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 Post subject: Zaidu Sanusi
PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2020 9:53 pm 
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Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:40 pm 
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Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:00 am 
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We need better more evidence of his quality. Slow Toad and fart man are clueless, they were probably watching if of those fake games on YouTube but didn’t know it. Abeg, did better persin watch the game?

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
We need better more evidence of his quality. Slow Toad and fart man are clueless, they were probably watching if of those fake games on YouTube but didn’t know it. Abeg, did better persin watch the game?

Jokes apart the bobo is legit, I'm been following the Portuguese league and I watched him for the first time today, when I tell you that guy is the next big thing in Nigerian football, I couldn't be more damn certain.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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bret- hart wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.

If we get Saka it's a bonus, but right now with the emergence of Zaidu... I won't lose sleep over Saka.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Happy to hear Zaidu is developing well. How is he defensively? Looks like he's good going forward.

I wouldn't be so quick to say we don't need Saka. He is only 18 and is already starting at Arsenal. That shows his quality.

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Tobi17 wrote:
Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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olu wrote:
Happy to hear Zaidu is developing well. How is he defensively? Looks like he's good going forward.

I wouldn't be so quick to say we don't need Saka. He is only 18 and is already starting at Arsenal. That shows his quality.

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Tobi17 wrote:
Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.


Olu,

If it is in Saka's heart to commit, Nigeria would certainly be helped. He will be the first legit guy that we contested for to do so. However, if he doesn't then there are several Nigerians who will play -- those we know now like Collins and Zaidu or some upcoming guy. I won't be losing any sleep either way.

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2020 1:33 pm 
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Heard he is already on track to be invited to the SE


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Dude scored a good goal. But how is one headed goal evidence of the quality of a player, any player?


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Polly wrote:
Dude scored a good goal. But how is one headed goal evidence of the quality of a player, any player?
Many have been following him and this is not the frst time he is being mentioned.

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7o6tys

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Our team is gradually taking shape. I am delighted about the fact that we are already three deep in bioth fulback positions:

Rightbacks
[1] Ola Aina - Torino, Italy (8 October 1996)
[2] Tyronne Ebuehi - Benfica, Portugal (16 December 1995)
[3] Kingsley Ehizibue - Cologne, Germany (25 May 1995)

Leftbacks
[1] Collins Jamilu - Paderborn 07, Germany (5 August 1994)
[2] Zaidu Sanusi - Santa Clara, Portugal (13 June 1997)
[3] Bukayo Saka - Arsenal, England (5 September 2001)

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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He looks like the real deal going forward. Fast, puts in decent crosses, willing to take on players, and can stay out wide and stretch the field like a modern day FB. Want to see more of him defensively though so we can determine if he's more of a Babayaro or Iroha or more like an Amuzie (great overlapping but poor defensively). Zaidu is an exciting prospect for sure.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7o6tys




Kai.....ogigbi gi gbi. Ifa olokun a soro dayo ooo! Cheii]...dis boy is NOT useless o! :shock: He’s fast, can dribble and deliver crosses like our Houston uncle delivers pizza. Excellently! We gats one. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: Saka can go cross a IED. :laugh: :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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All well and good. Except that Saka is no LB. If he is playing that position, that just means he is versatile. And he has said he is Nigerian!


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Polly wrote:
Dude scored a good goal. But how is one headed goal evidence of the quality of a player, any player?


Polly wrote:
All well and good. Except that Saka is no LB. If he is playing that position, that just means he is versatile. And he has said he is Nigerian!



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

This one has clearly collected egunje. Tufiakwa! :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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danfo driver wrote:
Polly wrote:
Dude scored a good goal. But how is one headed goal evidence of the quality of a player, any player?


Polly wrote:
All well and good. Except that Saka is no LB. If he is playing that position, that just means he is versatile. And he has said he is Nigerian!



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

This one has clearly collected egunje. Tufiakwa! :oops:


My broda, the thing neva reach me yet o! Abeg, if na you sign for am, forward am to me quick quick!!

Seriously, for whatever it is worth, Saka did clearly say on video that he is Nigerian.


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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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olu wrote:
Happy to hear Zaidu is developing well. How is he defensively? Looks like he's good going forward.

I wouldn't be so quick to say we don't need Saka. He is only 18 and is already starting at Arsenal. That shows his quality.

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Tobi17 wrote:
Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.



Dude is being compared to Alphonso Davis. He is legit.

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Polly wrote:
All well and good. Except that Saka is no LB. If he is playing that position, that just means he is versatile. And he has said he is Nigerian!

:rotf:
He can play for England and say that,Tami still listens to David.O and eats Eba!

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Heard he is already on track to be invited to the SE

Yup. :thumb:

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I Have Spoken With Super Eagles Coach Rohr - Zaidu Sanusi
"The contact was made before the break caused by the coronavirus. It was a brief discussion that went very well and I'm excited...."
https://www.owngoalnigeria.com/2020/06/ ... i-reveals/

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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bret- hart wrote:
olu wrote:
Happy to hear Zaidu is developing well. How is he defensively? Looks like he's good going forward.

I wouldn't be so quick to say we don't need Saka. He is only 18 and is already starting at Arsenal. That shows his quality.

bret- hart wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Remember this name, the guy is a BALLER guys! I don't see this guy playing in the Portuguese league for now it's not too farfetched as to why Rohr has him as a first choice option in the Left back role over Collins. Now the most interesting thing is Zaidu is his versatility, he can easily play as a LWB, LB, and a winger (like he did today against Benfica and put up a 5 star performance, playing as a winger, and scoring a goal) in his teams 4-3 victory against a top side like Benfica.



Dude is the real deal. Bukayo Saka can kick rocks.



Dude is being compared to Alphonso Davis. He is legit.

Who compared them?

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 Post subject: Re: Zaidu Sanusi
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Might be on his way to the Bundesliga...

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Arminia Bielefeld, who moved up to Germany's top echelon, is close to holding the full-back
https://www.record.pt/futebol/futebol-n ... bundesliga

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