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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 6:09 pm 
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Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


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Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.
Mindset.
So you do not feel that big tournament experience, high profile CL game experience and ultimately the general quality in you and around you all majorly contribute to your 'mindset'?.

On the one hand you are acknowledging that mindset in general can work for you, but on the other hand you are refusing to acknowledge the crucial building blocks of such a mindset.

Its not by mouth alone persin dey get 'mindset'.

There is a reason why at the end of the day, our two best players were arguably Mikel and Musa. :idea:

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Damunk wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.
Mindset.
So you do not feel that big tournament experience, high profile CL game experience and ultimately the general quality in you and around you all majorly contribute to your 'mindset'?.

On the one hand you are acknowledging that mindset in general can work for you, but on the other hand you are refusing to acknowledge the crucial building blocks of such a mindset.

Its not by mouth alone persin dey get 'mindset'.

There is a reason why at the end of the day, our two best players were arguably Mikel and Musa. :idea:

You're not making sense.......try again,

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2018 8:25 pm 
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His making so much sense


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Damunk wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.
Mindset.
So you do not feel that big tournament experience, high profile CL game experience and ultimately the general quality in you and around you all majorly contribute to your 'mindset'?.

On the one hand you are acknowledging that mindset in general can work for you, but on the other hand you are refusing to acknowledge the crucial building blocks of such a mindset.

Its not by mouth alone persin dey get 'mindset'.

There is a reason why at the end of the day, our two best players were arguably Mikel and Musa. :idea:


Please stop joking! :roll: :roll: :roll: Mikel was horrible! Horrible for 2 successive World Cups. Musa was good for Nigeria.


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Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


Don't forget most of them have also played together in the national team (Youth and now senior team) setting for the past decade.

How long has the youngest team players played together? 2 -- 3 months?

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1naija wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


Don't forget most of them have also played together in the national team (Youth and now senior team) setting for the past decade.

How long has the youngest team players played together? 2 -- 3 months?

Yes....19 year old Mbappe was part of the snr national team since he was 13 years.
Grabbing for straws in defense of a cowardly wowo coach.

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1naija wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


Don't forget most of them have also played together in the national team (Youth and now senior team) setting for the past decade.

How long has the youngest team players played together? 2 -- 3 months?

Rohr deliberately set himself a low target. The fault for the personnel picked was all his. On that score he failed woefully.

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zee wrote:
1naija wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


Don't forget most of them have also played together in the national team (Youth and now senior team) setting for the past decade.

How long has the youngest team players played together? 2 -- 3 months?

Yes....19 year old Mbappe was part of the snr national team since he was 13 years.
Grabbing for straws in defense of a cowardly wowo coach.


And that's your understanding of the word most? Okay o.

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1naija wrote:
zee wrote:
1naija wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Came with an objective... To win... then the supposedly youngest team came to learn according to their brilliant coach, yeah we can argue that the talent gap between both young teams are wide, BUT the crux here is the MINDSET, when you adopt the mindset of a champion, then you will go out and fight for it, and even if you fail to make it a reality... you will still go out like a champion who gave his all. Lessons learned, hope Nigeria learns from the French model of thinking and stop deceiving itself with this "youngest team" tag like its supposed to be an achievement... Congrats to France.


Don't forget most of them have also played together in the national team (Youth and now senior team) setting for the past decade.

How long has the youngest team players played together? 2 -- 3 months?

Yes....19 year old Mbappe was part of the snr national team since he was 13 years.
Grabbing for straws in defense of a cowardly wowo coach.


And that's your understanding of the word most? Okay o.

They are STILL the 2nd youngest team.....deal with it O' wowo supporter.

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