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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:26 pm 
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...Very skillful and fast and when he scores it is always a thing of beauty but mehn the bobo can be frustrating sha...He does everything well except for the final ball (touch)...

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SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine


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SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine

I am not insulting him. I love Musa and appreciate him for putting in a great shift today. I just wish he can make better decisions with his final touch. Make no mistake about it, Musa is a must on our first 11 anytime any day. FNF!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:07 pm 
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Musa is a dunce! Only those on his payroll refuse to admit it!

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Musa is a dunce! Only those on his payroll refuse to admit it!


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:11 pm 
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Robbynice wrote:
john12 wrote:
SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine

I am not insulting him. I love Musa and appreciate him for putting in a great shift today. I just wish he can make better decisions with his final touch. Make no mistake about it, Musa is a must on our first 11 anytime any day. FNF!


Agree with all you’ve said!

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Robbynice wrote:
john12 wrote:
SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine

I am not insulting him. I love Musa and appreciate him for putting in a great shift today. I just wish he can make better decisions with his final touch. Make no mistake about it, Musa is a must on our first 11 anytime any day. FNF!



A must in the first 11? Why, Musa plays in Saudi Arabia, we have other better options in attacking positions. Simon moses kept Musa on the bench when victor moses was around during the qualifiers so. Yes Musa is fast and yes he beat his man effortlessly but if he can’t connect one cross in almost 90 minutes then he has to wear the headless chicken belt.


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...Very skillful and fast and when he scores it is always a thing of beauty but mehn the bobo can be frustrating sha...He does everything well except for the final ball (touch)...


Simply not true. Sometimes a provider can only look as good as his finishers allow him to.
If I blame Musa for anything it is for not being a little more selfish.
BTW, which CE member is on Rohr’s coaching staff cos that Musa substitution came straight from reading posts on here


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:31 pm 
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That's an accurate comparison.

Robbynice wrote:
...Very skillful and fast and when he scores it is always a thing of beauty but mehn the bobo can be frustrating sha...He does everything well except for the final ball (touch)...


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I appreciate that it takes a great deal of skill / effort to get in those positions in the first place, but there were a couple of occasions today when I felt he had a good chance of scoring if he had tried to shoot, instead of passing. If the SA defense were to vote a striker off the pitch today, it would definitely have been Musa

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SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine

I am not insulting him. I love Musa and appreciate him for putting in a great shift today. I just wish he can make better decisions with his final touch. Make no mistake about it, Musa is a must on our first 11 anytime any day. FNF!

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Not accurate at all sorry.

We never have bodies in the box. Musa put in some decent balls and they were cleared because it was Ighalo vs multiple defenders. The only way we score from this is if the crosses are inch perfect, or if we have more numbers in the box, like with the second goal against Cameroon. That would have been an aimless ball had Musa not joined Ighalo in the box.

Plus...I noticed that Moses and even Chukwueze rarely ever get more than a cross in even when they play heavy minutes.

I like Simon Moses, but time and time again he is blocked or checked by defenders. Chukwueze, for all his trickery, too finds it hard to put in crosses when he is playing on the right.

I'm not saying Musa is perfect but I think he is a victim of his own success. Play him on the left and he still gets crosses in, over and over again. If he was playing with a team that got numbers in the box then we'd be singing a different tune.

If I were him I'd stop being so unselfish and do what Simon and Chukwueze does, cut in and try to shoot.

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...I'm not saying Musa is perfect but I think he is a victim of his own success. Play him on the left and he still gets crosses in, over and over again. If he was playing with a team that got numbers in the box then we'd be singing a different tune.

If I were him I'd stop being so unselfish and do what Simon and Chukwueze does, cut in and try to shoot.



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Robbynice wrote:
...Very skillful and fast and when he scores it is always a thing of beauty but mehn the bobo can be frustrating sha...He does everything well except for the final ball (touch)...


My brother his final ball or lack thereof almost cost us today. Had he done his part, SA would’ve been dead and buried in the first half. Na wa.


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airwolex wrote:
Not accurate at all sorry.

We never have bodies in the box. Musa put in some decent balls and they were cleared because it was Ighalo vs multiple defenders. The only way we score from this is if the crosses are inch perfect, or if we have more numbers in the box, like with the second goal against Cameroon. That would have been an aimless ball had Musa not joined Ighalo in the box.

Plus...I noticed that Moses and even Chukwueze rarely ever get more than a cross in even when they play heavy minutes.

I like Simon Moses, but time and time again he is blocked or checked by defenders. Chukwueze, for all his trickery, too finds it hard to put in crosses when he is playing on the right.

I'm not saying Musa is perfect but I think he is a victim of his own success. Play him on the left and he still gets crosses in, over and over again. If he was playing with a team that got numbers in the box then we'd be singing a different tune.

If I were him I'd stop being so unselfish and do what Simon and Chukwueze does, cut in and try to shoot.


I strongly suspect Rohr's influence in Musa not cutting in to shoot anymore. He probably instructed Musa to stop doing that.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:16 am 
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I'm ok with Musa taking more shots. He gets on good positions. As a good finisher, he jas certainly earned that right


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great deal of skill / effort to get in those positions in the first place, but there were a couple of occasions today when I felt he had a good chance of scoring if he had tried to shoot, instead of passing. If the SA defense were to vote a striker off the pitch today, it would definitely have been Musa

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john12 wrote:
SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine

I am not insulting him. I love Musa and appreciate him for putting in a great shift today. I just wish he can make better decisions with his final touch. Make no mistake about it, Musa is a must on our first 11 anytime any day. FNF!


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:23 am 
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olu wrote:
That's an accurate comparison.

Robbynice wrote:
...Very skillful and fast and when he scores it is always a thing of beauty but mehn the bobo can be frustrating sha...He does everything well except for the final ball (touch)...


Not accurate. He is fast but not skillful.

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This thread is idiotic; Musa is great his coach is not simple.

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You have a point. Iwobi needs to join Ighalo in the box more often. Also Musa can cut in and shoot sometimes. :oops
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Not accurate at all sorry.

We never have bodies in the box. Musa put in some decent balls and they were cleared because it was Ighalo vs multiple defenders. The only way we score from this is if the crosses are inch perfect, or if we have more numbers in the box, like with the second goal against Cameroon. That would have been an aimless ball had Musa not joined Ighalo in the box.

Plus...I noticed that Moses and even Chukwueze rarely ever get more than a cross in even when they play heavy minutes.

I like Simon Moses, but time and time again he is blocked or checked by defenders. Chukwueze, for all his trickery, too finds it hard to put in crosses when he is playing on the right.

I'm not saying Musa is perfect but I think he is a victim of his own success. Play him on the left and he still gets crosses in, over and over again. If he was playing with a team that got numbers in the box then we'd be singing a different tune.

If I were him I'd stop being so unselfish and do what Simon and Chukwueze does, cut in and try to shoot.


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olu wrote:
You have a point. Iwobi needs to join Ighalo in the box more often. Also Musa can cut in and shoot sometimes. :oops
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Not accurate at all sorry.

We never have bodies in the box. Musa put in some decent balls and they were cleared because it was Ighalo vs multiple defenders. The only way we score from this is if the crosses are inch perfect, or if we have more numbers in the box, like with the second goal against Cameroon. That would have been an aimless ball had Musa not joined Ighalo in the box.

Plus...I noticed that Moses and even Chukwueze rarely ever get more than a cross in even when they play heavy minutes.

I like Simon Moses, but time and time again he is blocked or checked by defenders. Chukwueze, for all his trickery, too finds it hard to put in crosses when he is playing on the right.

I'm not saying Musa is perfect but I think he is a victim of his own success. Play him on the left and he still gets crosses in, over and over again. If he was playing with a team that got numbers in the box then we'd be singing a different tune.

If I were him I'd stop being so unselfish and do what Simon and Chukwueze does, cut in and try to shoot.




If you notice, when Chukwueze lacks option to pass, he does the best next thing, shoots at goal. Musa does not have to cross the ball if it has a low chance of being latched onto. Just shoot even at a poor angle and force a corner or a save by the goal keeper.


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danfo driver wrote:
Musa is a dunce! Only those on his payroll refuse to admit it!

Seeing you are so smart, please tell us your most fantastic contribution to Nigeria that has brought great impact and joy to the country.. I'll wait

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john12 wrote:
SMH robby not you too. Do not join these criminals to insult musa because his not a traditional winger but a pure unselfish striker. The coach should instruct him to start shooting after beating his man and he will be fine
Robbynice hasn't said anything even you do not know.
You need to recognise that Musa has many things he still needs to work on.

If you were his coach he'd probably remain in arrested development because you fail to see any room for improvement in him.
Yet you have given fair criticism on other players like Chukwueze for instance.
What's with that? :idea:

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danfo driver wrote:
Musa is a dunce! Only those on his payroll refuse to admit it!

Seeing you are so smart, please tell us your most fantastic contribution to Nigeria that has brought great impact and joy to the country.. I'll wait


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