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PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2020 8:19 am 
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Dr all these inexperienced young talent always flatter to deceive at the "world stage" they did the same thing in 2010 Wc, 2013 Cc, 2014 Wc, 2018 Wc and will probably do the same in 2022 worldcup. I dont even think talent is the issue, its usually a "mental thing" this is where proven experience players are vital
Yes but there is a balance to be struck.
There is a degree of fearlessness and innovation that comes with youth.
There is a degree of prudence and orthodoxy that comes with age.

You need a good mix of both individually and collectively

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Looks like a human highlights reel.

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
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His time will come soon. I think he is a better prospect than Dennis Bonaventure who is currently on the SE squad. He, Ebere Eze, and Bright Osayi-Samuel are exciting prospects.


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Looks like a human highlights reel.


The more (quality) competition, the better.

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
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I love his energy. Imagine bringing on such a player late in a game. Something is bound to happen. Should be talking about him rather than Eze. Eze who? He should have a special place in Naija's next game against Soutrh Africa. Where they bought the referee to earn a draw and cancel 2 clear goals.

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
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Maybe if he was eligible for another country...

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
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maceo4 wrote:
Maybe if he was eligible for another country...


No Shyte! We have talent like this and some random mugus keep yelling about Osage at brentford or some hell hole club. Ejuke is a world class talent that could be at Barca in a couple years.

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olu wrote:
His time will come soon. I think he is a better prospect than Dennis Bonaventure who is currently on the SE squad. He, Ebere Eze, and Bright Osayi-Samuel are exciting prospects.


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Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 7:04 am 
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Eze is a natural AM so we need him in the SE. He will likely turn out to better than Iwobi in that position. Ejuke is more of a winger than an AM.

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I love his energy. Imagine bringing on such a player late in a game. Something is bound to happen. Should be talking about him rather than Eze. Eze who? He should have a special place in Naija's next game against Soutrh Africa. Where they bought the referee to earn a draw and cancel 2 clear goals.


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PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 8:39 am 
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This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.


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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 9:28 am 
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olu wrote:
Eze is a natural AM so we need him in the SE. He will likely turn out to better than Iwobi in that position. Ejuke is more of a winger than an AM.

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I love his energy. Imagine bringing on such a player late in a game. Something is bound to happen. Should be talking about him rather than Eze. Eze who? He should have a special place in Naija's next game against Soutrh Africa. Where they bought the referee to earn a draw and cancel 2 clear goals.

I already considered this and of course I only made comparisons regarding what Naija have; as to who is willing and who isn't. Can't wait to see Dressers. As for Osayi he will infuriate many. He holds on to the ball for way too long, he over elaborates every time he has the ball. Not SE material.

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maceo4 wrote:
Maybe if he was eligible for another country...

That’s exactly how they operate if he was Dutch or especially English born Pinnick would’ve been sleeping outside his dads work place!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
Maybe if he was eligible for another country...

That’s exactly how they operate if he was Dutch or especially English born Pinnick would’ve been sleeping outside his dads work place!

He needs to move to the English Champions and so that our special software can capture him.

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 Post subject: Re: Chidera Ejuke
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fabio wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
Maybe if he was eligible for another country...

That’s exactly how they operate if he was Dutch or especially English born Pinnick would’ve been sleeping outside his dads work place!

He needs to move to the English Champions and so that our special software can capture him.

The strange thing is he’s played for Nigeria at U17 and U20 level.

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PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 12:48 pm 
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Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.
Ejuke is a 'foreign brand'.
Like Ndidi.
Like Etebo.
Like Collins
Like Chukwueze

Unlike John Lazarus
Unlike Samuel Matthias
Unlike Abdulkarim Mumini
Unlike Ugochukwu Ugwuoke
Unlike......the list is endless

The question is, why are these HB talents not proving themselves on the green grass when given the opportunity?
Somebody pls tell me.

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PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 2:10 pm 
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I think he deserves an invite.

However it needs to be understood that players like this who depend almost completely on the dribble run can be hit and miss.

I watched him quite a bit this season before the stoppages.

My concern for him is a lack of intelligent movement to find/create space, and to unbalance the opponent without reliance on the 1v1 dribble, valuable as that quality is.

I'm also concerned about his mentality when things do not come off well for him in a game...

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There are both good players that deserve invites. Your point is not entirely true. Chidera looks much more comfortable on the wings than as an AM while Eze looks good playing as an AM or on the wings. My assessment has nothing to do with Eze being born abroad.

At the moment only Chidera is a available we'll see what happens with Eze.

Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.


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txj wrote:
I think he deserves an invite.

However it needs to be understood that players like this who depend almost completely on the dribble run can be hit and miss.

I watched him quite a bit this season before the stoppages.

My concern for him is a lack of intelligent movement to find/create space, and to unbalance the opponent without reliance on the 1v1 dribble, valuable as that quality is.

I'm also concerned about his mentality when things do not come off well for him in a game...
Precisely.
And this is why JJ will have my eternal respect.
Until this kind of player can continue to do his thing at the very top level, without losing his self-belief when it doesn't come off as easily or as often as it does at this level, you can never know what will happen.

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Damunk wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.
Ejuke is a 'foreign brand'.
Like Ndidi.
Like Etebo.
Like Collins
Like Chukwueze

Unlike John Lazarus
Unlike Samuel Matthias
Unlike Abdulkarim Mumini
Unlike Ugochukwu Ugwuoke
Unlike......the list is endless

The question is, why are these HB talents not proving themselves on the green grass when given the opportunity?
Somebody pls tell me.


But the title of this thread reads “ Ejuke - How Good is This Player?“ so.....?

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PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2020 3:52 pm 
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Btw, Eze is also a flamboyant player that likes to dribble as well. Maybe not quite as much as Ejuke or Osayi-Samuel though.


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Foreign born/raised players also fizzle out to. What happened to Chuks Aneke, Nathan Oduwa, Habib Makanjuola, and Godswill Ekpolo? The jump from age grade to senior football is very hard and many don't make the cut.

quote="Eaglezbeak"]
Damunk wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.
Ejuke is a 'foreign brand'.
Like Ndidi.
Like Etebo.
Like Collins
Like Chukwueze

Unlike John Lazarus
Unlike Samuel Matthias
Unlike Abdulkarim Mumini
Unlike Ugochukwu Ugwuoke
Unlike......the list is endless

The question is, why are these HB talents not proving themselves on the green grass when given the opportunity?
Somebody pls tell me.


But the title of this thread reads “ Ejuke - How Good is This Player?“ so.....?[/quote]


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danfo driver wrote:
olu wrote:
His time will come soon. I think he is a better prospect than Dennis Bonaventure who is currently on the SE squad. He, Ebere Eze, and Bright Osayi-Samuel are exciting prospects.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

CE members, if you have the opportunity to give birth to your child oversees, DO IT OOO!!!! most preferably at Peckham Community Hospital. Dont let your children's "time come soon," while other "innit" children's time is NOW! A word is enough for the wise. Even if you have to DHL your sperm to a woman in Peckham, DO IT!!!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
This kid is a better player than Eze abeg, we're just too obsessed/biased in favor of the "foreign brands". Convert Chidera to a CAM (a position he has played to good effect at his club), and watch him flourish.
Ejuke is a 'foreign brand'.
Like Ndidi.
Like Etebo.
Like Collins
Like Chukwueze

Unlike John Lazarus
Unlike Samuel Matthias
Unlike Abdulkarim Mumini
Unlike Ugochukwu Ugwuoke
Unlike......the list is endless

The question is, why are these HB talents not proving themselves on the green grass when given the opportunity?
Somebody pls tell me.


But the title of this thread reads “ Ejuke - How Good is This Player?“ so.....?

:rotf: why are you surprised? damunks lacks the basic ability to focus on a topic, bobo is king of going off point or derailing a thread

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