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 Post subject: Lest we Forget
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Sierra Leone v Nigeria, 21 April 2001
Score 1-0 to Sierra Leone

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 Post subject: Re: Lest we Forget
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Sierra Leone v Nigeria, 21 April 2001
Score 1-0 to Sierra Leone


That was Bonfrere Jo .... who promised before the match that he would resign if we didn't beat Sierra Leone. At the time the Eagles were in danger of not qualifying for the World Cup. Also at the time Sierra Leone had played 4 matches, lost 4 matches, and scored 0 goals .... so Bonfrere's boast about beating them or resigning was kind of cowardly.

And then he lost to them. And didn't resign, so as not to lose a payoff from the predictable sack.

The late great Amodu Shuaibu (RIP) was hired to replace him. Amodu didn't just qualify, he kick-started a 16-year unbeaten streak in World Cup qualifying, and was responsible for the majority of victories during this streak. The streak finally ended when Rohr fielded an ineligible player against Algeria, which saw FIFA award Algeria a 3-0 victory over Nigeria.

Amodu was not allowed to manage Nigeria at either of the World Cups he qualified us for, and at the time of his death, some six years after he last managed the Eagles, he was still being owed his salary.

PS: If you are wondering why this "thesis" .... our treatment of Amodu still angers me. It really bugs me that he never managed us at the World Cup. The worst he could possibly have done is exit after three matches ..... like Lagerback ($1.5 million) and Rohr, who both got paid their salaries.

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 Post subject: Re: Lest we Forget
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The Eagle wrote:
1naija wrote:
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https://www.11v11.com/matches/sierra-leone-v-nigeria-21-april-2001-270529/


Sierra Leone v Nigeria, 21 April 2001
Score 1-0 to Sierra Leone


That was Bonfrere Jo .... who promised before the match that he would resign if we didn't beat Sierra Leone. At the time the Eagles were in danger of not qualifying for the World Cup. Also at the time Sierra Leone had played 4 matches, lost 4 matches, and scored 0 goals .... so Bonfrere's boast about beating them or resigning was kind of cowardly.

And then he lost to them. And didn't resign, so as not to lose a payoff from the predictable sack.

The late great Amodu Shuaibu (RIP) was hired to replace him. Amodu didn't just qualify, he kick-started a 16-year unbeaten streak in World Cup qualifying, and was responsible for the majority of victories during this streak. The streak finally ended when Rohr fielded an ineligible player against Algeria, which saw FIFA award Algeria a 3-0 victory over Nigeria.

Amodu was not allowed to manage Nigeria at either of the World Cups he qualified us for, and at the time of his death, some six years after he last managed the Eagles, he was still being owed his salary.

PS: If you are wondering why this "thesis" .... our treatment of Amodu still angers me. It really bugs me that he never managed us at the World Cup. The worst he could possibly have done is exit after three matches ..... like Lagerback ($1.5 million) and Rohr, who both got paid their salaries.


You have Backstabber Onigninde and many of his enablers here to thank for that.

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 Post subject: Re: Lest we Forget
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1naija wrote:
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1naija wrote:
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https://www.11v11.com/matches/sierra-leone-v-nigeria-21-april-2001-270529/


Sierra Leone v Nigeria, 21 April 2001
Score 1-0 to Sierra Leone


That was Bonfrere Jo .... who promised before the match that he would resign if we didn't beat Sierra Leone. At the time the Eagles were in danger of not qualifying for the World Cup. Also at the time Sierra Leone had played 4 matches, lost 4 matches, and scored 0 goals .... so Bonfrere's boast about beating them or resigning was kind of cowardly.

And then he lost to them. And didn't resign, so as not to lose a payoff from the predictable sack.

The late great Amodu Shuaibu (RIP) was hired to replace him. Amodu didn't just qualify, he kick-started a 16-year unbeaten streak in World Cup qualifying, and was responsible for the majority of victories during this streak. The streak finally ended when Rohr fielded an ineligible player against Algeria, which saw FIFA award Algeria a 3-0 victory over Nigeria.

Amodu was not allowed to manage Nigeria at either of the World Cups he qualified us for, and at the time of his death, some six years after he last managed the Eagles, he was still being owed his salary.

PS: If you are wondering why this "thesis" .... our treatment of Amodu still angers me. It really bugs me that he never managed us at the World Cup. The worst he could possibly have done is exit after three matches ..... like Lagerback ($1.5 million) and Rohr, who both got paid their salaries.


You have Backstabber Onigninde and many of his enablers here to thank for that.

Nigeria is that kind of country where even when you succeed with limited or no resources or assistance you are not seen as a valuable asset,I remember when Keshi took a rag tag Nigeria to Afcon victory in 2013 despite the NFF holding meetings to replace him before the quarter finals with CIV and he still stayed on after winning the competition surprisingly.
Any decent manager worth his salt shouldn’t waste his time with such ungrateful incompetent clowns.RIP Amodu and Keshi your stars will always shine over the fading nation!Rohr will be gone but they will replace him with another clown (no cliche needed) don’t mark my words as usual!

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 Post subject: Re: Lest we Forget
PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2020 9:52 pm 
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Eaglezbeak wrote:
1naija wrote:
The Eagle wrote:
1naija wrote:
Quote:
https://www.11v11.com/matches/sierra-leone-v-nigeria-21-april-2001-270529/


Sierra Leone v Nigeria, 21 April 2001
Score 1-0 to Sierra Leone


That was Bonfrere Jo .... who promised before the match that he would resign if we didn't beat Sierra Leone. At the time the Eagles were in danger of not qualifying for the World Cup. Also at the time Sierra Leone had played 4 matches, lost 4 matches, and scored 0 goals .... so Bonfrere's boast about beating them or resigning was kind of cowardly.

And then he lost to them. And didn't resign, so as not to lose a payoff from the predictable sack.

The late great Amodu Shuaibu (RIP) was hired to replace him. Amodu didn't just qualify, he kick-started a 16-year unbeaten streak in World Cup qualifying, and was responsible for the majority of victories during this streak. The streak finally ended when Rohr fielded an ineligible player against Algeria, which saw FIFA award Algeria a 3-0 victory over Nigeria.

Amodu was not allowed to manage Nigeria at either of the World Cups he qualified us for, and at the time of his death, some six years after he last managed the Eagles, he was still being owed his salary.

PS: If you are wondering why this "thesis" .... our treatment of Amodu still angers me. It really bugs me that he never managed us at the World Cup. The worst he could possibly have done is exit after three matches ..... like Lagerback ($1.5 million) and Rohr, who both got paid their salaries.


You have Backstabber Onigninde and many of his enablers here to thank for that.

Nigeria is that kind of country where even when you succeed with limited or no resources or assistance you are not seen as a valuable asset,I remember when Keshi took a rag tag Nigeria to Afcon victory in 2013 despite the NFF holding meetings to replace him before the quarter finals with CIV and he still stayed on after winning the competition surprisingly.
Any decent manager worth his salt shouldn’t waste his time with such ungrateful incompetent clowns.RIP Amodu and Keshi your stars will always shine over the fading nation!Rohr will be gone but they will replace him with another clown (no cliche needed) don’t mark my words as usual!

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