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I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.

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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Keep boasting about drinking, nah your liver you dey punish...smh ..your mates are doing big thangs, you are on the internet glorifying shayos....smh..misplaced priorities

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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!

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1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: the guy is a drunk.... never ever take him seriously, his eyes are like those of a drunkard

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 Post subject: Re: Charles Okonkwo
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1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!


And lying. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Charles Okonkwo
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And lying. :lol:

After serving as a Buhari Media Centre propagandist for so long, you no longer know reality from fiction.

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1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!

The people to worry about are those that don't admit to drinking, but hide a whiskey (JW Black Label) flask in their pocket. :taunt:

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 Post subject: Re: Charles Okonkwo
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Dammy wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.


I doubt it too but Muda Lawal had almost 90 caps in 10 years during a period when we played less internationals. So Charles might be right.

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 Post subject: Re: Charles Okonkwo
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cic old boy wrote:
1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!

The people to worry about are those that don't admit to drinking, but hide a whiskey (JW Black Label) flask in their pocket. :taunt:

so you do have a drinking problem?

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 Post subject: Re: Charles Okonkwo
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Lolly wrote:
Dammy wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles and the l charate Sam Okwaraji.

Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.


I doubt it too but Muda Lawal had almost 90 caps in 10 years during a period when we played less internationals. So Charles might be right.

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Muda was the first African player to play in 5 successive AFCONs, so his tally is probably true.

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1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!



amazing how many people don't realize 'drinking' is a problem

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Bigpokey24 wrote:
so you do have a drinking problem?

I have a problem with retards.

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cic old boy wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
so you do have a drinking problem?

I have a problem with retards.

real talk cut down on it, I know someone who had issues with this ..i am not saying don't drink, but your eyes shows you do drink a lot.... don't let the bottle control your life

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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles and the l charate Sam Okwaraji.

Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.



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real talk cut down on it, I know someone who had issues with this ..i am not saying don't drink, but your eyes shows you do drink a lot.... don't let the bottle control your life

Fat Gay Piggy, stop looking into my eyes. I don't do guys!!

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cic old boy wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
real talk cut down on it, I know someone who had issues with this ..i am not saying don't drink, but your eyes shows you do drink a lot.... don't let the bottle control your life

Fat Gay Piggy, stop looking into my eyes. I don't do guys!!

me neither i, love black women.... a guy i worked with died from liver failure due to drinking.... stay away from staring down at the bottle

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Sir V wrote:
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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles and the l charate Sam Okwaraji.

Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.



Friendlies counts my bro.

Not the ones against clubsides bro.

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cic old boy wrote:
1naija wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!

The people to worry about are those that don't admit to drinking, but hide a whiskey (JW Black Label) flask in their pocket. :taunt:


CIC old Wino! Lol
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cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday.

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Consistent theme! One constant in all your posts .....Hmmmm!



amazing how many people don't realize 'drinking' is a problem


:rotf: :rotf: Are you suggesting CIC old Whino is in denial?

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Can we please update the names Registry? Grand Master Slash, 1naija , has just released a blockbuster on this thread.


CIC old Wino. :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Sir V wrote:
Dammy wrote:
cic old boy wrote:
I was drinking with Rangers legend and striker Charles Okonkwo and some old CIC friends in Chingford on Sunday. I knew he played for Nigeria but wasn't aware he ended up with 33 caps from the mid 80s to the 90s. He said it would have been double in this day and age with more international games played.

He was full of gist of about his time at Rangers and we yabbed him mercilessly for going to Nike Grammar School. He said they used to see CIC as for "ajebutters" and children of rich men.

I was shocked to find out that his teammate for Nigeria and Rangers, who also played for Abiola Babes, Louis "Commander" Igwilo, is now a "dibia" (native doctor) in his village of Oghe, Enugu State. Charles said Commander was known to be involved in juju as a player.

He now lives in Hemel Hempstead and said his son plays for Stevenage FC. I presume their youth team.

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Charles and the l charate Sam Okwaraji.

Charles Okonkwo never played 33 full international matches for Nigeria except he's counting friendlies against club sides and training matches. He was never a regular in the national team and was not in any tournament squad.



Friendlies counts my bro.


Sir V,

Charles Okonkwo never played 10 internationals (friendlies and competitive games) for Nigeria let alone 33 internationals. Or maybe he is counting games in which he dressed but was not used. This reminds me when Rufai, in a magazine, claimed that he played well over 80 internationals for Nigeria. Those guys are merely guessing and have no records to back up those claims. Records of all these games are available for those who really seek to check on these things. As Dammy mentioned, he may be counting exhibition games against clubsides. As you are aware, those exhibitions do not count.

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