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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 2:34 am 
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He now has 9 goals in Segunda B and his team is on track for promotion.

I must admit it I thought it was a terrible move for Sadiq, but if they make la liga next season it will have been a brilliant move.

Rohr must think outside the box. He did so with Okoye and look how it has paid off. I believe he can do similar with Sadiq Umar.

A player with pace, technique, the ability to score, dribble, assist, and hold up play.

I dont believe SE currently has a player with all these traits.

Rohr should identify these traits and call Sadiq up despite quite a few players playing at a higher level, I dont believe they possess Sadiq skill and I believe he can be a big hit for SE.

Other than Osimehn, I would prefer no other Nigerian striker.


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Sodiq is not a soft boy from Europe


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 3:33 am 
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vancity eagle wrote:
He now has 9 goals in Segunda B and his team is on track for promotion.

I must admit it I thought it was a terrible move for Sadiq, but if they make la liga next season it will have been a brilliant move.

Rohr must think outside the box. He did so with Okoye and look how it has paid off. I believe he can do similar with Sadiq Umar.

A player with pace, technique, the ability to score, dribble, assist, and hold up play.

I dont believe SE currently has a player with all these traits.

Rohr should identify these traits and call Sadiq up despite quite a few players playing at a higher level, I dont believe they possess Sadiq skill and I believe he can be a big hit for SE.

Other than Osimehn, I would prefer no other Nigerian striker.

Calling him up wouldn't really be outside the box if you noticed how well he did last season in Serbia with 17 goals and 17 assists, this season hasn't been too different in that regard and we already saw how well he did at the olympics despite being so young. He's probably the closest thing we have to Osimhen in what he brings in the attack, but he's still pretty clumsy which can either work to his advantage or be very frustrating.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 4:35 am 
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Awoniyi , Nacho and onuachu are all ahead of Sadiq unless SE selection is based on the last game we watched on tv.

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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Awoniyi , Nacho and onuachu are all ahead of Sadiq unless SE selection is based on the last game we watched on tv.


Awoniyi deserves a chance based on form, but does not have the total package like Sadiq

Nacho is a waste of a player, he has been so poor for SE, including missing 2 sitters against SL

Onuachu, the less said the better, he is a basketball player that does not fit into SE playing style. He has had many chances and has sucked so bad.

Sadiq has been on great form the past 2 seasons, chalked up many goals and assists, he offers something completely different. He has earned the right to be given a chance.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 11:28 am 
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Sunset wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
He now has 9 goals in Segunda B and his team is on track for promotion.

I must admit it I thought it was a terrible move for Sadiq, but if they make la liga next season it will have been a brilliant move.

Rohr must think outside the box. He did so with Okoye and look how it has paid off. I believe he can do similar with Sadiq Umar.

A player with pace, technique, the ability to score, dribble, assist, and hold up play.

I dont believe SE currently has a player with all these traits.

Rohr should identify these traits and call Sadiq up despite quite a few players playing at a higher level, I dont believe they possess Sadiq skill and I believe he can be a big hit for SE.

Other than Osimehn, I would prefer no other Nigerian striker.

Calling him up wouldn't really be outside the box if you noticed how well he did last season in Serbia with 17 goals and 17 assists, this season hasn't been too different in that regard and we already saw how well he did at the olympics despite being so young. He's probably the closest thing we have to Osimhen in what he brings in the attack, but he's still pretty clumsy which can either work to his advantage or be very frustrating.


The emboldened is what I have against him and I suspect this will make him struggle at the highest level. This was the same issue with Yekini earlier on in his career but he grew stronger and improved with age. But Sadiq will get his SE invite at some point in the future.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 5:26 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
Sunset wrote:
vancity eagle wrote:
He now has 9 goals in Segunda B and his team is on track for promotion.

I must admit it I thought it was a terrible move for Sadiq, but if they make la liga next season it will have been a brilliant move.

Rohr must think outside the box. He did so with Okoye and look how it has paid off. I believe he can do similar with Sadiq Umar.

A player with pace, technique, the ability to score, dribble, assist, and hold up play.

I dont believe SE currently has a player with all these traits.

Rohr should identify these traits and call Sadiq up despite quite a few players playing at a higher level, I dont believe they possess Sadiq skill and I believe he can be a big hit for SE.

Other than Osimehn, I would prefer no other Nigerian striker.

Calling him up wouldn't really be outside the box if you noticed how well he did last season in Serbia with 17 goals and 17 assists, this season hasn't been too different in that regard and we already saw how well he did at the olympics despite being so young. He's probably the closest thing we have to Osimhen in what he brings in the attack, but he's still pretty clumsy which can either work to his advantage or be very frustrating.


The emboldened is what I have against him and I suspect this will make him struggle at the highest level. This was the same issue with Yekini earlier on in his career but he grew stronger and improved with age. But Sadiq will get his SE invite at some point in the future.
Many players with long legs look 'clumsy' - and 'slow' for that matter. Especially strikers. Defenders less so.
Interestingly Kanu wasn't one of them, but many thought he was slow simply because he covered more ground per stride than the average player.
Ibrahimovic is another that never looked clumsy.

On the other hand, players like Peter Crouch, Onuachu, Simy Nwankwo and you might remember Brazil's Serginho. They all come or came across as 'clumsy' because of their height but they're probably not as bad as they appear(ed) to be.

I never thought Yekini was clumsy or slow though. But then again, he wasn't in the same height range.

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Even though he scored the third goal. I don't like what he did on that third goal. Still needs a lot of development. But won't hurt to call him up for a friendly.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:51 pm 
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Sadiq hasn't broken the barrier between good and great (just like Onyekuru), he needs a breakout season. However, he still has a bit of time on his side, so fingers crossed.


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Mr Shows wrote:
Sadiq hasn't broken the barrier between good and great (just like Onyekuru), he needs a breakout season. However, he still has a bit of time on his side, so fingers crossed.

Still has better potential than Onyekuru, goal scoring wise.

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ohenhen1 wrote:
Even though he scored the third goal. I don't like what he did on that third goal. Still needs a lot of development. But won't hurt to call him up for a friendly.


Me too. That 3rd goal was almost a bad decision


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What was he trying to do for that 3rd goal?
And the point blank miss for what would have been a 4th.

He is very clumsy but I love his runs and positioning.

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