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 Post subject: Nwakwali the next Osundu
PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:54 pm 
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This is the most overrated and hyped player ever...had done nothing in football..takes more IG pictures than Kim K...how the heck is this guy starting and at the same time captain

He failed to qualify for the u20 worldcup and u23 is in the balance right now...he is done ..at 21 or 22 and not a real season at the highest level..

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 3:13 pm 
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No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:29 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:41 pm 
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danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:02 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
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Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.



He played in 1985 and 1987 too? A quick search stated that he was in Canada 87.
Do you have any evidence that he was invited to Green Eagles in 1981; six years before Canada 87?


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ANC wrote:
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danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.



He played in 1985 and 1987 too? A quick search stated that he was in Canada 87.
Do you have any evidence that he was invited to Green Eagles in 1981; six years before Canada 87?


:lol: :lol: I was old enough to remember. Ask your other egbons on CE. Or our in-house encyclopedia Enugu II

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:07 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.


I am confused. Are you saying that Osondu was NEVER a young boy? So he was born from his mother's womb in his 70s?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:44 pm 
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danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.


I am confused. Are you saying that Osondu was NEVER a young boy? So he was born from his mother's womb in his 70s?


Its always good to read all posts before responding. See why Bigpork was comparing Nwakali and Osondu.

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This is the most overrated and hyped player ever...had done nothing in football..takes more IG pictures than Kim K...how the heck is this guy starting and at the same time captain

He failed to qualify for the u20 worldcup and u23 is in the balance right now...he is done ..at 21 or 22 and not a real season at the highest level..

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:51 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.


I am confused. Are you saying that Osondu was NEVER a young boy? So he was born from his mother's womb in his 70s?


Its always good to read all posts before responding. See why Bigpork was comparing Nwakali and Osondu.

Bigpokey24 wrote:
This is the most overrated and hyped player ever...had done nothing in football..takes more IG pictures than Kim K...how the heck is this guy starting and at the same time captain

He failed to qualify for the u20 worldcup and u23 is in the balance right now...he is done ..at 21 or 22 and not a real season at the highest level..


I wasnt responding to Bigpokey. I was responding to you.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:59 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
ANC wrote:
Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.



He played in 1985 and 1987 too? A quick search stated that he was in Canada 87.
Do you have any evidence that he was invited to Green Eagles in 1981; six years before Canada 87?


:lol: :lol: I was old enough to remember. Ask your other egbons on CE. Or our in-house encyclopedia Enugu II




So why are you posting something which you do not know to be factually correct? Fact: He did not play in 1985, he played Canada 87 U-17. I doubt he was invited or old enough in 1981. If he was that good, to be invited in 81 for the senior team, i am sure he would have been overripe for the Junior team in 1983 and 1985 or was he invited also but did not make those teams?


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Propaganda Lolly.


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ANC wrote:
Lolly wrote:
ANC wrote:
Lolly wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Lolly wrote:
No comparison. Nwakali is a young boy who just needs to find a club where he can get regular playing time.


Read what you wrote and replace the name "Nwakali" with "Osondu" and tell me it doesnt make sense. Wasnt Osondu also once a yong boy? Wasnt Osondu also once in a position were he needed to find a club where he can get regular playing time?


Osondu was invited to the Green Eagles in 1981 and then proceeded to play under-16 in 1985. I rest my case.



He played in 1985 and 1987 too? A quick search stated that he was in Canada 87.
Do you have any evidence that he was invited to Green Eagles in 1981; six years before Canada 87?


:lol: :lol: I was old enough to remember. Ask your other egbons on CE. Or our in-house encyclopedia Enugu II




So why are you posting something which you do not know to be factually correct? Fact: He did not play in 1985, he played Canada 87 U-17. I doubt he was invited or old enough in 1981. If he was that good, to be invited in 81 for the senior team, i am sure he would have been overripe for the Junior team in 1983 and 1985 or was invited also but did not make those teams?


It won't make any difference if you believe me or not. Osondu was invited to the SE in 1981. FACT! Do some small research. You will come across the nickname "Zanza". :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:18 pm 
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Propaganda Lolly.


How old are you? Already losing your memory? Remember the discussion below? :lol: :lol:

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tne names what do they say to mean to you.


Chief if you are looking for Enyimba products, you have not even started scratching the surface. Even before men like Emenalo Enyimba was already turning out serious ballers.

I remember when as kids we used to go watch Osondu (zanza) play and when he was done with the opposing team we would sing "Zanza is a captain, onye ishi game"!! :lol:



When u were a kid? :rotf: Dude tell the truth Osondu was your classmate. That generation really had good players.


Bia, do you know how old Zanza is? Okay I was already a young lad but not nearly as old as Zanza. :)

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smh


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Ok he is older than Dr Adesabi according to Adesabi. Do you know how old Adesabi was?


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Ok he is older than Dr Adesabi according to Adesabi. Do you know how old Adesabi was?


Bros, leave matter. You already know the truth. Now you understand my response to Bigpork's post. :biggrin:

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Propaganda Lolly.


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Propaganda Lolly.


Ok, you if you insist.

Ojemba (later known as Dr Adesabi) was a kid during the Biafra war (1967-1970). Do your sums. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:40 pm 
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Propaganda Lolly.


Ok, you if you insist.

Ojemba (later known as Dr Adesabi) was a kid during the Biafra war (1967-1970). Do your sums. :lol:


So you agree that even an aged Ojemba was once a young kid? :D

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Propaganda Lolly.


Ok, you if you insist.

Ojemba (later known as Dr Adesabi) was a kid during the Biafra war (1967-1970). Do your sums. :lol:


So you agree that even an aged Ojemba was once a young kid? :D


Yea but he wasn't "done" at 21 or 22? You gerrit? :roll:

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Lolly wrote:
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Ok he is older than Dr Adesabi according to Adesabi. Do you know how old Adesabi was?


Bros, leave matter. You already know the truth. Now you understand my response to Bigpork's post. :biggrin:



It makes no sense. Invited to senior team in 1981 but did not make it. Invited from which club, that should be easy to find out no? Nigeria probably played in 1983 and 1985 u-20 WC, but he was not invited nor played in those tournaments, but wait he was not invited to 1985 U-17 WC either but gets invited and plays in Canada 87 U-17 WC?.

Yes it makes a lot of sense, Nigeria plays him in U-17 tournament 6 years after inviting him to the señor team. Is record keeping that poor in Nigeria?


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Lolly wrote:
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Propaganda Lolly.


Ok, you if you insist.

Ojemba (later known as Dr Adesabi) was a kid during the Biafra war (1967-1970). Do your sums. :lol:




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