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I, like many others here believe that the more players you have playing in top sides, the better their quality. Playing against African opposition, less quality is needed but the world stage is a totally different ball game.

This is a color scheme of Top Nigerian Players and their League quality. Hopefully, we woudl have 5/6 players moving up to better sides this season.


*Very Good standing (Top 5 Leagues and Pedigree teasms in CL - Porto, Gala, etc): We have 11 players in this cat
*Good standing (TOp 10 clubs in Next 5 leagues - Belgium, Dutch, Portugal, Turkey, Russia): We have NO player in this cat
*Very Average (Switzerland, Ukraine, Austria, Scotish, MLS etc and Bottom 8/10 of Next 5 Leagues (BUrsaspor, Eupen, VVV venlo etc): We have 6 players in this cat
*LOW Leagues (CHina, Saudi, Egypt, Somalia): We have 5 players in this cat


From upcoming players we have
6 in green
6 in Blue
10 in Red

WORLD CUP SQUAD

Goalkeepers:
1.Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Enyimba) - TIme to move on from him,
2.Daniel Akpeyi (Chippa United/RSA) - and him

3.Francis Uzoho (Deportivo La Coruna/ESP) - Should move to the Top 8 leagues of Europe.

Defenders:
4.Elderson Echiejile (Cercle Brugge/BEL) - Goodbye
5.William Troost-Ekong (Udinese/Serie A) - Power move! Now he needs to play regualrly.
6.Shehu Abdullahi (Bursaspor/TUR) - We can allow him to stay here for 1 more season
7.Leon Balogun (Brighton Hove Albion/ENG) - MAde a great move
8. Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes /La Liga) - Good move. Needs to start playing reguarly
9.Bryan Idowu (Lokomotiv Moscow/RUS) - very good move. would be in the Champions league
10.Chidozie Awaziem (FC Porto/POR) - Must maintain a starting shirt
11.Tyronne Ebuehi (Benfica/POR) - Made a good move

Midfielders:
12.Mikel Obi (Tianjin Teda/CHN) - IF Baba wants to continue with SE, he must leave CHina by end of this season for MLS or TOp 8 leagues of the World
13.John Ogu (Hapoel Be’er Sheva/ISR) - Thanks Bro. time to go.
14.Ogenyi Onazi (Trabzonspor/TUR) - Dude must move back to the Top 5 leagues of the world. Trabzonspor did not even make top 8.
15. Oghenekaro Etebo (Stoke City - Championship) - Not a good move. We give him only 1 season to move to the Top 5 Leagues
16.Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City/ENG) - In the Top 5.
17. Joel Obi (Chievo Verona/ITA) - Parallel. Should stay injury free
18.Alex Iwobi (Arsenal/ENG) - Must maintain a starting shirt

Forwards:
19.Odion Ighalo (Changchun Yatai/CHN) - Gerra ro hia mehnn
20.Ahmed Musa (Al Nasser/ Saudi Arabia) - POOR MOVE! but no be me dey feed am.
21.Simeon Nwankwo (FC Crotone/ITA) - Must remain in the TOp 5 leagues of the world
22.Victor Moses (Chelsea/ENG) - Must maintain a starting shirt
23. Kelechi Iheanacho(Leicester City/ENG) - I dunno know mehn but in the Top 5


ON THE RADAR

Defence
1. Ola Aina (Torino, Serie A) - Good move. Needs to play day in day out
2. Nura Abdullai (Some club in Italy D2) - Must stay fit and get back to Roma's first team
3. Stanley Amuzie (Lugano, Swiss league): Needs to get games now

Midfield

4. Mikel Agu (Standard Liege) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics etc)
5.Ifeanyi Mathew (Lillestrom, Norway) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
6.Ajagun (Korkijk, Belgium)- Finally needs to make a move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe. His team was not Top 8 in Belgium last season.
7.Okechukwu Azubuike (Malatyaspor, Turkey) - Dude needs a move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc). Rumours are that some clubs in the Top 5 are interested in his service.
8.Usman Mohammed (Norway)
9. Uche Agbo (Standard Liege) - Must move back to the Top 5 league after this champions league season
10.Anderson Esiti (Gent Belgium) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
11.Alhassan Muazam (Maritimo, Portugal) - Good move. He is moving higher
12.Kelechi Nwakali (Porto B, Portuguese D2) - Should be off this list. No difference between D3 in portugal and the useless Chinese league


Attack
13.Sadiq Umar (Rangers, Scotland) - Parallel move. Lets see how he does in the Europa League. Scottish league itself is poor
14.Hilary Gong (Vitesse, Dutch League): Steadily going up
15.Victor OSimhem (Gent, Belgium): Slightly better move. Playing for a top Belgian club. Needs to start playing regularly[/color]
16.Hameed Akujobi (Herenveen, Dutch League)
17.Taiwo Awoniyi (Gent, Belgium) - Slightly better move. PLaying for a top belgian club
18. Denis Bonaventure (Club Brugge, Belgium) - Playing for a top Belgian club
18.Isaac Success (Watford, EPL) - must tie down a starting shirt at Watford and stay fit
19.Samuel Kalu (Bordeaux, Lique 1 France) - Good move. in the top 5 and should have a starting shirt.
20.Kayode Larry (Shanktar Donesk, Ukraine) - Good standing
21.Simon Moses (levante, Laliga) - Top League. Must start playing regularly
22.Henry Onyekuru (Galastasaray, Turkey and Champions League) - Good standing
23. Anthony Ujah (Mainz, Bundesliga - Germany) - Top 5 League
24.Orji Okonkwo (Bologna, Italy) - Must tie down a starting shirt or move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc). He's current standing not known.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:27 pm 
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chief nfachairman wrote:

*Must move: We have 8 players in this cat


You guys seem to think players simply get up one day and move
You should first get a club wanting to sign you

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:05 pm 
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Rawlings wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:

*Must move: We have 8 players in this cat


You guys seem to think players simply get up one day and move
You should first get a club wanting to sign you


Yes and alot of these guys have showcased themselves in the worldcup. Some of them did well in their clubs last season and some of them have past pedigree that can get them one last chance in a good team.

Already, we hear Ekong is pulling interest from Lille.
Omeruo, Idowu and Uzoho showcased themselves well in the WC.
Simy gave a blinder 2nd half of last season in Serie A. That can get him another club in the same league, nearly all the clubs in france, Germany, mid to low table clubs in La liga., CSKAs, Sporting Lisbons and Ajaxs of this world.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:29 pm 
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Not a bad thread.

This should actually be stickied. Mods?

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:34 pm 
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Troost Ekong related.

http://forum.cybereagles.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=289871

He might be moving to blue at least very soon.

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Yes, your type is needed at the NFF, this is what Nigeria paid Lagerback for the free information you gave

Dude came with excel and powerpoint, NFF members put both hands in the air and sang his praises

Got 300,000 pounds for 6 months, did ayahoo yahoo on Nigeria and left laughing

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:43 pm 
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marko wrote:
Yes, your type is needed at the NFF, this is what Nigeria paid Lagerback for the free information you gave

Dude came with excel and powerpoint, NFF members put both hands in the air and sang his praises

Got 300,000 pounds for 6 months, did ayahoo yahoo on Nigeria and left laughing

Oga Marko, let's try and keep this thread positive bro. It has great potential :thumb:

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cchinukw wrote:
Not a bad thread.

This should actually be stickied. Mods?

I support this idea.

Is it possible make an updatable database of players that would be viewable by all forumers, and to which they can contribute? I suggest that it include information such as minutes played in addition to position specific data (goals scored/90, shots blocked, tackles etc).

As much as the leagues/teams in which players are associated is important, I feel that consistent play at a decent level is more relevant to development.

Finally, some will wonder what the point is: I humbly propose that when we have debates and/or discussions on this forum about players' abilities, roles, and potential contribution to SE we will be more informed with the backing of data.

Of course, if there is existing resource similar to that which has been proposed here by nfachairman then we should be open to supporting that.


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cchinukw wrote:
marko wrote:
Yes, your type is needed at the NFF, this is what Nigeria paid Lagerback for the free information you gave

Dude came with excel and powerpoint, NFF members put both hands in the air and sang his praises

Got 300,000 pounds for 6 months, did ayahoo yahoo on Nigeria and left laughing

Oga Marko, let's try and keep this thread positive bro. It has great potential :thumb:



I like this thread! This is what planning is all about, you dont start planning on world cup year, it starts today, Nigerian players have to work harder so they can attract the big clubs, i feel in 4 hears, we should have at least 5-6 world class players in that team

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Having players in top clubsides does not guarantee the SE of our dreams esp if such players play in EPL
EPL teams are notorious for putting pressure on nat team duties. How many SE on display this 2018 WC have the quality of Bright Omokaro/ Frday Ekpo/ Thompson oliha/John Ene Okon/ Wole Odegbami? Sunday Eboighe......... The way fwd for SE is to strengthen local league once again. Nigeria strength has always been BEST wingers on the continent. Wingers are a must for SE
Let us not put all eggs in foreign based basket........I dare say no one in today SE backline is GOOD enough for SE of my dream ...fact

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I don't think this thread should be limited to tracking our players in top European leagues alone.

Africa has some top sides with history. We have a few players in South America. Those should also be considered as well IMHO.

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Having players in top clubsides does not guarantee the SE of our dreams esp if such players play in EPL
EPL teams are notorious for putting pressure on nat team duties. How many SE on display this 2018 WC have the quality of Bright Omokaro/ Frday Ekpo/ Thompson oliha/John Ene Okon/ Wole Odegbami? Sunday Eboighe......... The way fwd for SE is to strengthen local league once again. Nigeria strength has always been BEST wingers on the continent. Wingers are a must for SE
Let us not put all eggs in foreign based basket........I dare say no one in today SE backline is GOOD enough for SE of my dream ...fact


Some CE member don't want to give homebase players a chance,
claiming they have low IQ Blah Blah

They can't make Foreign trials

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GONG!!!

This is a high profile transfer in a high standard dutch league. They shelled out $4m meaning they expect him to be one of the live wires of their team. He's just one great season away from the likes of PSG, Barca, Man U, dortmund, celtics etc. Now he needs to deliver then maybe an SE callup could happen.

http://owngoalnigeria.com/2018/07/07/wh ... di-george/


Dutch top division side Vitesse Arnhem recently announced the signing of AS Trencin Nigerian winger Hillary Gong on a four year deal for a fee in the region of almost €4m.

Owngoalnigeria.com has tracked the winger right from his formative days at Jos where he turned out for the famous GBS Football Academy, which is owned by popular youth coach Ahmed Ibrahim, the one most people refer to as ‘ Coach Bros’.

Hong started his football with the Academy and didn’t play for any team in the various leagues in Nigeria before joining Trencin 18 months ago, where he grew in leaps and bounds.

In the only full season he played at the club, the 19 year old showed why he is widely regarded as the closest thing to have come out of Nigeria in terms of wingers since the exit of Finidi George formerly of Ajax ‎.

Here are five things fans of Vitesse should expect from the forward, who is widely tipped to be a big hit in the Dutch Eredivisie at same club where Nigerian forward Abiola Dauda failed to sparkle.

DONT MISS ==> Exclusive - Legia Warsaw Beat Genk To Signing Of Nigeria U19 Captain Igoh Ogbu
1. The indigene of Jos in Plateau state Nigeria is quick, strong & skillful.

2. A cultured winger who can defend when the need arises without neglecting his main duty in attack. Simply put, he is very good at both ends of the pitch.

3. Hong is rated as one of the most technical player in the Slovakian league last season due to his ability to know when to run at defenders, shoot, pass or even go for goals with the balls at his feet. His positioning without the ball is also top notch.

4. He finised last season with 14 assists in all competitions. Which increased his total contribution in terms of goals to 26 as he also found the back of the net 12 times. Meaning he can create and also score goals.

5. ‎Fans of Vitesse should be rest assured that their new signing won’t miss games due to injuries or suspension. Since moving to Trencin his health and disciplinary record is about the best in the division.


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We do need wingers.

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Is he ageology compliant though?

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Is he ageology compliant though?



We are still testing the fossils.


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chief nfachairman wrote:
I, like many others here believe that the more players you have playing in top sides, the better their quality. Playing against African opposition, less quality is needed but the world stage is a totally different ball game.

This is a color scheme of Top Nigerian Players and their League quality. Hopefully, we woudl have 5/6 players moving up to better sides this season.


*Very Good standing: We have 6 players in this cat
*Good standing but should move: We have 3 players in this cat
*Must move: We have 8 players in this cat
*We love your sacrifice for country so far. Goodbye: We have 5 players in this cat
*Kelechi is unrated.

From upcoming players we have
3 in green
2 in Blue
14 in Red

WORLD CUP SQUAD

Goalkeepers:
1.Ikechukwu Ezenwa (Enyimba) - TIme to move on from him,
2.Daniel Akpeyi (Chippa United/RSA) - and him

3.Francis Uzoho (Deportivo La Coruna/ESP) - Should move to the Top 8 leagues of Europe.

Defenders:
4.William Troost-Ekong (Bursaspor/TUR) - Needs to move to the TOP 5 Leagues. It is runored he would be signing for Lille very soon. http://owngoalnigeria.com/2018/06/29/li ... bursaspor/
5.Shehu Abdullahi (Bursaspor/TUR) - We can allow him to stay here for 1 more season
6.Leon Balogun (Brighton Hove Albion/ENG) - MAde a great move
7.Kenneth Omeruo (Chelsea/ENG) - Must move to the Top 5 leagues of the world
8.Bryan Idowu (Amkar Perm/RUS) - Needs to move to the TOp 3 clubs in RUssia or TOp 5 leagues in Europe
9.Chidozie Awaziem (FC Porto/POR) - Must maintain a starting shirt
10.Elderson Echiejile (Cercle Brugge/BEL) - Goodbye
11.Tyronne Ebuehi (Benfica/POR) - Made a good move

Midfielders:
12.Mikel Obi (Tianjin Teda/CHN) - IF Baba wants to continue with SE, he must leave CHina by end of this season for MLS or TOp 8 leagues of the World
13.Ogenyi Onazi (Trabzonspor/TUR) - Dude must move back to the Top 5 leagues of the world
14.John Ogu (Hapoel Be’er Sheva/ISR) - Thanks Bro
15.Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City/ENG) - We expect a move to the top 5 teams in the TOp leagues this season or next
16. Oghenekaro Etebo (Las Palmas - Laliga/ CD Feirense-POR) - We give him only 1 season to move to the Top 5 Leagues
17.Joel Obi (Torino FC/ITA) - Should stay injury free

Forwards:
18.Odion Ighalo (Changchun Yatai/CHN) - Gerra ro hia mehnn
19.Ahmed Musa (Leicester City/ENG) - Needs to stay in the TOp 5 leagues or biggest teams in turkey, portugal and Netherlands
20.Alex Iwobi (Arsenal/ENG) - Must maintain a starting shirt
21.Simeon Nwankwo (FC Crotone/ITA) - Must remain in the TOp 5 leagues of the world
22.Victor Moses (Chelsea/ENG) - Must maintain a starting shirt
23. Kelechi Iheanacho(Leicester City/ENG) - I dunno know mehn.


ON THE RADAR

Defence
Ola Aina (Hull city, Championship) - Must move to the top 5 leagues
Nura Abdullai (Some club in Italy D2) - Must stay fit and get back to Roma's first team

Midfield
Uche Agbo (Standard Liege) - Must move back to the Top 5 league after this champions league season
Mikel Agu (Standard Liege) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics etc)
Ifeanyi Mathew (Lillestrom, Norway) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
Kelechi Nwakali (MVV Mastrict, Dutch D2) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
Anderson Esiti (Gent Belgium) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
Ajagun (Korkijk, Belgium)- Finally needs to make a move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
Alhassan Muazam (Maritimo, Portugal) - Good move. He is moving higher
Okechukwu Azubuike (Malatyaspor, Turkey) - Dude needs a move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc). Rumours are that some clubs in the Top 5 are interested in his service.
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Simon Moses (Gent, Belgium) - Must move to Top 5 leagues
Henry Onyekuru (Anderlecht, Belgium) - Good standing
Taiwo Awoniyi (Mouscron, Belgium) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc)
Sadiq Umar (NAC Breda, Holland) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc)
Orji Okonkwo (Bologna, Italy) - Must tie down a starting shirt or move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc)
Isaac Success (Malaga, Spain) - must tie down a starting shirt at Watford and stay fit
Samuel Kalu (Gent Belgium) - Must move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe
Kayode Larry (Shanktar Donesk, Ukraine) - Good standing
Victor OSimhem (Wolfsburg, Germany): Must tie down a starting shirt or move to the top 5 leagues or top clubs in Europe like Benfica, celtics, cska etc)



WRONG DIRECTION

The goal should not be to push players to the top European clubs. The goal should be to have respectable domestic or regional leagues around the world. I don't know how anybody, moreso FIFA, could tolerate the the present state of soccer where the center of gravity appears to be western Europe. Why's it that only people in these countries get to see their players and others live while the rest of the world can only see them on TV? And where is the healthy diversity of playing styles if all play like these Europeans?

It irks me when the rest of the world act as though this is the inevitable condition, and not only accept it but push it. No, I'm not unrealistic and I know that players around the world are attracted to these few countries for economic reasons. I'd do the same myself. This points to the fact that the state of world football is in disrepair and the effort should be to fix it. Not perpetuate it.
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The best players should be invited regardless of which league they play in.

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The best players should be invited regardless of which league they play in.

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ohenhen1 wrote:
The best players should be invited regardless of which league they play in.


but where they play is often an indicator of how good they are.


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vancity eagle wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:
The best players should be invited regardless of which league they play in.


but where they play is often an indicator of how good they are.

It is an indication of how good their agent was at that time.

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vancity eagle wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:
The best players should be invited regardless of which league they play in.


but where they play is often an indicator of how good they are.


Domagoj Vida
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Andrej Kramaric
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cchinukw wrote:
Is he ageology compliant though?



We are still testing the fossils.

If all you have to work with are fossils,don't bother with the testing..... The ageologist have it

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