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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 5:20 pm 
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but these are mostly the 1980s Rangers; equally good but not the dreaded 70s Rangers. I dont see sam okoronkwo, ufele, nwobodo etc

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That can't be Odiye because i doubt if he ever played for the SE again after the own goal against Tunisia in the race for the 1978 World Cup. Remember he never even made the 1980 ANC winning team if my memory is correct.

Odiye came back after 1978, this time he was based in the US. He was part of the 1980 ANC squad. I think he made appearances as a sub during the WC 82 qualifiers.

Odiye's last appearance was at the 80 ANC and he was pretty much done at this time. He could not even.dislodge Tunde Bamidele(rip) from his favored center half positioned as he had to.play as a dm during the finals when he came on for a few minutes.I believe this was.the match we lost to Algeria in Lagos when.they broight back Usiyen and Andrew Atuegbu to help beef up the team and CCC was called out of retirement.

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Honestly 70's Rangers are most revered and fearsome team I have seen in my lifetime . To name a few Emeka Onyedika, Harrison Mecha, Ogidi Ibeabuchi, Kenneth Ilodibe , Dominic Ezeani , Nwabueze Nwankwo, Ernest Ufele , Chimezie Ngadi, Motimor Okoroigwe, masters of them all Christain Chukwu and Man mountain Okala. I loved this team to death . When I was leaving late 70's Nigeria I was shedding tears because of the thought of
missing my darling team. Less I forget Dominic Nwobodo and Mathias Obianaka. For me this is best team that ever walked on the surface of earth. I have never loved any team like like this team maybe Phil slama jama Houston Cougars in the beginning of eighties.

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cic old boy wrote:
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That can't be Odiye because i doubt if he ever played for the SE again after the own goal against Tunisia in the race for the 1978 World Cup. Remember he never even made the 1980 ANC winning team if my memory is correct.

Odiye came back after 1978, this time he was based in the US. He was part of the 1980 ANC squad. I think he made appearances as a sub during the WC 82 qualifiers.

Odiye's last appearance was at the 80 ANC and he was pretty much done at this time. He could not even.dislodge Tunde Bamidele(rip) from his favored center half positioned as he had to.play as a dm during the finals when he came on for a few minutes.I believe this was.the match we lost to Algeria in Lagos when.they broight back Usiyen and Andrew Atuegbu to help beef up the team and CCC was called out of retirement.



this was Espana '82 qualifiers. Likely in 1981.

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cic old boy wrote:
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Honestly 70's Rangers are most revered and fearsome team I have seen in my lifetime . To name a few Emeka Onyedika, Harrison Mecha, Ogidi Ibeabuchi, Kenneth Ilodibe , Dominic Ezeani , Nwabueze Nwankwo, Ernest Ufele , Chimezie Ngadi, Motimor Okoroigwe, masters of them all Christain Chukwu and Man mountain Okala. I loved this team to death . When I was leaving late 70's Nigeria I was shedding tears because of the thought of
missing my darling team. Less I forget Dominic Nwobodo and Mathias Obianaka. For me this is best team that ever walked on the surface of earth. I have never loved any team like like this team maybe Phil slama jama Houston Cougars in the beginning of eighties.

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bully you no lie; there should be a museum in Enugu just for these guys

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
oloye wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
azuka wrote:

That can't be Odiye because i doubt if he ever played for the SE again after the own goal against Tunisia in the race for the 1978 World Cup. Remember he never even made the 1980 ANC winning team if my memory is correct.

Odiye came back after 1978, this time he was based in the US. He was part of the 1980 ANC squad. I think he made appearances as a sub during the WC 82 qualifiers.

Odiye's last appearance was at the 80 ANC and he was pretty much done at this time. He could not even.dislodge Tunde Bamidele(rip) from his favored center half positioned as he had to.play as a dm during the finals when he came on for a few minutes.I believe this was.the match we lost to Algeria in Lagos when.they broight back Usiyen and Andrew Atuegbu to help beef up the team and CCC was called out of retirement.



this was Espana '82 qualifiers. Likely in 1981.

Yes nau,the only qualifiers Tunji Banjo played in.

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jette1 wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
bully12 wrote:

Honestly 70's Rangers are most revered and fearsome team I have seen in my lifetime . To name a few Emeka Onyedika, Harrison Mecha, Ogidi Ibeabuchi, Kenneth Ilodibe , Dominic Ezeani , Nwabueze Nwankwo, Ernest Ufele , Chimezie Ngadi, Motimor Okoroigwe, masters of them all Christain Chukwu and Man mountain Okala. I loved this team to death . When I was leaving late 70's Nigeria I was shedding tears because of the thought of
missing my darling team. Less I forget Dominic Nwobodo and Mathias Obianaka. For me this is best team that ever walked on the surface of earth. I have never loved any team like like this team maybe Phil slama jama Houston Cougars in the beginning of eighties.

Ilodigwe.


Obianika

bully you no lie; there should be a museum in Enugu just for these guys


Nnamdi Anyafo alias Policeman.


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Nnamdi Anyafo alias Policeman.

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cic old boy wrote:
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Nnamdi Anyafo alias Policeman.

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Nice.
I remember the 1977 Africa Winners Cup semi finals second leg against IICC played in Kaduna where he pocketed Segun Odegbami and earned the name Policeman.
Rangers played two left backs in that match (one each half) to stop Mathematical Odegbami. Nnamdi Anyafo and Charles Adimorah.

Good old days.


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1978 or 1982?

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1978 or 1982?


Sure it's not 1976? That's Pat Ekeji there, Thompson Usiyen and Muda Lawal coming out of the tunnel. And in mufti nearby is Felix Owolabi, Owo-Blow.

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1978 or 1982?


Sure it's not 1976? That's Pat Ekeji there, Thompson Usiyen and Muda Lawal coming out of the tunnel. And in mufti nearby is Felix Owolabi, Owo-Blow.


And in front, track suit is the late Coach Sam Garba Okoye. Behind Usiyen, visible, is Godwin Iwelumo.

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oloye wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
azuka wrote:

That can't be Odiye because i doubt if he ever played for the SE again after the own goal against Tunisia in the race for the 1978 World Cup. Remember he never even made the 1980 ANC winning team if my memory is correct.

Odiye came back after 1978, this time he was based in the US. He was part of the 1980 ANC squad. I think he made appearances as a sub during the WC 82 qualifiers.

Odiye's last appearance was at the 80 ANC and he was pretty much done at this time. He could not even.dislodge Tunde Bamidele(rip) from his favored center half positioned as he had to.play as a dm during the finals when he came on for a few minutes.I believe this was.the match we lost to Algeria in Lagos when.they broight back Usiyen and Andrew Atuegbu to help beef up the team and CCC was called out of retirement.


Huge mistakes for decisions not made by the then coach.

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bouncino wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
bouncino wrote:

Nnamdi Anyafo alias Policeman.

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Nnamdi "Policeman" Anyafo (in red) with ex-Rangers Donald "Stone" Igwebuike and Kenneth "SKB" Boardman in Charlotte, NC.


Nice.
I remember the 1977 Africa Winners Cup semi finals second leg against IICC played in Kaduna where he pocketed Segun Odegbami and earned the name Policeman.
Rangers played two left backs in that match (one each half) to stop Mathematical Odegbami. Nnamdi Anyafo and Charles Adimorah.

Good old days.

arguably the most explosive match ever played in Nigeria; you remember in detail exactly where you watched. I wonder if NTA has a (film) of that match

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTSh5XQUb6A

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"It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is. If the--if he--if 'is' means is and never has been, that is not--that is one thing. If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement....Now, if someone had asked me on that day, are you having any kind of sexual relations with Ms. Lewinsky, that is, asked me a question in the present tense, I would have said no. And it would have been completely true."


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jette1 wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTSh5XQUb6A

LEGEND

This was in Houston last year. EnuguII was there. Odegbami spoke very well. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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