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PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:35 pm 
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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:37 pm 
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Rohr will not make a sub until SA are 5-0 up with 2 minutes left on the clock. Just accept any kind of victory

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A win and qualification is all I want,5 years out of the Afcon is just terrible!

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A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.

1naija, 5-0 against South Africa in their home? Come-on! Personally, I will take any victory in the game. South Africa's chance to qualify for the AFCON tournament is in our match with them. I don't see them winning Libya in Tunisia

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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.

:lol: :lol: :lol: bros, bros! I see you have changed the heading of the thread from "5-0" to "4-0."

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A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


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This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.


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Goldleaf wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


Cheers.


This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.

:clap: That's how you build a team,the average Nigerian couldn't manage their players and moral would surely drop,the other two keepers are older but are wooful!

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Goldleaf wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


Cheers.


This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.


Goalies typically don’t begin to mature until 25 or thereabouts. Why rush a young goalkeeper to the detriment of the entire team? If he has demonstrable potential, certainly keep him in the fold but don’t put him in a situation that would damage his confidence permanently :!:


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1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


You are one greedy Naijaman, 1naija, but this time, I share your greed and sense of moment. This match should be prosecuted with the mentality of going to SA to re-establish the true football relationship between both nations.

In other words, dis one pass football!


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Polly wrote:
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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


You are one greedy Naijaman, 1naija, but this time, I share your greed and sense of moment. This match should be prosecuted with the mentality of going to SA to re-establish the true football relationship between both nations.

In other words, dis one pass football!

You you want Nigeria to go and renew our wedding vows to our wife bagirla bagirla and also to reinstate the frequent call to their embassy?

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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


Cheers.


This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.


Goalies typically don’t begin to mature until 25 or thereabouts. Why rush a young goalkeeper to the detriment of the entire team? If he has demonstrable potential, certainly keep him in the fold but don’t put him in a situation that would damage his confidence permanently :!:


Cheers.

He's been to the World Cup as Nigeria's number 1 so his confidence is already up he will have a few bad days especially when the defence lets the opponents pressure him for long periods of time but there is no point in demoting a young promising goal keeper especially when the only other older keepers are terrible.This is football Nigeria's social,cultural and political belief that older is better shouldn't be allowed to creep in on the people's game!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Goldleaf wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


Cheers.


This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.


Goalies typically don’t begin to mature until 25 or thereabouts. Why rush a young goalkeeper to the detriment of the entire team? If he has demonstrable potential, certainly keep him in the fold but don’t put him in a situation that would damage his confidence permanently :!:


Cheers.

He's been to the World Cup as Nigeria's number 1 so his confidence is already up he will have a few bad days especially when the defence lets the opponents pressure him for long periods of time but there is no point in demoting a young promising goal keeper especially when the only other older keepers are terrible.This is football Nigeria's social,cultural and political belief that older is better shouldn't be allowed to creep in on the people's game!


I don't see how you can stop it considering we are also saying the older he gets, the more experience and the better for it. But I get the gist of wetin you dey talk

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pajimoh wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Goldleaf wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
A draw with SA will be a great result. I strongly recommend that Rohr not start Uzoho :!:


Cheers.


This is the early days of Francis Uzoho. Given the longetivity of goalkeepers, I expect Uzoho to keep goal for us until the age of 35 at least ie the next 15 years. Peter Rufai was wobbly in his early years too, and his latter years.


Goalies typically don’t begin to mature until 25 or thereabouts. Why rush a young goalkeeper to the detriment of the entire team? If he has demonstrable potential, certainly keep him in the fold but don’t put him in a situation that would damage his confidence permanently :!:


Cheers.

He's been to the World Cup as Nigeria's number 1 so his confidence is already up he will have a few bad days especially when the defence lets the opponents pressure him for long periods of time but there is no point in demoting a young promising goal keeper especially when the only other older keepers are terrible.This is football Nigeria's social,cultural and political belief that older is better shouldn't be allowed to creep in on the people's game!


I don't see how you can stop it considering we are also saying the older he gets, the more experience and the better for it. But I get the gist of wetin you dey talk

Correct and he must play games to achieve that experience so we are lucky he's young,Nigerian culture is not designed to build for the future and that's why they chop,change and neglect and never dare to leave their comfort zone but in Football that won't work!

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Uzoho seem to have studied Akpeyi’s tape and tried to Chanel his inner Akpeyi in the game in Tunisia. I hope at least for the last game, Rorh can call up the Enyimba keeper as he seem to be a very good keeper.

For the SA game, just give me a 2-0 win for the balance to be fully restored.

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1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


Our boys are fired up for this game after what their coach had to say. I just hope we are professional and beat them to seal qualification.

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Then pray they bring back Yobo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :laugh: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:



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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.

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pajimoh wrote:
Polly wrote:
1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


You are one greedy Naijaman, 1naija, but this time, I share your greed and sense of moment. This match should be prosecuted with the mentality of going to SA to re-establish the true football relationship between both nations.

In other words, dis one pass football!

You you want Nigeria to go and renew our wedding vows to our wife bagirla bagirla and also to reinstate the frequent call to their embassy?


Yes mon!


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1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


Are u not the same mosquito that was calling the team rubbish in the game thread? Now u want 4 goals? Ole...get a job. :thumb:

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
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...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


Are u not the same mosquito that was calling the team rubbish in the game thread? Now u want 4 goals? Ole...get a job. :thumb:


May Mosquito bite your jobless azz well well.

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1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.


Chief its this kind of mentality that will turn you into the England of Africa. Pompous (for no justifiable reason) and a team that nobody wishes well :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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SA have not lost in 4 games in this qualifiers and have scored 8 while conceding 0 in the process.
I'll celebrate a narrow away victory with Don Perignon! A win is a win....

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1naija wrote:
...smacking of South Africa in South Africa will be considered a failure by me. Rohr must make a statement with this game.

1naija, 5-0 against South Africa in their home? Come-on! Personally, I will take any victory in the game. South Africa's chance to qualify for the AFCON tournament is in our match with them. I don't see them winning Libya in Tunisia
Don't tell me you are taking these guys seriously! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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