the phone to Russia!


I agree! He will be at n the phone. :laugh:

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 3:47 pm 
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Looking at our final 23, it’s obvious that these players are going to World Cup except for injuries

1, uzoho
2, ezenwa

Defenders
Balogun
Shehu
Ekong
Idowu
Awaziam


Midfielders
Mikel
Onazi
Ndidi
Joel
Etebo
Ogu

Forwards
Iwobi
Iheanacho
Musa
Ighalo
Victor Moses
Simon Moses

I believe that there are 4 more positions available for fight. 1 goalkeeper, 2 defenders and 1 forward. The last forward position should go to anyone that impresses the most in friendlies. We’re only opening that last forward position because no one has officially taken it


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Dammy wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.



Good for him. Now he can start his summer holidays and watch the WC with joy like I do.

Simmy is going to the WC.


Based on what game footage in Nigeria colors.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 4:08 pm 
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vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.

:clap: :clap:


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:27 pm 
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I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.

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danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:39 pm 
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Cito wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:


If that is your interpretation of my comment, then the words I used earlier clearly describe you. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Please, go back to school and learn reading comprehension. :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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Cito wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:


He’s trying to educate you on the process of selecting players and the body of work required for this, which most certainly is not based on how hard you fight in practice sessions.

Only stupid managers and fans organize a camp for fighting sessions. May I recommend the WWE sir.....

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danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:


If that is your interpretation of my comment, then the words I used earlier clearly describe you. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Please, go back to school and learn reading comprehension. :lol:

I once heard/ read somewhere about fighting or having war of words with ignorant people and the wisdom in staying away because of their experience in those and bringing you to their level.
Happy Sunday bro! And enjoy your monopoly of sensible posts. :D

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:51 pm 
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txj wrote:
Cito wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:


He’s trying to educate you on the process of selecting players and the body of work required for this, which most certainly is not based on how hard you fight in practice sessions.

Only stupid managers and fans organize a camp for fighting sessions. May I recommend the WWE sir.....

Really? Ok and what you read from my post is physical fighting? Wow.
My post specifically said fit his framework and he took that as open camp. To a sensible person, does that not indicate his current team plus a couple of folks who are doing well that were not yet on the team? You don fall my hand with you interpretation, txj. With Danfo I understand in a bid to sound as the sole voice of reason he didn't read and comprehend. But you? Cmon bro.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:58 pm 
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txj wrote:
Cito wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Cito wrote:
I hope the best players ,that fits within the framework of what the coach is doing , gets called up to fight for a shirt for the final 23.


Fight for what shirt? if you want to engage in wrestling, shouldnt you go and fight in the market place. There, you can even find a shirt to buy.

I despise that phrase "fight for shirt."

Sorry, the time to "fight for shirt" was 2 years ago. No sane person will consider an open camp with multiple fighters slugging it out one month before the world cup! That is asinine and complete downright imbecility! One would think you people have learned your lesson with all the fighting you have been doing since 1998. smh.

As for Simy Nwankwo and the Super Eagles, I dont care to give my opinion.


Perfect definition for your rant above. :D
'Let's stay with players we used 2 years ago irrespective of their forms.' Sanity indeed! :oops:


He’s trying to educate you on the process of selecting players and the body of work required for this, which most certainly is not based on how hard you fight in practice sessions.

Only stupid managers and fans organize a camp for fighting sessions. May I recommend the WWE sir.....


The thing taya person. I thought it was obvious.

No one is saying that a player cannot join the team within 2 years, or that a last minute "surprise" cannot even pop up. Oh! Well, I am tired... Nigerians have finally worn me down. I am not interested in these silly debates anymore.

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


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 6:10 pm 
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Yakubu, Ujah also looked good playing for their clubs.


I won't buy any hype until I see him scoring consistently for Nigeria.


Let me remind people. The FIFA key dates.

May 21 to May 27 rest period

May 28 training camp starts

June 4 final list need to be submitted.

So you want take a player that has never played for Nigeria to the world cup. He will have about 7 days in camp, one friendly to make the team. You will drop players that have built years of chemistry playing together.

It is too late for Simy Nwankwo. Even if he is invited, it should only be as a camp body. He will get his chance after the world cup. It is not logical or pratical to take Nwankwo to the world cup.


Rohr should stick with the players that played in past games and friendlies.

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 6:29 pm 
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vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.



Seems Rohr already selected his WC 23 over 6 months ago. Rohr is not interested in discovering better options. He already told folks Nigeria lacks quality players, so expect him to stick with the headless chicken mafia.


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9jaMan wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
against Lazio. Cross into the box and he heads it in.

This guy can be dangerous if we have good crossers of the ball.

6 goals in 7 matches.



Seems Rohr already selected his WC 23 over 6 months ago. Rohr is not interested in discovering better options. He already told folks Nigeria lacks quality players, so expect him to stick with the headless chicken mafia.



Simy Nwankwo is the solution?

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