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Author:  deanotito [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 5:08 am ]
Post subject:  KELECHI NEEDS TO PUSH FOR A LOAN MOVE

He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?

Author:  1naija [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:10 am ]
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deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

Author:  waka-man [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 7:24 am ]
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deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?


I have to agree with you. At 24, time to make a move. He’s been loyal and in the last year he’s worked hard. I’m certain a mid to bottom table team would make him a starter. The challenge is that those teams like to play with a big target man as they mostly put men behind the ball and that’s not Kelechi’s best role. But he can certainly do a job and take it from there.

But this Leicester thing needs to end soon.

Author:  deanotito [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 7:50 am ]
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1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.


You have a point. That’s why it’s key to have good advisors by your side to make up for your deficiencies. Leicester likes the current situation because they know he’s talented. They want a talented player as spare tire. But it is not in Kelechi’s best interest. If he doesn’t push, they will leave there to be playing unimportant games. Or come in as a sub every other game for 15 minutes. I mean, that’s just a waste

Author:  deanotito [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 7:53 am ]
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waka-man wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?


I have to agree with you. At 24, time to make a move. He’s been loyal and in the last year he’s worked hard. I’m certain a mid to bottom table team would make him a starter. The challenge is that those teams like to play with a big target man as they mostly put men behind the ball and that’s not Kelechi’s best role. But he can certainly do a job and take it from there.

But this Leicester thing needs to end soon.


Yes. Man City may have been too big a stage/the wrong club for him, but he certainly has the talent to be in the top flight. Right now, Rodgers and the Leicester management is blowing sweet nothings into his ear, telling him how important he is and all sorts of other poppycock. And it seems like he’s believing him.

There is no contest between him and Vardy. They’ve made their choice. Kelechi, you make yours

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:46 am ]
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1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

Well said

Author:  EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 2:07 pm ]
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

Well said



Kai.... Truth bomb on a Monday morning. :thumb:

Author:  Tobi17 [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 3:47 pm ]
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1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

Chei so 1Naija can actually make sense like this :clap:

Author:  EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA [ Mon Sep 14, 2020 5:00 pm ]
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Tobi17 wrote:
1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

Chei so 1Naija can actually make sense like this :clap:


Na uncle write am? I didn't even check for the author before I responded. This is irrefutable evidence that uncle 1kobo had a JOB at some point in the not too distant past. Somewhere between 10-20yrs BU ( Before Uber) :laugh:

Author:  Dammy [ Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:46 am ]
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He would have been a good option for a team like Leeds United. Rodrigo at £29 million is a very big gamble.

Author:  Enugu II [ Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:14 pm ]
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deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?


I KPOM this post. Time to get out of that place even if it means moving out of England. He has the talent to start elsewhere and make waves.

Author:  EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA [ Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:24 pm ]
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Enugu II wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?


I KPOM this post. Time to get out of that place even if it means moving out of England. He has the talent to start elsewhere and make waves.



Nacho wants to get his British passport so he's not likely to move outside the U.K until he gets it even if it means not playing.

Author:  Gotti [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 4:27 am ]
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Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!

Author:  Gotti [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 4:31 am ]
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1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?

Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

And just btw, I respectfully disagree...
You think the remarkable success of Nigerians in the US/UK is characteristic of a passive nature?! :shock:

Author:  jette1 [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 7:21 am ]
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1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

which school awarded you the psych degree

Author:  jdizzy [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:30 pm ]
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deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?


Agreed. His lack of ambition and acceptance of a long-term limited role at Leicester is worrying tbh.

Author:  deanotito [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:47 pm ]
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Gotti wrote:
Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!



Oh you mean like last season? :dream:


A player of his talent should aim for more.

Author:  1naija [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:59 pm ]
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Gotti wrote:
1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?

Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

And just btw, I respectfully disagree...
You think the remarkable success of Nigerians in the US/UK is characteristic of a passive nature?! :shock:


I don't mean Nigerians are not successful. But most Nigerians I have worked with don't actively look for ways to get promoted like Americans, or even Asians. For the most part, we let our "performance" do the talking for us. But as you and I know, performance alone don't get people up the ladder in the corporate world. I work with some very smart Nigerians, and I can tell you none of the ones I know has actively looked for sponsors within the company to go to bat for them. Most of the "smart" Americans and even Asians all have sponsors batting for them during promotion considerations. It makes a huge difference!

Author:  maceo4 [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 7:00 pm ]
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deanotito wrote:
Gotti wrote:
Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!



Oh you mean like last season? :dream:


A player of his talent should aim for more.


Hopefully Leicester don't buy anymore attacking options, that way he'll get some PT since it seems he's determined to stay.

Author:  1naija [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 7:49 pm ]
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jette1 wrote:
1naija wrote:
deanotito wrote:
He is too young to waste yet another season as a sometimes sub. He’s done well in the role and last season was a rebirth of sorts. Now, he needs to play. If England isn’t working out, then Spain, Germany, France, maybe?? He needs a decent squad where he can play. Doesn’t have to be a top contender. He just needs the minutes. Wasting your life as Vardy’s spare tire is the job of a 32 year old, long in the tooth striker, looking for where to retire in peace (Giroud comes to mind).

At 24, this is an utter waste of Kelechi’s prime playing years. He needs to kick, scratch and scream for a loan move.

He has enough time to score at least 20 goals a season if he has decent playing time. So what sense does it make languishing on the bench?



Nigerians (myself included) by nature are not agrressive as far as their careers are concerned. Many of us think of what we want rather than what we are worth. Most of us are not concerned about getting what we are worth as long as we are satisfied with what we are getting, no matter how little it may be. We need to start demading our market value, and damn the outcome. Kelechi needs to start demanding for more. Leicester will not trade him as long as he is more valuable to them sitting on the bench.

which school awarded you the psych degree


Not university of "cancum" where you attended with loads of chicks with protruding parts.. :taunt:

Author:  jdizzy [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:09 pm ]
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maceo4 wrote:
deanotito wrote:
Gotti wrote:
Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!



Oh you mean like last season? :dream:


A player of his talent should aim for more.


Hopefully Leicester don't buy anymore attacking options, that way he'll get some PT since it seems he's determined to stay.


Well, they just agreed to a deal to sign Roma winger Cengiz Under.
Different position but since Vardy never gets benched, it a'int good news for Nacho

Author:  maceo4 [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:31 pm ]
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jdizzy wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
deanotito wrote:
Gotti wrote:
Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!



Oh you mean like last season? :dream:


A player of his talent should aim for more.


Hopefully Leicester don't buy anymore attacking options, that way he'll get some PT since it seems he's determined to stay.


Well, they just agreed to a deal to sign Roma winger Cengiz Under.
Different position but since Vardy never gets benched, it a'int good news for Nacho


Hmmm, hope for his own sake he knows what he's doing. I wonder what happened to the Aston Villa and Newcastle rumors, he should be entertaining such if his goal is to stay and get his pally.

Author:  Damunk [ Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:57 pm ]
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maceo4 wrote:
jdizzy wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
deanotito wrote:
Gotti wrote:
Kelechi does not need to go anywhere...
With Europa Cup, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and EPL, he will see loads of action!



Oh you mean like last season? :dream:


A player of his talent should aim for more.


Hopefully Leicester don't buy anymore attacking options, that way he'll get some PT since it seems he's determined to stay.


Well, they just agreed to a deal to sign Roma winger Cengiz Under.
Different position but since Vardy never gets benched, it a'int good news for Nacho


Hmmm, hope for his own sake he knows what he's doing. I wonder what happened to the Aston Villa and Newcastle rumors, he should be entertaining such if his goal is to stay and get his pally.
Maceo4 my guy!!!
Na pali (or kpali) you been wan talk.
'Pally' na friend.


Check your University of Benin Pidgin English Dictionary.
No kill us with pidgin bullet for here, abeg. :tic:

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