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 Post subject: Apologies to Ighalo
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 8:58 pm 
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Please join me in apologizing to Ighalo he has shown today he is the real deal. Head never dropped the concentration was there for 93 mins and if his teammates had passed to him more we would have had another hat trick if not more!!! :sad:


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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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3 goals in 25 and now 6 goals in 3 games. Looks like he should have been criticised a long time ago. Criticism works

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Please join me in apologizing to Ighalo he has shown today he is the real deal. Head never dropped the concentration was there for 93 mins and if his teammates had passed to him more we would have had another hat trick if not more!!! :sad:



Join you wetin?, now that hate has left your heart, you can join us :thumbs:
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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:03 pm 
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fishward6 wrote:
Please join me in apologizing to Ighalo he has shown today he is the real deal. Head never dropped the concentration was there for 93 mins and if his teammates had passed to him more we would have had another hat trick if not more!!! :sad:

I can't join you, I never criticized him :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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He sucked phat balls at the W.C so he has a lot of apologizing to do with goals.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Babalawo wrote:
He sucked phat balls at the W.C so he has a lot of apologizing to do with goals.


It's like our people are incapable of stating facts without getting emotional. Can you imagine if he had been scoring like this or even chip in with a goal or two at the WC?

But that fact is lost on a lot of peeps

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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A strikers worth is based on his consistency.

NOBODY was wrong to criticise him. An inconsistent striker should ALWAYS be criticised and Ighalo was VERY VERY VERY inconsistent.

If we didn't criticise him, we would be mental patients.

I hope he goes on to establish himself now, and we will support him.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Tbite wrote:
A strikers worth is based on his consistency.

NOBODY was wrong to criticise him. An inconsistent striker should ALWAYS be criticised and Ighalo was VERY VERY VERY inconsistent.

If we didn't criticise him, we would be mental patients.

I hope he goes on to establish himself now, and we will support him.

A striker like Kane will not scoe in 3 games and it would seem the world is coming to an end. Ighalo will not score in 7 and we can't talk. Only naija fans

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Only one of his 6 goals was good...the last one :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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maceo4 wrote:
Only one of his 6 goals was good...the last one :mrgreen:



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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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I am still not impressed. I need to see 10 goals at the Afcon from him.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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maceo4 wrote:
Only one of his 6 goals was good...the last one :mrgreen:


You this man is very wicked. :lol:

Anyway, kudos to Ighalo for stepping up against Libya. Well done :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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This is his level now.

I'm glad he won the game for us.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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I am still not impressed. I need to see 10 goals at the Afcon from him.



Nobody in the history of AFCON has scored more than 8 in one tournament, but you want Ighalo to score ten to "impress" you?

Ok.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Ighalo is our Ighalo, he is no Yekini or Etoo... but he is a confidence player that will deliver if it's right with him. I'm more hopeful now that we have some exciting attacking options behind him... feed him the ball and he will score.


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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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He is a waste pipe that can only score against minor............. If i were the coach he wouldn't make the bench on my team :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Babalawo wrote:
He sucked phat balls at the W.C so he has a lot of apologizing to do with goals.


He did not "suck" at the WC and he has never "sucked"

Our team actually sucks at creating chances. That was until something changed against Seychelles now we look a completely different side.

I put it to you that it is Iwobi at the AM position that is the only difference in Ighalo's fortune. I said over a year ago that Iwobi is our AM, and people were talking about Kelechi Nwakali that cannot even play in any first division.


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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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That last goal was pure class by the way and showed that he is high on confidence.

I told people that we do not have a more complete striker than Ighalo. People can also see now how valuable "hold up play" is when you have a creative midfield and wingers who are on the same page.

There is a reason why Didier Drogba is one of the greatest strikers ever, and it is because of his hold up play.


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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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That second goal is the mark of a player full of confidence. I think he has a strong character to be able to bounce back from the yabs given. Sterling and Ighalo - players referred to as 'misses'. No striker scores in 100% of games.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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metalalloy wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:
I am still not impressed. I need to see 10 goals at the Afcon from him.


Nobody in the history of AFCON has scored more than 8 in one tournament, but you want Ighalo to score ten to "impress" you?

Ok.


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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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I am happy for him (and us) and give him all due credit. He has virtually single-handedly qualified us for AFCON 2019.

But I have to be honest, I am not really convinced that he is "the real deal" we seek.
I pray to be wrong, but this might turn out to be a "purple patch" as oyibo man dey talk am.

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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Damunk wrote:
I am happy for him (and us) and give him all due credit. He has virtually single-handedly qualified us for AFCON 2019.

But I have to be honest, I am not really convinced that he is "the real deal" we seek.
I pray to be wrong, but this might turn out to be a "purple patch" as oyibo man dey talk am.

Purple patches are well recognised in football
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If someone, especially a sports player or team, goes through a purple patch, they are very successful or lucky for a period.
https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dicti ... rple-patch


What I don't get is people like Robby, Wale et al who are acting like it was wrong to criticise him because he's now scored 6 goals in 3 games? If you can praise him for doing such then why can't you criticise him for zero goals in 7 games and 3 in 25?

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 Post subject: Re: Apologies to Ighalo
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We can apologies after the South African match if he scores ......but appears the yapies is working. Hopefully that other wastepipe Akpeyi will equally up his game and respond to criticism !!!! And get rid of that daft expression on his face when playing.


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