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I had a dream about the great BCC Lions of Gboko last night.

However, this one is for 70s and 80s babies. He rest of y'all can sit this one out.

Three great footballers in one picture.

Oh, so mush nostalgia.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2020 5:04 pm 
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Oloye na "the butcher of Gboko" in those days o!
As skilled as he was him no dey take nonesense back then


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I had a dream about the great BCC Lions of Gboko last night.

However, this one is for 70s and 80s babies. He rest of y'all can sit this one out.

Three great footballers in one picture.

Oh, so mush nostalgia.

Na those people short oh abeg. Okon just barely managed to escape being a dwarf with his size 5 boot, and Moses, well he was not tall either. The two of them made moi look like prehistoric Onuachu.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:37 pm 
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Whatever became of the local league again - I remember growing up near the stadium in Ilorin and the crowd who goes to see Kwara Bomber then was massive. One 16yr in our school was in the feeder team the and dude had yam tubers for thighs - his nick name was Ozogula.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 6:22 pm 
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Dougie Oloro!

Where did you hear this name from

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 6:48 pm 
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oloye wrote:
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Dougie Oloro!

Where did you hear this name from


Baba Oloye don panic! :rotf: :rotf: what else does Uncle Dammy know about Baba Oloye's movements ? :D :tic:

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:47 pm 
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oloye wrote:
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Where did you hear this name from

That would be telling!

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danfo driver wrote:
oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Dougie Oloro!

Where did you hear this name from


Baba Oloye don panic! :rotf: :rotf: what else does Uncle Dammy know about Baba Oloye's movements ? :D :tic:

:lol: Nothing to panic about my good friend. Only one person calls me by that name, and I am not sure he is on this forum. The person is a childhood friend... I will be pleasantly surprised if he is on the forum. He calls me by the name because of what I do on the field. Some people still believe I take hemp before going onto the pitch :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 12:09 pm 
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GG of G wrote:
Whatever became of the local league again - I remember growing up near the stadium in Ilorin and the crowd who goes to see Kwara Bomber then was massive. One 16yr in our school was in the feeder team the and dude had yam tubers for thighs - his nick name was Ozogula.

I know Ozogula, he is late now. He went on to play for Kwasu and I think he made it to the national team as well. He was in the junior Bombers team when I was there.

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Him dey clear leg and ball together in those days.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2020 12:34 pm 
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oloye wrote:
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Whatever became of the local league again - I remember growing up near the stadium in Ilorin and the crowd who goes to see Kwara Bomber then was massive. One 16yr in our school was in the feeder team the and dude had yam tubers for thighs - his nick name was Ozogula.

I know Ozogula, he is late now. He went on to play for Kwasu and I think he made it to the national team as well. He was in the junior Bombers team when I was there.


Whao, so sad to read that. Thanks to you and others for those Bombers memories. Interestingly, he never struck me as being skillful anytime I watch him play for our school - GHS, Adeta. We had some good ballers on that school team and those matches with other schools usually end in a riot. Those were the days. Such memories. Kids miss out on such local passion in 9ja these days with all these ajebutter private schools. Probably explain why we can't seem to recreate the same English passion seen in their leagues from Premiership all the way down

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oloye wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
oloye wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Dougie Oloro!

Where did you hear this name from


Baba Oloye don panic! :rotf: :rotf: what else does Uncle Dammy know about Baba Oloye's movements ? :D :tic:

:lol: Nothing to panic about my good friend. Only one person calls me by that name, and I am not sure he is on this forum. The person is a childhood friend... I will be pleasantly surprised if he is on the forum. He calls me by the name because of what I do on the field. Some people still believe I take hemp before going onto the pitch :lol:


I don't know Oloye, the stories one has heard about league players (and fans, sha) in those halcyon days of Nigerian club football .... well, all I can say is I assume there was no mandatory drug testing going on.

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Baba Oloye!!

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megapro wrote:
Baba Oloye!!

Mega... Domo oh!

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Kai, Oloye was one wicked defender o...the way he cleared Felix Owoblow with tackle into the bush ehn...

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Kai, Oloye was one wicked defender o...the way he cleared Felix Owoblow with tackle into the bush ehn...

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Dean Oloye's rep (earned or otherwise) had the Nigerian press reporting that he failed to make it at Celtics because he was chopping legs left and right in training...LOL!

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Gotti wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Kai, Oloye was one wicked defender o...the way he cleared Felix Owoblow with tackle into the bush ehn...

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Dean Oloye's rep (earned or otherwise) had the Nigerian press reporting that he failed to make it at Celtics because he was chopping legs left and right in training...LOL!

Lol, I wish I was chopping legs and not malaria that had me running back home before they put me into quarantine. At least I would have left behind in Glasgow something to talk about :lol:

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