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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 6:27 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
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Before Rohr took over we couldn't even qualify for Afcon . Just some food for thought as you head into the weekend. Appreciate what you have. Make it better. Invest in it.just saying.

Abegi enough already...
Rohr is not a bad coach (IMHO) and presumably we ALL want a successful SE, but this level of stool sampling is just embarrassing! :oops:



he's certainly not a good coach, IMHO


He is not a good coach?

He is not a bad coach?

Then he must be an average coach which is acceptable. He can still deliver a trophy if he is hardworking and not hardly working :taunt: :taunt:


Rohr is an average coach who has done relatively well but we need more. His honeymoon period expired since the last Wordcup. He was close to reaching the AFCON final which would have been more than was expected (well from people who understand the game). But if he doesn’t reach tthe final of the next AFCON, I would be happy if the NFF replace him before the World Cup if we had qualified by then.

No need to say what should happen to him if we fail to qualify for AFCON and the World Cup.

KPOM, you've said it all, the "FIRE ROHR NOW BRIGADE" can't even come up with a list of "world class" coaches that are ready to take over at short notice and deal with all the nonsense from the NFF...folks here are just overreacting over a mere friendly with players inactive for nearly a year of no football, and the team missing its very key players. This much is clear, if Rohr doesn't get to the final of or wins the next AFCON then there's no point keeping him for obvious reasons, even his biggest supporters won't have any excuses for him anymore.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:23 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
Rohr is an average coach who has done relatively well but we need more. His honeymoon period expired since the last Wordcup. He was close to reaching the AFCON final which would have been more than was expected (well from people who understand the game). But if he doesn’t reach tthe final of the next AFCON, I would be happy if the NFF replace him before the World Cup if we had qualified by then.

No need to say what should happen to him if we fail to qualify for AFCON and the World Cup.

That would be the absolutely WORST time to fire a coach that has already qualified for the WC... :oops:

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:32 am 
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Tobi17 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
wanaj0 wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Gotti wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Before Rohr took over we couldn't even qualify for Afcon . Just some food for thought as you head into the weekend. Appreciate what you have. Make it better. Invest in it.just saying.

Abegi enough already...
Rohr is not a bad coach (IMHO) and presumably we ALL want a successful SE, but this level of stool sampling is just embarrassing! :oops:



he's certainly not a good coach, IMHO


He is not a good coach?

He is not a bad coach?

Then he must be an average coach which is acceptable. He can still deliver a trophy if he is hardworking and not hardly working :taunt: :taunt:


Rohr is an average coach who has done relatively well but we need more. His honeymoon period expired since the last Wordcup. He was close to reaching the AFCON final which would have been more than was expected (well from people who understand the game). But if he doesn’t reach tthe final of the next AFCON, I would be happy if the NFF replace him before the World Cup if we had qualified by then.

No need to say what should happen to him if we fail to qualify for AFCON and the World Cup.

KPOM, you've said it all, the "FIRE ROHR NOW BRIGADE" can't even come up with a list of "world class" coaches that are ready to take over at short notice and deal with all the nonsense from the NFF...folks here are just overreacting over a mere friendly with players inactive for nearly a year of no football, and the team missing its very key players. This much is clear, if Rohr doesn't get to the final of or wins the next AFCON then there's no point keeping him for obvious reasons, even his biggest supporters won't have any excuses for him anymore.


Very few are asking for his sack NOW.

What people are saying is that his performance as compared to his pay and support he has received is below PAR! Compared with previous coaches, he has not done anything special yet some are already telling us that he has the 'BEST' team!

We don't need a world class coach. We just need a coach who knows what he is doing and we will be fine. A coach who is obsessed with winning not one who is going to tournaments to go and learn.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 9:17 am 
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wanaj0 wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Lolly wrote:
wanaj0 wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Gotti wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Before Rohr took over we couldn't even qualify for Afcon . Just some food for thought as you head into the weekend. Appreciate what you have. Make it better. Invest in it.just saying.

Abegi enough already...
Rohr is not a bad coach (IMHO) and presumably we ALL want a successful SE, but this level of stool sampling is just embarrassing! :oops:



he's certainly not a good coach, IMHO


He is not a good coach?

He is not a bad coach?

Then he must be an average coach which is acceptable. He can still deliver a trophy if he is hardworking and not hardly working :taunt: :taunt:


Rohr is an average coach who has done relatively well but we need more. His honeymoon period expired since the last Wordcup. He was close to reaching the AFCON final which would have been more than was expected (well from people who understand the game). But if he doesn’t reach tthe final of the next AFCON, I would be happy if the NFF replace him before the World Cup if we had qualified by then.

No need to say what should happen to him if we fail to qualify for AFCON and the World Cup.

KPOM, you've said it all, the "FIRE ROHR NOW BRIGADE" can't even come up with a list of "world class" coaches that are ready to take over at short notice and deal with all the nonsense from the NFF...folks here are just overreacting over a mere friendly with players inactive for nearly a year of no football, and the team missing its very key players. This much is clear, if Rohr doesn't get to the final of or wins the next AFCON then there's no point keeping him for obvious reasons, even his biggest supporters won't have any excuses for him anymore.


Very few are asking for his sack NOW.

What people are saying is that his performance as compared to his pay and support he has received is below PAR! Compared with previous coaches, he has not done anything special yet some are already telling us that he has the 'BEST' team!

We don't need a world class coach. We just need a coach who knows what he is doing and we will be fine. A coach who is obsessed with winning not one who is going to tournaments to go and learn.

Noted, you might as well name these coaches that are available right now?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2020 4:04 pm 
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Is it not the duty of the NFF to find coaches that meet these criteria?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2020 4:55 pm 
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gochino wrote:
Is it not the duty of the NFF to find coaches that meet these criteria?


And they picked Rohr......?

Rohr's achievement includes players like Ebuehi, Maduka and co.....special mention to Pinnick as well.... i think we are doing ok

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2020 7:17 pm 
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And they picked Rohr......?

Rohr's achievement includes players like Ebuehi, Maduka and co ....special mention to Pinnick as well.... i think we are doing ok

Achievement? He gave birth to them or created them in a lab?!
Bros, we hire our coaches to win trophies, not to simply implement FIFA regs. SMH

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