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 Post subject: The unspoken truth
PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2019 6:54 pm 
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Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Tobi17 wrote:
Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:

you are still beating your chest about Cameroon,,, we cannot score..you think you people will score against a team yet to let in a goal..smh ...you keep letting your emotions get the best of you.

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:

you are still beating your chest about Cameroon,,, we cannot score..you think you people will score against a team yet to let in a goal..smh ...you keep letting your emotions get the best of you.

BP you be my guy but we will be fine trust me. As long as we don't play that rubbish line up like we did against Madagascar we will do fine... Chukwueze and Onyekuru HAVE TO START THAT GAME ON SATURDAY, we up our games whenever against the big teams so I know we will go out fighting.


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Rawlings wrote:
Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

Congrats to you guys, if there's something I admire about your team, it's the fact that you guys are fighters! Which opponents will Ghana be facing?


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Tobi17 wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:

you are still beating your chest about Cameroon,,, we cannot score..you think you people will score against a team yet to let in a goal..smh ...you keep letting your emotions get the best of you.

BP you be my guy but we will be fine trust me. As long as we don't play that rubbish line up like we did against Madagascar we will do fine... Chukwueze and Onyekuru HAVE TO START THAT GAME ON SATURDAY, we up our games whenever against the big teams so I know we will go out fighting.


Nah mehn. Rohr will start Ighalo and Musa


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Tobi17 wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

Congrats to you guys, if there's something I admire about your team, it's the fact that you guys are fighters! Which opponents will Ghana be facing?


Mali/Tunisia are the likeliest
Mauritania/Angola is possible

My preference is Tunisia.

I am having a really bad day because we missed Naija

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Rawlings wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

Congrats to you guys, if there's something I admire about your team, it's the fact that you guys are fighters! Which opponents will Ghana be facing?


Mali/Tunisia are the likeliest
Mauritania/Angola is possible

My preference is Tunisia.

I am having a really bad day because we missed Naija



Negro be quiet! Deep down we know you prayed against meeting Nigeria.

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:12 pm 
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Tobi17 wrote:
Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:


What is the basis of the truth of yours? Is it because Cameroon has never beaten us, or what exactly is based on? I wanted to beat Ghana silly, period.

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Tobi17 wrote:
Every Nigerian fan here was praying and hoping to somehow avoid Ghana in the KO stage, pride no go gree us say the truth but I definitely prefer facing Cameroon in the knock out stage than Ghana. Maybe it's a psychological thing but those midgets know how to turn up the heat whenever they face us... So we can now temporarily breathe a sigh of relief in our respective homes :rotf:


Yes, much like Ghanaians were praying so hard to avoid Nigeria and I know this because much of my workout buddies are Ghanaians.


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:14 pm 
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Babalawo wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

Congrats to you guys, if there's something I admire about your team, it's the fact that you guys are fighters! Which opponents will Ghana be facing?


Mali/Tunisia are the likeliest
Mauritania/Angola is possible

My preference is Tunisia.

I am having a really bad day because we missed Naija



Negro be quiet! Deep down we know you prayed against meeting Nigeria.


Oga,
With the record we have against Naija and with the Madagascar victory, I was confident this was the best time to BURY Naija

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Looks like Kongi has outsourced his famous "shaking" to Tobinco

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Rawlings wrote:
Babalawo wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Believe u me, I was really hoping for a Ghana-Naija matchup
The black stars always raise their game when they meet Nigeria

Congrats to you guys, if there's something I admire about your team, it's the fact that you guys are fighters! Which opponents will Ghana be facing?


Mali/Tunisia are the likeliest
Mauritania/Angola is possible

My preference is Tunisia.

I am having a really bad day because we missed Naija



Negro be quiet! Deep down we know you prayed against meeting Nigeria.


Oga,
With the record we have against Naija and with the Madagascar victory, I was confident this was the best time to BURY Naija

Well you missed your chances for now, we just need to take Cameroon off the way and then reboot for the worst possible challenge we might face. I want Ghana in the SF where all cards will be on the table!


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2019 7:19 pm 
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dont meet Ghana until the finals....if both get there


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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truemamamia wrote:
dont meet Ghana until the finals....if both get there


Insha Allah, we shall!

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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If Ghana qualifies to QF...Ghana will meet Dr Congo or Madagascar.
Sweet path to the cup


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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truemamamia wrote:
If Ghana qualifies to QF...Ghana will meet Dr Congo or Madagascar.
Sweet path to the cup


wow .... the path is smooth
I only wish we don't meet Mali. It's always 50-50

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Rawlings wrote:
truemamamia wrote:
If Ghana qualifies to QF...Ghana will meet Dr Congo or Madagascar.
Sweet path to the cup


wow .... the path is smooth
I only wish we don't meet Mali. It's always 50-50

Just do us a favor and get rid of those annoying North African teams if you meet any of them, I want a West African nation to lift this trophy.


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Rawlings wrote:
truemamamia wrote:
If Ghana qualifies to QF...Ghana will meet Dr Congo or Madagascar.
Sweet path to the cup


wow .... the path is smooth
I only wish we don't meet Mali. It's always 50-50


If Mali wins .... They will fall in the same bracket as Nigeria, Cameroun, Egypt, CIV and Algeria.. :thumbs:

If Mali wins, Ghana will get Tunsia or Mauritania. Tunisia is always tricky. But Ghana cant complain about the bracket which we find ourselves at this time.


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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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I have not watched a full game in this tournament. It's just not what it used to be.

Anyway, I don't know what the op is on about, but Cameroon has been Naija Daddy until Okocha came to the rescue. Ghana? For where?!!

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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I have not watched a full game in this tournament. It's just not what it used to be.

Anyway, I don't know what the op is on about, but Cameroon has been Naija Daddy until Okocha came to the rescue. Ghana? For where?!!

If you know your history very well you will know that Cameroon usually have the upper hand ONLY in the final game(although na mostly with ojoro) but at every other stage of the competition in the past, we have had the upper hand when the game didn't end in a draw. In Maroc 88 group B game we tied 1-1. In Senegal 92 we beat them in the 3rd place match 2-0 (I think but I know we won). In Tunisia 2004, we won 2-1 in the quarter finals.

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 Post subject: Re: The unspoken truth
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Robbynice wrote:
kolinzo wrote:
I have not watched a full game in this tournament. It's just not what it used to be.

Anyway, I don't know what the op is on about, but Cameroon has been Naija Daddy until Okocha came to the rescue. Ghana? For where?!!

If you know your history very well you will know that Cameroon usually have the upper hand ONLY in the final game(although na mostly with ojoro) but at every other stage of the competition in the past, we have had the upper hand when the game didn't end in a draw. In Maroc 88 group B game we tied 1-1. In Senegal 92 we beat them in the 3rd place match 2-0 (I think but I know we won). In Tunisia 2004, we won 2-1 in the quarter finals.

You dey mind Kolinzo, that's the result of following Yankee girls too much, Bobo don forget basic football history :taunt:


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