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how come many here ignore him? for me he should not wear the number 10 shirt
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Ifeanyi Matthew
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All these guys definitely can't do any worse than Aribo, the fact that Aribo dons that prestigious #10 shirt shows how badly our standard of football has fallen.
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I have defended him in the past, but I cannot do so anymore. He is very average and doesn't do much. He needs to be replaced going forward.

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All the above names will fail wearing the same shirt….

The coach that played him, how did he motivate him?

Is that position the best for Aribo?

Iwobi struggles in that same position….not because he is poor but because IT IS NOT TRULY AN AM ROLE.

That Role in that formation is Onyeka’s best position
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I am still struggling to understand what exactly he brings to the table, how can anyone take him instead of Nwakali? Naija sef!
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Enyi wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 1:32 pm All the above names will fail wearing the same shirt….

The coach that played him, how did he motivate him?

Is that position the best for Aribo?

Iwobi struggles in that same position….not because he is poor but because IT IS NOT TRULY AN AM ROLE.

That Role in that formation is Onyeka’s best position
It is true that role is not best for Aribo or Iwobi.

But at least with Iwobi you see the potential and he still can influence the game positively.

Aribo does nothing. He is not it, and needs to be replaced.
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No confidence whatsoever. Sad to see.
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airwolex wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 2:12 pm No confidence whatsoever. Sad to see.
Correct. Confidence is shot. You can even see it in interviews. Southampton have ruined him. He needs out of there.
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gochino wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 1:43 pm I am still struggling to understand what exactly he brings to the table, how can anyone take him instead of Nwakali? Naija sef!
Without agreeing with you on Nwakali, I agree with you on the table matter. :thumb:
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vancity eagle wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 1:50 pm
Enyi wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 1:32 pm All the above names will fail wearing the same shirt….

The coach that played him, how did he motivate him?

Is that position the best for Aribo?

Iwobi struggles in that same position….not because he is poor but because IT IS NOT TRULY AN AM ROLE.

That Role in that formation is Onyeka’s best position
It is true that role is not best for Aribo or Iwobi.

But at least with Iwobi you see the potential and he still can influence the game positively.

Aribo does nothing. He is not it, and needs to be replaced.
He does not fit in ur system…. Don’t take him that’s down in the coach. Can we agree on that at least….

For ppl calling in Nwakali….based on what? This guy will be in Naija football hall of fame and achieved nothing…


Yesterday’s game showed the limitation of Peseiro…. It’s either that he is not good enough OR he is easily controlled…..

Either way, as a SE supporter, he needs to go!!
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The Nwakali hype on CE is Nauseating!

Aribo is performing below average. The sooner we search for a true AM the better.
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Aribo looked very heavy.
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Aribo looked very heavy.
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Babalawo wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 2:54 pm The Nwakali hype on CE is Nauseating!

Aribo is performing below average. The sooner we search for a true AM the better.
Nauseating is definitely an extreme reaction (you get belle?), but yeah, I don’t get the hype.
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What is there to say, honestly!

I am hoarse! I told you people and someone came here twerking with one yansh that Aribo played 6 games in the Championship. I truly do not blame you guys. I am tired! I have complained about Div 2 benchwarmers and you guys told me to keep quiet! This is the result.

In the first game, I said that if Aribo came in, he will not be able to handle it and may even collapse on the pitch (God forbid bad thing). The same CE member appeared, twerking again, this time with the second bumbum, talking about "6 games!"

Aside from the fact that Aribo is a below average footballer, we are asking a guy who has not played regular football this season to play in that hot weather against guys who are fit as nails??!!! Una wan kill the guy?! Dude couldnt run!

You guys desecrated out jersey by allowing taxi drivers and hey yous to wear it, and now you have desecrated our iconic number 10 jersey.
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danfo driver wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 3:41 pm What is there to say, honestly!

I am hoarse! I told you people and someone came here twerking with one yansh that Aribo played 6 games in the Championship. I truly do not blame you guys. I am tired! I have complained about Div 2 benchwarmers and you guys told me to keep quiet! This is the result.

In the first game, I said that if Aribo came in, he will not be able to handle it and may even collapse on the pitch (God forbid bad thing). The same CE member appeared, twerking again, this time with the second bumbum, talking about "6 games!"

Aside from the fact that Aribo is a below average footballer, we are asking a guy who has not played regular football this season to play in that hot weather against guys who are fit as nails??!!! Una wan kill the guy?! Dude couldnt run!

You guys desecrated out jersey by allowing taxi drivers and hey yous to wear it, and now you have desecrated our iconic number 10 jersey.
Bros it's not about 1st division or 2nd division.

Equatorial Guinea is filled with 2nd and 3rd division players and they are putting our guys to shame.

A 3rd division converted striker is making a complete mockery of African player of the Year.

That being said Aribo is piss poor, no matter what division he plays in. He should no longer be in the team.
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vancity eagle wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 3:45 pm
danfo driver wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 3:41 pm What is there to say, honestly!

I am hoarse! I told you people and someone came here twerking with one yansh that Aribo played 6 games in the Championship. I truly do not blame you guys. I am tired! I have complained about Div 2 benchwarmers and you guys told me to keep quiet! This is the result.

In the first game, I said that if Aribo came in, he will not be able to handle it and may even collapse on the pitch (God forbid bad thing). The same CE member appeared, twerking again, this time with the second bumbum, talking about "6 games!"

Aside from the fact that Aribo is a below average footballer, we are asking a guy who has not played regular football this season to play in that hot weather against guys who are fit as nails??!!! Una wan kill the guy?! Dude couldnt run!

You guys desecrated out jersey by allowing taxi drivers and hey yous to wear it, and now you have desecrated our iconic number 10 jersey.
Bros it's not about 1st division or 2nd division.

Equatorial Guinea is filled with 2nd and 3rd division players and they are putting our guys to shame.

A 3rd division converted striker is making a complete mockery of African player of the Year.

That being said Aribo is piss poor, no matter what division he plays in. He should no longer be in the team.
I already explained it over the last few months. I dont have the energy to explain it anymore. I will say one thing though - have you actually watched EQG? :rotf: Nigeria outplayed them and should have beaten them 4-1! Ivory Coast also outplayed them and should have kpo kpo'ed them before Ivory coast conceded those counter-punch goals.

Please stop sounding like Bushboy and actually watch games. I give EQG credit for taking their chances and being strategic (i mentioned it in our game thread with them that their coach is a smart man. He tries to sit deep and allow his opponents tire out after 30 minutes and then hits them). But the truth is that if you watched EQG in those games, you will see that their Div 2 and 3 level is showing.
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Aribo has had a difficult start to the seas but he has picked up unfortunately an ignoramus tries to give us false info that he has only played 30 minutes and throws a tantrum like a child when he’s corrected.
I don’t know what Aribo’s problem is but he’s definitely not playing well. His family are with him in CIV to support him and that should encourage him.
Southampton are the form team of the championship and were briefly 2nd yesterday until Ipswich scored a late equaliser against Leicester. So he’s not a bad player if he has started playing regularly for them. He needs to find his mojo
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A lot of folks here are true fans i.e. don't know football. Aribo is an excellent player. You should go back and watch the friendly with Brazil to remind yourself of his abilities. Only skilled man managers can bring him back to his best. Whoever said his Club has ruined him is very correct. Gernot Rohr saw this with Musa before the WC, and helped engineer a temporary move back to CSKA from Leicester. His performance at the WC seriously embarrassed his haters who didn't know what hit them. Man management is key in Aribo"s situation. It's one of the reasons I miss the late Stephen Keshi.
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Aribo has problems and has benchwarmed the whole season. Southampton is doing great in Div 2 because Aribo is NOT part of the team. There is a person on Cybereagles who ran his mouth like broken tap . kpoto kpoto kpoto :lol: :lol: running his leaky mouth about "he has played 6 games." :lol: :lol: :lol: imagine how embarrassing it is for a person to make such a comment and not feel ashamed about it. 6 games! :lol: :lol: and his team sent him off to AFCON excitedly .. look at how positive it is for them. SMH shame.
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greg wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 4:42 pm A lot of folks here are true fans i.e. don't know football. Aribo is an excellent player. You should go back and watch the friendly with Brazil to remind yourself of his abilities. Only skilled man managers can bring him back to his best. Whoever said his Club has ruined him is very correct. Gernot Rohr saw this with Musa before the WC, and helped engineer a temporary move back to CSKA from Leicester. His performance at the WC seriously embarrassed his haters who didn't know what hit them. Man management is key in Aribo"s situation. It's one of the reasons I miss the late Stephen Keshi.
I assume you are referring to the game from 5 years ago? We are truly finished :lol:

Lets go back and watch Onazi and Chris Obodo. One skilled man manager can bring both of them back to their best and they could join the team.

Man management is key to Onazi and Chris Obodo's situations.

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greg wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 4:42 pm A lot of folks here are true fans i.e. don't know football. Aribo is an excellent player. You should go back and watch the friendly with Brazil to remind yourself of his abilities. Only skilled man managers can bring him back to his best. Whoever said his Club has ruined him is very correct. Gernot Rohr saw this with Musa before the WC, and helped engineer a temporary move back to CSKA from Leicester. His performance at the WC seriously embarrassed his haters who didn't know what hit them. Man management is key in Aribo"s situation. It's one of the reasons I miss the late Stephen Keshi.
Well said, season before the last, Aribo was playing and scoring in a European cup final! Last season, he was an EPL midfielder .
There’s no doubt about it that he has had some struggles at club level but he has picked up and started regularly with Southampton climbing up the table. Some dude with personal issues against the boy is telling lies that he has played only 30 minutes all season. What a big lie! The forum is not meant for liars! The facts about Aribo playing time with Southampton this season can be gleaned online.
We should not allow people with beef to come and be telling lies against players on the forum!
It’s ok not to like a player but it’s not ok to tell lies against the player!
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Bigpokey24 wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 10:35 am how come many here ignore him? for me he should not wear the number 10 shirt
He is the least creative #10 ever to wear the Green-white-Green jersey. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
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