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 Post subject: Chidera Ejuke watch
PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:42 am 
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This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/dutch-eredivisie/top-scorers

This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:

Ejike not Ejuke, but correct post sha :taunt:


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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i believe with our abundance of wide attacking players and lack of AM's we do need to convert some of these players.


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/dutch-eredivisie/top-scorers

This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:
1. Ejike is already on the national radar. His club refused to release him
2. Seems like if he was born in London, you would automatically de-recognise his talent.
3. As you rightly suggest, more options in the AM role is what we need but despite growing up with 'Iniesta' as his nickname, I am not sure he is one such option.

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Damunk wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/dutch-eredivisie/top-scorers

This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:
1. Ejike is already on the national radar. His club refused to release him
2. Seems like if he was born in London, you would automatically de-recognise his talent.
3. As you rightly suggest, more options in the AM role is what we need but despite growing up with 'Iniesta' as his nickname, I am not sure he is one such option.

You are not sure because you are a coach , scout or just one no face internet poster ?

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
Damunk wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/dutch-eredivisie/top-scorers

This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:
1. Ejike is already on the national radar. His club refused to release him
2. Seems like if he was born in London, you would automatically de-recognise his talent.
3. As you rightly suggest, more options in the AM role is what we need but despite growing up with 'Iniesta' as his nickname, I am not sure he is one such option.

You are not sure because you are a coach , scout or just one no face internet poster ?
Heyssssss!
Sharrap diya.
The subtleties of the English language are lost on your informally miseducated a$$$$. :idea:

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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^ why do you turn to Voltron when it come to UK born players? Why are you so emotionally invested in such ? You get so defensive

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
^ why do you turn to Voltron when it come to UK born players? Why are you so emotionally invested in such ? You get so defensive

It's trully sad!

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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^ why do you turn to Voltron when it come to UK born players? Why are you so emotionally invested in such ? You get so defensive
Maybe because you turn to Drogon the moment a foreign born Nigerian footballer's name is called?

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/dutch-eredivisie/top-scorers

This boy certainly deserves his own thread, he's currently tied as No 9 goal scorer in the Dutch div 1 . He's a true and true Nigerian style winger that scores, passes well and has the potential to be a real class player. No he wasn't born in London and never played for QPR or Twiggenham but this boy is doing it on the grass green every week.

Imho, i think he's a prime candidate to be converted into AM in the future. Imagine Chidera, Osihmen, chukwueze and Iwobi running at a defence on the counter, Na yawa be dat.

Lets give it up to our very own Chidera Ejuke . We don't even have to beg him to play for us. We stacked yo! :thumb:

You're a proper cvnt :tic: you want us to give ut up for him 'cos it's you making a play for him. If it had ben someone else, you'd label the boy as "useless"

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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He looks like a very promising player. Has an eye for goal and is a good dribbler. He does look more like a winger than an AM. He has played one or two games in the AM position for his club this season, but has looked more natural on the wings.

Not sure if he will make a good AM. Since we have so few AMs we will probabaly have to convert a wide forward or CM. Even Eze and Ejaria who have been touted as AM options, don't play that position every week for their clubs.


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Chidera Ejike's 2 goal performance over this weekend


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 Post subject: Re: Cyril Dessers watch
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Posting Cyril's hattrick also this weekend. He seems to have hit a rich vein of form for his club.
One to keep an eye on as an option upfront (vs. the poor Onuachu)


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 Post subject: Re: Cyril Dessers watch
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Otitokoro wrote:
Posting Cyril's hattrick also this weekend. He seems to have hit a rich vein of form for his club.
One to keep an eye on as an option upfront (vs. the poor Onuachu)


Who is Cyril? Fifa should pass a law that if you've never been to a country you can't play for that country. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Cyriel dessers is a name that's never mentioned here or in any Nigerian sports media... but I just found out the lad is currently topping the goal chart in the Dutch league right now... and was even more surprised to learn he's of Nigerian heritage.


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Tobi17 wrote:
Cyriel dessers is a name that's never mentioned here or in any Nigerian sports media... but I just found out the lad is currently topping the goal chart in the Dutch league right now... and was even more surprised to learn he's of Nigerian heritage.
He has actually been mentioned here a good number of times.
I might be wrong but he's another one of those players that haven't quite made up their minds on where they wanna go, though it is alleged that at one point he has said he'd like to play for Naija....

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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Tobi17 wrote:
Cyriel dessers is a name that's never mentioned here or in any Nigerian sports media... but I just found out the lad is currently topping the goal chart in the Dutch league right now... and was even more surprised to learn he's of Nigerian heritage.


He wwas mentioned heavily here by me. in the last 2 seasons at Utrecht, he started well but by midseason was back on bench.

This season he seems to be doing very well. Very strong player too.

he's mum is Nigeria and Dad Belgian.

He;s commited his future to the SE but if Belgium comes calling, he would dump SE instantly.

I have a Belgian Dad but my heart is with Eagles

https://punchng.com/i-have-a-belgian-da ... s-dessers/


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke watch
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chief nfachairman wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Cyriel dessers is a name that's never mentioned here or in any Nigerian sports media... but I just found out the lad is currently topping the goal chart in the Dutch league right now... and was even more surprised to learn he's of Nigerian heritage.


He wwas mentioned heavily here by me. in the last 2 seasons at Utrecht, he started well but by midseason was back on bench.

This season he seems to be doing very well. Very strong player too.

he's mum is Nigeria and Dad Belgian.

He;s commited his future to the SE but if Belgium comes calling, he would dump SE instantly.

I have a Belgian Dad but my heart is with Eagles

https://punchng.com/i-have-a-belgian-da ... s-dessers/
:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Thanks for this, Chairman.

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 Post subject: Re: Cyril Dessers watch
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Otitokoro wrote:
Posting Cyril's hattrick also this weekend. He seems to have hit a rich vein of form for his club.
One to keep an eye on as an option upfront (vs. the poor Onuachu)


Who is Cyril? Fifa should pass a law that if you've never been to a country you can't play for that country. :roll:


His real name is Cyril Ajasa


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 Post subject: Re: Cyril Dessers watch
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chief nfachairman wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Otitokoro wrote:
Posting Cyril's hattrick also this weekend. He seems to have hit a rich vein of form for his club.
One to keep an eye on as an option upfront (vs. the poor Onuachu)


Who is Cyril? Fifa should pass a law that if you've never been to a country you can't play for that country. :roll:


His real name is Cyril Ajasa


Real name or do you mean full name?

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