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 Post subject: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 2:13 pm 
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The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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oga oo even the one with no hope of England senior callup that His Dad played active football in Nigeria for several years turned us down.


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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Na real wa. I think in his case, his dad actively tried to discourage him from playing for us too.

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Yes, but firstly let him proactively file for a switch in allegiance rather than only talking about wanting to play for Nigeria.

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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The problem with Nigerians is their DELUSIONAL mindset. a player performs week in and out at a BACKWATER team and you're suggesting that we cap him. tomorrow, when you're grouped against the likes of Messi, Aguero, Modric etc just don't expect miracles or feel entitled. we should be aiming for QUALITY players at QUALITY leagues in order to Progress. anything contrary and we will remain stagnant or even regress


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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Dammy wrote:
The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?


Dammynic, we will invite him when he is ready.

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The problem with Nigerians is their DELUSIONAL mindset. a player performs week in and out at a BACKWATER team and you're suggesting that we cap him. tomorrow, when you're grouped against the likes of Messi, Aguero, Modric etc just don't expect miracles or feel entitled. we should be aiming for QUALITY players at QUALITY leagues in order to Progress. anything contrary and we will remain stagnant or even regress

those players will be washed up by the next worldcup, so you are talking trash

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Dammy make we comot this one. His Dad was adamant about him not interested in the SE set up.
What has changed?


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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Dammy make we comot this one. His Dad was adamant about him not interested in the SE set up.
What has changed?

Water don find levels....

A phone call to Pinnick will make the difference....

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Dammy wrote:
The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?


Is that what they told you to say after they sent money to your account? havent you no shame, Dammy?

Most of us here are not children and are old enough to remember. And most of us here are not stup1d.

Iorfa REJECTED the Super Eagles and chose England. In fact the English FA invited him to train with the senior team during that international break to prove to him that they wanted him. It was all over sky sports. I saw it with my own korokoro eyes.

Additionally, his nasty father insulted Nigeria also and swore that his child will never play for us.


Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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danfo driver wrote:
Dammy wrote:
The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?


Is that what they told you to say after they sent money to your account? havent you no shame, Dammy?

Most of us here are not children and are old enough to remember. And most of us here are not stup1d.

Iorfa REJECTED the Super Eagles and chose England. In fact the English FA invited him to train with the senior team during that international break to prove to him that they wanted him. It was all over sky sports. I saw it with my own korokoro eyes.

Additionally, his nasty father insulted Nigeria also and swore that his child will never play for us.


Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.

Your madness did not start today. You obviously have serious comprehension issues. Where in my post did I call for his invitation?
Let me explain because of a dunce like you! I threw it open for discussion on CE and those who understand have commented unlike a demented goat like you! :taunt:
FYI, he was with the U21, when he was called up to train with the senior team. Dullard!

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Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.

Your madness did not start today. You obviously have serious comprehension issues. Where in my post did I call for his invitation?
Let me explain because of a dunce like you! I threw it open for discussion on CE and those who understand have commented unlike a demented goat like you! :taunt: [/quote]


Dammy, refund the money they have given you. if you have already eaten it, you will have to look for money to repay them! Just stop peddling posts on CE to push the names of your benefactors.

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FYI, he was with the U21, when he was called up to train with the senior team. Dullard!


And you left that out of your post thinking that most of us have forgotten what actually went down??

Dammy, refund the money they gave you and tell his nasty father that we have not forgotten the things he said about our country.

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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danfo driver wrote:
Dammy wrote:


Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.

Your madness did not start today. You obviously have serious comprehension issues. Where in my post did I call for his invitation?
Let me explain because of a dunce like you! I threw it open for discussion on CE and those who understand have commented unlike a demented goat like you! :taunt:



Dammy, refund the money they have given you. if you have already eaten it, you will have to look for money to repay them! Just stop peddling posts on CE to push the names of your benefactors.

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FYI, he was with the U21, when he was called up to train with the senior team. Dullard!


And you left that out of your post thinking that most of us have forgotten what actually went down??

Dammy, refund the money they gave you and tell his nasty father that we have not forgotten the things he said about our country.[/quote]
Unlike you, I'm not for sale but I know you are mentally incapacitated, so I'm not surprised at your lack of comprehension. :taunt:

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Danfo Driver are you lying?

https://www.thecable.ng/dominic-iorfa-l ... per-eagles

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Former Nigerian striker Dominic Iorfa has said that his son, Iorfa Jnr, must play for the Super Eagles as long he’s alive.

The ex-BBC Lions of Gboko forward said Paul Lambert, the manager of his son’s club, has denied him regular playing time since he expressed his willingness to play for Nigeria over England, his country of birth.

Of late, Eagles technical adviser, Gernot Rohr, has been meeting with many young Nigerian players in top European teams who are yet to be capped at all international levels by the countries of their birth.

One of the players he recently met with was Dominic Iorfa Jnr.

Iorfa said the Wolverhampton Wanderers manager no longer sees the need to develop his son since he intends to play for Nigeria.

“You know Rohr came to Wolves recently and met with my son (Dominic Jr) and Carl Ikeme (Wolverhampton’s first choice keeper),” Iorfa Snr said.

“Since he learned that my boy wants to play for Nigeria, he has been benching him. He believes there is no need developing him for Nigeria.

“I have said it that my son must play for Nigeria. Just that I want him to play for Nigeria when he is 23. But as long as I am alive, he must play for Nigeria. No be me born am?”

Dominic Iorfa Jnr is eligible to play for the Super Eagles as he is yet to be capped at full international level.

Iorfa has played for England at the U-18 and U-20 levels.

Born June 24, 1995, Iorfa Jnr has played 12 games so far for the England U-21 team.


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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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danfo driver wrote:
Dammy wrote:


Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.

Your madness did not start today. You obviously have serious comprehension issues. Where in my post did I call for his invitation?
Let me explain because of a dunce like you! I threw it open for discussion on CE and those who understand have commented unlike a demented goat like you! :taunt:



Dammy, refund the money they have given you. if you have already eaten it, you will have to look for money to repay them! Just stop peddling posts on CE to push the names of your benefactors.

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FYI, he was with the U21, when he was called up to train with the senior team. Dullard!


And you left that out of your post thinking that most of us have forgotten what actually went down??

Dammy, refund the money they gave you and tell his nasty father that we have not forgotten the things he said about our country.[/quote]
Unlike you I cannot be bought. The thread was started for intelligent responses and not for goats like you! :taunt:

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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We should be looking for players with the standard of Awaziem and Omerou and above or what’s the point?The player in question and his father saw fit to turn down Nigeria stating that England was his choice let’s not forget his failed intentions!

https://thenationonlineng.net/dominic-i ... 23-father/

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 Post subject: Re: Dominic Iorfa Jnr
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Dammy wrote:
The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?



Oga Dammy, che..... Southgate no get eye to see the boy's rave reviews? wetin consin us wit the cockney? :laugh:

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We should be looking for players with the standard of Awaziem and Omerou and above or what’s the point?The player in question and his father saw fit to turn down Nigeria stating that England was his choice let’s not forget his failed intentions!

https://thenationonlineng.net/dominic-i ... 23-father/
That is the only way to improve the quality of the squad. If you must replace, it must be with someone better or at the same level.

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Hmmm...thread don break leg o :o

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Dammy, refund the money they have given you. if you have already eaten it, you will have to look for money to repay them! Just stop peddling posts on CE to push the names of your benefactors.
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: i no go lie this was some funny ish :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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danfo driver wrote:
Dammy wrote:
The boy is receiving rave reviews as a central defender with early pacesetters in the championship, Sheffield Wednesday, on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He's turned Nigeria down in the past to concentrate on U21 duties with England, but he has since stated publicly that he would like to switch allegiance to Nigeria. Do we overlook the past and add him to our depth chart?


is that what they told you to say after they sent money to your account? havent you no shame, Dammy?

Most of us here are not children and are old enough to remember. And most of us here are not stup1d.

Iorfa REJECTED the Super Eagles and chose England. In fact the English FA invited him to train with the senior team during that international break to prove to him that they wanted him. It was all over sky sports. I saw it with my own korokoro eyes.

Additionally, his nasty father insulted Nigeria also and swore that his child will never play for us.


Please, stop it! If they have bought you, chop and clean mouth, but dont insult our intelligence.







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