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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2021 11:33 pm 
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Chance to be a panellist.

Why?

Fox News and their dumb panellists must sweet you well well.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 11:40 am 
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SPORTAFCON: NFF unveils Super Eagles players for Benin, Lesotho ties
[See list]Published on March 9, 2021 By Seun Opejobi
https://dailypost.ng/2021/03/09/afcon-nff-unveils-super-eagles-players-for-benin-lesotho-ties-see-list/

The Nigerian Football Federation, NFF, has released a 24-man list for the All African Cup of Nation, AFCON, 2022 qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho.

Super Eagles will take on Benin Republic in Cotonou on March 27 and Lesotho in Lagos on March 30.

Nigeria is in search of just one point from the two matches to book their place in the tournament to be hosted by Cameroon next year.

However, NFF released the list of invited players on its verified Twitter handle, on Tuesday.

Six players were put on stand-by for the ties.

Full list below:

Goalkeepers
M. Okoye
F. Uzoho
J. Nobble

Defenders
W. Ekong
K. Omeruo
L. Balogun
C. Awaziem
J. Collins
Z. Sanusi
0. Aina
T. Ebuehi

Midfielders
W. Ndidi
0. Etebo
S. Ajayi
S. Abdullahi
J. Aribo

Forwards
A. Musa
M. Simon
A. Iwobi
S. Kalu
V. Osimen
K. Iheanacho
S. Chukwueze
S. Umar

Stand-by
Akpeyi
Onuachu
Moffi
Onyekuru
Olise
Olayinka
Adekunle Adeleke (Abia Warriors)


NOT ON INITIAL LIST
Anayo Iwuala (Enyimba)


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 2:52 pm 
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Enugu II wrote:
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SPORTAFCON: NFF unveils Super Eagles players for Benin, Lesotho ties
[See list]Published on March 9, 2021 By Seun Opejobi
https://dailypost.ng/2021/03/09/afcon-nff-unveils-super-eagles-players-for-benin-lesotho-ties-see-list/

The Nigerian Football Federation, NFF, has released a 24-man list for the All African Cup of Nation, AFCON, 2022 qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho.

Super Eagles will take on Benin Republic in Cotonou on March 27 and Lesotho in Lagos on March 30.

Nigeria is in search of just one point from the two matches to book their place in the tournament to be hosted by Cameroon next year.

However, NFF released the list of invited players on its verified Twitter handle, on Tuesday.

Six players were put on stand-by for the ties.

Full list below:

Goalkeepers
M. Okoye
F. Uzoho
J. Nobble

Defenders
W. Ekong
K. Omeruo
L. Balogun
C. Awaziem
J. Collins
Z. Sanusi
0. Aina
T. Ebuehi

Midfielders
W. Ndidi
0. Etebo
S. Ajayi
S. Abdullahi
J. Aribo

Forwards
A. Musa
M. Simon
A. Iwobi
S. Kalu
V. Osimen
K. Iheanacho
S. Chukwueze
S. Umar

Stand-by
Akpeyi
Onuachu
Moffi
Onyekuru
Olise
Olayinka
Adekunle Adeleke (Abia Warriors)


NOT ON INITIAL LIST
Anayo Iwuala (Enyimba)




It appears to me that the NFF remains optimistic about several of these players being present for the upcoming games. This, I believe, is why replacements are being made in ad hoc basis at this time. YET the clock continues to TICK.

In my view, such optimism may well be misplaced given the fact that: (1) there is no FIFA edict to force these players to be present, (2) pressure from European clubs not to have these players travel, and (3) previously reported compensation problems in the team camp that may embolden none appearance of these lads on this occasion given the ready excuses provided already by the two previous points.

Ultimately, I feel that there is likely to be a late scramble to scramble enough players together for these games. The NFF promises to fly the players straight to the venue does not appear to me to be enough to fuel the fears. Just my thoughts.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:04 pm 
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Prof, e be like you like panadol. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
If the NFF are not panicking it is more likely because they are in constant communication with the players, either through the federation or through Rohr himself.

Our own is not to join in the panic, or add to the hysteria. :rotf: :rotf:

Remember that this pandemic problem is world wide and Europe in particular (apart from the UK) is already braced for a third wave - France, Germany, Poland and Italy for starters.

Yet I am not reading too many reports about game cancellations or player restrictions. In fact, the commentators during the Man Utd UEFA game were talking about players "looking forward to the international break'' to go play in their countries.

So let's not work ourselves into a frenzy.
I know the trend nowadays is to show how "useless" the NFF is, but many of us are not ready to add to the negative vibe based on speculative reporting.

My problem is with that pitch and the team's transport arrangements to Rep of Benin

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 3:10 pm 
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Damunk,

On the contrary, the NFF is panicking, I will argue.

If you are following reports, you will notice. Here are some clues....

1. A plan to get the team to destination by ship or boat.

2. Plan #1 ditched and now a promise to fly them to destination and back.

3. A note that they are in constant talk with the clubs.

Bros, if the above does not denote panicking, I wonder what panicking is?

For me, I am concerned. What is consoling, though, is that Benin Republic has not fared better than us. They are also in tatters. In my view, all we need is 13 players from the original list or so and we should be good to go.



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Prof, e be like you like panadol. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
If the NFF are not panicking it is more likely because they are in constant communication with the players, either through the federation or through Rohr himself.

Our own is not to join in the panic, or add to the hysteria. :rotf: :rotf:

Remember that this pandemic problem is world wide and Europe in particular (apart from the UK) is already braced for a third wave - France, Germany, Poland and Italy for starters.

Yet I am not reading too many reports about game cancellations or player restrictions. In fact, the commentators during the Man Utd UEFA game were talking about players "looking forward to the international break'' to go play in their countries.

So let's not work ourselves into a frenzy.
I know the trend nowadays is to show how "useless" the NFF is, but many of us are not ready to add to the negative vibe based on speculative reporting.

My problem is with that pitch and the team's transport arrangements to Rep of Benin

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2021 5:38 pm 
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Cellular wrote:
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Chance to be a panellist.

I suggest Scipio Africanus, Yeyeman and Danfo Driver as panelists.

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I suggest, 1 minute silence for Suya and other departed CEs.
Great idea. :thumb:

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Regarding this Friday Zoom session, here are a few ground rules:

i. All forum rules continue to apply. Please, be civil and cordial with each other.

ii. Anyone that wishes to speak MUST have their camera switched on. When not speaking, attendees are free to keep cameras switched off if they so wish, apart from the moderators of course. ALL microphones should remain muted.

iii. Attendees should identify themselves by their CE handles, just to keep the discussions in context. If you prefer using your personal name, that is entirely your prerogative. But please have a way of also listing your CE handle.

iv. The moderator and host of the event is going to be Prof. Enugu-II. The confirmed panellists are Damunk, Txj and the erstwhile Super Eagles Media Office, Toyin Ibitoye. Any and all CE members are welcome to participate.

v. Time limits: Will be stated by the host.

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How long is this for?

There's no end time listed. Does it go on in perpetuity?

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SUPER EAGLES v Benin Republic [AFCON QUALIFIER]

PRE-MATCH--------PRE-MATCH


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Pre-match program on Zoom hosted by Cybereales is scheduled for Friday, March 26 at the Following Times

EVENT TIME

NIGERIA 5:00p.m
USA EDT 12noon
LONDON 4:00p.m


Event features Txj and Damunk discussing the Super Eagles pre-game! Host is Enugu II.

** Super Eagles Toyin Ibitoye, most recent Media Officer of the Super Eagles will join both TXJ and Damunk**

Guests will have opportunity to Chime in. Explosive Discussions! Bare it all!!


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Time: Mar 26, 2021 05:00 PM Nigerian Time

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Pre-match program on Zoom hosted by Cybereales is scheduled for Friday, March 26 at the Following Times

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EVENT TIME

NIGERIA 5:00p.m -- 6:00p.m
USA EDT 12noon -- 1:00p.m
LONDON 4:00p.m -- 5:00p.m


Event features Txj and Damunk discussing the Super Eagles pre-game! Host is Enugu II.

** Super Eagles Toyin Ibitoye, most recent Media Officer of the Super Eagles will join both TXJ and Damunk**


Guests will have opportunity to Chime in. Explosive Discussions! Bare it all!!


The Link to Join the Event is below:


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Topic: Super Eagles AFCON Qualification Pre-game Discussions
Time: Mar 26, 2021 05:00 PM Nigerian Time

Join Zoom Meeting
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26th or 27th?

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26th or 27th?



Bushboy, thanks for the point above.

Friday (today) 26th of March is the pre-game show i.e. in less than an hour.

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 27 is the post-match show.

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Will join for a bit in a sec!!

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folks are in, there are only 19 participants

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The "experts" we are listening to are txj and Damunk...so plan your time accordingly :)

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nanijoe wrote:
The "experts" we are listening to are txj and Damunk...so plan your time accordingly :)

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: they don't wanna speak the truth, damunk is a voltron, saying that **** isn't a failure

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Now 20. Uncle 1naira's phone is too old for zoom.

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