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-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.


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Enough of the embellishment already; yes it was ok but it really wasn’t all that. Very labile display - indication of ?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:26 am 
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The players from the Ukraine game were at the nations cup and our coach refused to play them.

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kalu was Sick all through the tournament
Chukwueze played all games
osimehn was benched for the Highest goal scorer at Afcon. people will say anything whatsoever to discrete their coach


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[quote="john12"]kalu was Sick all through the tournament
Chukwueze played all games
osimehn was benched for the Highest goal scorer at Afcon. people will say anything whatsoever to discredit their coach


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Enough of the embellishment already; yes it was ok but it really wasn’t all that. Very labile display - indication of ?


The guy has to milk it now... :rotf: :rotf:

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maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
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Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.

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Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.

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Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.


The man went to the WC to gain experience.
He went to the AFCON to gain experience.
With this young team, he will keep gaining experience.
He has a young team.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:17 pm 
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all of a sudden all**** says is the term young team...

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Cellular wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.


The man went to the WC to gain experience.
He went to the AFCON to gain experience.
With this young team, he will keep gaining experience.
He has a young team.
Chief, maybe you should ban him from recruiting young 20-yr old players and instead stay with the Ogus, Mikels, Ighalos and ......the Musas. Or just call up some old Hey-yous to make the team older. :)

That way he won't need to lie about "young teams" which can virtually be shipped wholesale into the U23 Olympics, no exceptions.

Again, not wanting to hear anything positive Rohr has to say dey do una.

G. Southgate is always going on about his "youthful'' (England) team and has even said they are on a "learning curve" and the press didn't bite his head off.

But we understand the "emotional'' reaction. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.
Prof, What do you think the deeper implications might be?

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Cellular wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.


The man went to the WC to gain experience.
He went to the AFCON to gain experience.
With this young team, he will keep gaining experience.
He has a young team.


He's not building a team. He's building a tower of excuses.

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It's said that, 'he who pays the piper dictates the tune'.
Those paying Rohr are comfortable with his way of running things.
Meanwhile those who cannot afford to pay, and still owing previous coaches
are busy clamoring for Rohr to be fired so they can bring in their own person.
Money talks louder than emotions.

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niyi wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.


The man went to the WC to gain experience.
He went to the AFCON to gain experience.
With this young team, he will keep gaining experience.
He has a young team.


He's not building a team. He's building a tower of excuses.
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Not a fan, of .....; but its a step in the right direction. The more the team plays together, the better. The team is not experiencing drastic personnel changes as was in the past.

The man should be made the manager and a proper coach brought in to manage the actual games.


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maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



If this was the best half Eagles have ever played and Musa was not there, I wonder what the future holds for Musa in the SE.


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chief nfachairman wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



If this was the best half Eagles have ever played and Musa was not there, I wonder what the future holds for Musa in the SE.



and the other Musa, aka Moses, did not play in the first half either :P


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But watch the mugu play Musa and Moses on the wings when the quali starts


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Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.

It's just Rohr preparing his excuses. When we don't qualify or are knocked out it'll be because Nigeria is a "young team". Expect these words to be a running theme while he remains in charge.

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Enugu II wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Bell wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
-**** praises his teams first half performance, says Ukraine’s second goal shouldn’t have stood.
-Wants to play 2 more friendlies in October against African opponents.
-Continues focusing on the age of his team saying this is the youngest he’s coached.
-Gives respect to Benin so wants to have good preparations before we play them at home in Afcon qualification.



MATCH AGAINST UKRAINE WAS GOOD, AND...


…I know it's one step at a time but the man should know that in the long run, Ukraine is not Nigeria's ultimate objective.
Bell
There is nothing in his interview to suggest he believes so.
And the reference to the "young team" was more about praising their performance and how it indicates a positive sign of things to come.


Damunk,

I wonder if this repeated mention of "young team" does not have a deeper "sinister" ( :dream: ?) meaning. It seems to me that this is beginning to sound as comparison to previous teams used by Nigeria and, perhaps, a reflection of discussions going on behind closed doors. The repeated mention is going beyond what one may ordinarily think of it. It may just be me but the repeated mention is giving me the clue that we should go beyond ordinary meanings and examine the use of those two words a bit deeper.


There's one thing everyone keeps neglecting! experience ought to have taught us that it makes sense to always leave room for alternate or connotative interpretations when dealing with people whose first language is not English. so bearing in mind that inherently the German culture doesn't necessary embellish or excuse youthfulness as a passport for irresponsibility and neither does Nigeria it is highly questionable if Rohr is banking on his father figure to try and force a new kind of compassion into our rigid compassion stingy culture. His infactuation with "young team" could be more about shielding the players than using them to shield himself.

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