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Re: Who else loved Osimehn FIGHTING spirit

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:26 pm
by Cally
Damunk wrote:
Cally wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
ANC wrote:Moses Simon remains minus 1
Simon came off the pines cold but he's still one of our best 2 way player on the wing. He's a starter and the main creativeness force for Nantes. I think that says more about him than the 15mins he played today.
For someone that calls players useless to be defending that Simon..SMH

Anyways Osimhen was very good, but I noticed one trait that irritated me - he kept throwing his hands in the air and showing clear signs of frustration whenever the ball wasn't passed to him by Samu, Iwobi, or Kalu. However, he I saw 3 or more occasions where he shot instead of passing. He should cut that air of entitlement out real fast.
Read the 2015 article on him and comments from his childhood friends and family when he first hit the U17 team.
It said the same thing.
He is really hungry for success and hopefully as he matures he'll be in better control.
He always wants to win – friends

Many of his friends testified to the fact that Osimhen is a gentle, reserved and almost an introvert, but some of them following close encounters have found out over the years that the striker usually loses his cool on the football pitch. “He is a fighter when playing football so we are not surprised to see him like that in the Nigerian team,” Orji said.

“Whenever we are playing kick-about football in the community, you could incur his wrath if as a teammate you didn’t play well. He wants to win every game, he can shout at you, abuse you if you stop him from winning.” “He is a tough opponent as well as sometimes a difficult teammate.
He wants you to give as much as he is giving to the team and if you fall short of that, he can pick up quarrel, that is the time you will see him in bad mood,”

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Thanks for providing that background.

I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:35 pm
by Bigpokey24
He looked as deadly as he was during the u17s...my goodness, I have zero problems with his harassing and shouting at his teammates plus yeye refs.... .we've had too many soft players and all this gentleman like footballers, that's how we were punked out of the world cup in 2014.. I expect the NFF etc to encourage our new and explosive number 9..VICTOR OSIIMHEN a real Super Eagle
I enjoyed his vexing and focus, Chuks is lucky Vic didn't get too vex with his selfish play

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:56 pm
by danfo driver
:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

It was a joy to watch. If we had proper tactics, he'd have destroyed Ukraine yesterday. What a striker! :clap: :clap:

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:00 pm
by Chief Ogbunigwe
danfo driver wrote::clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

It was a joy to watch. If we had proper tactics, he'd have destroyed Ukraine yesterday. What a striker! :clap: :clap:

wasn't he considered too rude and falling at every touch just 2+ months ago during the ANC?

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:00 pm
by Bigpokey24
we have a very bad and tactically naive manager, however our FA is so stuck on him. So many top quality players suffering from such incompetence

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:00 pm
by Bigpokey24
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
danfo driver wrote::clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

It was a joy to watch. If we had proper tactics, he'd have destroyed Ukraine yesterday. What a striker! :clap: :clap:

wasn't he considered too rude and falling at every touch just 2+ months ago during the ANC?
yeap, the useless manager we have said he was lazy in training along with Onyekuru

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:03 pm
by Bigpokey24
the most troubling part, is that rohr plays defensive football, but the SE keeps letting in an average of 2 goals every match :lol: :lol: wow, something just aint right .... let this man go...

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:05 pm
by danfo driver
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
danfo driver wrote::clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

It was a joy to watch. If we had proper tactics, he'd have destroyed Ukraine yesterday. What a striker! :clap: :clap:

wasn't he considered too rude and falling at every touch just 2+ months ago during the ANC?
na so we see am o!

Akpeyi and the other one who looks like an Onitsha spare-parts dealer wey sabi greet well well, go to airport to pick the coaches up and help coach wife carry plantain from market were seen as courteous.

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:06 pm
by danfo driver
Bigpokey24 wrote:the most troubling part, is that rohr plays defensive football, but the SE keeps letting in and average of 2 goals every match :lol: :lol: wow, something just aint right .... let this man go...
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Thats actually the funniest part. Dude spends 90 minutes putting 11 players behind the ball and yet the team gets carved open every attack! What is the point???!!! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Seriously?! :rotf:

Re: Who else loved Osimehn FIGHTING spirit

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:20 pm
by danfo driver
Odiegwu! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

My kind of player! cheii! This is the kind of person you take to "war" and you know "we all die here, today!" :lol: :clap: :clap:

Damunk wrote:
Cally wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
ANC wrote:Moses Simon remains minus 1
Simon came off the pines cold but he's still one of our best 2 way player on the wing. He's a starter and the main creativeness force for Nantes. I think that says more about him than the 15mins he played today.
For someone that calls players useless to be defending that Simon..SMH

Anyways Osimhen was very good, but I noticed one trait that irritated me - he kept throwing his hands in the air and showing clear signs of frustration whenever the ball wasn't passed to him by Samu, Iwobi, or Kalu. However, he I saw 3 or more occasions where he shot instead of passing. He should cut that air of entitlement out real fast.
Read the 2015 article on him and comments from his childhood friends and family when he first hit the U17 team.
It said the same thing.
He is really hungry for success and hopefully as he matures he'll be in better control.
He always wants to win – friends

Many of his friends testified to the fact that Osimhen is a gentle, reserved and almost an introvert, but some of them following close encounters have found out over the years that the striker usually loses his cool on the football pitch. “He is a fighter when playing football so we are not surprised to see him like that in the Nigerian team,” Orji said.

“Whenever we are playing kick-about football in the community, you could incur his wrath if as a teammate you didn’t play well. He wants to win every game, he can shout at you, abuse you if you stop him from winning.” “He is a tough opponent as well as sometimes a difficult teammate.
He wants you to give as much as he is giving to the team and if you fall short of that, he can pick up quarrel, that is the time you will see him in bad mood,”

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Re: Who else loved Osimehn FIGHTING spirit

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:22 pm
by Chief Ogbunigwe
Dan Amokachi :clap: :clap: :clap: famously subbed himself into a game and scored the winning goal :woot: :woot: :woot:
danfo driver wrote:Odiegwu! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

My kind of player! cheii! This is the kind of person you take to "war" and you know "we all die here, today!" :lol: :clap: :clap:

Damunk wrote:
Cally wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
ANC wrote:Moses Simon remains minus 1
Simon came off the pines cold but he's still one of our best 2 way player on the wing. He's a starter and the main creativeness force for Nantes. I think that says more about him than the 15mins he played today.
For someone that calls players useless to be defending that Simon..SMH

Anyways Osimhen was very good, but I noticed one trait that irritated me - he kept throwing his hands in the air and showing clear signs of frustration whenever the ball wasn't passed to him by Samu, Iwobi, or Kalu. However, he I saw 3 or more occasions where he shot instead of passing. He should cut that air of entitlement out real fast.
Read the 2015 article on him and comments from his childhood friends and family when he first hit the U17 team.
It said the same thing.
He is really hungry for success and hopefully as he matures he'll be in better control.
He always wants to win – friends

Many of his friends testified to the fact that Osimhen is a gentle, reserved and almost an introvert, but some of them following close encounters have found out over the years that the striker usually loses his cool on the football pitch. “He is a fighter when playing football so we are not surprised to see him like that in the Nigerian team,” Orji said.

“Whenever we are playing kick-about football in the community, you could incur his wrath if as a teammate you didn’t play well. He wants to win every game, he can shout at you, abuse you if you stop him from winning.” “He is a tough opponent as well as sometimes a difficult teammate.
He wants you to give as much as he is giving to the team and if you fall short of that, he can pick up quarrel, that is the time you will see him in bad mood,”

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Re: Who else loved Osimehn FIGHTING spirit

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:35 pm
by maceo4
Cally wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Cally wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
ANC wrote:Moses Simon remains minus 1
Simon came off the pines cold but he's still one of our best 2 way player on the wing. He's a starter and the main creativeness force for Nantes. I think that says more about him than the 15mins he played today.
For someone that calls players useless to be defending that Simon..SMH

Anyways Osimhen was very good, but I noticed one trait that irritated me - he kept throwing his hands in the air and showing clear signs of frustration whenever the ball wasn't passed to him by Samu, Iwobi, or Kalu. However, he I saw 3 or more occasions where he shot instead of passing. He should cut that air of entitlement out real fast.
Read the 2015 article on him and comments from his childhood friends and family when he first hit the U17 team.
It said the same thing.
He is really hungry for success and hopefully as he matures he'll be in better control.
He always wants to win – friends

Many of his friends testified to the fact that Osimhen is a gentle, reserved and almost an introvert, but some of them following close encounters have found out over the years that the striker usually loses his cool on the football pitch. “He is a fighter when playing football so we are not surprised to see him like that in the Nigerian team,” Orji said.

“Whenever we are playing kick-about football in the community, you could incur his wrath if as a teammate you didn’t play well. He wants to win every game, he can shout at you, abuse you if you stop him from winning.” “He is a tough opponent as well as sometimes a difficult teammate.
He wants you to give as much as he is giving to the team and if you fall short of that, he can pick up quarrel, that is the time you will see him in bad mood,”

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=266562&start=0
Thanks for providing that background.
Thats cool and all, but it needs to be channeled constructively as he risked getting red carded the way he was going at the ref. How he talks to his teammates is only between them, and as long as they don't have a problem with it then its fine. But you can't be hot-headed towards the ref, it will land you in big trouble at some point.

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:35 am
by ANC
Bigpokey24 wrote:the most troubling part, is that rohr plays defensive football, but the SE keeps letting in an average of 2 goals every match :lol: :lol: wow, something just aint right .... let this man go...

Perhaps he is not. Good fit for the Super Eagles

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 8:41 am
by Damunk
ANC wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the most troubling part, is that rohr plays defensive football, but the SE keeps letting in an average of 2 goals every match :lol: :lol: wow, something just aint right .... let this man go...

Perhaps he is not. Good fit for the Super Eagles
No mine am.
I don't recall Rohr ever calling himself a defensive coach.

People want an attacking team, playing "the Nigerian style".
What is never mentioned is that this 'Nigerian style' was notorious for its defensive frailties, even naivity. There was a reason why for decades we were described as "naive". Annoying as the label was, our players continued to play their part in confirming it.

It is what painfully lost us crucial World Cup games v Italy, Argentina, England, Paraguay and shame of all shames, Denmark back in the so-called 'Golden Era'.

Now we have the attacking flair coming back as demanded, we suddenly realize that our defence is suspect.
Before nko?
When was that never the case?
So where did the 'defensive' coach' come from and what does it even mean?

Re: Who else loved Osimehn FIGHTING spirit

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:17 pm
by Bigpokey24
the mod that merged this thread, your head no dey house

Re: I welcome Osimhen's aggressive football

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:23 pm
by Bigpokey24
Damunk wrote:
ANC wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the most troubling part, is that rohr plays defensive football, but the SE keeps letting in an average of 2 goals every match :lol: :lol: wow, something just aint right .... let this man go...

Perhaps he is not. Good fit for the Super Eagles
No mine am.
I don't recall Rohr ever calling himself a defensive coach.

People want an attacking team, playing "the Nigerian style".
What is never mentioned is that this 'Nigerian style' was notorious for its defensive frailties, even naivity. There was a reason why for decades we were described as "naive". Annoying as the label was, our players continued to play their part in confirming it.

It is what painfully lost us crucial World Cup games v Italy, Argentina, England, Paraguay and shame of all shames, Denmark back in the so-called 'Golden Era'.

Now we have the attacking flair coming back as demanded, we suddenly realize that our defence is suspect.
Before nko?
When was that never the case?
So where did the 'defensive' coach' come from and what does it even mean?
oh my, spoken like a true rohrbot.... how can someone have nothing inside dem pari? my goodness are you slow or what? you just listed some trash games , with WOWOs as the managers...you do know that just indicates WOWOs have no clue on how to set up a defense?

Keshi took us to WC 2014 , we let in 5 goals in 4 games.. Fetus took us to WC2002 we let in 3 goals in 3 games, bottom line , a Nigerian coach sets up our defense way way better than any FC...FACT not feelings..let me help you some more
Clemens 4 games and we let in 4. Bora , 4 games and we let in 9 goals... lagabeer 3 games 5 goals, and **** had 3 games and let in 4 , now you are very well aware the bobo set a world record when it comes to AFCON in our history as the worst defense since 1976, letting in 7 freaking goals in AFCON?. . so do not come here with that BS you rohrbot