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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 4:15 pm 
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This is what happens when, instead of locating and developing the next Amokachi, our lazy coaches and NFF are busy chasing boys with who don't feel Nigerian! Enough of these insults!


You win some, you lose some. Nothing to be ashamed about. Tharis furball.

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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 7:00 pm 
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Hmmmmm......
Where did these rumours stem from?
I hope it wasn't some bored or jobless writer sitting on his toilet with his laptop.
Maybe I should start a career in writing Credible Fake News :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


Anybody else see the alleged article written by Danish newspaper BT?

You know we are dealing with a confirmed lunatic in the person of AllNigeriaSoccer.

A guy notorious for sitting in his batcher and making up stuff and even attributing quotes.


This is the Danish article https://www.bt.dk/fodbold/billing-afvis ... or-danmark

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“I think there are some rumors that come out of nowhere. When I saw it, I thought it might be good just to make a Danish article about it so that people don't start to believe it. I saw the last time people started to speculate that I didn't mind playing for Denmark and blah blah blah, 'Philip Billing told BT


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"It would be strange to stand up for Nigeria when I feel 100 percent Danish. Of course I have Nigerian roots and am half Nigerian, but I was raised and born in Denmark. I have Danish mother, Danish little brother and Danish little sister and a Nigerian father. But this is Denmark I want to stand for. That's my big dream, 'says Billing.


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"I've talked to the coach, but I know where I want to play her. I want to play for Denmark, so it is no longer than that, "says Philip Billing and tells a little more about that conversation.

"He just said he really wanted me to play for Nigeria, because the upcoming World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations will be played soon. I made it pretty clear to him that I wanted to play for Denmark. That's my big dream. "

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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 8:01 pm 
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Apparently, Rohr met with Billing and he agreed to a FIFA nationality switch. The papers were even sent to him but a Nigerian online medium, owngoalnigeria got the story and ran with it.
Denmark put pressure on him and the incoming coach called him and he reneged on his agreement with Rohr.

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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 8:57 pm 
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This is a player we need not pursue. While he is very good, there are other prospects who are very eager to represent Nigeria. We can wish him well and we can put this to rest.

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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2020 9:38 pm 
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General Trousers wrote:
This is a player we need not pursue. While he is very good, there are other prospects who are very eager to represent Nigeria. We can wish him well and put this to rest.

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GT, long time, where have you been? Good to read from you again.

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PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2020 12:25 am 
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Who to believe - Billing or Dammy? :D

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PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2020 3:21 am 
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Lolly wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Hmmmmm......
Where did these rumours stem from?
I hope it wasn't some bored or jobless writer sitting on his toilet with his laptop.
Maybe I should start a career in writing Credible Fake News :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


Anybody else see the alleged article written by Danish newspaper BT?

You know we are dealing with a confirmed lunatic in the person of AllNigeriaSoccer.

A guy notorious for sitting in his batcher and making up stuff and even attributing quotes.


I hope you would apologise for this abuse if the story turns out to be true.


Do you have a comprehension problem?

I asked if there was evidence of the article and cited the fact the dude has been wrong in the past as the reason to verify that the news has a collaborating source.

Did he stop being unbalanced because he got this story right?

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PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2020 3:21 am 
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fabio wrote:
Cellular wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Hmmmmm......
Where did these rumours stem from?
I hope it wasn't some bored or jobless writer sitting on his toilet with his laptop.
Maybe I should start a career in writing Credible Fake News :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


Anybody else see the alleged article written by Danish newspaper BT?

You know we are dealing with a confirmed lunatic in the person of AllNigeriaSoccer.

A guy notorious for sitting in his batcher and making up stuff and even attributing quotes.


This is the Danish article https://www.bt.dk/fodbold/billing-afvis ... or-danmark

Quote:
“I think there are some rumors that come out of nowhere. When I saw it, I thought it might be good just to make a Danish article about it so that people don't start to believe it. I saw the last time people started to speculate that I didn't mind playing for Denmark and blah blah blah, 'Philip Billing told BT


Quote:
"It would be strange to stand up for Nigeria when I feel 100 percent Danish. Of course I have Nigerian roots and am half Nigerian, but I was raised and born in Denmark. I have Danish mother, Danish little brother and Danish little sister and a Nigerian father. But this is Denmark I want to stand for. That's my big dream, 'says Billing.


Quote:
"I've talked to the coach, but I know where I want to play her. I want to play for Denmark, so it is no longer than that, "says Philip Billing and tells a little more about that conversation.

"He just said he really wanted me to play for Nigeria, because the upcoming World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations will be played soon. I made it pretty clear to him that I wanted to play for Denmark. That's my big dream. "

:thumb: Thanks.

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PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2020 7:49 am 
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This is a player we need not pursue. While he is very good, there are other prospects who are very eager to represent Nigeria. We can wish him well and put this to rest.

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GT, long time, where have you been? Good to read from you again.


I did civilian hand-over and retired to a farm, but the lure of football has proven too much.

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The pursuit of Billig and other disinterested part-Nigerians is a fool's errand that only serves to boost their profile for a future transfer windfall. We must not pursue such players. We must only extend a hand to players that are interested. Here are two players I prefer:

1. Ayo Simon Okosun - Ayo Simon Okosun is a 6ft-6in Danish/German/Nigerian giant ... He is tall. No he is not Sunny Okosun, and looks nothing like the late musician. Ayo is a player who has shown playing consistency. He plays for AC Horsens on loan from FC Midtjylland. He is strong, technical and has an engine. More importantly he identifies with Nigeria.

2. Maduka Christopher Udeh - Maduka Udeh is a player to watch. He is currently with Norwegian minnows Øygarden FK. The 6ft-6in juggernaut will likely prove to be the next Seyi Olofinjana in Norway and we should hear of him for years to come. Bookmark this place, because this is a player who is technical, fast, and has the physical presence and all the attributes of a top center back.

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General Trousers wrote:
The pursuit of Billig and other disinterested part-Nigerians is a fool's errand that only serves to boost their profile for a future transfer windfall. We must not pursue such players. We must only extend a hand to players that are interested. Here are two players I prefer:

1. Ayo Simon Okosun - Ayo Simon Okosun is a 6ft-6in Danish/German/Nigerian giant ... He is tall. No he is not Sunny Okosun, and looks nothing like the late musician. Ayo is a player who has shown playing consistency. He plays for AC Horsens on loan from FC Midtjylland. He is strong, technical and has an engine. More importantly he identifies with Nigeria.

2. Maduka Christopher Udeh - Maduka Udeh is a player to watch. He is currently with Norwegian minnows Øygarden FK. The 6ft-6in juggernaut will likely prove to be the next Seyi Olofinjana in Norway and we should hear of him for years to come. Bookmark this place, because this is a player who is technical, fast, and has the physical presence and all the attributes of a top center back.

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Thanks for this GT.
I believe we need to boost our central defensive depth and have kept a close eye on Adarabioyo and Ozonwafor. I will add 22 year old Maduka to that list.
He looks solid in every sense of the word.



Can't find any footage on Okosun, just interviews in Danish

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