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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 10:59 am 
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Damunk wrote:
Oya, wey Flex Swift?
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Flex Swift wrote:
Apart from the on pages of Cybereagles nobody has even heard of Osayi- Samuel
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel received rave reviews.
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel turned down a big money transfer
The season is over let’s see the EPL team interested in Osayi-Samuel.
I bet at the start of next season he will still be at QPR
The same applies to Eze he will still be with QPR next season
How many times have we heard a EPL wanted Eze ....today it’s Tottenham tomorrow it’s Liverpool and Chelsea all the rumors coming from Cybereages.

I know we want to support our British /Nigerian players but lets be honest no EPL team is interested in both Eze or Samuel.
England will not call- up Eze for the full national team .....:...who is he going to replace? He couldn’t even help QPR get into a play off place.
If Saka was an average player he would not be a regular for Arsenal at 18.
Saka is left footed ,takes set-plays and very creative.
Was played out of position as a fullback and still managed to catch the eye.
The rave reviews are not coming from me they are coming from the football media.
If he were average English-media would not be agitating for his inclusion in the England squad.
Why aren’t the same English-media agitating for Eze or Samuel ?
Guy, you are completely WRONG on Eze.
Make e no go do you like film trick, but barring any catastrophic error, Eze is a guaranteed EPL player next season.
Its not even a matter of 'if', but more a case of where. :idea:


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like I said let's wait for them to transfer to this EPL club

How do you plan to pay once he moves to an EPL side?
Abi na ordinary mouth you dey take yarn?
Like the late Solowe nobly demonstrated when he put his neck on the line regarding Olise's managerial career in Europe (and honoured it when he was proven wrong), you have to show your conviction.

So which humble pie you go chop? :taunt:


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Thank you Docky, I searched the forum yesterday for this thread and comments. Oya flex swift, give us your thoughts on this latest development. :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 1:18 pm 
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He is definitely a good player and one who would naturally fit into our framework and develop well with good crop of young players around him. Undoubtably, the 3 Lions is a big lure and if there is a chance of him playing for England, his curiosity will naturally get the better of him. It's all down to how he has ranked his priorities and how adventurous and open minded he is.

This is where our football ambassadors, the likes of Okocha/Kanu come in. They have played in the EPL and on the world stage, players like Eze still see them as idols. They just need to sow the seeds in his mind and leave him to make his decision. One other thing is also certain, Nigeria will never lack top talent in his position. So Nigeria will not be worse for wear.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 1:41 pm 
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...kid knows his stuff. Young and fleeting, hope aggressive defenders don't hack at him curtailing his future progress.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 4:07 pm 
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He is definitely a good player and one who would naturally fit into our framework and develop well with good crop of young players around him. Undoubtably, the 3 Lions is a big lure and if there is a chance of him playing for England, his curiosity will naturally get the better of him. It's all down to how he has ranked his priorities and how adventurous and open minded he is.

This is where our football ambassadors, the likes of Okocha/Kanu come in. They have played in the EPL and on the world stage, players like Eze still see them as idols. They just need to sow the seeds in his mind and leave him to make his decision. One other thing is also certain, Nigeria will never lack top talent in his position. So Nigeria will not be worse for wear.
Exactly.
I believe they have a crucial role to play in motivating our players worldwide, regardless of circumstances or background.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 4:56 pm 
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Damunk wrote:
Oya, wey Flex Swift?
:taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Flex Swift wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
Apart from the on pages of Cybereagles nobody has even heard of Osayi- Samuel
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel received rave reviews.
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel turned down a big money transfer
The season is over let’s see the EPL team interested in Osayi-Samuel.
I bet at the start of next season he will still be at QPR
The same applies to Eze he will still be with QPR next season
How many times have we heard a EPL wanted Eze ....today it’s Tottenham tomorrow it’s Liverpool and Chelsea all the rumors coming from Cybereages.

I know we want to support our British /Nigerian players but lets be honest no EPL team is interested in both Eze or Samuel.
England will not call- up Eze for the full national team .....:...who is he going to replace? He couldn’t even help QPR get into a play off place.
If Saka was an average player he would not be a regular for Arsenal at 18.
Saka is left footed ,takes set-plays and very creative.
Was played out of position as a fullback and still managed to catch the eye.
The rave reviews are not coming from me they are coming from the football media.
If he were average English-media would not be agitating for his inclusion in the England squad.
Why aren’t the same English-media agitating for Eze or Samuel ?
Guy, you are completely WRONG on Eze.
Make e no go do you like film trick, but barring any catastrophic error, Eze is a guaranteed EPL player next season.
Its not even a matter of 'if', but more a case of where. :idea:


Damunk wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
like I said let's wait for them to transfer to this EPL club

How do you plan to pay once he moves to an EPL side?
Abi na ordinary mouth you dey take yarn?
Like the late Solowe nobly demonstrated when he put his neck on the line regarding Olise's managerial career in Europe (and honoured it when he was proven wrong), you have to show your conviction.

So which humble pie you go chop? :taunt:


viewtopic.php?f=1&t=301158

I have been monitoring him since the transfer window open......the rumours at one point was Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham, Leeds and finally Crystal Palace. Needless to say i am not a fan so I will say congratulations on the move and leave at that :taunt:


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2020 5:42 pm 
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Flex Swift wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Oya, wey Flex Swift?
:taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Flex Swift wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
Apart from the on pages of Cybereagles nobody has even heard of Osayi- Samuel
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel received rave reviews.
Only on the pages of cyber Eagles has Osayi-Samuel turned down a big money transfer
The season is over let’s see the EPL team interested in Osayi-Samuel.
I bet at the start of next season he will still be at QPR
The same applies to Eze he will still be with QPR next season
How many times have we heard a EPL wanted Eze ....today it’s Tottenham tomorrow it’s Liverpool and Chelsea all the rumors coming from Cybereages.

I know we want to support our British /Nigerian players but lets be honest no EPL team is interested in both Eze or Samuel.
England will not call- up Eze for the full national team .....:...who is he going to replace? He couldn’t even help QPR get into a play off place.
If Saka was an average player he would not be a regular for Arsenal at 18.
Saka is left footed ,takes set-plays and very creative.
Was played out of position as a fullback and still managed to catch the eye.
The rave reviews are not coming from me they are coming from the football media.
If he were average English-media would not be agitating for his inclusion in the England squad.
Why aren’t the same English-media agitating for Eze or Samuel ?
Guy, you are completely WRONG on Eze.
Make e no go do you like film trick, but barring any catastrophic error, Eze is a guaranteed EPL player next season.
Its not even a matter of 'if', but more a case of where. :idea:


Damunk wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
like I said let's wait for them to transfer to this EPL club

How do you plan to pay once he moves to an EPL side?
Abi na ordinary mouth you dey take yarn?
Like the late Solowe nobly demonstrated when he put his neck on the line regarding Olise's managerial career in Europe (and honoured it when he was proven wrong), you have to show your conviction.

So which humble pie you go chop? :taunt:


viewtopic.php?f=1&t=301158

I have been monitoring him since the transfer window open......the rumours at one point was Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham, Leeds and finally Crystal Palace. Needless to say i am not a fan so I will say congratulations on the move and leave at that :taunt:
Bros, you have to choose your humble pie.
You can't just waka like that o. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2020 1:22 am 
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Hmmmm.

Say what's on your mind :taunt:

I think he did. That the 'Hmmmm' is a little longer than it should have been, says it all.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:21 pm 
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Crystal Palace vs Southampton with Eze on the bench however AYew made the starting 11 and like they say in Nigeria doesn't have two heads


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Flex Swift wrote:
Crystal Palace vs Southampton with Eze on the bench however AYew made the starting 11 and like they say in Nigeria doesn't have two heads
Convincing proof that Eze is "useless", abi?

That your humble pie you go still chop am by force.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:50 pm 
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Damunk wrote:
Flex Swift wrote:
Crystal Palace vs Southampton with Eze on the bench however AYew made the starting 11 and like they say in Nigeria doesn't have two heads
Convincing proof that Eze is "useless", abi?

That your humble pie you go still chop am by force.
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:29 pm 
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Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:55 pm 
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Very impressive cameo.
Played like he belongs to this level and he does...

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 5:04 pm 
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txj wrote:
Very impressive cameo.
Played like he belongs to this level and he does...


Yes oo. Very intelligent, confident and creative. Perhaps the three attributes are a matching set for his type. When a player that's good is given a chance, there are typically no "ifs", "buts" they grab it. He grabbed the few minutes today and from what I see guys...I think this guy has it. Takes crosses too.

I enjoyed how he put that defender on his back side - although his cross following that could have been crisper.

Before I officially get on this hype train, I will look for at least two more performances like this in the EPL. #caution


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 5:11 pm 
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Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.

That kids an French U18 who is eligible for England and Nigeria,I’m just saying it’s getting complicated.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 5:18 pm 
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Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.


Slow Toad has woken up. :shock: Thats warahel im takung about. :clap: :clap: Eze might not even be good enough for England or Nigeria.

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Eze is already claimed. Guys move on from him and wish him well.

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Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.
I checked him out on Youtube and you are right. Very impressive for an 18yr old. :thumb:

Here are some highlights:




I need to start watching Reading.
Seems Rohr and Pinnick are going all out with the 'Catch Them Young' policy. I cant say I disagree.
What's your source on the invite?

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Just watched the highlights of Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth . The game went to penalties and Crystal Palace were knocked out however Eze scored a well taken penalty.

Crystal Palace are still in with a chance of a trophy if they have a good run in the FA Cup. They have no chance of challenging for the EPL based on their performance against Bournemouth.


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Flex Swift wrote:
Just watched the highlights of Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth . The game went to penalties and Crystal Palace were knocked out however Eze scored a well taken penalty.

Crystal Palace are still in with a chance of a trophy if they have a good run in the FA Cup. They have no chance of challenging for the EPL based on their performance against Bournemouth.

Nnamdi Oforboh, who occasionally played on the Flying Eagles team at the 2019 U20 WC, started for and scored 1 PK for Bournemouth.

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How Ebere Eze Signed For Crystal Palace - With Dom Fifield & Ed Aarons
The Beautiful Game Podcast – EXCLUSIVE DETAILS INTO EBERE EZE SIGNING

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1PgYaQkxzl6IviXIH59ezH?si=I-gy1-eYSxOBAzY4YOvDsQ


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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.

That kids an French U18 who is eligible for England and Nigeria,I’m just saying it’s getting complicated.


Its not complicated. The boy only played for france u20 team in friendly games. He does not need a switch. If I were Rhor i would call him up ASAP.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2020 5:00 pm 
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Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.



Dude scored today. Rhor better call him up before France long throat for African players kicks in.

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bret- hart wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Forget Eze, watch out for Rohr's newly discovered gem who will be invited to the friendly matches as a replacement for Aribo (who is injured). His name is Michael Olise, 18 years of age and plays for Reading FC. I'm currently watching him and the kid is bloody good, Ejaria also scored as well in the ongoing game.



Dude scored today. Rhor better call him up before France long throat for African players kicks in.


Meanwhile £20 million man is sitting on the bench while his team are leading against United


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