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 Post subject: Lagos
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What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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I have my concerns but the NFF hierarchy are happy with the experiment and they are planning to give Lagos the hosting rights for future matches. They would even consider using the same stadium if the National Stadium across the road is not ready.

My main issue is distraction. Eko Hotel was like a marketplace on the day of the match. Friends, family members and fans showed up.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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I have my concerns but the NFF hierarchy are happy with the experiment and they are planning to give Lagos the hosting rights for future matches. They would even consider using the same stadium if the National Stadium across the road is not ready.

My main issue is distraction. Eko Hotel was like a marketplace on the day of the match. Friends, family members and fans showed up.


Waay too many distractions in Lagos. If they are going to put them there they need a different hotel and training area.

I heard about some nightlife shenanigans too.

I dont like it.


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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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I have my concerns but the NFF hierarchy are happy with the experiment and they are planning to give Lagos the hosting rights for future matches. They would even consider using the same stadium if the National Stadium across the road is not ready.

My main issue is distraction. Eko Hotel was like a marketplace on the day of the match. Friends, family members and fans showed up.


Waay too many distractions in Lagos. If they are going to put them there they need a different hotel and training area.

I heard about some nightlife shenanigans too.

I dont like it.


I mentioned it to one of the senior NFF officials and his response was that “this is the most disciplined SE set of players in a very long time”. I didn’t want to tell him what I saw with my own eyes that night.

If it has to be Lagos, then it must be Federal Palace Hotel. And the security must be much tighter that what currently obtains at Eko Hotel.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Lagos has always provided a lot of distractions, but we went unbeaten for 20-something years there, before Cameroon cheated their way to that 2000 ANC Finals.


What we should seriously consider, is to build a camp for all our national teams, like the French's Clairefontaine. Fans or family or friends cannot get into the compound, or if strategically located, they cant even get into the area.

I am not sure we have the foresight to do this, because I dont think its a money issue. They'd rather be spending money on hotel every time our national team plays.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Ha. Lagos na Jamboree. too much distraction and hotel to training pitch traffic na DIE!!!

Then all sorts of Olosho go infiltrate their hotels no matter the type of security.

Then nightlife would distract them especially when celebs start inviting them out for chills, clubbing and sex romps. Imagine Davido decides to host Iwobi, Aina, Ebuehi and Nacho to such events.


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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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BUt we've missed SE in their ancestral home. Im sure the "Lagos" boys in the team would be glad to be home.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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1naija wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
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What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
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What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
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What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.


Uyo is a good local stadium, but not international standard.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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We need to go back to the "Hell in Surulere"

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.


Uyo is a good local stadium, but not international standard.


I don’t think you know what you are saying.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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muzines wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.


Uyo is a good local stadium, but not international standard.


I don’t think you know what you are saying.


I know for sure you don't know what you are saying

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
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danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.


Uyo is a good local stadium, but not international standard.


Are you mixing up Uyo Stadium with Calabar? :blink:

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Cito wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
Lolly wrote:
1naija wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
What are your thoughts about our return to our ancestral home?


The most horrible stadium so far. Dark and Gloomy. Dark ages stadium...

:boo: :boo: :boo:


The stadium isn't that bad. It just needs a bit of touch up. The main issues I have are the small compound space and the closeness to residential and commercial spots. It was squeezed into very small space. You need to se the crowd that was outside the stadium that day, blocking the main access road to some parts of Surulere.


They need to fix the National stadium Abuja. Thats our best stadium, period.


Not sure about Abuja being our best stadium. Uyo is probably better.


Uyo is a good local stadium, but not international standard.


Are you mixing up Uyo Stadium with Calabar? :blink:


Is the Uyo stadium on the same level as the Abuja stadium if the Abuja stadium was frunctional?

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Abuja and Uyo are our best stadiums, both are world class with Uyo being a smaller version of Abuja.

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Lagos all day long with all the 'distractions'... there is something in the 'distractions' that keeps the Super Eagles going. Any professional that can't perform to SE standard due to distractions should opt for Benin Republic. Porto Novo is quiet :thumbs:

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me i like Lagos, because we will yab and throw swan water bottles at the SE , when they start yeye football...and we can injure **** easily for useless football

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 Post subject: Re: Lagos
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Agberos and Alayes like jagajaga environment, so I am not surprised by the love fest....

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Any attempt to move the Super Eagles to any area that may lead to exposure to burukutu under the guise of quietness shall be brutally resisted. If at all we consider any other venue outside of Lagos then it's going to be Liberty Stadium Ibadan, renovated or not, all na tactical advantage! :thumbs:

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me i like Lagos, because we will yab and throw swan water bottles at the SE , when they start yeye football...and we can injure **** easily for useless football


I swear, this dude must be a thug in real life :shock: :shock:.


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