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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:18 pm 
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That’s how you welcome a World Cup hero... and some of you wanted him to say no :shock: :!:


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:21 pm 
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My Saudi colleague is an Al Nasr fan. I think he was at the airport. I'll post the videos.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:33 pm 
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CAN GE LIVE UP TO THEIR EXPECTATIONS?


Seems like they are expecting Moses-class miracles. I'd be scared.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:37 pm 
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Dang. Now THAT is a welcome. You'd think they were welcoming signing of CR7 or Neymar.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:39 pm 
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Heroes are not welcomed home


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:41 pm 
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Wow see legend,one guy was saying Saudi make mistake long time,they should have beg him to play for their country when he was younger.
The buy is pure world class.


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...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 6:35 pm 
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mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


Arguably our best player has transferred to a back-water league and you guys feel this is a cause for celebration? Let me just tell you now, we're not going anywhere with players that play in China, UAE and Saudi. So better hold on to your skirts and prepare for another couple of years of disappointment if Rohr doesn't find the courage to bench the likes of these kinds of players.

Congrats Musa. Make your money but have the strength to admit that your top tier football career is over. Thanks for the memories.


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mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:42 pm 
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Kako wrote:
mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


Okronkwo?
Stanley Okoronkwo Mbaise product played don't dirty.


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This reception is it only football related? Assuming he is not a Moslem would he have this same equal magnitude of reception ? Just wondering out loud. I hope some of you will spare my indulgence unfortunately I'm not a very expedient fellow


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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
That’s how you welcome a World Cup hero... and some of you wanted him to say no :shock: :!:


Cheers.


Why do you even pay attention to some agents on here bros?

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Heroes are not welcomed home

Very sad my broda.

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This reception is it only football related? Assuming he is not a Moslem would he have this same equal magnitude of reception ? Just wondering out loud. I hope some of you will spare my indulgence unfortunately I'm not a very expedient fellow

Oh boy.........here they come :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:

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bully12 wrote:
Kako wrote:
mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


Okronkwo?
Stanley Okoronkwo Mbaise product played don't dirty.


light skinned stanley okorokwo was kanu + jayjay = wrapped in one

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:33 am 
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obaGol wrote:
mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


Arguably our best player has transferred to a back-water league and you guys feel this is a cause for celebration? Let me just tell you now, we're not going anywhere with players that play in China, UAE and Saudi. So better hold on to your skirts and prepare for another couple of years of disappointment if Rohr doesn't find the courage to bench the likes of these kinds of players.

Congrats Musa. Make your money but have the strength to admit that your top tier football career is over. Thanks for the memories.
...are they gonna force the owners of football clubs to hire them? The problem is the decline in football administration in Nigeria. The idiots would rather fight who gonna be chairman than doing some good grass root effort to attract fans to stadiums, and keep young players from bailing to Europe where they can't get decent work.

Thanks guys, that was Stanley Okoronkwo, great leftie :thumbs:


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Tribalism hatred of musa is so deep that they’re questioning the validity of his adulation lmao my guy say “maybe na because win be Muslim”


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obaGol wrote:
mcal wrote:
...football fans around world are fanatic about their club and players except in Nigeria of today.
The scene above is what it use to be like in the 70s and 80s of a Nigerian football club, or a player spotted at a bar or on the street.
We use to mob Rangers players, outside left tall Stanley (forgot his last name), or Emeka Onyedika whenever they are spotted.
Both lived in our neck of the wood.


Arguably our best player has transferred to a back-water league and you guys feel this is a cause for celebration? Let me just tell you now, we're not going anywhere with players that play in China, UAE and Saudi. So better hold on to your skirts and prepare for another couple of years of disappointment if Rohr doesn't find the courage to bench the likes of these kinds of players.

Congrats Musa. Make your money but have the strength to admit that your top tier football career is over. Thanks for the memories.


Sadly enough, we are guaranteed a few more years of disappointment as long as people with your mentality are running our football. You seem to be completely oblivious to the fact that the two biggest handicaps to Nigeria’s football right now are Amaju Pinnick and Gernot Rohr. Here you are talking about Rohr finding the courage to bench Musa and Mikel, a quite laughable notion mind you, when the reality of the situation demands that Rohr be canned immediately; but that’s not gonna happen unless Pinnick, who has been a total disaster for Nigerian football, is voted out of office at the earliest opportunity :!:


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wale1974 wrote:
bully12 wrote:
This reception is it only football related? Assuming he is not a Moslem would he have this same equal magnitude of reception ? Just wondering out loud. I hope some of you will spare my indulgence unfortunately I'm not a very expedient fellow

Oh boy.........here they come :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:


I guess Eto'o is a Moslem too :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:


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wale1974 wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
bully12 wrote:
This reception is it only football related? Assuming he is not a Moslem would he have this same equal magnitude of reception ? Just wondering out loud. I hope some of you will spare my indulgence unfortunately I'm not a very expedient fellow

Oh boy.........here they come :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:


I guess Eto'o is a Moslem too :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:



So you don't know bully? :lol:

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