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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2020 7:34 pm 
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Nigeria remains on course to qualify for Nations Cup despite lacklustre draw in Freetown - See more at: https://bit.ly/32SMTYy

We once more fail;ed to beat lowly Sierra Leone, managing only two shots on target throughout the 90 minutes. There is no two ways about this, Gernot Rohr has to go as he has clearly taken the team as far as he can and the only way from here is downwards.

Already, our African contemporaries like Algeria, Cameroon and Senegal have all already qualified for the tournament with two games to spare. Nigerian, however, still has to face the ignominy of two more games away in Cotonou and at home to Lesotho.

Once upon a time, Gernot Rohr used to qualify Nigeria for tournaments with two matches to spare. However, the poor man is way past his best now as his team selections, tactics and substitutions show, so it is time for him to retire from the game that has left him behind.

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Thank God we don't have to endure your 10 pts borefest


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2020 8:10 pm 
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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Nigeria remains on course to qualify for Nations Cup despite lacklustre draw in Freetown - See more at: https://bit.ly/32SMTYy

We once more fail;ed to beat lowly Sierra Leone, managing only two shots on target throughout the 90 minutes. There is no two ways about this, Gernot Rohr has to go as he has clearly taken the team as far as he can and the only way from here is downwards.

Already, our African contemporaries like Algeria, Cameroon and Senegal have all already qualified for the tournament with two games to spare. Nigerian, however, still has to face the ignominy of two more games away in Cotonou and at home to Lesotho.

Once upon a time, Gernot Rohr used to qualify Nigeria for tournaments with two matches to spare. However, the poor man is way past his best now as his team selections, tactics and substitutions show, so it is time for him to retire from the game that has left him behind.

Ayo where are the points (the 10 points)? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: E be like say you don taya

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2020 1:04 pm 
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Odas wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
Nigeria remains on course to qualify for Nations Cup despite lacklustre draw in Freetown - See more at: https://bit.ly/32SMTYy

We once more fail;ed to beat lowly Sierra Leone, managing only two shots on target throughout the 90 minutes. There is no two ways about this, Gernot Rohr has to go as he has clearly taken the team as far as he can and the only way from here is downwards.

Already, our African contemporaries like Algeria, Cameroon and Senegal have all already qualified for the tournament with two games to spare. Nigerian, however, still has to face the ignominy of two more games away in Cotonou and at home to Lesotho.

Once upon a time, Gernot Rohr used to qualify Nigeria for tournaments with two matches to spare. However, the poor man is way past his best now as his team selections, tactics and substitutions show, so it is time for him to retire from the game that has left him behind.

Ayo where are the points (the 10 points)? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: E be like say you don taya


I must confess Rohr has worn me out. However, here is my shortlist of 10 to replace him:

[1] Marcelo Bielsa
[2] Pep Guadiola
[3] Jurgen Klopp
[4] Roberto Mancini
[5] Ruud Guillit
[6] Frank Rijkaard
[7] Jurgen Klinsman
[8] Mauricio Pochettino
[9] Jose Mourinho
[10] Diego Simeone

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