Ndidi v Iwobi

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Really happy for Kelechi.. Many games coming up in the next 4 weeks. This was a confidence boosting performance! While we are it wow for Ndidi. Another great display and the surge to set up Kele’s assist, just awesome
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bushboy wrote:It is time for us to tell the truth about Iwobi. The boy is never, ever going to be a top level footballer. He is too damn lazy!! The most annoying player ever to watch! He has the talent, but his workrate is absolutely terrible!!
Go tell yourself the truth...that your opinion is irrelevant to Iwobi and his career. A young man that's been playing top level footy for club and country for years is not going to be a top level player? Sorry, you're late to the party. The Iwobi ship has sailed and is cruising whether you admit it or not.
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All 3 Nigerians balked today big time..Iwobi had a hand in Everton's goal similar to Ndidi....then Kele did all the rest.top 3 players in today's games were all Nigerians, Now that's a record
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I never gave up on Nacho and I'm happy he's answering his critics. He's scored in every game he has played this season and I hope he revives his career. His combination with Osimhen will be lethal!
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Dammy wrote:I never gave up on Nacho and I'm happy he's answering his critics. He's scored in every game he has played this season and I hope he revives his career. His combination with Osimhen will be lethal!
But that UK nollywood doctor also known as a fence sitter and the leader of the Rohrbots said otherwise
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Scipio Africanus wrote:
deanotito wrote:
Scipio Africanus wrote:Let me just get this off my mind. I hate Jamie Vardy. It is rare you see a player who mixes selfishness with stupidity :curse:

Kele gives him a beautiful pass. All he had to do was give a simple return pass to Kele and that would have been 3-1 to Leicester, and Kele's second. Instead the fooooool miscontrols in the box and the chance is gone. FT

I’ve seen Vardy not pass to Kelechi many times over the years. And I think it’s deliberate. It’s perfectly logical if you consider it cynically
The coach must be aware of this too. He should blast Vardy's ears off. Selfish rodent!! :curse:
Yes, but what is the coach to do? Vardy is more reliable than Kelechi, and in my opinion, they compete for the same position. Vardy generally did Leicester a favor by staying, and best believe, nobody there wants to upset him.
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The spirit in the Leicester dressing room is incredible! :clap: :clap: That is championship winning mentality right there. For their sake, Liverpool better not slip up o! :idea:


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charlie wrote:Silva doesn't deserve the sack. This was a tough game to get a result from and his tactics where on. I think Everton just had too many changes in key positions this year. If he keeps his job, I expect Everton to do much much better next year.
Silva mishandled the game down the stretch and it cost him. Even his starting lineup was unbalanced to say the least. Clearly he's a man coaching without confidence and it shows.

Meanwhile, well done Kelechi. Hard work from the training ground is paying off. He looked fitter and more decisive with all his touches. I expect Rodgers to reward him with an increased role as we enter this congested fixture month of December. :thumb:
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