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Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html


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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2018 8:34 pm 
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Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html



I knew it was written by KOC when I read that line.

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danfo driver wrote:
gmoni1 wrote:
Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html



I knew it was written by KOC when I read that line.

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He is likely to be dropped eventually
We need a striker of his kind if we are serious about making headway.


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danfo driver wrote:
gmoni1 wrote:
Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html



I knew it was written by KOC when I read that line.


The goal was scored against Ezenwa though? Why does the report say Uzoho. Hope something funny isn't going on.
The report also didn't mention that the marker was Omeruo

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These guys are actually wearing bra o.


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These guys are actually wearing bra o.

:lol: :lol: https://fieldwiz.com

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These guys are actually wearing bra o.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

I guess in your world, the shorts they are wearing is G-String? mssshhhewwww

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Simy Nwankwo can score in the moon if he wants to but our Mr know it all coach Lazy Rohr is not taken him anywhere. He has his fixated allegiance to those he wants to take to World Cup


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Robotnik wrote:
These guys are actually wearing bra o.

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
I guess in your world, the shorts they are wearing is G-String? mssshhhewwww

Pajimoh and Robotnik; two of una no well at all :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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The article reads like that of an agent trying to promote his client to make the final 23. Nacho did score in the same game too.

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These guys are actually wearing bra o.



that means say Yemibrassier don hammer be dat!

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danfo driver wrote:
gmoni1 wrote:
Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html



I knew it was written by KOC when I read that line.


kai...naija na wa...so the person was watching Simy and at the same time watching a particular security detail's gun?

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These guys are actually wearing bra o.

:lol: :lol: https://fieldwiz.com


As our resident Bra entrepreneur and enthusiast, what type of bra is it? :P

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YemiBrazil wrote:
Robotnik wrote:
These guys are actually wearing bra o.

:lol: :lol: https://fieldwiz.com


As our resident Bra entrepreneur and enthusiast, what type of bra is it? :P


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danfo driver wrote:
gmoni1 wrote:
Not many who came to watch the Super Eagles' first full pre-World Cup camp training session at the practice pitch of the Goodwill Akpabio Stadium, could have told Simy Nwankwo from Adam before the session started.

This includes the assembled posse of journalists who had defied the burning topical sun to turn up to observe.

By the end of the session, however, everyone present knew who the Crotone forward was, and this wasn't just because of his towering beanpole frame.

All it took was one moment of goalscoring magic, but there were many others before and after.

After an hour of exercises, limbering up and ball work, Gernot Rohr broke his team into two sides to play against each other.

Simy led one line, and it was not too long before he left everyone open-mouthed with his skill.

First he beat the offside trap, admittedly a marginal call, but then out-sprinted his marker with long, rangy steps before moving one on one with goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Without breaking stride, he dropped a shoulder, watched Uzoho take the bait and sprawl helplessly on the turf, before chipping a majestic ball over the young goalkeeper.

First, a collective gasp, then applause went around the watchers on the sidelines. One security detail nearly dropped his rifle.

It was a moment of genius, and the kind of goal that can seal a World Cup berth for an outsider.

This isn't to say that Simy has already secured his spot in Russia, but goals like that, and the consistently high overall technical ability he showed on Thursday, could well lead to a surprise selection.

The player himself would not be drawn into losing his head in the clouds

"I am just here to be part of the family," he told KweséESPN afterwards. "It's not about what I can add to the team.

"It's about becoming part of a big family that has been doing great things and adapting to the system. Inside the team there are a lot of quality players that have been doing well, so it's just about becoming one of them."

If he keeps up this level of performance, Simy should slide seamlessly into the Super Eagles side.

Ndidi trains alone

Wilfred Ndidi showed no signs of the injury which had kept him out of Leicester City's final Premier League games as he walked on to the pitch with the rest of the squad.

However, it was soon obvious that he's still not at hundred percent.

The midfielder trained alone with the physiotherapists on the sidelines as the rest of the squad sweated it out on the pitch.

Officials told KweséESPN that he is not far from a return to the pitch.

Eagles begin using FieldWiz GPS trackers

At the beginning of the session, the coaches lined up strange-looking half vests for the players to wear under their shirts.

It turned out the mystery vests, which Odion Ighalo jokingly referred to as his "bra", were FieldWiz GPS trackers, which measure distance covered, speed, acceleration and sprints.

A team official told KweséESPN that Nigeria are the first of the African countries to deploy the monitoring technology.

CAF are scheduled to send the equipment to all five of its continental representatives for use during the World Cup.

Mikel, Moses, Ogu miss training

Captain Jon Mikel Obi, along with Victor Moses and John Ogu were missing from the team's morning training session.

Mikel and Ogu arrived later on Thursday afternoon but team officials told reporters Victor Moses would only join the squad in London.

It appears the Chelsea star has been given a few extra days off after his FA Cup exertions with the Stamford Bridge club.

https://www.yahoo.com/sports/m/b57fa8de ... ts-up.html



I knew it was written by KOC when I read that line.


kai...naija na wa...so the person was watching Simy and at the same time watching a particular security detail's gun?


to be gair, e get two eye :rotf:

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Cellular wrote:
YemiBrazil wrote:
Robotnik wrote:
These guys are actually wearing bra o.

:lol: :lol: https://fieldwiz.com


As our resident Bra entrepreneur and enthusiast, what type of bra is it? :P



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Simmy is going to the world cup. But will start from the Bench.

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Simmy is going to the world cup. But will start from the Bench.


Is that said in hope or belief

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These guys are actually wearing bra o.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

I guess in your world, the shorts they are wearing is G-String? mssshhhewwww

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2018 11:55 am 
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bully12 wrote:
Simy Nwankwo can score in the moon if he wants to but our Mr know it all coach Lazy Rohr is not taken him anywhere. He has his fixated allegiance to those he wants to take to World Cup


Simy Nwankwo is going to the World Cup. If you are hitting goals against Juve whilst the rest are tackling lower opposition, your argument is already made. Someone will just have to shift.


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