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LOVE TO SEE HIM GET A CHANCE TO BE NIGERIA'S NO. 1 SOMEDAY


Wishing him luck at the professional and international levels. When does the Olympic squad assemble and for those who know what are his chances of making the team and becoming no. 1?
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Nobody said abandon domestic players. Include all! We are all Nigerians.
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:We need to get one more Of these boys to commit:

Committed:
Spurs: Joseph Oluwayemi.
Fortuna Dusseldorf: Maduka Okoye


Arsenal: Arthur Okonkwo, not committed yet
West Ham: Daniel Jinadu, not committed yet
he was going to be part of the AFCOn, but got injured
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I heard there are 2 quality goalies in the league.....Npfl however we don't know their names
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:We need to get one more Of these boys to commit:

Committed:
Spurs: Joseph Oluwayemi.
Fortuna Dusseldorf: Maduka Okoye


Arsenal: Arthur Okonkwo, not committed yet
West Ham: Daniel Jinadu, not committed yet
he was going to be part of the AFCOn, but got injured
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Wow. See serious commitment to Nigeria. This guy's blood is Green White Green. This is what I like to see. Just like Iwobi.
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Damunk wrote:So what the hell happened to Alan Parcel?
Has he gone the same way as his peer Ian Natchow - unrecognizable? :blink:
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Damunk wrote:So what the hell happened to Alan Parcel?
He failed to deliver.
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How do the "young" local goalies like Oremade, Ogundare, and Adamu Abubakar compare to the foreign based goalies. There is also Jonathan Zaccala the 3rd choice at the U20 world cup.
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The YeyeMan wrote:
Damunk wrote:So what the hell happened to Alan Parcel?
He failed to deliver.
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Bell wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
nzeogwu wrote:We need to get one more Of these boys to commit:

Committed:
Spurs: Joseph Oluwayemi.
Fortuna Dusseldorf: Maduka Okoye


Arsenal: Arthur Okonkwo, not committed yet
West Ham: Daniel Jinadu, not committed yet
he was going to be part of the AFCOn, but got injured
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What's left? Give him a chance at the U23 and good luck to him. Hope he progresses to the senior team. Wonder why he never mentioned Balogun. Remind me to watch Dusseldorf next time they're on tv. Meanwhile, NFF should not abandon domestic players.
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How you go see his team on tv? He plays in the reserves and not in Fortuna's Bundesliga team.
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What has happened to Josh?
Looks like he is one of the young players recently released by his club, Tottenham.
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Damunk wrote: Sat Jul 02, 2022 5:34 am What has happened to Josh?
Looks like he is one of the young players recently released by his club, Tottenham.
On trial with Portsmouth

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Oluwayemi signs for Portsmouth
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Mark Ugboh (U19) on the bench for @fcmidtjylland in their Champions league qualifier
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GOALKEEPING TALENT EXTENDS AND IS PERMANENTLY PROMOTED
https://www.fcm.dk/nyheder/maalmandstal ... manent-op/
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The 18-year-old Nigerian goalkeeper, Mark Ugboh, has signed a five-year contract extension. He is also permanently promoted to the first team squad.

02/09/22
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In January, FCM signed the young goalkeeper, Mark Ugboh, from the partner club FC Ebedei. Since then, Ugboh has made his presence felt in the U19 team, just as he has regularly trained with the first team and sat on the bench in the Champions League qualifiers against AEK Larnaca and SL Benfica.

Now the club has seen enough to equip the Nigerian goalkeeper with a five-year contract extension. At the same time, he is promoted to the first team squad on a permanent basis.

- Mark is now ready to take the next step in his development and become a permanent part of the first team. Mark completes our goalkeeping team, so that with Elias Olafsson, Jonas Lössl and him we have a good combination of talent and experience, says sporting director Svend Graversen and continues:

- He is an exciting talent with a number of good facets in his game. At the same time, we are happy to be able to implement the first goalkeeper from FC Ebedei in FCM's first team. We look forward to following his development over the next few years, where he will be matched at an even higher level every day.

Mark Ugboh is also very happy about the contract extension, and he is now looking forward to taking the next step in his development.

- It really is a great privilege to train with the first team. When I came here I didn't think it would go so fast and I'm really happy with the improvements I've made. At the same time, I am incredibly proud to have signed a new contract, says Mark Ugboh and continues:

- I am part of a goalkeeping team with two incredibly strong goalkeepers, and I can learn a lot from them. During training they do well and I try to copy them. I'm sure I'll get even better from training with them.

A NATURAL GOALKEEPING TALENT
Goalkeeper coach Lasse Heinze sees great light in Mark Ugboh, and it is now FCM's task to take him to the next step.

- Mark has developed a lot in the last six months. There is still a long way to go, but when he came up here, he had never been given a goalkeeping role before. All the things he possessed were all something he had learned himself. Some of those things are not something you just learn. In the past year, we have focused particularly on his technical level, and he has really embraced that, and he is moving all the time.

- We believe in him, just as we believe in all our other goalkeepers from the academy. Now we need to have further developed Mark, so that hopefully one day he will play matches inside the MCH Arena. He is a calm goalkeeper who, despite his young age, looks like someone who has been in goal all his life. He is an offensive-minded goalkeeper and he has many of the basic things we want to see from our keepers.

The 18-year-old goalkeeper talent has played seven matches for the U19 team, in which he has kept a clean sheet in five of the matches. Six of the matches have been won, while only one has been lost.
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Sunset wrote: Mon Sep 05, 2022 8:34 pm GOALKEEPING TALENT EXTENDS AND IS PERMANENTLY PROMOTED
https://www.fcm.dk/nyheder/maalmandstal ... manent-op/
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The 18-year-old Nigerian goalkeeper, Mark Ugboh, has signed a five-year contract extension. He is also permanently promoted to the first team squad.

02/09/22
Christian Rothhausen
Photo: Daniel Stentz

In January, FCM signed the young goalkeeper, Mark Ugboh, from the partner club FC Ebedei. Since then, Ugboh has made his presence felt in the U19 team, just as he has regularly trained with the first team and sat on the bench in the Champions League qualifiers against AEK Larnaca and SL Benfica.

Now the club has seen enough to equip the Nigerian goalkeeper with a five-year contract extension. At the same time, he is promoted to the first team squad on a permanent basis.

- Mark is now ready to take the next step in his development and become a permanent part of the first team. Mark completes our goalkeeping team, so that with Elias Olafsson, Jonas Lössl and him we have a good combination of talent and experience, says sporting director Svend Graversen and continues:

- He is an exciting talent with a number of good facets in his game. At the same time, we are happy to be able to implement the first goalkeeper from FC Ebedei in FCM's first team. We look forward to following his development over the next few years, where he will be matched at an even higher level every day.

Mark Ugboh is also very happy about the contract extension, and he is now looking forward to taking the next step in his development.

- It really is a great privilege to train with the first team. When I came here I didn't think it would go so fast and I'm really happy with the improvements I've made. At the same time, I am incredibly proud to have signed a new contract, says Mark Ugboh and continues:

- I am part of a goalkeeping team with two incredibly strong goalkeepers, and I can learn a lot from them. During training they do well and I try to copy them. I'm sure I'll get even better from training with them.

A NATURAL GOALKEEPING TALENT
Goalkeeper coach Lasse Heinze sees great light in Mark Ugboh, and it is now FCM's task to take him to the next step.

- Mark has developed a lot in the last six months. There is still a long way to go, but when he came up here, he had never been given a goalkeeping role before. All the things he possessed were all something he had learned himself. Some of those things are not something you just learn. In the past year, we have focused particularly on his technical level, and he has really embraced that, and he is moving all the time.

- We believe in him, just as we believe in all our other goalkeepers from the academy. Now we need to have further developed Mark, so that hopefully one day he will play matches inside the MCH Arena. He is a calm goalkeeper who, despite his young age, looks like someone who has been in goal all his life. He is an offensive-minded goalkeeper and he has many of the basic things we want to see from our keepers.

The 18-year-old goalkeeper talent has played seven matches for the U19 team, in which he has kept a clean sheet in five of the matches. Six of the matches have been won, while only one has been lost.
:clap: :clap: :clap: Maybe, just maybe, he will rescue us from the crappy goalkeeping that we have been condemned to watch for years now.
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What is his height? Denmark produces top GKs so this is good for him.
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Third clean sheet in a row for Adeleye as his club sit 3rd on the table!! He has only conceded one goal this season :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Sunset wrote: Mon Sep 19, 2022 2:46 pm Third clean sheet in a row for Adeleye as his club sit 3rd on the table!! He has only conceded one goal this season :clap: :clap: :clap:

:clap: :clap: :clap: Maybe, there is still hope for Nigeria in that department.
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1Naija wont like this at all.... :D
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Cito wrote: Mon Sep 19, 2022 9:36 pm 1Naija wont like this at all.... :D
Sunset wrote: Mon Sep 19, 2022 2:46 pm Third clean sheet in a row for Adeleye as his club sit 3rd on the table!! He has only conceded one goal this season :clap: :clap: :clap:

Is the goalie related to Jagaban or from Ibadan?

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