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What experience does the Iceland have to draw against Argies. We were simply tactically naive playing police long balls with tall croats in the 1st half and praying for Moses to path the Croatian sea in the 2nd. We better play our style of all attacking football against Iceland or another player will soon land slipper on Mrs Galavant Obi's face.

Sometimes when you people say the kind of stuff you said in your first line, I query why people make these sort of allegations. You mean the experience the Iceland team got from Euro has not helped their development?

I can say that in the past we had the privilege of the African Cup of nations falling in the same year as the world cup and it helped to prepare the team for the world cup proper. A number of what is seen now would have been seen.

Egbon, I meant what was Iceland's experience again South American teams. We cannot be clamoring for young energetic youngsters and then blame our loss on lack of experience.

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We have no coach. Period!

Rohr is chopping Nigerian dollar. Facts not feelings.

He is out of his depth.

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We have no coach. Period!

Rohr is chopping Nigerian dollar. Facts not feelings.

He is out of his depth.


Kpom!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Meanwhile, the Etebo own goal was not really his fault. I blame the whole defense for that goal....
Vindave, please note, Etebo did not score an own goal.
An own goal is when a player hits the ball on purpose, and not when a shot ricochets off him.

Please note: It was an own goal.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:07 am 
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What Rohr has been doing is managing his failure with all the lame excuses so he can 'build for the future'.

You could extend his contract after the world cup and you won't get anything better than the dog's dinner we've been served so far.

He is lazy and dumb. I miss you Keshi. I miss you big boss. Nigeria, a country that kills its own prophets with poverty.

You have you GERMAN FOREIGN coach who can't drill any defensive qualities into his team. What does he do really?

Why is this fraud in charge of the Super Eagles? Heads need to roll. Big time.

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cchinukw wrote:
What Rohr has been doing is managing his failure with all the lame excuses so he can 'build for the future'.

Yep, there's always some excuse...

- the player was fasting
- it was raining a lot
- we lost the friendlies so that people wouldn't be too excited about our chances at the World Cup
- we're here to learn

Let's wait and see what the latest excuse is.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:47 am 
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Rohr speaks....

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"I think the organisation was okay. We didn't concede from normal play, we conceded from set-pieces," Rohr said after the game."

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"It's important to make at least four points to qualify. All is in our hands. Let's be positive and believe we can do it.

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"We have the youngest team at the World Cup. Let them learn from this match and do better. We saw Iceland they are a strong team and they can do very well, but we know we can also do better."

So this guy is already talking about dropping more points and learning. He's a born loser. I'm sorry.

http://www.goal.com/en-ng/news/were-not ... 0gabopzqtm

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 3:12 am 
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marutimon wrote:
joao wrote:
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Meanwhile, the Etebo own goal was not really his fault. I blame the whole defense for that goal....
Vindave, please note, Etebo did not score an own goal.
An own goal is when a player hits the ball on purpose, and not when a shot ricochets off him.


It's an own goal, when you redirect a ball that wasn't heading towards goal.



KPOM. That is the definition of an own goal. If that ball did not touch Etebo, it would have gone safely beyond Nigeria's goal The right call is own goal.

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We are always inexperienced!

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Rohr is inexperienced.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:47 am 
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Izdatso? How many times have I said that you can’t take an under 23 team to the World Cup and expect miracles :?: :!:
Cheers.
Me sef don talk am taya.
Yet you will still find some calling for an even younger team!
Until we carry U-16 team go WC, dem no go gree us hear word. :roll:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 7:56 am 
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mystic wrote:
oloye wrote:
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What experience does the Iceland have to draw against Argies. We were simply tactically naive playing police long balls with tall croats in the 1st half and praying for Moses to path the Croatian sea in the 2nd. We better play our style of all attacking football against Iceland or another player will soon land slipper on Mrs Galavant Obi's face.

Sometimes when you people say the kind of stuff you said in your first line, I query why people make these sort of allegations. You mean the experience the Iceland team got from Euro has not helped their development?

I can say that in the past we had the privilege of the African Cup of nations falling in the same year as the world cup and it helped to prepare the team for the world cup proper. A number of what is seen now would have been seen.



17 of the 23 players on the team are playing in their first international tournament for the Super Eagles. That's a significant amount of inexperience that cannot be wished away.
But Nigerians want to wish it away becos "it doesnt matter". :roll:
That's why there were calls for Onyekuru, Aina and even Kelechi Nwakali up to the last minute just to make the squad even younger!

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Damunk wrote:
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oloye wrote:
Ekorian wrote:
What experience does the Iceland have to draw against Argies. We were simply tactically naive playing police long balls with tall croats in the 1st half and praying for Moses to path the Croatian sea in the 2nd. We better play our style of all attacking football against Iceland or another player will soon land slipper on Mrs Galavant Obi's face.

Sometimes when you people say the kind of stuff you said in your first line, I query why people make these sort of allegations. You mean the experience the Iceland team got from Euro has not helped their development?

I can say that in the past we had the privilege of the African Cup of nations falling in the same year as the world cup and it helped to prepare the team for the world cup proper. A number of what is seen now would have been seen.



17 of the 23 players on the team are playing in their first international tournament for the Super Eagles. That's a significant amount of inexperience that cannot be wished away.
But Nigerians want to wish it away becos "it doesnt matter". :roll:
That's why there were calls for Onyekuru, Aina and even Kelechi Nwakali up to the last minute just to make the squad even younger!

Whose fault is that?

He had chances to get Enyeama in too.

Una wey dey shout say Aina instead of Echiejile una see una life now? :sneaky:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:04 am 
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The YeyeMan wrote:
Rohr speaks....

Quote:
"I think the organisation was okay. We didn't concede from normal play, we conceded from set-pieces," Rohr said after the game."

Quote:
"It's important to make at least four points to qualify. All is in our hands. Let's be positive and believe we can do it.

Quote:
"We have the youngest team at the World Cup. Let them learn from this match and do better. We saw Iceland they are a strong team and they can do very well, but we know we can also do better."

So this guy is already talking about dropping more points and learning. He's a born loser. I'm sorry.

http://www.goal.com/en-ng/news/were-not ... 0gabopzqtm
How did you reach your conclusion?
You don't think we must make "at least four points"?
Or you think the progress is not "in our hands", and so we should wait for others to fokkop?
Or maybe we should not learn from the mistakes of this game?
Or maybe we should not strive to do better?

What exactly has he said that is wrong here?
Just agree you are having an 'emotional moment' right now. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:08 am 
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Damunk wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Rohr speaks....

Quote:
"I think the organisation was okay. We didn't concede from normal play, we conceded from set-pieces," Rohr said after the game."

Quote:
"It's important to make at least four points to qualify. All is in our hands. Let's be positive and believe we can do it.

Quote:
"We have the youngest team at the World Cup. Let them learn from this match and do better. We saw Iceland they are a strong team and they can do very well, but we know we can also do better."

So this guy is already talking about dropping more points and learning. He's a born loser. I'm sorry.

http://www.goal.com/en-ng/news/were-not ... 0gabopzqtm
How did you reach your conclusion?
You don't think we must make "at least four points"?
Or you think the progress is not "in our hands", and so we should wait for others to fokkop?
Or maybe we should not learn from the mistakes of this game?
Or maybe we should not strive to do better?

What exactly has he said that is wrong here?
Just agree you are having an 'emotional moment' right now. :lol: :lol: :lol:

We are having an emotional moment because we have been swindled by this German fraud.

Look at him on TV. He looks and sounds clueless.

We are just tourists. Not a competing team.

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cchinukw wrote:
Damunk wrote:
mystic wrote:
oloye wrote:
Ekorian wrote:
What experience does the Iceland have to draw against Argies. We were simply tactically naive playing police long balls with tall croats in the 1st half and praying for Moses to path the Croatian sea in the 2nd. We better play our style of all attacking football against Iceland or another player will soon land slipper on Mrs Galavant Obi's face.

Sometimes when you people say the kind of stuff you said in your first line, I query why people make these sort of allegations. You mean the experience the Iceland team got from Euro has not helped their development?

I can say that in the past we had the privilege of the African Cup of nations falling in the same year as the world cup and it helped to prepare the team for the world cup proper. A number of what is seen now would have been seen.



17 of the 23 players on the team are playing in their first international tournament for the Super Eagles. That's a significant amount of inexperience that cannot be wished away.
But Nigerians want to wish it away becos "it doesnt matter". :roll:
That's why there were calls for Onyekuru, Aina and even Kelechi Nwakali up to the last minute just to make the squad even younger!

Whose fault is that?

He had chances to get Enyeama in too.

Una wey dey shout say Aina instead of Echiejile una see una life now? :sneaky:
I lost the campaign to get Enyeama back fair and square, no hard feelings.
I never liked Echejiele in the first place.

Becos I may have been right on one or two issues doesn't now make me a competent coach and I'm not going to throw any coach under the bus based on an emotional tantrum. :idea:

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cchinukw wrote:
Damunk wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Rohr speaks....

Quote:
"I think the organisation was okay. We didn't concede from normal play, we conceded from set-pieces," Rohr said after the game."

Quote:
"It's important to make at least four points to qualify. All is in our hands. Let's be positive and believe we can do it.

Quote:
"We have the youngest team at the World Cup. Let them learn from this match and do better. We saw Iceland they are a strong team and they can do very well, but we know we can also do better."

So this guy is already talking about dropping more points and learning. He's a born loser. I'm sorry.

http://www.goal.com/en-ng/news/were-not ... 0gabopzqtm
How did you reach your conclusion?
You don't think we must make "at least four points"?
Or you think the progress is not "in our hands", and so we should wait for others to fokkop?
Or maybe we should not learn from the mistakes of this game?
Or maybe we should not strive to do better?

What exactly has he said that is wrong here?
Just agree you are having an 'emotional moment' right now. :lol: :lol: :lol:

We are having an emotional moment because we have been swindled by this German fraud.

Look at him on TV. He looks and sounds clueless.

We are just tourists. Not a competing team.
Yes, so when your emotional moment is over, come back and let's talk like rational men.
Right now, this place sounds like a women's refuge centre.

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Damunk wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Damunk wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:
Rohr speaks....

Quote:
"I think the organisation was okay. We didn't concede from normal play, we conceded from set-pieces," Rohr said after the game."

Quote:
"It's important to make at least four points to qualify. All is in our hands. Let's be positive and believe we can do it.

Quote:
"We have the youngest team at the World Cup. Let them learn from this match and do better. We saw Iceland they are a strong team and they can do very well, but we know we can also do better."

So this guy is already talking about dropping more points and learning. He's a born loser. I'm sorry.

http://www.goal.com/en-ng/news/were-not ... 0gabopzqtm
How did you reach your conclusion?
You don't think we must make "at least four points"?
Or you think the progress is not "in our hands", and so we should wait for others to fokkop?
Or maybe we should not learn from the mistakes of this game?
Or maybe we should not strive to do better?

What exactly has he said that is wrong here?
Just agree you are having an 'emotional moment' right now. :lol: :lol: :lol:

We are having an emotional moment because we have been swindled by this German fraud.

Look at him on TV. He looks and sounds clueless.

We are just tourists. Not a competing team.
Yes, so when your emotional moment is over, come back and let's talk like rational men.
Right now, this place sounds like a women's refuge centre.

There is no way to have a rational discussion about a team that on rational assessment looks like a road crash waiting to happen.

It is like coach got his badges from Oluwole.

Right now the rational thing to do is cross your fingers and hope for the best. You can't blame any passenger in that situation for being hysterical!

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[quote="TonyTheTigerKiller"]Izdatso? How many times have I said that you can’t take an under 23 team to the World Cup and expect miracles :?: :!:
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How old Christansen, who put in a decent show vs Peru? Age is not the factor, its much deeper than that, dare we don the goggles and dip our heads beneath the surface.


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Enugu II wrote:
marutimon wrote:
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Meanwhile, the Etebo own goal was not really his fault. I blame the whole defense for that goal....
Vindave, please note, Etebo did not score an own goal.
An own goal is when a player hits the ball on purpose, and not when a shot ricochets off him.


It's an own goal, when you redirect a ball that wasn't heading towards goal.



KPOM. That is the definition of an own goal. If that ball did not touch Etebo, it would have gone safely beyond Nigeria's goal The right call is own goal.



Funny enough, the goal fifa already credited Etebo with the goal, so I don't know why this guy was arguing that it was not an own goal. I felt pity for Etebo yesterday after the game as he looked so dejected, deflated, guilty as if he killed someone with his car via an accident. I was waiting for other players to cheer him up but...

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Yesterday too, I have to pity Mikel during the post match interview... He was so dazed, especially when asked on the Super Eagles major problem which has to do with defending set pieces.

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