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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:46 pm 
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I have to confess, I am not sure why ….

Is it because he couldn't cut it in a tough league like Germany ?

Is it because when he played for the senior eagles in his debut VS SA he was running around like a headless chicken ?

Is it because he is doing well in a Sub standard league like Belgium ?

I just dont know why for sure.. but just dont think i trust his talent.... :blushing: :blushing: :atc:


Do you know why this is a stupid thread? It would have made more sense if the player being described was at least 27 years old with over 7/8 years experience. For you say this is plain stupidity.

whats stupid is your lack of understanding of my comments...if he was 27 years old...I wont be skeptical, I would know for sure that what the level of his talent is ! At 19-is... I can be skeptical!


Yet you claimed in an earlier thread that he REPEATEDLY FAILED at the highest level. Please quit now and stop embarassing yourself.

I am not even sure what you are disagreeing on here ….. I didn't say he "repeatedly failed"..he just didn't do so well yet at the senior level...so he has a lot to prove...Thus my skepticism..


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:52 pm 
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DAVID OKERE IS A MUCH BETTER PLAYER THAN OSIMHEN ...Trust me people..I trust his talent.




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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 9:19 pm 
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DAVID OKERE IS A MUCH BETTER PLAYER THAN OSIMHEN ...Trust me people..I trust his talent.


You can all see why Juventus wants this guy...
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Crystal Palace will face surprise competition from Juventus in their bid to sign David Okereke from Spezia. According to Italian outlet Il Secolo XIX, as cited on the Inside Futbol, the Turin giants are keeping a close eye on his development. The report claims a number of top-flight Italian teams have also registered an interest, with Okereke continuing to impress in the second tier.



http://www.soka25east.com/juventus-bid- ... d-okereke/


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:55 pm 
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Been disappointed with the growth trend of Osimhen. At 19, and based on what he showed at U-17, he should've progressed further than he currently has. Perhaps he's a late bloomer...

Interesting that the folks at Wolfsburg have invested more faith in Josh Sargent than in Osimhen...

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:12 am 
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txj wrote:
Been disappointed with the growth trend of Osimhen. At 19, and based on what he showed at U-17, he should've progressed further than he currently has. Perhaps he's a late bloomer...

Interesting that the folks at Wolfsburg have invested more faith in Josh Sargent than in Osimhen...


I think your comment are unfair ...... in his first season he wasn’t old enough to play with the first team and when he made it was plagued with injuries . He is on loan to Belgium and at the end of the season will return to Wolfsburg. He should be judged over an extended period of play in the first team not a few minutes to the end of the game which is watch Wolfsburg we’re doing.He is a goal scorer something you can’t teach and it was there for all to see against Libya......all goals coming by way of open play (the same cannot be said about Jude Igahalo)!!


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Flex Swift wrote:
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Been disappointed with the growth trend of Osimhen. At 19, and based on what he showed at U-17, he should've progressed further than he currently has. Perhaps he's a late bloomer...

Interesting that the folks at Wolfsburg have invested more faith in Josh Sargent than in Osimhen...


I think your comment are unfair ...... in his first season he wasn’t old enough to play with the first team and when he made it was plagued with injuries . He is on loan to Belgium and at the end of the season will return to Wolfsburg. He should be judged over an extended period of play in the first team not a few minutes to the end of the game which is watch Wolfsburg we’re doing.He is a goal scorer something you can’t teach and it was there for all to see against Libya......all goals coming by way of open play (the same cannot be said about Jude Igahalo)!!


He had two years to show what he could do; and he did get opportunities, injuries notwithstanding...At that level, a young player must take his chances...That's how it is...

Now he's on loan, and seems to be finding his footing. But I have to say, I am a little concerned about his overall development, from his games I've seen...

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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:25 pm 
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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...

Because you are what our fathers used to call a "stubborn goat". :rotf:

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:26 pm 
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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...



It was one of 2 things that you are doing this and I am not certain which one it is:

1) Pride. Inability to admit that one is wrong. Whether due to fear or something else. It is clear he is a good player. Every player, even Messi has room for improvement. Thus I don't get your point.

2) You just love the attention and you crave people talking about your thread. Why did you even open this up?

If I am to guess it's certainly 2 but it could be 1and 2.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:33 pm 
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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...

Because you are what our fathers used to call a "stubborn goat". :rotf:



DAFUNK, DIDNT EVEN SAY "THANK YOU" FOR THE HIGHLIGHT ?? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...



It was one of 2 things that you are doing this and I am not certain which one it is:

1) Pride. Inability to admit that one is wrong. Whether due to fear or something else. It is clear he is a good player. Every player, even Messi has room for improvement. Thus I don't get your point.

2) You just love the attention and you crave people talking about your thread. Why did you even open this up?

If I am to guess it's certainly 2 but it could be 1and 2.


What about number #3 : I am allowed to have my doubts and it could turn out I am right in the end !!


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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...

Because you are what our fathers used to call a "stubborn goat". :rotf:



DAFUNK, DIDNT EVEN SAY "THANK YOU" FOR THE HIGHLIGHT ?? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
I woulda, but the video doesnt show in the UK.
So, no thanks. :taunt:

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:17 am 
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Damunk wrote:
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I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...

Because you are what our fathers used to call a "stubborn goat". :rotf:

Jackal is being sarcastic.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 2:24 pm 
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JACKAL wrote:
I don't care if he is scoring on the moon...I am still skeptical of him...



Osimhen is burying your skepticism, goal by goal, month by month. I always liked people like you in my life, because you guarantee that I will take it higher. For myself o...in addition to shoving the san-san deep down your throat!


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I’m skeptical of anyone called the Jackal!
The guys probably mixed Ghanaian and Cameroonian!

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 4:21 pm 
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I am sorry, I missed the game yesterday versus Amies. Did Osimhen score that hat trick you were all waiting for ? :taunt: :mrgreen:


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I am sorry, I missed the game yesterday versus Amies. Did Osimhen score that hat trick you were all waiting for ? :taunt: :mrgreen:


No, but Aubameyang, Lacazette, Sterling, Aguero, Harry Kane, Messi, etc all scored their customary hat-tricks.

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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I am sorry, I missed the game yesterday versus Amies. Did Osimhen score that hat trick you were all waiting for ? :taunt: :mrgreen:


No, but Aubameyang, Lacazette, Sterling, Aguero, Harry Kane, Messi, etc all scored their customary hat-tricks.


He is skeptical of their talents as well...

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