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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 5:50 pm 
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Barth Ogbeche grabbed a vital 90th minute equalising goal for his side P.S.G. in the French cup. PSG were playing at home to Troyes and elimination would have been a shock one.
PSG eventually won the tie 3-2 after extra time.

IN the meantime, in the Spanish second Division, James Obiorah continued where he had left off before the Christmas break, by grabbing another goal for his side Cadiz. Unfortunately, the goal was useless as his side lost 2-1 at Levante.

Kingsley Ekeh has also scored in the Portugeuse First division. The match is still being played (60 minutes) and his side (beira mar) are losing 2-1 away to Moreirense.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 6:02 pm 
Paveman:

James Obiorah seems to be rounding back to form. I'm hoping that Cadiz wins promotion to the Primera Liga, so that we can see him in La Liga next season.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 6:03 pm 
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its about time ogbeche scored

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MYSTIC: With the defection of MArtins, I was wondering if he might have been in good enough form to challenge for a shirt at Faro. Then again, his club might have had problems releasing him.

By the way, PSG won the game 3-2.

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Good News Nigerian players are stepping up, i beg look for more news on Obiora ...


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 6:30 pm 
Paveman:

There is no bigger fan of Obiorah than myself, but I think that it rather late in the day to invite him. Besides, I don't see him as a replacement for Martins as he is more of an attacking midfielder cum striker, rather than an out and out striker.

That being said, an 'in form' Obiorah belongs on the national team, and I would love to see him back in the mix after the Cup of Nations.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 6:32 pm 
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Can someone post the goal clips please?


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Mytic: That's precisely what I meant. AN in-form Obiorah belongs to the SE.

Dudu: I'm sure Martin will be here giving us mmore information on Obiorah. He follows the Nigerians in the Spanish leagues very closely.

Taka: No goal clips that I know of. Try the club websites perhaps?

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Taka wrote:
Can someone post the goal clips please?


Taka-Taka-Taka--Welcome to the forum. Your request hard to do ooo.


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Paveman wrote:
Mytic: That's precisely what I meant. AN in-form Obiorah belongs to the SE.

Dudu: I'm sure Martin will be here giving us mmore information on Obiorah. He follows the Nigerians in the Spanish leagues very closely.

Taka: No goal clips that I know of. Try the club websites perhaps?


Thanks


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GUEST wrote:
Taka wrote:
Can someone post the goal clips please?


Taka-Taka-Taka--Welcome to the forum. Your request hard to do ooo.


thanks man


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2004 7:07 pm 
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Hope Ogbeche takes this form to camp and earn his place in Tunis, although competition is tough in that his department.

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Was it a beautifully crafted goal or one of those goal mouth scrambled? :|

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Ijapa,
A goal is a goal.

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pens wrote:
Ijapa,
A goal is a goal.


I'm serious..... - I just need to know his form. To a team a goal is a goal - but to a striker a goal is not always a goal - especially when one is trying to rate his stock
:shock: :shock: :shock:

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mystic wrote:
Paveman:

There is no bigger fan of Obiorah than myself, but I think that it rather late in the day to invite him. Besides, I don't see him as a replacement for Martins as he is more of an attacking midfielder cum striker, rather than an out and out striker.

That being said, an 'in form' Obiorah belongs on the national team, and I would love to see him back in the mix after the Cup of Nations.


With all due respect (that means I no wan fight) - I think we should drop this Martins issue - there is no need crying over spilt milk.

We just won't invite him when he really wants to come.

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Great news about Ogbeche! I didn't realise Obiorah had sank so low! I hope he hasn't be called to the ANC camp!

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Ogbeche's goal was a plum.

A wicked lob garnished with a def touch from the edge of the left side of the 18 yard box.

The boy was mobbed by his team mates.

Bato, Martins and Benji @ Juve are the future of the funk!

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I've now seen the goal - it was a fantastic chip almost on the goal line

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2004 4:56 pm 
OGBECHIE, men that is lovely news... IS LONG OVER DUE, how I wish we can start back dating it like PROMOTION. He may sure book a place in the list... pls more of that - then your shirt will be guarantee.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 05, 2004 5:30 pm 
Is it me or is it that when it is close to a tournament, WC or ANC, some of our fringe players put in a top performance capped by a goal and then fade away once the tournament kicks off


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I saw Ogbeche's goal on Canal +;what a lucky goal in the nick of time.


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