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PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 1:24 pm 
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Happy new year everyone!

I notice Kelechi is not even in the squad against Everton about to kick of soon. Is he injured?

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No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!

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No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!

Hmmmmmmmm! Very sad, but not surprising. The young man has been deteriorating - in performance - for awhile now. Thus, what I feared for him finally has happened

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


Really? Okizaki? Wow! This is not good. Maybe a loan spell to one of the championship's top sides might be a good thing. Start weekly. Get a few goals. Reduscover his confidence.

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Kelechi needs to loose some of those weight, and get a trainer to improve his craft. In the business of foot ball, you don't produce, you go. He has not been helping himself and take advantage provided him.


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...only very fit players will be playing this festive match filled schedule, when other leagues are taking brakes, epl is in full throttle. I think he played last match they lost.


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No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


Really? Okizaki? Wow! This is not good. Maybe a loan spell to one of the championship's top sides might be a good thing. Start weekly. Get a few goals. Reduscover his confidence.


Championship? No way, the fact is that the pace of the game in England is not for him unless he"s in a top 4 team that can dominate possession and slow the game down. La liga is where he belongs .

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Waste of 20million.

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Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.

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He is injured


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wale1974 wrote:
Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.



Sadly, i don't see how he makes Afcon at this rate. The emergence of Osihmen, chukwueze, Success and the ever present Ighalo will make it tough for him.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.



Sadly, i don't see how he makes Afcon at this rate. The emergence of Osihmen, chukwueze, Success and the ever present Ighalo will make it tough for him.

I blame Nigerians for his failure
Nacho is overhyped and yet time and time again u find excuses for his poor performance. Imagine, what the ones close to him tell him.

Nacho's problem is something he can do nothing about: age

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


There is absolutely no truth to what you’ve said. It’s just pure speculation. You basically just smacked your behind and came up with a bunch of baloney. Iheanacho was left off the squad for the same reason James Madison sat on the bench and Marc Albrighton started from it; strategy. Clearly, Leicester’s game plan was to sit back, pressure the ball and counter-attack. It worked out well for them as they got lucky on a defensive error. Puel simply decided that none of the aforementioned players had a critical role in the contemplated strategy. Part of the tactics adopted to implement the strategy was to have Ricardo Pereira, a certified full back, start alongside Jamie Vardy and Rachid Ghezzal in a 4-3-3 formation. Recall that they employed the exact same strategy against Chelsea with an identical result. Need I remind you that Claude Puel himself has affirmed numerous times that Iheanacho is solidly in his plans? Perhaps, you shouldn’t rely exclusively on Livescore for your information. Get a subcription to a cable or satellite provider so you can actually watch the games and listen to the pre game analysis. That way, you’ll be able to render a more informed opinion :idea: :!:


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Rawlings wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.



Sadly, i don't see how he makes Afcon at this rate. The emergence of Osihmen, chukwueze, Success and the ever present Ighalo will make it tough for him.

I blame Nigerians for his failure
Nacho is overhyped and yet time and time again u find excuses for his poor performance. Imagine, what the ones close to him tell him.

Nacho's problem is something he can do nothing about: ages



Bitter Ghana fan. You will soon disappear after the next Black Farts loss.


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kajifu wrote:
He is injured

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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


There is absolutely no truth to what you’ve said. It’s just pure speculation. You basically just smacked your behind and came up with a bunch of baloney. Iheanacho was left off the squad for the same reason James Madison sat on the bench and Marc Albrighton started from it; strategy. Clearly, Leicester’s game plan was to sit back, pressure the ball and counter-attack. It worked out well for them as they got lucky on a defensive error. Puel simply decided that none of the aforementioned players had a critical role in the contemplated strategy. Part of the tactics adopted to implement the strategy was to have Ricardo Pereira, a certified full back, start alongside Jamie Vardy and Rachid Ghezzal in a 4-3-3 formation. Recall that they employed the exact same strategy against Chelsea with an identical result. Need I remind you that Claude Puel himself has affirmed numerous times that Iheanacho is solidly in his plans? Perhaps, you shouldn’t rely exclusively on Livescore for your information. Get a subcription to a cable or satellite provider so you can actually watch the games and listen to the pre game analysis. That way, you’ll be able to render a more informed opinion :idea: :!:


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1 goal from a 20 million pound striker speaks volumes.............Let's stop making excuses. https://www.whoscored.com/Players/28925 ... -Iheanacho

As it stands Nacho is one of the worst in the team https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/14/Show ... -Leicester

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wale1974 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


There is absolutely no truth to what you’ve said. It’s just pure speculation. You basically just smacked your behind and came up with a bunch of baloney. Iheanacho was left off the squad for the same reason James Madison sat on the bench and Marc Albrighton started from it; strategy. Clearly, Leicester’s game plan was to sit back, pressure the ball and counter-attack. It worked out well for them as they got lucky on a defensive error. Puel simply decided that none of the aforementioned players had a critical role in the contemplated strategy. Part of the tactics adopted to implement the strategy was to have Ricardo Pereira, a certified full back, start alongside Jamie Vardy and Rachid Ghezzal in a 4-3-3 formation. Recall that they employed the exact same strategy against Chelsea with an identical result. Need I remind you that Claude Puel himself has affirmed numerous times that Iheanacho is solidly in his plans? Perhaps, you shouldn’t rely exclusively on Livescore for your information. Get a subcription to a cable or satellite provider so you can actually watch the games and listen to the pre game analysis. That way, you’ll be able to render a more informed opinion :idea: :!:


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1 goal from a 20 million pound striker speaks volumes.............Let's stop making excuses. https://www.whoscored.com/Players/28925 ... -Iheanacho

As it stands Nacho is one of the worst in the team https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/14/Show ... -Leicester


Did you even bother to read or analyze the rather misleading statistics you referred to? One of the worst at what? Did you miss the fact that Nacho has played less than 840 minutes total, giving him a better goal average than most squad members including Pereira and Ndidi, who have played twice as many minutes, and Okazaki or that no one on the team has more assists than Nacho or that only Vardy and Madison have better goal+assist ratios than Nacho :?: Try again :!:


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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.



Sadly, i don't see how he makes Afcon at this rate. The emergence of Osihmen, chukwueze, Success and the ever present Ighalo will make it tough for him.


I've said it for a while.

Currently based on merrit, he does not warrant a place on a 23 man squad.

He is not better than any of the players you listed above.


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vancity eagle wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
Nacho should go out on loan................His spot in SE is not even a sure bet.



Sadly, i don't see how he makes Afcon at this rate. The emergence of Osihmen, chukwueze, Success and the ever present Ighalo will make it tough for him.


I've said it for a while.

Currently based on merrit, he does not warrant a place on a 23 man squad.

He is not better than any of the players you listed above.


Kai, the bobo don suffer, but his experience with the team and chemistry would put him ahead of the likes of Osihmen so I can't see him not making the AFCON barring injury though.

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wale1974 wrote:
1 goal from a 20 million pound striker speaks volumes.............Let's stop making excuses. https://www.whoscored.com/Players/28925 ... -Iheanacho
As it stands Nacho is one of the worst in the team https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/14/Show ... -Leicester


worst value for a striker, in Europe, in 2019

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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


There is absolutely no truth to what you’ve said. It’s just pure speculation. You basically just smacked your behind and came up with a bunch of baloney. Iheanacho was left off the squad for the same reason James Madison sat on the bench and Marc Albrighton started from it; strategy. Clearly, Leicester’s game plan was to sit back, pressure the ball and counter-attack. It worked out well for them as they got lucky on a defensive error. Puel simply decided that none of the aforementioned players had a critical role in the contemplated strategy. Part of the tactics adopted to implement the strategy was to have Ricardo Pereira, a certified full back, start alongside Jamie Vardy and Rachid Ghezzal in a 4-3-3 formation. Recall that they employed the exact same strategy against Chelsea with an identical result. Need I remind you that Claude Puel himself has affirmed numerous times that Iheanacho is solidly in his plans? Perhaps, you shouldn’t rely exclusively on Livescore for your information. Get a subcription to a cable or satellite provider so you can actually watch the games and listen to the pre game analysis. That way, you’ll be able to render a more informed opinion :idea: :!:


Cheers.


1 goal from a 20 million pound striker speaks volumes.............Let's stop making excuses. https://www.whoscored.com/Players/28925 ... -Iheanacho

As it stands Nacho is one of the worst in the team https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/14/Show ... -Leicester


Did you even bother to read or analyze the rather misleading statistics you referred to? One of the worst at what? Did you miss the fact that Nacho has played less than 840 minutes total, giving him a better goal average than most squad members including Pereira and Ndidi, who have played twice as many minutes, and Okazaki or that no one on the team has more assists than Nacho or that only Vardy and Madison have better goal+assist ratios than Nacho :?: Try again :!:


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This must be a freaking joke :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: Nacho is a striker just in case you missed that.

I swear the way you guys make excuses these days is so ridiculous.

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wale1974 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
No. Unfortunately, okizaki has taken his spot as first striker off the bench. Nacho has only made the bench once in the last 3 gamed. We might even see him go on loan. Sad!


There is absolutely no truth to what you’ve said. It’s just pure speculation. You basically just smacked your behind and came up with a bunch of baloney. Iheanacho was left off the squad for the same reason James Madison sat on the bench and Marc Albrighton started from it; strategy. Clearly, Leicester’s game plan was to sit back, pressure the ball and counter-attack. It worked out well for them as they got lucky on a defensive error. Puel simply decided that none of the aforementioned players had a critical role in the contemplated strategy. Part of the tactics adopted to implement the strategy was to have Ricardo Pereira, a certified full back, start alongside Jamie Vardy and Rachid Ghezzal in a 4-3-3 formation. Recall that they employed the exact same strategy against Chelsea with an identical result. Need I remind you that Claude Puel himself has affirmed numerous times that Iheanacho is solidly in his plans? Perhaps, you shouldn’t rely exclusively on Livescore for your information. Get a subcription to a cable or satellite provider so you can actually watch the games and listen to the pre game analysis. That way, you’ll be able to render a more informed opinion :idea: :!:
Cheers.


1 goal from a 20 million pound striker speaks volumes.............Let's stop making excuses. https://www.whoscored.com/Players/28925 ... -Iheanacho

As it stands Nacho is one of the worst in the team https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/14/Show ... -Leicester


Did you even bother to read or analyze the rather misleading statistics you referred to? One of the worst at what? Did you miss the fact that Nacho has played less than 840 minutes total, giving him a better goal average than most squad members including Pereira and Ndidi, who have played twice as many minutes, and Okazaki or that no one on the team has more assists than Nacho or that only Vardy and Madison have better goal+assist ratios than Nacho :?: Try again :!:
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This must be a freaking joke :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: Nacho is a striker just in case you missed that.
I swear the way you guys make excuses these days is so ridiculous.


The excuses began long ago, i.e. when Pep let him go ....

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Once again the problem with Nigerians is that we tend to overhype our boys then discard them through a rough patch. We should learn to encourage and support them in all situations instead of suggesting their omissions at any dry patch. You want a young experienced striker like nacho that has one of the best game/goal ratio for SE omitted in our 23 for some backwater up and coming youngstars because he isn’t performing for his clubside presently? Anyway, I’m glad that rohr is a type of coach that sticks to his trusted boys because there’s no way macho will be dropped for any backwater league player and like I have always said, incoming replacements must be an upgrade on incumbents players or we must continue to stick with our incumbents players.


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