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Author:  Otitokoro [ Tue Nov 26, 2019 8:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Rohr on good football and 3-5-2 formation

Neither - will take a pass on both.
Our brand of football has since evolved and is more exciting to watch with both out of the picture.
Besides, its time for others to mature into the role, as we have several up and coming candidates.
Time to move on.
Dammy wrote:
If we had a choice of either Victor Moses or Odion Ighalo being recalled to the SE, which one would CEs prefer?

Author:  niyi [ Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Rohr on good football and 3-5-2 formation

When I suggested Iheanacho a couple of weeks ago, I was shouted down by Damunk. The truth is that as far as this season is concerned, Iheanacho not playing was never a football-based decision. He's scored in every cup game he's played and did very well in preseason.

Last season, when he missed the chance against Man City, many posters here suggested it was a deliberate miss. I wonder if that had anything to do with him being left out in the cold.

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Rohr on good football and 3-5-2 formation

chief nfachairman wrote:
olumide wrote:
chief nfachairman wrote:
olumide wrote:
Cito wrote:
Damunk wrote:
niyi wrote:
Hmm. I want a 3-5-2 with Osimhen and Iheanacho
Why him?
Why not Isaac Success?
Or Awoniyi?
Or Sadiq?
Or Onyekuru?

Just curious.

There are so many players that should be ahead of Iheanacho at the moment its crazy to even mention his name. :mrgreen:

I think a confident, fit version of Iheanacho would be a perfect foil to Osimhen, but he has to earn the call-up first. It's there for him. The players you listed are all underachieving or MIA as well and the likes of Onuachu, etc. are just functional players at the top level, nothing more really.


Onuachu scored this weekend.

Oh, and has been playing in the champions League this season.

Good, I am happy for him, but a 25 year old scoring a few goals against Mouscron and Oostende is not overly impressive to me, nor is losing matches in the CL. He has some attributes that can be useful for SE and to a lot of smaller clubs, so he has the potential to stick around for a good while, but I'm not particularly interested in him as a top player.


Anyway, it's better to be functional in the top level like Onuachu, than "disfunctional" in the same top level

Onuachi has been crap and is a bench warmer..who saw his midweek miss in the champs league? Your agent is beneath kelechi when it comes to football, be it top games , champs league, worldcup etc...the funny part onuachi is way older than kele

Author:  Damunk [ Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Rohr on good football and 3-5-2 formation

niyi wrote:
When I suggested Iheanacho a couple of weeks ago, I was shouted down by Damunk. The truth is that as far as this season is concerned, Iheanacho not playing was never a football-based decision. He's scored in every cup game he's played and did very well in preseason.
Why do some of you need to fabricate big-big lies to push your point?
It shows your fragility if you see a difference of opinion or even just questioning your opinion as "shouting you down".
:roll: :roll: :roll:

Damunk wrote:
niyi wrote:
Hmm. I want a 3-5-2 with Osimhen and Iheanacho
Why him?
Why not Isaac Success?
Or Awoniyi?
Or Sadiq?
Or Onyekuru?

Just curious.
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CE never forgets. :idea:

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