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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 7:24 pm 
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Oh Jesu Kristi let this be true, way better move than going to Turkey.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 8:37 pm 
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Ifa has approved this transaction :thumb:

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 9:18 pm 
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If you controlled Newcastle, would you buy Iheanacho?

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 9:52 pm 
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Speculation, good move if it comes to fruition.

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deanotito wrote:
If you controlled Newcastle, would you buy Iheanacho?

:shock:


Loan...

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Turkey or belgium would have been better, but its hard to give up good England life


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deanotito wrote:
If you controlled Newcastle, would you buy Iheanacho?

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Yes, I would.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 8:46 am 
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ANC wrote:
Turkey or belgium would have been better, but its hard to give up good England life


At times in life a man needs to take a step down to take a couple of steps forward. Ultimately the decision should be based on what is beneficial to his career. A case in point is Osimhen. Germany to Belgium to France

Nacho is done at Leicester. When a team wins 9-0 without you, you become less relevant the morning after. He needs to forget about his pay cheque for now and jump start his career. He has age on his side.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 9:46 am 
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I think this would be a good move for both parties. A loan deal in January would make sense.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 11:31 am 
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Mr Shows wrote:
ANC wrote:
Turkey or belgium would have been better, but its hard to give up good England life


At times in life a man needs to take a step down to take a couple of steps forward. Ultimately the decision should be based on what is beneficial to his career. A case in point is Osimhen. Germany to Belgium to France

Nacho is done at Leicester. When a team wins 9-0 without you, you become less relevant the morning after. He needs to forget about his pay cheque for now and jump start his career. He has age on his side.

Traditionally, Newcastle are a bigger club than Leicester.

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Dammy wrote:
Speculation, good move if it comes to fruition.

Rubbish move.

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Newcastle said to be the latest club looking to snap up Iheanacho during the January transfer window - See more at: https://bit.ly/32TkO1q



Newcastle desperately need a goalscorer to avoid relegation and Kelechi desperately needs a club to avoid fading into obscurity. It looks like they could help each other but alas, will this boy rediscover that goalscoring form if he moves to Newcastle?

He is actually a good goalscorer. His problem is his heavy first touch, which he desperately needs to work on. Those of you remember the 1984 African Cup of Nations will remember how heavy Rashidi Yekini's first tough was but 10 years later in 1994, his close control was exquisite.

For me, Kelechi needs to spend at least two hours a day working on his first touch. If he can resolve that and refine that his agricultural control, he may just revive his flagging career.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Ifa has approved this transaction :thumb:


You do know Ifa is a religion, not a deity :?: :!:


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Damn, this is bad, imagine if you were Joelington or any of the other fowards. Publicly saying they have no strikers.


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Damn, this is bad, imagine if you were Joelington or any of the other fowards. Publicly saying they have no strikers.



Uselessness hurts! :thumb:

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Though he’d be better off going to Spain, the general destination of Nigerian players facing this predicament is Turkey...and my prediction is that that is where he’s going in Jan

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Newcastle will be crazy to waste $10.99 on such a useless player

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Cally wrote:
deanotito wrote:
If you controlled Newcastle, would you buy Iheanacho?

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Yes, I would.


Newcastle is likely facing a relegation dog fight...and your choice would be a very likely under-confident striker whose prior success in the premier league is increasingly looking like a fluke?

I like Kele too, believe he has (or had) an excellent eye for goal, but this is quite the gamble for Newcastle.

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Oh Jesu Kristi let this be true, way better move than going to Turkey.

Yeah, but the way Newcastle FC is going, they might be relegated to a lower (Championship) league

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Odas wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Oh Jesu Kristi let this be true, way better move than going to Turkey.

Yeah, but the way Newcastle FC is going, they might be relegated to a lower (Championship) league


That's Nacho's level

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Rawlings wrote:
Odas wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Oh Jesu Kristi let this be true, way better move than going to Turkey.

Yeah, but the way Newcastle FC is going, they might be relegated to a lower (Championship) league


That's Nacho's level

Reverend, why so, or rather what makes you think so?

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Newcastle said to be the latest club looking to snap up Iheanacho during the January transfer window - See more at: https://bit.ly/32TkO1q

Newcastle desperately need a goalscorer to avoid relegation and Kelechi desperately needs a club to avoid fading into obscurity. It looks like they could help each other but alas, will this boy rediscover that goalscoring form if he moves to Newcastle?

He is actually a good goalscorer. His problem is his heavy first touch, which he desperately needs to work on. Those of you remember the 1984 African Cup of Nations will remember how heavy Rashidi Yekini's first tough was but 10 years later in 1994, his close control was exquisite.

For me, Kelechi needs to spend at least two hours a day working on his first touch. If he can resolve that and refine that his agricultural control, he may just revive his flagging career.

Ayo, please what is 'agricultural control?' I've never heard of such before.

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