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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.


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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Salah Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.


Salah? Always upwards?

Chelsea -> Fiorentina was upwards?

Galatasaray is a CL team with history. That is an obvious move upwards.


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1naija wrote:
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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?


You are too quick to condemn opinions that don’t align with yours. As a matter of fact, it wouldn’t be a bad policy if the NFF proactively intervenes in the careers of players projected to play major roles in the national team. Other countries do it too, you know. If you know that Onyekuru is expected to be a main feature for the SE in the near future then you want him playing in the best leagues possible so, if giving him enough caps to make him eligible to play in the big leagues is what is required then that’s what you must do. That’s precisely what FAs who plan for the future would do :!: :!: :!:


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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:28 pm 
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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


Na wa o, he went there on loan, his real team is Everton which is a step up from Belguim, but he can't play there so he has to step down to a team willing to take him on loan at his current wages...

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bully12 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
bully12 wrote:
From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


Na wa o, he went there on loan, his real team is Everton which is a step up from Belguim, but he can't play there so he has to step down to a team willing to take him on loan at his current wages...

So do you expect him to hang around a team with a coach hostile to him?

Just as long as he can get regular play time and concentrate on his football, it's all good. There are worse things in life than a loan move to a CL team.

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cchinukw wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bully12 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
bully12 wrote:
From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


Na wa o, he went there on loan, his real team is Everton which is a step up from Belguim, but he can't play there so he has to step down to a team willing to take him on loan at his current wages...

So do you expect him to hang around a team with a coach hostile to him?

Just as long as he can get regular play time and concentrate on his football, it's all good. There are worse things in life than a loan move to a CL team.


Yep, not sure wetin dey do bully...

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From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


EPL was once like that...............KIlinsman,Branco, Zola, Ravanelli, Gullit, Vialli Juninho and the list goes on.

Turkish league is way better than Belgium................Plus CL footie.

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maceo4 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bully12 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
bully12 wrote:
From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


Na wa o, he went there on loan, his real team is Everton which is a step up from Belguim, but he can't play there so he has to step down to a team willing to take him on loan at his current wages...

So do you expect him to hang around a team with a coach hostile to him?

Just as long as he can get regular play time and concentrate on his football, it's all good. There are worse things in life than a loan move to a CL team.


Yep, not sure wetin dey do bully...


His Brain is Bullying him

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 4:57 am 
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cchinukw wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
bully12 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
bully12 wrote:
From Belgium league to Turkish league you brand that a good move. It is like bird who flew from ground level to an anthill .Please see how Sala Mohammed is always moving upwards .Surely before long he will end up with Real Maldrid the best club in the world . Our boys keep running in circle , What a shame. This same stupid mistake he made last year signing with Everton without understanding the implications and consequences.

Ol'boy how can CL footie not be a good move, especially when he is likely to be a first team regular.

At this stage in his career, remaining in Belgium where the coach appears to have his own issues with him is career killing.

In fact, the only limit is the lad himself. I still believe in him and it could just be the launchpad he needs to move his career to the next level. What's not to like?

I tire for una.
I have always known that players at the tail end of their careers move to Turkish league . One can start with Belgium or Holland leagues then move to a better league like Italy, Germany ,France, England and Spain . You all keep talking about CL team. Is Anderlecht not a CL club last year, What good did that does to his career other than setting him backwards. Please name one good player that had moved from the elite club to Turkish clubs unless their careers are regressing or waning . This is absolutely none circumspect move. I hope he does not regret it . He has the potentials of doing far better than this , There is no question I'm definitely disappointed with his handlers. They are surely making a mess


Na wa o, he went there on loan, his real team is Everton which is a step up from Belguim, but he can't play there so he has to step down to a team willing to take him on loan at his current wages...
NO. Move to better club and better league. Awonyi is definitely moving in a more positive direction. He moves to a better league and a better club. How come his handlers can not do this same for him. I'm the only that motivates them is their selfish pecuniary interest.
So do you expect him to hang around a team with a coach hostile to him?

Just as long as he can get regular play time and concentrate on his football, it's all good. There are worse things in life than a loan move to a CL team.
. Move to better club and better league. Awonyi is definitely moving in a more positive direction. He moves to a better league and a better club. How come his handlers can not do this same for him. I'm the only that motivates them is their selfish pecuniary interest.
So do you expect him to hang around a team with a coach hostile to him?Move to better club and better league. Awonyi is definitely moving in a more positive direction. He moves to a better league and a better club. How come his handlers can not do this same for him. I'm sure the only thing that motivates them is their selfish pecuniary interest.


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bully, theres a reason why Onyekuru and the likes of Omeruo end up taking loans in Turkey, its their wages. You want him to go to Monaco but will they be willing to pay for his relatively high wages compared to someone like Awoniyi who is not so expensive. Its a loan move, he just needs to stay there for this season and hopefully he can get a permit for next season. At least he's in a better situation than Omeruo where his parent club seem to want him...

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First Gala goal in preseason:





Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick for ignoring this talented baller, onyekuru and K. Nwakali could have improved the SE attack.


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9jaMan wrote:
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First Gala goal in preseason:





Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick for ignoring this talented baller, onyekuru and K. Nwakali could have improved the SE attack.

I am telling you!!!


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First Gala goal in preseason:





Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick for ignoring this talented baller, onyekuru and K. Nwakali could have improved the SE attack.

Ol'boy I am one of Rohr's critics but from all indices from recovery from injury to lack of play time and match fitness, there is no way Rohr would have been justified to take a passenger.

We just thank God the lad is now finding his scoring feet again.

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Our 2022 team will be centred around:

Uzoho
Ebuehi
Awaziem
Ndidi
Etebo
Nwakali
Onyekuru

I just hope all these boys are playing top flight Champions League football by then.

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cchinukw wrote:
9jaMan wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
First Gala goal in preseason:





Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick for ignoring this talented baller, onyekuru and K. Nwakali could have improved the SE attack.

Ol'boy I am one of Rohr's critics but from all indices from recovery from injury to lack of play time and match fitness, there is no way Rohr would have been justified to take a passenger.

We just thank God the lad is now finding his scoring feet again.



Passenger? Onyekuru fully recovered before the WC, Rohr could have at least invited him to assess his fitness. Players like onazi, akpeyi were passengers that had no business in the WC but Rohr was not crucified for taking them. More Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick


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Could you imagine if Onyekuru had those chances Ighalo insanely botched at least we could have got out of first round


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Could you imagine if Onyekuru had those chances Ighalo insanely botched at least we could have got out of first round


Yes. We would have won the wc easily with onyekuru. :roll:

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Onyekuru, Nwakali and arguably Usman Mohammed should have been in Russia. I am sure Rohr is regretting not taking them now.

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Onyekuru, Nwakali and arguably Usman Mohammed should have been in Russia. I am sure Rohr is regretting not taking them now.

Regret what?
Onyekuru was recovering from injury. Is Nwakali better than the midfielders we had?
I dont know about Usman Mohammed

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9jaMan wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
9jaMan wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
First Gala goal in preseason:





Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick for ignoring this talented baller, onyekuru and K. Nwakali could have improved the SE attack.

Ol'boy I am one of Rohr's critics but from all indices from recovery from injury to lack of play time and match fitness, there is no way Rohr would have been justified to take a passenger.

We just thank God the lad is now finding his scoring feet again.



Passenger? Onyekuru fully recovered before the WC, Rohr could have at least invited him to assess his fitness. Players like onazi, akpeyi were passengers that had no business in the WC but Rohr was not crucified for taking them. More Thunder fire Rohr and Pinnick
Fully recovered to do what?
Play high-intensity world cup-level football or to simply walk and run pain-free on both legs?
I think there is a difference.

You obviously have a very short memory.
Either that or you are a straight-faced confabulator. :D

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