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Match is today 7pm Naija time

18 SUPER EAGLES FOR LIBERIA
Ezenwa; Akpeyi.
Semi Ajayi; Awaziem; Adeleye Olamilekan; Jamilu Collins; Ebube Duru.
Ndidi; Etebo; Ogu; Nwakali; Joel Obi.
Iheanacho; Simeon Nwankwo; Onyekuru; Sunday Adetunji; Samuel Kalu; Mfon Udoh.

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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Is the match on tv?

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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naijaguy wrote:
Match is today 7pm Naija time

18 SUPER EAGLES FOR LIBERIA
Ezenwa; Akpeyi.
Semi Ajayi; Awaziem; Adeleye Olamilekan; Jamilu Collins; Ebube Duru.
Ndidi; Etebo; Ogu; Nwakali; Joel Obi.
Iheanacho; Simeon Nwankwo; Onyekuru; Sunday Adetunji; Samuel Kalu; Mfon Udoh.


My thoughts on some of the invitees:

Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:

Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:

Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:

Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:

Sunday Adetunji
Age 20. The selection committee got this one exactly right :!:

Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:


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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:14 pm 
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ohenhen1 wrote:
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Do you see now why Jamilu Collins was invited?

Sometimes you just need to keep quiet and let the person who has the expertise (that you don't have) do their job.


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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:15 pm 
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
naijaguy wrote:
Match is today 7pm Naija time

18 SUPER EAGLES FOR LIBERIA
Ezenwa; Akpeyi.
Semi Ajayi; Awaziem; Adeleye Olamilekan; Jamilu Collins; Ebube Duru.
Ndidi; Etebo; Ogu; Nwakali; Joel Obi.
Iheanacho; Simeon Nwankwo; Onyekuru; Sunday Adetunji; Samuel Kalu; Mfon Udoh.


My thoughts on some of the invitees:

Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:

Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:

Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:

Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:

Sunday Adetunji
Age 20. The selection committee got this one exactly right :!:

Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:


Cheers.


The last time I checked Paderborn is in German 2nd division which is far stronger than some European top flight leagues

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:32 pm 
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
naijaguy wrote:
Match is today 7pm Naija time

18 SUPER EAGLES FOR LIBERIA
Ezenwa; Akpeyi.
Semi Ajayi; Awaziem; Adeleye Olamilekan; Jamilu Collins; Ebube Duru.
Ndidi; Etebo; Ogu; Nwakali; Joel Obi.
Iheanacho; Simeon Nwankwo; Onyekuru; Sunday Adetunji; Samuel Kalu; Mfon Udoh.


My thoughts on some of the invitees:

Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:

Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:

Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:

Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:

Sunday Adetunji
Age 20. The selection committee got this one exactly right :!:

Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:


Cheers.


Mfon is ready and experienced.

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:52 pm 
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Orion wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:
I will be home in time

Do you see now why Jamilu Collins was invited?

Sometimes you just need to keep quiet and let the person who has the expertise (that you don't have) do their job.



No i don't, but I hope he starts.

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:19 pm 
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Kid was on the books of Arsenal for many years.
Besides, the English Championship is no moi-moi league. I think he is more than good enough to fit into the backline of the SE.
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A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:


Must be a hoax. His big brother, Dele Adeleye, played for Nigeria (U20, Olympics and SE), so Lekan cannot be Ghanaian.
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Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:


SC Paderborn is currently in 2 Bundesliga (one tier below the German Bundesliga). That League is on par with some of the main leagues in Europe, as well as the English Championship and the Spanish Secunda Liga.
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Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:


I believe Ebube was the left back who played for the SE "B" team against Athletico Madrid a few months back. I thought he put in a brilliant performance. He is the current LB for the Flying Eagles, after displacing Ikowem Udoh. He is 19 yrs, I believe.
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Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway.
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Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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Otitokoro wrote:
I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway.
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chaii this is the player some were suggesting should make it to Russia based on one friendly performance.


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Otitokoro wrote:
Kid was on the books of Arsenal for many years.
Besides, the English Championship is no moi-moi league. I think he is more than good enough to fit into the backline of the SE.
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Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:


Must be a hoax. His big brother, Dele Adeleye, played for Nigeria (U20, Olympics and SE), so Lekan cannot be Ghanaian.
Quote:
Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:


SC Paderborn is currently in 2 Bundesliga (one tier below the German Bundesliga). That League is on par with some of the main leagues in Europe, as well as the English Championship and the Spanish Secunda Liga.
Quote:
Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:


I believe Ebube was the left back who played for the SE "B" team against Athletico Madrid a few months back. I thought he put in a brilliant performance. He is the current LB for the Flying Eagles, after displacing Ikowem Udoh. He is 19 yrs, I believe.
Quote:
Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway.
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Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:


Otitokoro,
Are you sure Ebube has displaced Ikouwem in the Flying Eagles? Ikouwem captained the team in their last qualifiers and has started and played all the Flying Eagles matches as captain (unless they're matches that are not on record). Also, while Ebube played the first half, Ikouwem played the second half against Athletico. They were both hailed for their very good performances in the match.
Olamilekan Adeleye is not only Nigerian, he starred in central defense for the CHAN team and was due to be promoted to the A team alongside Stephen Eze, his then central defense partner

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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Duru plays for Lobi Stars, left back. Played in the friendly against Athletico Madrid. There is a YouTube video online.

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Otitokoro wrote:
Kid was on the books of Arsenal for many years.
Besides, the English Championship is no moi-moi league. I think he is more than good enough to fit into the backline of the SE.The jury is out on him. Has the pedigree but was nothing special in the few minutes in Victoria. Hopefully, we get to see more of him in GWG.
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A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:


Must be a hoax. His big brother, Dele Adeleye, played for Nigeria (U20, Olympics and SE), so Lekan cannot be Ghanaian. He is certainly Nigerian and was one of our outstanding defenders at the WAFU Cup and only missed the CHAN because of injury.
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Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:


SC Paderborn is currently in 2 Bundesliga (one tier below the German Bundesliga). That League is on par with some of the main leagues in Europe, as well as the English Championship and the Spanish Secunda Liga.
Quote:
Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:


I believe Ebube was the left back who played for the SE "B" team against Athletico Madrid a few months back. I thought he put in a brilliant performance. He is the current LB for the Flying Eagles, after displacing Ikowem Udoh. He is 19 yrs, I believe.
Quote:
Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway. Otitokoro, Just a correction before people run with this. Looks failed his trial because he was tardy to the training sessions. If you get away with that in Nigeria you won't elsewhere. That is the bottomline. But he did not fail the trials based on his ability on the field. That needs to be clear.
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Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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Otitokoro wrote:
Kid was on the books of Arsenal for many years.
Besides, the English Championship is no moi-moi league. I think he is more than good enough to fit into the backline of the SE.
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Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:


Must be a hoax. His big brother, Dele Adeleye, played for Nigeria (U20, Olympics and SE), so Lekan cannot be Ghanaian.
Quote:
Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:


SC Paderborn is currently in 2 Bundesliga (one tier below the German Bundesliga). That League is on par with some of the main leagues in Europe, as well as the English Championship and the Spanish Secunda Liga.
Quote:
Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:


I believe Ebube was the left back who played for the SE "B" team against Athletico Madrid a few months back. I thought he put in a brilliant performance. He is the current LB for the Flying Eagles, after displacing Ikowem Udoh. He is 19 yrs, I believe.
Quote:
Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway.
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Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:

The problem right now with the local league is the quality....a player scores a couplet of goals and the hype goes overboard. He looked the part in the matches he played, but I still think they need to do more be fore jumping on the ship

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 Post subject: Re: Liberia vs Nigeria
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EII,
Are you suggesting that he came late to training at 2 different trails?
I believe his tardiness was in addition to him not meeting the baseline requirements they expected in a striker.
Bottom line: he just wasn't good enough
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Otitokoro wrote:
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Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway. Otitokoro, Just a correction before people run with this. Looks failed his trial because he was tardy to the training sessions. If you get away with that in Nigeria you won't elsewhere. That is the bottomline. But he did not fail the trials based on his ability on the field. That needs to be clear.

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Couldn't agree with you more.
That is why most of the overseas clubs prefer to recruit from Football Academies than our local leagues (and seriously, why would anyone blame them?)
I mean, our back to back league top scorers (Junior Lokosa and Anthony Okpotu) have been very poor exports of our league, as reflected in their failed respective trails overseas.
That, in itself, is a microcosm of the overall poor quality of the Nigerian National League.
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The problem right now with the local league is the quality....a player scores a couplet of goals and the hype goes overboard. He looked the part in the matches he played, but I still think they need to do more be fore jumping on the ship

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:50 pm 
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Please don't get 1Naija started.

Otitokoro wrote:
Kid was on the books of Arsenal for many years.
Besides, the English Championship is no moi-moi league. I think he is more than good enough to fit into the backline of the SE.
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Semi Ajayi
A 25 year old who has never progressed beyond 2nd tier football isn’t the type of player we ought to be looking at :!:


Must be a hoax. His big brother, Dele Adeleye, played for Nigeria (U20, Olympics and SE), so Lekan cannot be Ghanaian.
Quote:
Adeleye Olamilekan
His Facebook profile says he’s from Ghana :?: :?: :?:


SC Paderborn is currently in 2 Bundesliga (one tier below the German Bundesliga). That League is on par with some of the main leagues in Europe, as well as the English Championship and the Spanish Secunda Liga.
Quote:
Jamilu Collins
A 24 year old in the German 3rd division, relegated from the 2nd? Wrong direction :!:


I believe Ebube was the left back who played for the SE "B" team against Athletico Madrid a few months back. I thought he put in a brilliant performance. He is the current LB for the Flying Eagles, after displacing Ikowem Udoh. He is 19 yrs, I believe.
Quote:
Ebube Duru
Couldn’t find a credible profile on him. The only profile on him by Flashscore says he was born on 12/31/69, making him 48 years old. Hmmmn... :mrgreen:


I believe Junior Lokosa was a flash in the pan - I understand he failed his trials at middle level clubs in Bulgaria and Norway.
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Mfon Udoh
Has had an arguably stellar, home-based career but he’s 26. We should be looking at younger players. Whatever happened to Junior Lokosa? This friendly would have been ideal for him :!: :!: :!:

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Ajayi in his short time against Seychelles showed good touch and crosses at the RB position though I thought he was a CB. We are talking as if one of our best players at the WC isn't playing in the 2nd division.

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I'm still looking for online links for the match. No luck so far with the below.....

LIGHT TV ONLINE
http://www.lighttvonline.com/Light_TV.html

LNTV LIBERIA Live Live Stream
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqBFx-JE4J0


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I will post the links soon..they are facebook links not youtube
https://www.facebook.com/Kmtvlib/?ref=b ... FhL_J2weog


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I am not sure why anyone not living close to the stadium (except agents) would want to watch this game live talkless listen to it on the radio.

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