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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2021 2:38 am 
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Some of you guys are hilarious. You insist he’s not ready despite 2 back2back caps. I guess there’s a reason why you guys ain’t coaching the SuperEagles. I’d really love to hear what you’ll have to say when he gets a 3rd successive cap❗️


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So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.

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Damunk wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
txj wrote:
So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.


Not being harsh at all, it’s just the truth. I was excited about his upside after a few minutes of play vs Benin. It’s obvious he has talent, but when you see the poor decisions over and over you realize how poor the coaching in the local league must be if this is the best it has to offer. IMO he has a long way to go but the SE is more so for finished products and I don’t think he’s shown he belongs yet. But let’s see what Rohr does with him going forward.

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Damunk wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
txj wrote:
So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.

I noticed that he ran up to the players and stopped short of joining the celebrations. I wonder why?

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Looks like a good dribbler and I like his confidence. I need to watch some Enyimba games so I can truly assess his decision making in the final third. That can make or break a winger.


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Dammy wrote:
Damunk wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
txj wrote:
So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.

I noticed that he ran up to the players and stopped short of joining the celebrations. I wonder why?
Na complex.
E no easy.
Not sure he has been made to feel welcome but for some people, its very difficult.
Maybe he is just a very shy person.
He looked truly lost.

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Damunk wrote:
Dammy wrote:
Damunk wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
txj wrote:
So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.

I noticed that he ran up to the players and stopped short of joining the celebrations. I wonder why?
Na complex.
E no easy.
Not sure he has been made to feel welcome but for some people, its very difficult.
Maybe he is just a very shy person.
He looked truly lost.


It might be his personality. However, one thing I like about the kid is that it did not affect his play. He still had the gumption to take on opponents and to strike at goal without deferring too much. I love the lad and the fact that on the field he believed (at least outwardly) that he belonged.

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Dammy wrote:
Damunk wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
txj wrote:
So much hype about a player who did very little...

He has talent. But has a long ways to go...


Yep, if this is the best the local league has to offer then I see why Rohr hasn't really tapped into it. Definitely not ready for the SE, no time soon. But its always good to get these players exposure, but better done at youth teams or CHAN etc...
I think he showed a lot of promise and you guys are being a little too harsh on him. Misplaced passes? Wrong decision making? 'Captain' Ekong was just as bad, or worse. :idea:

Iwuala needs time to blend in and he def needs to build his confidence. Watch the celebrations after the Onuachu goal vs RoB and you'll see how he lacked the confidence to join in.
However, the exposure was good for him and tbh, it wasn't in any way evident that he wasn't on the same level as the other players.

More minutes will either make him or expose him. Nobody in that team should take their place for granted as there are players waiting to step in and Iwuala is legitimately one of such players.

I noticed that he ran up to the players and stopped short of joining the celebrations. I wonder why?
because he is intelligent and appropriately measured

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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.

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Lolly wrote:
I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?

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Enugu II wrote:
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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


Equally as bad. I have lost faith in Chukwueze especially when he is playing for Nigeria. I used to believe he would develop into a superstar but he seems to have slowed down and is not improving at all. He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.

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Lolly wrote:
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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.


Yes he was.

and it pains me to say it.

I think he will come good though.

Chukwueze struggles in a 442 both for club and country. He is much better when deployed as a wide forward in a 433.


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Lolly wrote:
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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


Equally as bad. I have lost faith in Chukwueze especially when he is playing for Nigeria. I used to believe he would develop into a superstar but he seems to have slowed down and is not improving at all. He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.


Thanks. Just checking on your evaluation of players.

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He may not get invited again when Kalu and Simon come back. Then you also have the likes of Ejuke, Osayi-Samuel, and Tosin Aiyegun waiting in the wings.


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He may not get invited again when Kalu and Simon come back. Then you also have the likes of Ejuke, Osayi-Samuel, and Tosin Aiyegun waiting in the wings.
What the hell is happening to Ejuke out there?
Seems he fell out of favour at his club.
I hope he's not regretting his move.

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Enugu II wrote:
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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


Equally as bad. I have lost faith in Chukwueze especially when he is playing for Nigeria. I used to believe he would develop into a superstar but he seems to have slowed down and is not improving at all. He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.


Thanks. Just checking on your evaluation of players.


So do you agree with my evaluation of both players?

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Damunk wrote:
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He may not get invited again when Kalu and Simon come back. Then you also have the likes of Ejuke, Osayi-Samuel, and Tosin Aiyegun waiting in the wings.
What the hell is happening to Ejuke out there?
Seems he fell out of favour at his club.
I hope he's not regretting his move.


Not really its just been a bad season for his team so far, he even assisted a goal in their most recent game

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He may not get invited again when Kalu and Simon come back. Then you also have the likes of Ejuke, Osayi-Samuel, and Tosin Aiyegun waiting in the wings.
What the hell is happening to Ejuke out there?
Seems he fell out of favour at his club.
I hope he's not regretting his move.


Not really its just been a bad season for his team so far, he even assisted a goal in their most recent game
:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I just don't want him to lose his belief in his dribbling ability.
Some teams/managers can coach it out of you, esp in young developing players.

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.........................the first time...................

1. The first time Chukwueze was in the team how did he behave?

2. The first time Osimhen was in the team how did he behave?

3. The first time Simon was in the team how did he behave?

4. The first time etc etc etc was in the team how did he behave?


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my goodness , what a player... wow , see dribbling with some serious pace and that goal was sick... this dude won't be a homebase for long...chei , the guy is LIT!!!!

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Lolly wrote:
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Lolly wrote:
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I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


Equally as bad. I have lost faith in Chukwueze especially when he is playing for Nigeria. I used to believe he would develop into a superstar but he seems to have slowed down and is not improving at all. He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.


Thanks. Just checking on your evaluation of players.


So do you agree with my evaluation of both players?


Not 100%. I need to see more of Iwuala but there is some Chukwueze in him that is a concern i.e. putting your head down and trying to get past several players instead of a simple pass. He does, however, have some really good movement and appears quite fast on the ball with seamless change of pace and direction.

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Enugu II wrote:
Lolly wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Lolly wrote:
Enugu II wrote:
Lolly wrote:
I am not impressed. His decision making is very suspect.


Lolly,

Just asking: How is Chukwueze's decision making?


Equally as bad. I have lost faith in Chukwueze especially when he is playing for Nigeria. I used to believe he would develop into a superstar but he seems to have slowed down and is not improving at all. He was the worst player on show against Lesotho.


Thanks. Just checking on your evaluation of players.


So do you agree with my evaluation of both players?


Not 100%. I need to see more of Iwuala but there is some Chukwueze in him that is a concern i.e. putting your head down and trying to get past several players instead of a simple pass. He does, however, have some really good movement and appears quite fast on the ball with seamless change of pace and direction.


Very Ikedia-ish to me than an Samu...

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