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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 11:42 pm 
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I thought Amoo was the star player why didnt he start?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 1:13 am 
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Masturbatory dribbles. They need to be more direct

Abegi, it's self-indulgent, not the crude expression you just used.

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I step away for 5 minutes and they scored two! Now a third wow!

Because your negative comments and energy was reaching them through your device

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 2:02 am 
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Any video highlights anywhere?

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 2:10 am 
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... Decent first game.

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6:58 What a move by Amoo! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 5:44 am 
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I just watched the whole game.

The good news is this is a decent team. its great that they found their rhythm and style with the introduction of Amoo in the 2nd half. He changed the game completely and turned our team into a credible threat at every touch. I am glad we came back and won decisively. I watched Ecuador and Australia...I think our boys will breeze through the rest of this group. The real work will be after the first round. That's when we starting meeting real contenders. It should be a good tournament for us.


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I just watched the whole game.

The good news is this is a decent team. its great that they found their rhythm and style with the introduction of Amoo in the 2nd half. He changed the game completely and turned our team into a credible threat at every touch. I am glad we came back and won decisively. I watched Ecuador and Australia...I think our boys will breeze through the rest of this group. The real work will be after the first round. That's when we starting meeting real contenders. It should be a good tournament for us.
Abeg, where you watch am?

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Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?

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Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?
Who are you asking?
Dem tell you say NFF dey here? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Anyway the U17 teams in the last few years seem to have made greater contributions to the SE than any U20 team, so you should be interested.

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Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?

You are such a contrarian. Why don’t you just celebrate the win and be done with it. This is the U17 moment of glory and not the U20. Kai!! How the hell did you become a moderator? One would think the selection committee was smarter than this!!

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Damunk wrote:
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I just watched the whole game.

The good news is this is a decent team. its great that they found their rhythm and style with the introduction of Amoo in the 2nd half. He changed the game completely and turned our team into a credible threat at every touch. I am glad we came back and won decisively. I watched Ecuador and Australia...I think our boys will breeze through the rest of this group. The real work will be after the first round. That's when we starting meeting real contenders. It should be a good tournament for us.
Abeg, where you watch am?

The whole game was shown again on FS1 (Fox sports 1)here in the states. I believe it is online too on cos sports app.

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Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?

You are such a contrarian. Why don’t you just celebrate the win and be done with it. This is the U17 moment of glory and not the U20. Kai!! How the hell did you become a moderator? One would think the selection committee was smarter than this!!


That gave me a chuckle.

I think he got it for the sole reason of, he never insults anyone despite how much insults are heaped on him. Just my opinion. But if that is the case then selection criteria is crap and needs scrapped.
That said, I don’t mind too much about Ohenhen being a moderator but the last straw will be if they make the pokey that insults everyone a moderator.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 2:06 pm 
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Every one is entitled to their opinion. My opinion is I am not really interested in the U17 world cup. The reality is the U20 level is where you find the next generation of stars. I think it is time for Nigeria to win the U20 world cup.

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Cito wrote:
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ohenhen1 wrote:
Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?

You are such a contrarian. Why don’t you just celebrate the win and be done with it. This is the U17 moment of glory and not the U20. Kai!! How the hell did you become a moderator? One would think the selection committee was smarter than this!!


That gave me a chuckle.

I think he got it for the sole reason of, he never insults anyone despite how much insults are heaped on him. Just my opinion. But if that is the case then selection criteria is crap and needs scrapped.
That said, I don’t mind too much about Ohenhen being a moderator but the last straw will be if they make the pokey that insults everyone a moderator.

Stop picking from your rear, you just cannot leave bigpokey's name out your mouth.. .learn the difference between insults and yabbis.....just maybe you can be less sensitive...kai getting all worked up because ohene nah mod, also taking comments on the internet to heart over people you've never met. Kai .....that just shows you need to work on yourself

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Damunk wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:
Good luck to the boys. I am more interested in the U20 team. We have won the U17 world cup 5 times now. It is time to win the U20 world cup. What are the NFF plans for the U20 team?
Who are you asking?
Dem tell you say NFF dey here? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Anyway the U17 teams in the last few years seem to have made greater contributions to the SE than any U20 team, so you should be interested.


NFF got their representatives on this site, that is for sure.

:D :D :D


The U17 players were already known after the U13 level, U15 level and the U17 AYC. Already knew about Amoo, Ubani and co.

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I just watched the whole game.

The good news is this is a decent team. its great that they found their rhythm and style with the introduction of Amoo in the 2nd half. He changed the game completely and turned our team into a credible threat at every touch. I am glad we came back and won decisively. I watched Ecuador and Australia...I think our boys will breeze through the rest of this group. The real work will be after the first round. That's when we starting meeting real contenders. It should be a good tournament for us.


too much empty embellishment on how amoo changed the game; NO he did not change the game. he was fresh and speedy but i tried to see how he changed the game after hearing so much nonsense on this. he was never directly or indirectly involved in any goal scored and neither did the goal come when he got it. yes he added value because he was fresh but he did not change sheait.

by the way if you have utube tv, it's in their video library

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Hmm, I’m surprised no one mentioned the jersey...

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jette1 wrote:
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I just watched the whole game.

The good news is this is a decent team. its great that they found their rhythm and style with the introduction of Amoo in the 2nd half. He changed the game completely and turned our team into a credible threat at every touch. I am glad we came back and won decisively. I watched Ecuador and Australia...I think our boys will breeze through the rest of this group. The real work will be after the first round. That's when we starting meeting real contenders. It should be a good tournament for us.

too much empty embellishment on how amoo changed the game; NO he did not change the game. he was fresh and speedy but i tried to see how he changed the game after hearing so much nonsense on this. he was never directly or indirectly involved in any goal scored and neither did the goal come when he got it. yes he added value because he was fresh but he did not change sheait.

by the way if you have utube tv, it's in their video library

Quit being a contrarian just for the sake of sounding different... :lol:

Amoo virtually changed the tenure of the game single-handedly, most crucially by knitting our moves together and thus making it much more cohesive, rather then the rushed moves that routinely ended with hopeful long-range efforts previously. Illustratively, he laid on the behind-the-defence pass to Etim that led to the corner which led to the late equalizer. Prior to his introduction, one couldn’t really recall a single pass laid behind the Hungarian defence in that desperate second-half. Instead, everything was played in front of the defence often anti-climaxing in desperate long range effort hit more in hope than expectation. Man of the Match by a country mile for me.
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