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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:55 pm 
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Based on 4 matches against Corsica, Togo, Algeria and Seychelles. To be fair to him, he didn’t start in 2 of those games and would probably need more time however his agents/intermediaries don’t want us to rest. It took obagoal only 1 game to establish that hype even kale impressed at 1 game



Add Yobo, Udeze, Taye Taiwo, and Ndidi to the list of players that grabbed the one chance they got with both hands.

Add "Hey, you". He grabbed his chance a collected a cap that never appeared in his wildest dreams

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Onyekuru has to rank top among the most overhyped Super Eagles players ever! He always is in every SE list eventhough he has not done jack in any of his appearances for Nigeria.
Altered mental status rambling due to excessive comsumption illicit JW. I don't know who was more overhyped than Yobo and George Abbey. I'm sure you may not recall the names George Abbey and Yobo due alcoholic induced amnesia


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:04 pm 
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bully12 wrote:
1naija wrote:
Onyekuru has to rank top among the most overhyped Super Eagles players ever! He always is in every SE list eventhough he has not done jack in any of his appearances for Nigeria.
Altered mental status rambling due to excessive comsumption illicit JW. I don't know who was more overhyped than Yobo and George Abbey. I'm sure you may not recall the names George Abbey and Yobo due alcoholic induced amnesia

1naija don go find trouble for bully12 hand :D

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:08 pm 
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My guy when you’re challenging Experienced players at a team you need to put in superlative performance to be reconsidered. A team like Nigeria that already has established forwards:wingers like iwobi, musa, iheanacho, Simon etc if you want to dethrone them you must perform. A player like nwakaeme wasn’t called after just 1 “ok” performance and based on onyekuru hype, he should had at least scored in one of those 4 games. I believe that he is a player for the future but people must calm down on his hype because he hasn’t set the team ablaze.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:35 pm 
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bully12 wrote:
1naija wrote:
Onyekuru has to rank top among the most overhyped Super Eagles players ever! He always is in every SE list eventhough he has not done jack in any of his appearances for Nigeria.
Altered mental status rambling due to excessive comsumption illicit JW. I don't know who was more overhyped than Yobo and George Abbey. I'm sure you may not recall the names George Abbey and Yobo due alcoholic induced amnesia



George Abbey remain one of he best Right backs Nigeria ever had. But you wouldn't know because you were too busy ejaculating at the corner back table at Safari and eating stale Nkwobi in between while he was playing.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:38 pm 
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bully12 wrote:
1naija wrote:
Onyekuru has to rank top among the most overhyped Super Eagles players ever! He always is in every SE list eventhough he has not done jack in any of his appearances for Nigeria.
Altered mental status rambling due to excessive comsumption illicit JW. I don't know who was more overhyped than Yobo and George Abbey. I'm sure you may not recall the names George Abbey and Yobo due alcoholic induced amnesia

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:44 pm 
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It has been reportedly confirmed here http://owngoalnigeria.com/2018/09/11/nf ... er-eagles/

Nigerians have been celebrating rubbish acquired in or from London for a century, this useless boy is no different. He definitely was never ever in the mix for England and he's no better than any of the options we already have. But somehow, because he plays n England mugus are celebrating.

LOL dude for once STFU, I'm not even the type to kiss the behind of any foreign born player that storms the scene, but it will take a different level of idiocy and dishonesty not to appreciate real quality... Ademola has been one of the best young talents out there, the kid is now a sensation in the Bundesliga which he barely joined on loan with a high asking fee on his profile already... without a doubt we have just pulled one of the biggest accomplishments by finally having him declaring for Nigeria. England will either rue their opportunity to poach him on time, or double up their efforts to block his switch.



This mugu obviously lives in London, he can’t see anymore. :laugh:


What would the SE be without Vic Mo, iwobi and even Carl Ikeme in the past 6 years. Why do you people like discriminating among everything?

Lookman is an excellent young player. Dude is only 20 yrs.

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bully12 wrote:
1naija wrote:
Onyekuru has to rank top among the most overhyped Super Eagles players ever! He always is in every SE list eventhough he has not done jack in any of his appearances for Nigeria.
Altered mental status rambling due to excessive comsumption illicit JW. I don't know who was more overhyped than Yobo and George Abbey. I'm sure you may not recall the names George Abbey and Yobo due alcoholic induced amnesia

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:51 pm 
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He is a reserve for Everton and I am not sure that he is yet good enough to get in Nigeria's team at this time. The queue of wingers in front of him is long: Simon, Musa, Onyekuru, Kalu, Iwobi...all that said, good to have him onboard if he improves and proves there is more to his game other than being fast.


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Naija always have Alternatives. Why limit ourselves to any player.


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Rohr now that wingers is now sorted. Go find us a proper striker. Ighalo is not it.

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He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.


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vancity eagle wrote:
He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.
You are assuming the story is authentic.
Is it?

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Damunk wrote:
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He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.
You are assuming the story is authentic.
Is it?



whether it is true or not, I dont see this ending well for Nigeria or Lookman for that matter.


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Damunk wrote:
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He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.
You are assuming the story is authentic.
Is it?

If the story is not authentic then some nefarious agents/journalists could be at work to alert England of the possibility,Lookman is obviously doing something right in the first place in order for such news false or not to come to light.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:58 am 
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Aren't these guys tired of playing youth football? Its like a lot of these English Nigerian players have no ambition

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vancity eagle wrote:
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He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.
You are assuming the story is authentic.
Is it?



whether it is true or not, I dont see this ending well for Nigeria or Lookman for that matter.
Agreed, but until proven to be true, nobody is guilty of making a 'dumb move' like you are accusing them of.
Not Lookman, not the NFF and not his agent. :idea:

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Aren't these guys tired of playing youth football? Its like a lot of these English Nigerian players have no ambition
Loookman actually made a bold move to the Bundesliga just to get first team football.
So he is not guilty of your accusation.
Keep up. :idea:

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
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vancity eagle wrote:
He played for England U21 today, as did Onomah, Timori, Solanke, and Abraham.

Abraham scored.

I question the wisdom of yelling out loud that Lookman has switched nations. Why not wait until the paper work is finished and he is about to be cap tied.

It seems nothing was learnt from the Abraham debacle. I sense something similar to take place. I mean on the very day that Lookman will suit up and play for England U21 you alert the world that he has switched allegiances ? Honestly that was a dumb move if you ask me.

Be smart and not boastful. Anyways I hope the NFF know what they are doing and are not being taken for a ride.
You are assuming the story is authentic.
Is it?

If the story is not authentic then some nefarious agents/journalists could be at work to alert England of the possibility,Lookman is obviously doing something right in the first place in order for such news false or not to come to light.
Pesonally, I think its a fake click bait story.
This is the age of the internet 'journalist'.

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Useless country that can't produce anything.


please advise the country that produced lookman Father and or granfather??


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ogasir wrote:
Aren't these guys tired of playing youth football? Its like a lot of these English Nigerian players have no ambition

:rotf: You must understand the power of organisation,they’ve obviously raised these boys to believe they stand a good chance of full international football if they play at youth level you need to remember that they have been trained and nurtured in England and originally had their minds set on playing for them.The only reason why this frustrates you is because you want them to choose Nigeria I also think it make more sense for them if they want to play international football as early as possiblle but if they feel comfortable with what they know then it won’t be an easy decision for them to switch allegiances.
Like I’ve said before Nigeria shouldn’t try to build a team around players that are not guaranteed to even play for them it’s a pick and mix lottery uncertainty isn’t the way forward!

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Well it's all over the English media and Southgate himself has responded directly saying they will do all they can to stop Nigeria from getting him. So all those claiming this was "fake news" I don't think so.

The ball is now in Lookmans court. This is why I said the NFF needs to be smarter about these kind of things . They need to do and shut up about it until the process is a done deal.

Well we will soon see if this was just a ploy to get called up by England, which seemed to be the case with Abraham.


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