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 Post subject: Re: Akpeyi saved us...
PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 6:35 pm 
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How far with the young Arsenal goalie, Arthur Okonkwo? Has the NFA started working on him or are they waiting for him to blow up for England to come calling before they make a move?

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 Post subject: Re: Akpeyi saved us...
PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:18 pm 
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Akpeyi, what a performance today against South Africa. You and awon boys are appreciated. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Robbynice wrote:
Akpeyi, what a performance today against South Africa. You and awon boys are appreciated. :clap: :clap: :clap:

Yeah men, Arsenal hope you watched Akpeyi today?

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I want to once again on behalf of myself and members of this forum appreciate Akpeyi for a job well done so far in the tournament. He is the most scrutinized player on the team yet all he does is make it count for the nation. We appreciate you bro. Keep doing your thing and continue to silence your critics both on and off the green grass. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Robbynice wrote:
Akpeyi, what a performance today against South Africa. You and awon boys are appreciated. :clap: :clap: :clap:

:sad: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Robby is just trying to be positive.

What i saw was a nervous wreck on the field. But there is something to be said about his distribution. He knows when to hit it high and long and when to put a spin on the ball or hit it on the side for a more flatter lower kick. Granted, not all came off but i feel he is better at that than the other 3.

I tell u who i miss....Ikeme!!! He did the work just as well as Vincent but with much less drama.


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Cellular wrote:
Robbynice wrote:
Akpeyi, what a performance today against South Africa. You and awon boys are appreciated. :clap: :clap: :clap:

:sad: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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Ugbowo wrote:
Robby is just trying to be positive.

What i saw was a nervous wreck on the field. But there is something to be said about his distribution. He knows when to hit it high and long and when to put a spin on the ball or hit it on the side for a more flatter lower kick. Granted, not all came off but i feel he is better at that than the other 3.

I tell u who i miss....Ikeme!!! He did the work just as well as Vincent but with much less drama.


:clap: :clap:

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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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That Akpeyi had zero sense on positional play. This fella was so off when SA had the VAR goal...my goodness

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Akpeyi is like pure water. No flavor but necessary to life.
I know many would have prefered a dramatic GK, but he is all we got.
Bad belle aside, he is the best goalie in camp.

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Robby, with only 10 mins into the Algeria match, I am seriously questioning whether your head dey house at all.
Akpeyi is a waste of space

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Robby, with only 10 mins into the Algeria match, I am seriously questioning whether your head dey house at all.
Akpeyi is a waste of space

Don't allow feelings becloud your judgement. Consider the facts. :)

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Akpeyi put in a good shift. The point blank save was enough for me. Apparently there is a reason why he got the position Kaiser Chiefs.

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Kneedeep wrote:
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Akpeyi put in a good shift. The point blank save was enough for me. Apparently there is a reason why he got the position Kaiser Chiefs.


Akpeyi was good today,....... Could be better but still did his job well today.

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Kneedeep wrote:
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Akpeyi put in a good shift. The point blank save was enough for me. Apparently there is a reason why he got the position Kaiser Chiefs.

Credit for the save (even though the striker played the ball directly at him) but the guy is rubbish. He made a lot of blunders in that match that should've easily been punished.

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I come from the mindset that every player comes do their best in the GWG. Akpeyi did his best and "tried". However, he lacks several aspects that makes one a decent goalkeeper (command of the box, positioning, decision making). He had a OK tournament but wouldn't want him to be the starting GK for the SE.

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You cannot give more than you have and sadly Akpeyi doesn’t have much of anything to work with. He did his best throughout but his best is closer to incompetence than average. The ability is just not there with rookie errors the norm game in, game out. Anyway, he tried his best. God bless him and thanks for your service to your country.


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green4life wrote:
You cannot give more than you have and sadly Akpeyi doesn’t have much of anything to work with. He did his best throughout but his best is closer to incompetence than average. The ability is just not there with rookie errors the norm game in, game out. Anyway, he tried his best. God bless him and thanks for your service to your country.


This is exactly how I feel.

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green4life wrote:
You cannot give more than you have and sadly Akpeyi doesn’t have much of anything to work with. He did his best throughout but his best is closer to incompetence than average. The ability is just not there with rookie errors the norm game in, game out. Anyway, he tried his best. God bless him and thanks for your service to your country.

True.

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