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Everton winger Onyekuru angry with Anderlecht for making him miss out on Nigeria's World Cup squad - See more at: https://goo.gl/1KPzc4

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Everton winger Onyekuru angry with Anderlecht for making him miss out on Nigeria's World Cup squad - See more at: https://goo.gl/1KPzc4


I am not clicking on that link.
Isn't there a rule against titles and links without a body of context? :twisted:

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Everton winger Onyekuru angry with Anderlecht for making him miss out on Nigeria's World Cup squad - See more at: https://goo.gl/1KPzc4


I am not clicking on that link.
Isn't there a rule against titles and links without a body of context? :twisted:

I think you might have that backwards. :)

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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 9:52 am 
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Don’t blame me for Onyekuru’s dropping — Anderlecht coach

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Don’t blame me for Onyekuru’s dropping — Anderlecht coach ON MAY 20, 20185:00 AMIN SPORTS3 COMMENTS Anderlecht coach Hein Vanhaeze brouck has responded to speculations that his reluctance to give Henry Onyekuru playing time after the player came back from injury was responsible for his dropping from the Super Eagles World Cup squad.

Onyekuru ‘’The player’s camp says he’s not at the World Cup because of us? It’s easy to say that it’s Anderlecht’s fault, but it’s been repeated how many times before his injury,’’ Vanhaezebrouck told reporters.

‘’I know Nigeria players who have a lot of caps and were not selected. Kara did not play a lot, but he was called up by Senegal because Henry has yet to prove anything with Nigeria and his non-selection is also linked to his injury.’’ Onyekuru played two reserve team matches against Standard Liege and Sporting Lokeren, and Vanhaezebrouck has explained further the Nigerian was afraid to tackle.

‘’He played half an hour then an hour with the reserves, we saw he’s not ready yet, he’s afraid to make tackles, everyone at the club has seen him,’’ added Vanhaezebrouck. Onyekuru missed training with a stomach flu this week and is doubtful to be named in the Anderlecht squad for their final game of the season against Genk on Sunday.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/05/don ... cht-coach/

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PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2018 10:45 am 
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The guy is young he will likely have a shot at another World Cup, he should focus on his club game.

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I don't know why he doesn't want to leave that club. He obviously has a bad relationship with the coach. So why remain there? I think not taking a player to the WC that had the most goals and assists in the league last season and on top of that was voted as one of the best young talents in the belgian league,is a big mistake from Rohr. Apart from that Rohrs team is spot on!


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maceo4 wrote:
The guy is young he will likely have a shot at another World Cup, he should focus on his club game.

He should not play for Nigeria as long as Rohr remains the coach.


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I don't know why he doesn't want to leave that club. He obviously has a bad relationship with the coach. So why remain there? I think not taking a player to the WC that had the most goals and assists in the league last season and on top of that was voted as one of the best young talents in the belgian league,is a big mistake from Rohr. Apart from that Rohrs team is spot on!



He wants to leave but Anderlecht and Everton want him to stay. he is on loan from Everton, his parent club.

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Would have been crazy to select him so quickly after a major injury with limited playing time. One shares his frustration but I do not think his coach did anything wrong here.


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Kabalega wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Everton winger Onyekuru angry with Anderlecht for making him miss out on Nigeria's World Cup squad - See more at: https://goo.gl/1KPzc4

I am not clicking on that link.
Isn't there a rule against titles and links without a body of context? :twisted:

I don't know why the Mods are letting Ayo and Co. get away with this crap. If there is no rule to this type of thing or if the rule is NOT clear, then a rule should be written or made clear.

To me, for anyone or business to do what Ayo is doing, they should be paying some money to the CE.

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Would have been crazy to select him so quickly after a major injury with limited playing time. One shares his frustration but I do not think his coach did anything wrong here.

As always when things go wrong, in the heat of the moment fingers of accusation are pointed at all directions until the dust settles and reality sets-in.

As has been said by many people, not every Nigerian player is to make it to the World cup; therefore, for those who didn't, they just have to deal with it and move-on. Granted it hurts, but what can they do?

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Your good reason below applied to Kanu and Amokachie taking spots for in-form strikers like Akgboborie and maybe Ohenhen. Kanu returning from a major heart surgery, and Amo obviously injured.





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Would have been crazy to select him so quickly after a major injury with limited playing time. One shares his frustration but I do not think his coach did anything wrong here.

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According to a CE, Rohr is a fool for making Onyekuru to miss the WC. However, Onyekuru himself is putting the blame on Anderlecht :???:

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What has Onyekuru done in the natioal colors that justifies picking him after returning from a long injury lay-off?

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hestonap wrote:
Would have been crazy to select him so quickly after a major injury with limited playing time. One shares his frustration but I do not think his coach did anything wrong here.
The question is before his injury how much opportunity was he offered by the depraved fool in spite of his stellar performance . Mr Rohr didn't want him to expose his depravity and fecklessness . Musa, Kelechi and Simon were performing very poorly in their respective clubs he still gave them numerous opportunities to prove themselves . Nothing will ever convince me there is nothing insidious with Rohr's actions against Onyekuru . His actions are absolutely invidious and will surely his comeuppance from nemesis . Stupid foolish man.


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What has Onyekuru done in the natioal colors that justifies picking him after returning from a long injury lay-off?
How much opportunity was he offered to justify his exclusion?


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bully12 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
What has Onyekuru done in the natioal colors that justifies picking him after returning from a long injury lay-off?
How much opportunity was he offered to justify his exclusion?


regardless of the opportunity, it's too late in the day to catch this flight. it's a list of 30 that would be whittled down to 23. He's an unknown in the national team. Better the devil you know....AFCON is around the corner, he can start from there

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Enough is enough with this stupid crook called bully12. When the draw was made for wcq you falsely predicted that rohr will fail against Cameroon because your client wasn’t called. He conquered those games and you weren’t man enough to admit your wrong. Now, your crooked #$% is predicting doom again and will most likely be proved wrong. Onyekuru was invited and played against torsica, Algeria and couldn’t do anything meaningful. So, WTF do you think that he has earned the right to walk into our team after World Cup?? Shameless crook the man is probably sponsoring you to promote him here


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hestonap wrote:
Would have been crazy to select him so quickly after a major injury with limited playing time. One shares his frustration but I do not think his coach did anything wrong here.
The question is before his injury how much opportunity was he offered by the depraved fool in spite of his stellar performance . Mr Rohr didn't want him to expose his depravity and fecklessness . Musa, Kelechi and Simon were performing very poorly in their respective clubs he still gave them numerous opportunities to prove themselves . Nothing will ever convince me there is nothing insidious with Rohr's actions against Onyekuru . His actions are absolutely invidious and will surely his comeuppance from nemesis . Stupid foolish man.
You seem to tick all the boxes quite easily. I am sure that if we did a survey of forumers' views on you, the results would be unequivocal. :D
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You really have to be RETARDED, MAD, MENTAL, DELUSIONAL to think a player like onyekuru will walk into eagles team and bench proven boys that qualified for the World Cup. It’s either your integrity is compromised by MONEY, GIFTS, etc or you’re just a tribalist


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Enough is enough with this stupid crook called bully12. When the draw was made for wcq you falsely predicted that rohr will fail against Cameroon because your client wasn’t called. He conquered those games and you weren’t man enough to admit your wrong. Now, your crooked #$% is predicting doom again and will most likely be proved wrong. Onyekuru was invited and played against torsica, Algeria and couldn’t do anything meaningful. So, WTF do you think that he has earned the right to walk into our team after World Cup?? Shameless crook the man is probably sponsoring you to promote him here
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Meanwhile the man is old enough to be Onyekuru's grandfather!! :lol:

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IMHO, Onyekuru not being picked for camp was always predictable after his injury. It seemed thinly veiled that he was going to do whatever it took to make the World Cup. That is not bad but at times it appeared he was even willing to risk doing so with injury or not being fully fit. For me, he just needs to get a rest and be sure that he is FULLY FIT before playing for either club or country. A footballer's career is a very short one. Why take the risk of serious re-injury as seemed the case between the claim of whether surgery was needed or not just after he was injured? While I have no details of his injury, I also do not wish him to do things that an ruin his career. After all, even if he was fully fit, there was nothing to show that he would have made the World Cup 23. Just my tuppence.

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The coach saying he was afraid to tackle is all I needed. That’s a short-1 player...he could look good offensively, but he will harm your team

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