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Who’s watching this game? If the Nigerian players are over aged, I wonder what you’d call the Portuguese and the Koreans :?: :idea: :!:


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I don't think I've seen a team as stacked as this Portuguese team at this level.
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Define stacked :!:


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How can a youth team be stacked? :rotf:
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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:Define stacked :!:


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Good record keeping in Portugal.
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The best teams, I've seen so far are France, Italy, Colombia Senegal and Nigeria, with Portugal and Ukraine a step down.
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okidoki wrote:The best teams, I've seen so far are France, Italy, Colombia Senegal and Nigeria, with Portugal and Ukraine a step down.

What about New Zealand?
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Hmm. NZ hammered oooh. 5-0 on Honduras.
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ohenhen1 wrote:Good record keeping in Portugal.
Have u been there before?
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EMIR KONGI JAFFI JOFFA wrote:
ohenhen1 wrote:Good record keeping in Portugal.
Have u been there before?

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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:Who’s watching this game? If the Nigerian players are over aged, I wonder what you’d call the Portuguese and the Koreans :?: :idea: :!:


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Stop trying to console yourself. The Portuguese will definitely be under 20 and I also suspect the Koreans too. In our case we know that the first option that we choose is to cheat the system. Even at the level of the Channels kids cup, schools try to cheat. Before MRI test are used you'll see players who clearly know that they were well over 17 years appearing for trials. I have even experienced it myself, a friend of mine years ago who i know was 25 years old at the time brought his age down to 17 with the hope of trying out in the U17s and getting a contract abroad. In the NPFL, many players have multiple dates of birth why is this so? I believe this would be easy to check but the NFF MUST take the lead on this. For the next U20s, players born from 01 Jan 2001 are eligible so you can't tell me that we cannot discover the real ages of players from the next set. Original birth certificates, primary and secondary school reports should be used. There are clear factors that can determine if someone's an age cheat, such as graduation from secondary school over 6 years ago, or playing in the NNL or NPFL for over 6 years should all be red flags. I believe if we are serious we can eliminate it from our national teams.
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ohenhen1 wrote:Good record keeping in Portugal.
Ohe, Portugal is a poor European country with lots of migrants and may not have a very good record keeping outside Lisbon
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Adisboy wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:Who’s watching this game? If the Nigerian players are over aged, I wonder what you’d call the Portuguese and the Koreans :?: :idea: :!:


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Stop trying to console yourself. The Portuguese will definitely be under 20 and I also suspect the Koreans too. In our case we know that the first option that we choose is to cheat the system. Even at the level of the Channels kids cup, schools try to cheat. Before MRI test are used you'll see players who clearly know that they were well over 17 years appearing for trials. I have even experienced it myself, a friend of mine years ago who i know was 25 years old at the time brought his age down to 17 with the hope of trying out in the U17s and getting a contract abroad. In the NPFL, many players have multiple dates of birth why is this so? I believe this would be easy to check but the NFF MUST take the lead on this. For the next U20s, players born from 01 Jan 2001 are eligible so you can't tell me that we cannot discover the real ages of players from the next set. Original birth certificates, primary and secondary school reports should be used. There are clear factors that can determine if someone's an age cheat, such as graduation from secondary school over 6 years ago, or playing in the NNL or NPFL for over 6 years should all be red flags. I believe if we are serious we can eliminate it from our national teams.
I have no reason to console myself. Over what? I merely point out the fact that people like you are self hating punks who hinder Nigeria’s development at every level with their attitude of self deprecation. To you, a Nigerian is over aged simply because of the way he looks but a Portuguese who looks just as mature is not. After all to people like you, oyibo na oyibo :!:


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TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:
Adisboy wrote:
TonyTheTigerKiller wrote:Who’s watching this game? If the Nigerian players are over aged, I wonder what you’d call the Portuguese and the Koreans :?: :idea: :!:


Cheers.
Stop trying to console yourself. The Portuguese will definitely be under 20 and I also suspect the Koreans too. In our case we know that the first option that we choose is to cheat the system. Even at the level of the Channels kids cup, schools try to cheat. Before MRI test are used you'll see players who clearly know that they were well over 17 years appearing for trials. I have even experienced it myself, a friend of mine years ago who i know was 25 years old at the time brought his age down to 17 with the hope of trying out in the U17s and getting a contract abroad. In the NPFL, many players have multiple dates of birth why is this so? I believe this would be easy to check but the NFF MUST take the lead on this. For the next U20s, players born from 01 Jan 2001 are eligible so you can't tell me that we cannot discover the real ages of players from the next set. Original birth certificates, primary and secondary school reports should be used. There are clear factors that can determine if someone's an age cheat, such as graduation from secondary school over 6 years ago, or playing in the NNL or NPFL for over 6 years should all be red flags. I believe if we are serious we can eliminate it from our national teams.
I have no reason to console myself. Over what? I merely point out the fact that people like you are self hating punks who hinder Nigeria’s development at every level with their attitude of self deprecation. To you, a Nigerian is over aged simply because of the way he looks but a Portuguese who looks just as mature is not. After all to people like you, oyibo na oyibo :!:


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