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cchinukw wrote:That's Rohr's deadbeat facial expression frustrates me.

You can't be what you are not. He is no coach.
Did he tell you he is/was a coach?

Those boys need to go rogue and just express themselves.
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zee wrote:
Lolly wrote:Etebo and Ndidi are being outplayed in the middle. They need to shake off their markers and give options for a pass.
Our coward coach setup a cowardly system......................and most smart coaches have figured it out.
They are not playing through the middle, they are using the wings, they know they’ll beat our markers if they are isolated, this is where Rohr suppose use likes of Moses to help out defensively...mschew anyways changes go soon come
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3- 5- 2 FORMATION PLEASE
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Algeria are predictable! They looking to put the balls behind our defence, they know we will make mistakes
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zakixxtra wrote:The coach's tactic is so wrong. A game like this you come out all attack
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marko wrote:Algeria have done their home work well it seems, still cant work out our formation, well there is still hope but they have to step up, take the game to them
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green4life wrote:We have zero control of this game. They’ve flooded our middle which forces Iwobi deeper and isolates Ighalo. We need to sacrifice a winger for a CM to regain control of the midfield battle. If Mikel is fit, he should enter as a DM and push up both Etebo and Ndidi into CM box to box roles. This should allow the wide men and ighalo get more touches on the ball.

352 is not a good formation when chasing a game.
We're not playing 3-5-2.

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maceo4 wrote:
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The real deal wrote:If you have a player of Chukwueze talent and cannot figure out how to isolate play and deploy him... your credential is questionable...
Samu has sucked, how can you blame the coach for that?
Stop talking nonsense................He is among our best players today, but I expect him to be miles better.
Simple question, has he beat his marker on his wing once? I’ve counted at least 3 times he was easily dispossessed.
Recount again and tell me how many fouls he earned .......................and the number of players that round him the moment he has the ball.
They know that we are playing a cowardly game.
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you guys are just some entitled football no nothing. when you come against big opposition its always going to be tough and difficult. just support your boys and coach
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green4life wrote:We have zero control of this game. They’ve flooded our middle which forces Iwobi deeper and isolates Ighalo. We need to sacrifice a winger for a CM to regain control of the midfield battle. If Mikel is fit, he should enter as a DM and push up both Etebo and Ndidi into CM box to box roles. This should allow the wide men and ighalo get more touches on the ball.

352 is not a good formation when chasing a game.
This. But then who do you sacrifice?
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Our boys are not clever on the ball.
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Well if Nigeria wants to win Afcon, we have go win it. We have to step up our game in the 2nd half. Show some urgency.
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soothsayer wrote:
The YeyeMan wrote:Our attacking patterns are non-existent.
Yeah, no rhyme or rhythm ..
Iwobi literally ran the ball into a dead end there no one pulling defenders...
Musa ran into the opposite direction that he should have gone. I was watching that and couldn't///
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Enyi wrote:
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Enyi wrote:Well....time to throw on Moses, Kalu, Onuacho and we can go out peacefully....this team is poor and not because there is no talent just cos the coach is clueless
Whatever they decide to throw into this game, it must not include Onuachu, you need fast, clever and ni be players to run around the Algerians, not a static bean pole
Oloye.... do u see Onyekuru, Oshimen coming in?.......u must admit that this coach is not it.....Algeria should be 3-0 up....

The coach has no clue, u have 35 goal a season strikers on the bench and u are playing Musa, Ighalo, Moses, Onuacho and half fit Kalu....come on. We don’t have a chance....

Semifinal is the least we get at AFCON... then the true coaches come out....Rohr is a cheerleader...clueless
All I can say is that this Algerian team is way better at the moment. My hope is as expected they tire and we come out smoking in the second half. The North African game intensity is about 40 mins, then from 60 minutes they become tired. I am hoping we are still within touching distance when this happens and we have sorted ourselves out
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Its a Goal wrote:This is the second time we will be conceding an own goal. Can't recall the last time this ever happened.
It has to do with Rohrs system, too much pressure on the defense, this causes individual errors. They are relying too much counter attacks.
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Algeria go so score more ...SE are no SE, this nah Coward Eagles ...no bite, cannot make 3 passes..Huff the ball to the wings and hope for the best...smh
..this team has zero clue on how to come back..Algeria v Senegal for Friday's final...golden bronze for a FC...smh
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john12 wrote:you guys are just some entitled football no nothing. when you come against big opposition its always going to be tough and difficult. just support your boys and coach
Coward, enough!

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zee wrote:
Lolly wrote:Etebo and Ndidi are being outplayed in the middle. They need to shake off their markers and give options for a pass.
Our coward coach setup a cowardly system......................and most smart coaches have figured it out.
Set up not the problem. Our players are being marked and closed down quickly before they have time to think of what to do. This is where you need players with quick feet and quick brain.
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delisyomie don wrote:3- 5- 2 FORMATION PLEASE
I heard people say we don't have the personnel to play the formation, else I think we need the 3-5-2 rampaging formation. Not many teams survived when we used it
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Its a Goal wrote:Seriously we are have not done well in the first half. Hopefully we will change the strategy and get the likes of Chukwueze, Musa and Iwobi more into the game. Ighalo hasn't had any decent service to work with. Maybe to bring in Onuachu so that we can lob the ball to him to knock down for Ighalo.
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Folks, hate to say this - Moses Simon's name is written all over this game on the wing attack
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icee wrote:Folks, hate to say this - Moses Simon's name is written all over this game on the wing attack
They don’t want to say it lol
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