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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:04 pm 
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[1] At the moment, Nigeria is ranked third in Africa
[2] No doubt, we are going to be among the top five seeds ranked for the World Cup qualifiers when the draw comes out
[3] Currently, the five top ranked African sides are Senegal, Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco and DR Congo
[4] I can see DR Congo and Morocco and DR Congo falling out of the rankings and being replaced by Algeria and one of Ghana/Cameroon/Ivory Coast/Egypt
[5] Essentially, this means the first pot will be Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria and maybe Ghana
[6] Pot Two could then include Cameroon, DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Egypt
[7] Pot C could then include Mali, South Africa, Guinea, Burkina Faso and Uganda
[8] Pot D could then include Zimbabwe, Zambia, Benin, Madagascar, Angola
[9] Nigeria could potentially have a World Cup qualification group that includes Cameroon, South Africa and Madagascar
[10] We may face a round two of Egypt 19 soon. Make no doubt about it, these guys will be out for vengeance.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:59 pm 
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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
[1] At the moment, Nigeria is ranked third in Africa
[2] No doubt, we are going to be among the top five seeds ranked for the World Cup qualifiers when the draw comes out
[3] Currently, the five top ranked African sides are Senegal, Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco and DR Congo
[4] I can see DR Congo and Morocco and DR Congo falling out of the rankings and being replaced by Algeria and one of Ghana/Cameroon/Ivory Coast/Egypt
[5] Essentially, this means the first pot will be Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria and maybe Ghana
[6] Pot Two could then include Cameroon, DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Egypt
[7] Pot C could then include Mali, South Africa, Guinea, Burkina Faso and Uganda
[8] Pot D could then include Zimbabwe, Zambia, Benin, Madagascar, Angola
[9] Nigeria could potentially have a World Cup qualification group that includes Cameroon, South Africa and Madagascar
[10] We may face a round two of Egypt 19 soon. Make no doubt about it, these guys will be out for vengeance.

we'll deal with it when it comes but until then we have semi final to worry about and my beers are in the fridge!

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 7:27 pm 
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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
[1] At the moment, Nigeria is ranked third in Africa
[2] No doubt, we are going to be among the top five seeds ranked for the World Cup qualifiers when the draw comes out
[3] Currently, the five top ranked African sides are Senegal, Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco and DR Congo
[4] I can see DR Congo and Morocco and DR Congo falling out of the rankings and being replaced by Algeria and one of Ghana/Cameroon/Ivory Coast/Egypt
[5] Essentially, this means the first pot will be Nigeria, Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria and maybe Ghana
[6] Pot Two could then include Cameroon, DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Egypt
[7] Pot C could then include Mali, South Africa, Guinea, Burkina Faso and Uganda
[8] Pot D could then include Zimbabwe, Zambia, Benin, Madagascar, Angola
[9] Nigeria could potentially have a World Cup qualification group that includes Cameroon, South Africa and Madagascar
[10] We may face a round two of Egypt 19 soon. Make no doubt about it, these guys will be out for vengeance.

we'll deal with it when it comes but until then we have semi final to worry about and my beers are in the fridge!

... exactly! Let's worry and deal with such when the time comes. For now, let's get ready for tomorrow's match with Algeria

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 13, 2019 9:01 pm 
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...many folks, Nigerians that is, don't like the SE progress so far. They make money when we fail.


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