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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:52 pm 
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Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from either wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.

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Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from with wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.



Arsenal needs to bring him in. He can do what Pepe is failing to do for us. His only issue is he hasn't seen a dribble he doesn't like :wink:

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:26 pm 
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he looks like a talented winger.
The problem: he is at a BACKWATER league and the level SE is aspiring to reach, we cant use many players at BACKWATERS except we will remain Stagnant.
let him move to A bigger club in Holland or bigger league


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Baller. Straight up Naija style baling winger made of the same material as Aminike, Finidi, Odegbami and Musa. Authentic Nigerian product that will be at the highest level in a couple years. He does need to learn to use his dribbling abilities more judiciously and help the full back more but he will have this figured in a matter of months.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:15 pm 
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Wow! He must be faster than Mbappe. He needs to be invited, don't understand the delay.


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Personally I wouldn't curtail his dribbling skills.
They probably tried to clip JJ's dribbling skills when he was the same age.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:57 am 
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Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from with wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.


Uncle cally, the Dutch league is on the same level as the Turkish, Belgian, and Austrian league, all a tad bit better than the Nigerian league, and all useless. I dont rate any player dribbling in those leagues. If I were the SE coach, I would not consider any player in those leagues for the SE. I would send them to the CAN tournament instead.

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1naija wrote:
Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from with wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.


Uncle cally, the Dutch league is on the same level as the Turkish, Belgian, and Austrian league, all a tad bit better than the Nigerian league, and all useless. I dont rate any player dribbling in those leagues. If I were the SE coach, I would not consider any player in those leagues for the SE. I would send them to the CAN tournament instead.


Can we beat Turkey,Belgium or Austria? I know you're mostly employed these days but what kind of thinking is this?

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1naija wrote:
Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from with wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.


Uncle cally, the Dutch league is on the same level as the Turkish, Belgian, and Austrian league, all a tad bit better than the Nigerian league, and all useless. I dont rate any player dribbling in those leagues. If I were the SE coach, I would not consider any player in those leagues for the SE. I would send them to the CAN tournament instead.


1naija,

But the big boys of SE are the ones playing in the CAN tournament so this is exactly where you are recommending a player who you claim is playing in a weak league.

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he looks like a talented winger.
The problem: he is at a BACKWATER league and the level SE is aspiring to reach, we cant use many players at BACKWATERS except we will remain Stagnant.
let him move to A bigger club in Holland or bigger league

.... However, Semi professional league and 3rd division players are invited and fast tracked to the SE :roll: :roll:

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Wow! He must be faster than Mbappe. He needs to be invited, don't understand the delay.


at what stage should he have been invited before now. Only hearing name for first this this feb


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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Baller. Straight up Naija style baling winger made of the same material as Aminike, Finidi, Odegbami and Musa. Authentic Nigerian product that will be at the highest level in a couple years. He does need to learn to use his dribbling abilities more judiciously and help the full back more but he will have this figured in a matter of months.


Oshmen

Ejuke Nacho Simon/chukwueze


The world will have a problem with these players from a so called shithole country. Up Rohr!


so Kalu Musa Eze and Ejaira all out of your equation now ??


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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from either wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.



Arsenal needs to bring him in. He can do what Pepe is failing to do for us. His only issue is he hasn't seen a dribble he doesn't like :wink:

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Check out the dribble and goal at 5:13 in this clip. Wow! If this boy was Brazilian, he'd be on the pages of most newspapers.

He needs to find a bigger shin guard though. With the way he dribbles, he needs to protect himself better cause he looks like he's not wearing any shin guards.

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walesvilla wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Baller. Straight up Naija style baling winger made of the same material as Aminike, Finidi, Odegbami and Musa. Authentic Nigerian product that will be at the highest level in a couple years. He does need to learn to use his dribbling abilities more judiciously and help the full back more but he will have this figured in a matter of months.


Oshmen

Ejuke Nacho Simon/chukwueze


The world will have a problem with these players from a so called shithole country. Up Rohr!


so Kalu Musa Eze and Ejaira all out of your equation now ??

Im not one for CE fantasy squads but when did Eze and Ejaira become Super Eagles this is great news :clap: (sarcasm)

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He should be invited now. Particularly since Kalu and Onyekeru haven't played consistently this season. He also plays at a higher level than Dennis who has been invited recently.


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Enugu II wrote:
1naija wrote:
Cally wrote:
Ejuke plays for Herenveen in the Dutch league. I watched him play against VVV Venlo two days back and he was quite impressive on the ball. Dude can really dribble with both feet, and can play from with wing, moreso from the left.

I don't think he'd be in the Dutch league in the next two years, unless he joins Ajax or PSV.

His only problem is the tendency to over-dribble sometimes. He just needs a proper coach to instill some discipline, and make him much more effective. We have a very talented player in our hands here. I'd like to see him play centrally sometimes and watch how he unlocks defences with his dribbling.


Uncle cally, the Dutch league is on the same level as the Turkish, Belgian, and Austrian league, all a tad bit better than the Nigerian league, and all useless. I dont rate any player dribbling in those leagues. If I were the SE coach, I would not consider any player in those leagues for the SE. I would send them to the CAN tournament instead.


1naija,

But the big boys of SE are the ones playing in the CAN tournament so this is exactly where you are recommending a player who you claim is playing in a weak league.


I meant the homebased players tournament that Ghana excels in. What's that one called? CHAN?


Btw, I am sick and tired of having to remember all the acronyms for the the cup of nations. AFON, CAN, ANC...worrahell..

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Cally wrote:
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Check out the dribble and goal at 5:13 in this clip. Wow! If this boy was Brazilian, he'd be on the pages of most newspapers.

He needs to find a bigger shin guard though. With the way he dribbles, he needs to protect himself better cause he looks like he's not wearing any shin guards.


Norwegian league bro..come on, let’s get serious here. He’s having a decent season but one thing that’s disappointed me is his games against the top teams in his backwater league namely Ajax and PSV, bobo hasn’t excelled against the big boys IMO. Needs to show them he’s good enough to play for them.

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Cally wrote:
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Check out the dribble and goal at 5:13 in this clip. Wow! If this boy was Brazilian, he'd be on the pages of most newspapers.

He needs to find a bigger shin guard though. With the way he dribbles, he needs to protect himself better cause he looks like he's not wearing any shin guards.



the boy is playing with his socks down like CCC :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: Abeg o, make him get extra large shin guards! EPL butchers dey everywhere.

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THE search for AM/10/Okocha position is over. He is legit.


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maceo4 wrote:
Cally wrote:
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Check out the dribble and goal at 5:13 in this clip. Wow! If this boy was Brazilian, he'd be on the pages of most newspapers.

He needs to find a bigger shin guard though. With the way he dribbles, he needs to protect himself better cause he looks like he's not wearing any shin guards.


Norwegian league bro..come on, let’s get serious here. He’s having a decent season but one thing that’s disappointed me is his games against the top teams in his backwater league namely Ajax and PSV, bobo hasn’t excelled against the big boys IMO. Needs to show them he’s good enough to play for them.


Welcome! Oniranu! If Maceo4 does not have hatred for a player, the player is NOT a Nigerian. Tufiakwa! #derision

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ANC wrote:
THE search for AM/10/Okocha position is over. He is legit.


He’s a winger not a No 10. Abeg focus on blacks stars , we don’t play wingers in the middle. :thumb:

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