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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:54 am 
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Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.
5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:58 am 
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Agboni Basket did not make the top 5 keepers ?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 2:27 am 
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Eze can I get a DVD?

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You can get the book....no dvd

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Ezesportsworld wrote:
You can get the book....no dvd

Is there a DVD in the book?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 2:58 am 
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The YeyeMan wrote:
Ezesportsworld wrote:
You can get the book....no dvd

Is there a DVD in the book?


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The YeyeMan wrote:
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You can get the book....no dvd

Is there a DVD in the book?



what a way to welcome Eze back :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 3:27 am 
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I can’t wait to see the forward list and it will be incomplete without Ahmed musa


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Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.

5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


I have my doubts about those highlighted in red. How is it that Fregene and Rigogo are ranked ahead of Rufai? Or how does Nwanu rank among top 5 central defenders? In essence, he is ahead of Taribo West? Ahead of Godwin Odiye?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:15 am 
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I agree, Taribo West should be on the list.

Enugu II wrote:
Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.

5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


I have my doubts about those highlighted in red. How is it that Fregene and Rigogo are ranked ahead of Rufai? Or how does Nwanu rank among top 5 central defenders? In essence, he is ahead of Taribo West? Ahead of Godwin Odiye?


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Enugu II wrote:
Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.

5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


I have my doubts about those highlighted in red. How is it that Fregene and Rigogo are ranked ahead of Rufai? Or how does Nwanu rank among top 5 central defenders? In essence, he is ahead of Taribo West? Ahead of Godwin Odiye?


List was probably done while downing copious amount of Udeku.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 3:31 pm 
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Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.
5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


1. Peter Rufai
2. Enyeama
3. Okala
4. Ike Shoronmu

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:48 pm 
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Central defenders here meant those who played the number 5 position. It’s 55 best, 5 best players for each position. After talking to so many Nigerian players, they preferred those goalkeepers over Ruffin.My 2pence. Will post the list for number 6 position soon.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:12 pm 
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Cellular wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.

5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


I have my doubts about those highlighted in red. How is it that Fregene and Rigogo are ranked ahead of Rufai? Or how does Nwanu rank among top 5 central defenders? In essence, he is ahead of Taribo West? Ahead of Godwin Odiye?


List was probably done while downing copious amount of Udeku.


EII and Unku Chairman:
People don tok say dem no want book from Eze. Na DVD dem want. We still dey enjoy books from Heavy D and Prof.

Eze, all we are sayyyyyying, give us DVDs!

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Cellular wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Ezesportsworld wrote:
Goalkeepers
1.Emma Okala
2.Vin Enyeama
3.Peter Fregene
4. Inua lawal Rigogo.

5. Peter Rufia.

Central defenders.
1 Christian Chukwu
2.Stephen Keshi
3. Okechukwu Uche.
4. Godwin Achebe.
5. Chidi Nwanu

More to come, book coming out soon.


I have my doubts about those highlighted in red. How is it that Fregene and Rigogo are ranked ahead of Rufai? Or how does Nwanu rank among top 5 central defenders? In essence, he is ahead of Taribo West? Ahead of Godwin Odiye?


List was probably done while downing copious amount of Udeku.



I'll probably place Rufai ahead of Fregene.

I disagree on Taribo though; did not do enough to merit a top 5 place. I'll take Odiye.

Besides this, I'm with Chief Eze (tautology duly noted); DVD or no DVD :winking:

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The utter disrespect that you older guys have for newer players is just beyond me because how can you mention Nigeria top 5 defender without mentioning “Yobo” a player that’s our highest capped player, a player that has always shown commitment, respect and dignity towards the national team and also a nations cup champion, WC round of 16 and played consistently for a decent EPL team? How many of the guys you listed has such CV? None. Anyway, I’m waiting for any angel* to post the forward line up and if dem born una well, no mention “AHMED MUSA” name


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We must learn to celebrate Commitment, Hardwork, Respect, integrity when judging talents/players. You cannot just judge a player based on his talents


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:39 pm 
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Which foolish Taribo? The one that described his teammates as “Junks” that’s a potential disqualifier


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john12 wrote:
The utter disrespect that you older guys have for newer players is just beyond me because how can you mention Nigeria top 5 defender without mentioning “Yobo” a player that’s our highest capped player, a player that has always shown commitment, respect and dignity towards the national team and also a nations cup champion, WC round of 16 and played consistently for a decent EPL team? How many of the guys you listed has such CV? None. Anyway, I’m waiting for any angel* to post the forward line up and if dem born una well, no mention “AHMED MUSA” name



don't mind the 'older guys' jare. Where are Moses, Onyekuru, Iwobi, Isaac Success, Kelechi, and other fantastically wonderful young players on this so-called list? Did any of dem older guys score for Man City? Chelsea? Arsenal? :sneaky: :sneaky: :sneaky:

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The utter disrespect that you older guys have for newer players is just beyond me because how can you mention Nigeria top 5 defender without mentioning “Yobo” a player that’s our highest capped player, a player that has always shown commitment, respect and dignity towards the national team and also a nations cup champion, WC round of 16 and played consistently for a decent EPL team? How many of the guys you listed has such CV? None. Anyway, I’m waiting for any angel* to post the forward line up and if dem born una well, no mention “AHMED MUSA” name


I will not hold your youth and inexperience against you...

Yobo ko Zobo ni...

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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The utter disrespect that you older guys have for newer players is just beyond me because how can you mention Nigeria top 5 defender without mentioning “Yobo” a player that’s our highest capped player, a player that has always shown commitment, respect and dignity towards the national team and also a nations cup champion, WC round of 16 and played consistently for a decent EPL team? How many of the guys you listed has such CV? None. Anyway, I’m waiting for any angel* to post the forward line up and if dem born una well, no mention “AHMED MUSA” name



don't mind the 'older guys' jare. Where are Moses, Onyekuru, Iwobi, Isaac Success, Kelechi, and other fantastically wonderful young players on this so-called list? Did any of dem older guys score for Man City? Chelsea? Arsenal? :sneaky: :sneaky: :sneaky:


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This List is not complete without goalkeeper, Chigozie Agbim and striker, Gambo Mohammed.
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john12 wrote:
The utter disrespect that you older guys have for newer players is just beyond me because how can you mention Nigeria top 5 defender without mentioning “Yobo” a player that’s our highest capped player, a player that has always shown commitment, respect and dignity towards the national team and also a nations cup champion, WC round of 16 and played consistently for a decent EPL team? How many of the guys you listed has such CV? None. Anyway, I’m waiting for any angel* to post the forward line up and if dem born una well, no mention “AHMED MUSA” name


John12,

Give respect to the old guys at least they had the benefit of seeing most of these players in live action and thus have, perhaps, a better view. Their knowledge of Nigerian players did not begin with watching Yobo.Note that they have include Enyeama who was after Yobo. There is a reason for this.

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