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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:17 pm 
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Good news he doesn't have to go back to Anderlecht.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:27 pm 
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Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:43 pm 
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Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:04 pm 
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marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.

Aha! Thanks for the explanation.

Rohr could be a mole sabotaging Nigerian football right under our noses. Time will tell.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:16 pm 
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cchinukw wrote:
marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.

Aha! Thanks for the explanation.

Rohr could be a mole sabotaging Nigerian football right under our noses. Time will tell.


Considering that we won the last WC he's sabotaging Nigerian football. :roll:

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:35 pm 
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.

Aha! Thanks for the explanation.

Rohr could be a mole sabotaging Nigerian football right under our noses. Time will tell.


Considering that we won the last WC he's sabotaging Nigerian football. :roll:

Considering he set the bar so low (learning expedition), I am tempted to think that was the case.

What did he use his time doing all the while before the tournament?

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marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.


Why just him though? Theres a lot of Nigerian players that can use some caps on their CV.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:51 pm 
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maceo4 wrote:
marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.


Why just him though? Theres a lot of Nigerian players that can use some caps on their CV.

Are you minding Nigerians :lol: :lol: :lol: . Funny enough they have latched onto we are here to learn paradigm to crucify the coach. I wonder what the same would have said if he took an unfit Onyekuru who did nothing all season to the WC , the same would have been shouting......................................., pls fill in the gap anyone who cares :lol: :lol:

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Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww

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oloye wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.


Why just him though? Theres a lot of Nigerian players that can use some caps on their CV.

Are you minding Nigerians :lol: :lol: :lol: . Funny enough they have latched onto we are here to learn paradigm to crucify the coach. I wonder what the same would have said if he took an unfit Onyekuru who did nothing all season to the WC , the same would have been shouting......................................., pls fill in the gap anyone who cares :lol: :lol:


You have a point but there were several unused players in the squad and there’s no doubt in my mind that Onyekuru would have been more productive than any one of them :!:


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Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww


If he or Nwakali had been pinpointed as players for the future at the beginning of last year, they both could have accumulated a significant number of call ups. Not all players should be getting that type of preferential treatment, but we haven't had a midfield talent of Nwakali's calibre since Mikel first burst onto the scene, while Onyekuru's Belgian exploits should have made him a shoe in for calls ups ages ago.

We don't have many players tearing it up, so we can afford to give a select few preferential treatment.

Especially Onyekuru deserved a chance based on merit. He arguably could have been a key player for us just like Ndidi and also could likely have filled the Moses Simon void at left wing.


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marutimon wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Galatasaray?
What happened to Everton?


He can't get a work permit.
A forward thinking coach would have invited him to the national team just so that Onyekuru can get more caps.


You guys just wake up and type rubbish. Is it the National team coach's job to ensure every Nigerian player gets work permit to play football in England? Wasn't Onyekuru invited to the SE when he was healthy and playing well?

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marutimon wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww


If he or Nwakali had been pinpointed as players for the future at the beginning of last year, they both could have accumulated a significant number of call ups. Not all players should be getting that type of preferential treatment, but we haven't had a midfield talent of Nwakali's calibre since Mikel first burst onto the scene, while Onyekuru's Belgian exploits should have made him a shoe in for calls ups ages ago.

We don't have many players tearing it up, so we can afford to give a select few preferential treatment.

Especially Onyekuru deserved a chance based on merit. He arguably could have been a key player for us just like Ndidi and also could likely have filled the Moses Simon void at left wing.

They've been pinpointed as players of the future. That's the more reason not to rush things. It's easy to sit behind your keyboard and blame someone else because Onyekuru cannot get into Everton team. Is Everton the only top club he could have signed for, that the SE would have to be picking players based on their clubs need? PLEASE

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pajimoh wrote:
marutimon wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww


If he or Nwakali had been pinpointed as players for the future at the beginning of last year, they both could have accumulated a significant number of call ups. Not all players should be getting that type of preferential treatment, but we haven't had a midfield talent of Nwakali's calibre since Mikel first burst onto the scene, while Onyekuru's Belgian exploits should have made him a shoe in for calls ups ages ago.

We don't have many players tearing it up, so we can afford to give a select few preferential treatment.

Especially Onyekuru deserved a chance based on merit. He arguably could have been a key player for us just like Ndidi and also could likely have filled the Moses Simon void at left wing.

They've been pinpointed as players of the future. That's the more reason not to rush things. It's easy to sit behind your keyboard and blame someone else because Onyekuru cannot get into Everton team. Is Everton the only top club he could have signed for, that the SE would have to be picking players based on their clubs need? PLEASE


It's not Onyekuru's fault with the work permit rules.
More callups would have likely had him already playing for Everton.

There is hardly anything more that Onyekuru could have done, apart from not signing an EPL side.


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marutimon wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww


If he or Nwakali had been pinpointed as players for the future at the beginning of last year, they both could have accumulated a significant number of call ups. Not all players should be getting that type of preferential treatment, but we haven't had a midfield talent of Nwakali's calibre since Mikel first burst onto the scene, while Onyekuru's Belgian exploits should have made him a shoe in for calls ups ages ago.

We don't have many players tearing it up, so we can afford to give a select few preferential treatment.

Especially Onyekuru deserved a chance based on merit. He arguably could have been a key player for us just like Ndidi and also could likely have filled the Moses Simon void at left wing.


He was called earlier, played and didn't show he could be a key player. Plus he was just coming off injury. Rohrs job was to take the best and healthiest hands to the WC, not to try and make sure players get caps so they can play for their club team. He knew he didn't have the caps when he decided to sign for Everton...

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marutimon wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
marutimon wrote:
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Some of you talk poop, it stinks. So the SE is there to hive players enough caps so they can move to the EPL? Since Onyekuru recently returned from injury, how many games would have been sufficient for him to satisfy the % rule? Numpties msshhheeewww


If he or Nwakali had been pinpointed as players for the future at the beginning of last year, they both could have accumulated a significant number of call ups. Not all players should be getting that type of preferential treatment, but we haven't had a midfield talent of Nwakali's calibre since Mikel first burst onto the scene, while Onyekuru's Belgian exploits should have made him a shoe in for calls ups ages ago.

We don't have many players tearing it up, so we can afford to give a select few preferential treatment.

Especially Onyekuru deserved a chance based on merit. He arguably could have been a key player for us just like Ndidi and also could likely have filled the Moses Simon void at left wing.

They've been pinpointed as players of the future. That's the more reason not to rush things. It's easy to sit behind your keyboard and blame someone else because Onyekuru cannot get into Everton team. Is Everton the only top club he could have signed for, that the SE would have to be picking players based on their clubs need? PLEASE


It's not Onyekuru's fault with the work permit rules.
More callups would have likely had him already playing for Everton.

There is hardly anything more that Onyekuru could have done, apart from not signing an EPL side.

It's not the SE's fault either. Clubs develop players and national teams come calling. If we start expecting call ups so as to allow players to get into clubs or meet certain rules, then just give the SE to agents.

Even if he meets the % rule, Everton could still loan him out or even sell him. I'm sure they were aware of the rules when they bought him and his agent must have been aware of the rules. Why should both of them be willing to do business only for pressure to be put on the SE handlers to cap him?

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Perhaps this is a signal that Galatasary can no longer get Musa to come.. Musa is now destined to get a second look at Leceister City..

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Good move...Champions league football...great exposure.


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He is making another egregious and stupid mistake . He should move to Germany, Spain or France. Who are his advisers . Honestly they want to ruin the boy's career . It is absolutely a wrong move for him.


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A loan move to Galatasaray is good.


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He is making another egregious and stupid mistake . He should move to Germany, Spain or France. Who are his advisers . Honestly they want to ruin the boy's career . It is absolutely a wrong move for him.


Its a loan...

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He is making another egregious and stupid mistake . He should move to Germany, Spain or France. Who are his advisers . Honestly they want to ruin the boy's career . It is absolutely a wrong move for him.


A CL regular team, often making the knock out stages, known for giving talented players a chance to develop.

This is a very good move.


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