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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 4:46 pm 
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This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


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chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


I can still remember people on here trashing this kid because of his U-20 performance..................God is good.

Next stop Ifeanyi Mathew from that same U-20 Squad

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chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:20 pm 
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maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.

Samuel Kalu has the potential to be wc if he can cut out the indiscipline. Troost is too inconsistent.

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maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.


Same ceiling as Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Maceo based on our past debate about Simon vs Kalu..........Please leave this matter :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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wale1974 wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.


Same ceiling as Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Maceo based on our past debate about Simon vs Kalu..........Please leave this matter :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


Refresh my memory, what debate and what does it have to do with this? Salah and De Bruyne were bought by and used by Chelsea early in their career so their potential was never in doubt, they showed it at smaller clubs before making the jump back up. I hope our guys go on to be Salah's and De Bruynes, but I live in reality and these guys haven't shown to be such talents.

Iwobi is clearly showing that potential and with more consistency can definitely get there. But come on Omeruo, Troost, Aina, Onyekuru are average to below average players. Even Rohr is begging other average defenders in Germany to bring them into the fold and challenge Omeruo and Troost. Aina in SE can't start over a midfielder at his preferred RB position when both are fully fit. Onyekuru is a stand-by invitee to the SE and his club form has been going down hill from Belgium days.

Now Kalu is a different prospect, if he truly is 20/21 he has time to cut out a lot of his bad habits and reach a higher level. But that's a big if and this season he's starting to chop bench recently probably because he is not really improving. Hopefully he gets it together because he does have the talent.

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chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.

Can you please define "world class"?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 12:21 am 
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maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.


Samuel Kalu: 4yrs ago, he was playing in a local academy in plateau state. Then Slovakia, Belgium and now made a $10m to Lique 1. You can see steady progress. He has everything and excellent technique to be a world class player.

Troost ekong: He is growing. He is at Udinese and has turned it up in the last few games. A great season or 2 in Udinese and it's Man Utds, Chelsea, Jive, real, Barca, etc.

Henry Onyekuru: He is joint 5th highest goalscorers in the league playing from the wings. He is new to the team and hardly played any game 2nd half of last season due to injury. But we know, Henry can be magical. Hes owned by Everton. Last season, he was close to signing with PSG.

Omeruo: owned by chelsea, just like Sallah and Debryne. Leganes have gone 9 games unbeaten keeping 5 clean sheets in the last 5games. And Omeruo is sits in the heart of that defence. He is a rock in the air and on ground and good with the ball.

Ola Aina: he is already a sensation at Torino. Very skillful full/wing back that plays both left and right. Like Sallah and Debryune, he's also owned by chelsea. Let's wait and see


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Leganes lost today but Omeruo was the highest rated defensive player on his team and 2nd in the game. Kenneth is starting to live up to hype he received in the early years. :thumb:

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chief nfachairman wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.


Samuel Kalu: 4yrs ago, he was playing in a local academy in plateau state. Then Slovakia, Belgium and now made a $10m to Lique 1. You can see steady progress. He has everything and excellent technique to be a world class player.

Troost ekong: He is growing. He is at Udinese and has turned it up in the last few games. A great season or 2 in Udinese and it's Man Utds, Chelsea, Jive, real, Barca, etc.

Henry Onyekuru: He is joint 5th highest goalscorers in the league playing from the wings. He is new to the team and hardly played any game 2nd half of last season due to injury. But we know, Henry can be magical. Hes owned by Everton. Last season, he was close to signing with PSG.

Omeruo: owned by chelsea, just like Sallah and Debryne. Leganes have gone 9 games unbeaten keeping 5 clean sheets in the last 5games. And Omeruo is sits in the heart of that defence. He is a rock in the air and on ground and good with the ball.

Ola Aina: he is already a sensation at Torino. Very skillful full/wing back that plays both left and right. Like Sallah and Debryune, he's also owned by chelsea. Let's wait and see


Good luck to them, but you are over exaggerating their ability and understating what world class means.

Kalu has the talent and will hopefully continue improving to be a very good player. But he’s no where near as good as John Utaka used to be in Ligue 1 and nobody would call Utaka World Class.

PSG were never in for Onyekuru, and whether he’s 5th highest scorer in a useless league when you actually watch him you see why Rohr has barely used him. He is an opportunistic scorer at best but does little else in games. He’s supposed to be tearing up this substandard league based on his assumed talent.

Aina has NOT been a sensation, he’s been decent and has earned a starting shirt at Torino and is improving defensively in addition to his decent offensive abilities. Would you see Chelsea calling him back? I don’t think so he’s not at the level of even a Zappacosta talk less of their starters.

Ekongs team is massively struggling this season and he hasn’t really stood out except for a couple of games. He would need to show a lot more to attract those teams.

Omeruo for his sake he better stay in Spain as the style of play suits him. We have seen him enough to know his ceiling, no real arguments there. He’s probably not gonna improve much more at this point in his career.

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maceo4 wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is the real deal... Been praying for a world class player to emerge for the SE for such a long time now, and it seems my prayers are been answered finally.


Ndidi is also world class. He is a few months away from joining the Top clubs in the world.


Troost Ekong
Ola Aina
Omeruo
Henry Onyekuru
Alex Iwobi
Samuel Kalu

are 1 or 2 seasons away from been world class.


Ndidi yes, the rest of them aside from Iwobi....come on...good players but they have their ceilings and its not world class level.


Same ceiling as Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

Maceo based on our past debate about Simon vs Kalu..........Please leave this matter :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


Refresh my memory, what debate and what does it have to do with this? Salah and De Bruyne were bought by and used by Chelsea early in their career so their potential was never in doubt, they showed it at smaller clubs before making the jump back up. I hope our guys go on to be Salah's and De Bruynes, but I live in reality and these guys haven't shown to be such talents.

Iwobi is clearly showing that potential and with more consistency can definitely get there. But come on Omeruo, Troost, Aina, Onyekuru are average to below average players. Even Rohr is begging other average defenders in Germany to bring them into the fold and challenge Omeruo and Troost. Aina in SE can't start over a midfielder at his preferred RB position when both are fully fit. Onyekuru is a stand-by invitee to the SE and his club form has been going down hill from Belgium days.

Now Kalu is a different prospect, if he truly is 20/21 he has time to cut out a lot of his bad habits and reach a higher level. But that's a big if and this season he's starting to chop bench recently probably because he is not really improving. Hopefully he gets it together because he does have the talent.



Just less than a year ago o :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Leganes lost today but Omeruo was the highest rated defensive player on his team and 2nd in the game. Kenneth is starting to live up to the hype he received in the early years. :thumb:


He is really playing well with Leganes.............I hope they can stay up and make the move permanent.

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Amazing.
Look at 1:35 where he outmaneuvers THREE RM players for fun.
Can't wait for this kid to reach his full potential.
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I like his ball control and he is doing it against a team like real madrid shows he is the real deal

Man united, what are we waiting for? We need someone on the right side and i think he might be it

Be quick, offer 30M and get him now

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Amazing.
Look at 1:35 where he outmaneuvers THREE RM players for fun.
Can't wait for this kid to reach his full potential.
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The boy controls the ball very well. He is going to be great player.

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Amazing.
Look at 1:35 where he outmaneuvers THREE RM players for fun.
Can't wait for this kid to reach his full potential.
:clap: :clap: :clap:

The boy controls the ball very well. He is going to be great player.
Only just realising it was Marcelo he was trying to retire.
Check out how many times he take a whole Marcelo do mumu for that video. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Ike Uche urges Chukwueze to continue his development at Villarreal
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Nigeria's Samuel Chukwueze is enjoying an impressive season with Spain's Villarreal
Ikechukwu Uche has told Villarreal forward and fellow Nigerian Samuel Chukwueze to treat growing transfer speculation as a compliment and continue to develop at his former club.

19-year-old Chukwueze is enjoying a breakthrough season, scoring in the Spanish La Liga, Europa League and Spanish Cup.

Chukwueze's form has caught the attention of clubs across Europe, but Uche - who is highly revered at Villarreal - believes the teenager's interest will be best served by staying.

"Chukwueze is doing well at Villarreal so it's only normal to have growing speculation about his future in the media, but he is in a good place," Uche told BBC Sport.

"He should treat all this attention as a compliment and continue to grow because his impressive rise from the reserves to the first team is still fresh.

"Villarreal is a good club, he is being taken care of and he's surrounded by quality players that will help him grow.

"The people there are dedicated to protecting and improving him, so there is no pressure on him."

Ikechukwu Uche is revered at Villarreal where he played a big role in helping the club gain promotion back to the top flight in 2014.
Nigeria's fourth highest scorer with 19 goals, Uche joined Villarreal from Real Zaragoza in August 2011, but was immediately loaned out to then Spanish La Liga newboys Granada, for the 2011/12 season.

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But he returned to relegated Villarreal for 2012-13 and emerged as top scorer with 14 goals to lead the team back to the top flight.

In 2013-14, Uche scored another 14 goals as the club finished in sixth place to secure a Europa League spot.

He believes his compatriot Chukwueze, who is capable of playing on either flank, is capable of making bigger impact at Estadio de la Cerámica.

"I've been following his progress and I know some of the people there, so let's just say he has the potential to become a successful player at the club," Uche added.

"I haven't had a chance to speak to him but personally I want him to stay.

"I'm sure he will do what is right for his career, I'm just happy to see another African and Nigerian making a positive impact at Villarreal."

Ivorian defender Eric Bailly and DR Congo's Cedric Bakambu are two notable Africans who have recently made big-money move from Villarreal.

Chukwueze has made 13 appearances this season for Villareal, scoring four goals for the La Liga side.

A Fifa under-17 World Cup winner with Nigeria in 2015, he has been likened to his hero and Bayern Munich's former Netherlands winger Arjen Robben.

Chukwueze - who came close to joining Arsenal in 2016 - arrived at Villarreal from Nigeria's Diamond Academy in August 2017.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46731011

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I like his ball control and he is doing it against a team like real madrid shows he is the real deal

Man united, what are we waiting for? We need someone on the right side and i think he might be it

Be quick, offer 30M and get him now



he is ready for Arsenal. Let him go and form a partnership with Iwobi.

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This boy doesnt have respect. See how he's toying with his elders. He chopped Ramos cleeeeeaann on 2 occassions.


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This boy doesnt have respect. See how he's toying with his elders. He chopped Ramos cleeeeeaann on 2 occassions.

Only Messi and Boufal complete more dribbles per game.

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Damunk wrote:
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Damunk wrote:
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Amazing.
Look at 1:35 where he outmaneuvers THREE RM players for fun.
Can't wait for this kid to reach his full potential.
:clap: :clap: :clap:

The boy controls the ball very well. He is going to be great player.
Only just realising it was Marcelo he was trying to retire.
Check out how many times he take a whole Marcelo do mumu for that video. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


The thing was funny o, Ramos had to have a quick meeting with Casimero and Marcelo told him to help Marcelo with Samu

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