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 Post subject: Ndidi and Iborra
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Are fast becoming the best midfield pair in the premier league so far, between them I can't think of any club that has a more effective synergy... I watched the Leicester game against Spurs and the highlights of the match for me was how Ndidi and Iborra absolutely bossed that midfield, I also noticed Ndidi's passing has really improved (he provided the assist for Vardy's first goal), Iborra on his part is a tank, dude is probably one of the top CDM's in the EPL right now along with the likes of Kante, fernadinho, Matic etc... I'm glad leicester believe so much in Ndidi's quality and are giving him the respect that he deserves, right now he is our most in-form/influential player with a rising profile that will only get better after the world cup.


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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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I must say that boy wont be a Leicester player for long...he is heading Kante way!

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Ndidi is becoming to Leicester what Pobga is to Man U - the enabler. With Iborra now in the mix, they free up the speed and creativity of the front guys. The trick will be to get both to consistently perform at that high level as a unit. Do that, and Leicester will be a hard nut to crack.

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Tobi17 wrote:
Are fast becoming the best midfield pair in the premier league so far, between them I can't think of any club that has a more effective synergy... I watched the Leicester game against Spurs and the highlights of the match for me was how Ndidi and Iborra absolutely bossed that midfield, I also noticed Ndidi's passing has really improved (he provided the assist for Vardy's first goal), Iborra on his part is a tank, dude is probably one of the top CDM's in the EPL right now along with the likes of Kante, fernadinho, Matic etc... I'm glad leicester believe so much in Ndidi's quality and are giving him the respect that he deserves, right now he is our most in-form/influential player with a rising profile that will only get better after the world cup.


Ndidi only provided the pass for Mahrez goal, the second one..It is just a simple pass from MF and not a goal pass, Mahrez did the running, cutting through the middle and shooting..
For Vardy goal, it was McAlbrighton that played that wonderful pass over the top and very brilliant of Vardy to see the keeper off his line and attempt a one tocuh placement/loop.
So Sad Kelechi Iheanacho wasnt on the bench.. For me, he cant play the #9 role for Leicester, he should try to push for the the #8 role or Winger role... But a #8 role, the japanese dude is very versatile and covers more ground than him.. On the wings, Kelechi is just not as fast as the options available to Leicester, but he is far way too intelligent on the balls than their wing options..

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Ndidi only provided the pass for Mahrez goal, the second one..It is just a simple pass from MF and not a goal pass, Mahrez did the running, cutting through the middle and shooting..
For Vardy goal, it was McAlbrighton that played that wonderful pass over the top and very brilliant of Vardy to see the keeper off his line and attempt a one tocuh placement/loop.
So Sad Kelechi Iheanacho wasnt on the bench.. For me, he cant play the #9 role for Leicester, he should try to push for the the #8 role or Winger role... But a #8 role, the japanese dude is very versatile and covers more ground than him.. On the wings, Kelechi is just not as fast as the options available to Leicester, but he is far way too intelligent on the balls than their wing options..

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Ndidi is a beast and keeps getting better, that boys trajectory will land him at a top top team soon. Compare him to the useless bagayoko at Chelski, he will finish that guy, not even a contest!

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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chuks69 wrote:
Tobi17 wrote:
Are fast becoming the best midfield pair in the premier league so far, between them I can't think of any club that has a more effective synergy... I watched the Leicester game against Spurs and the highlights of the match for me was how Ndidi and Iborra absolutely bossed that midfield, I also noticed Ndidi's passing has really improved (he provided the assist for Vardy's first goal), Iborra on his part is a tank, dude is probably one of the top CDM's in the EPL right now along with the likes of Kante, fernadinho, Matic etc... I'm glad leicester believe so much in Ndidi's quality and are giving him the respect that he deserves, right now he is our most in-form/influential player with a rising profile that will only get better after the world cup.


Ndidi only provided the pass for Mahrez goal, the second one..It is just a simple pass from MF and not a goal pass, Mahrez did the running, cutting through the middle and shooting..
For Vardy goal, it was McAlbrighton that played that wonderful pass over the top and very brilliant of Vardy to see the keeper off his line and attempt a one tocuh placement/loop.
So Sad Kelechi Iheanacho wasnt on the bench.. For me, he cant play the #9 role for Leicester, he should try to push for the the #8 role or Winger role... But a #8 role, the japanese dude is very versatile and covers more ground than him.. On the wings, Kelechi is just not as fast as the options available to Leicester, but he is far way too intelligent on the balls than their wing options..


While your response is largely accurate, taken out of context, it waters down the contribution of the two midfielders which were immense from start to end. Especially, our boy, Ndidi, was a massive force early on and continued at that high level of midfield play through the end of the game. For me, he was the MOTM.

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Tobi17 wrote:
Are fast becoming the best midfield pair in the premier league so far, between them I can't think of any club that has a more effective synergy... I watched the Leicester game against Spurs and the highlights of the match for me was how Ndidi and Iborra absolutely bossed that midfield, I also noticed Ndidi's passing has really improved (he provided the assist for Vardy's first goal), Iborra on his part is a tank, dude is probably one of the top CDM's in the EPL right now along with the likes of Kante, fernadinho, Matic etc... I'm glad leicester believe so much in Ndidi's quality and are giving him the respect that he deserves, right now he is our most in-form/influential player with a rising profile that will only get better after the world cup.
Broaden your horizon, Nidid isn't our most influential, SE is no longer a one man team,. stop with the disrespect, We have Many players who can carry the team, Mikel, Moses, Ndidi, Balogun, Enyeama, Ighalo, Iwobi, Kele.. we do not depend on only one player... the SE is a collective unit

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oloye wrote:
I must say that boy wont be a Leicester player for long...he is heading Kante way!

that yeye Jose has been eyeing him,I wish uncle Mike was still at Chelsea..This guy will be very good at Chelsea

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field



So he has to be perfect. Pls, name 10 DM that can do the 10 things he “has” to do that also do wha he does. Pls, hurry! :laugh:

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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maceo4 wrote:
Ndidi is a beast and keeps getting better, that boys trajectory will land him at a top top team soon. Compare him to the useless bagayoko at Chelski, he will finish that guy, not even a contest!

Nice to note that you are apparently one of the few CEs who can change his opinion on players... :clap:

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field



So he has to be perfect. Pls, name 10 DM that can do the 10 things he “has” to do that also do wha he does. Pls, hurry! :laugh:



What kind of logic is this? Name 10 players that can do what Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar or Aguero can do.

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Repeating the exact same thing 5 different ways just to get to 10 points is fast becoming annoying.

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field



So he has to be perfect. Pls, name 10 DM that can do the 10 things he “has” to do that also do wha he does. Pls, hurry! :laugh:



What kind of logic is this? Name 10 players that can do what Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar or Aguero can do.


There are plenty of other “world class” strikers who don’t do certain things as well but are nonetheless top quality. Give us a list of the top DM who do all the things you listed.

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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Ayo,

1.u dey yan opaks on a constant basis
2.always offpoint
3.stop talking rubbish
4.either contribute something meaningful or shut up
5.useless 10 pointers
6.how many dms does the things you have listed here
7.can you define what a dm is
8. oh i forgot, you probably don't know cue Monaco-Lille post
9. thank God say you no be coach
10. Hope you get my point


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bushboy wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Repeating the exact same thing 5 different ways just to get to 10 points is fast becoming annoying.


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Gotti wrote:
maceo4 wrote:
Ndidi is a beast and keeps getting better, that boys trajectory will land him at a top top team soon. Compare him to the useless bagayoko at Chelski, he will finish that guy, not even a contest!

Nice to note that you are apparently one of the few CEs who can change his opinion on players... :clap:

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bushboy wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Repeating the exact same thing 5 different ways just to get to 10 points is fast becoming annoying.



Just ignore my threads and posts then please. I would appreciate it if you just "walk on by" whenever whenever I put anything on CE

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Okochadman2Nas wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Ayo,

1.u dey yan opaks on a constant basis
2.always offpoint
3.stop talking rubbish
4.either contribute something meaningful or shut up
5.useless 10 pointers
6.how many dms does the things you have listed here
7.can you define what a dm is
8. oh i forgot, you probably don't know cue Monaco-Lille post
9. thank God say you no be coach
10. Hope you get my point


Does anyone force you to come to CE? If you do not like what is posted here, just "walk on by."

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 Post subject: Re: Ndidi and Iborra
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Ayo Akinfe wrote:
bushboy wrote:
Ayo Akinfe wrote:
He has the potential to become a World Class player but needs to add more to his game:

[1] Shooting ability
[2] Defence splitting passes
[3] Scoring
[4] Driving forward and initiating attacks
[5] 50-yard passes
[6] Cross field passes
[7] Ensuring he never loses the ball when in possession
[8] Playmaking capability
[9] Taking set pieces
[10] Leadership on the field


Repeating the exact same thing 5 different ways just to get to 10 points is fast becoming annoying.



Just ignore my threads and posts then please. I would appreciate it if you just "walk on by" whenever whenever I put anything on CE
leave our forum, let us rest haba... go on vacation or something

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