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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by damosky12(m): 4:37pm On Sep 30, 2013
I tip Nigeria to a 3:nil victory. Simple!
Broz Super Eagles, remember to come back with some roasted antelope meat..
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by FineBro(m): 4:40pm On Sep 30, 2013
If we don't progress, we don't have any business going to the World cup

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by PurpleHouse(m): 5:21pm On Sep 30, 2013
This match is a do or die affair!
Our boys knows the importance of this particular Match especially the first Leg! The best bet is to Win the WC ticket just at the first Leg as Vincent Enyeama as said! Go boys! This should be a walk over, atleast u guys knows whats at stake here!
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by richy1473(m): 5:37pm On Sep 30, 2013
Its on SUNDAY..SUNDAY MBAng...in YOU I put my TRUST...!!!
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Kenny4lyfe(m): 5:51pm On Sep 30, 2013
Subscribing!!! grin

Mama Nkechi! Give me a plate of antelope pepersoup abeg!!!

Up Eagles!!! grin grin grin
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by AngelRaphael(m): 6:11pm On Sep 30, 2013
Let the game start nah!
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by timilehin007(m): 6:21pm On Sep 30, 2013
leatherman:



what is rong in asken queshon! angry last warming! angry

@topic, naija will won jare!
Haba, habatically grammar na for dictionary
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by timilehin007(m): 6:27pm On Sep 30, 2013
Jokes apart, am serious we will beat dem home and abroad I no wan kn wetin wan happen, if we no win dz people ehn, make una come kill me.
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by adebayosun02: 6:47pm On Sep 30, 2013
demolaxy: Let's Go!!! I really love my country.

Na now U dey love ur country, if we to be paired with Egypt or Tunisia I'm quite sure u will be @fear by now. Or I'm sure u never love Nigeria before we played Cote di Viore in last AfcoN
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Aerocrystals(m): 6:52pm On Sep 30, 2013
leatherman: i herd that mikel obe scored his first primary leage goal. is it true? shocked
u b Nigerian at all...which one be ''Mikel Obe'' again??...nawa o
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by russianmob27: 7:00pm On Sep 30, 2013
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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Slimvincent(m): 7:12pm On Sep 30, 2013
the quest is will nigerian t.v channels air the match?
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Nobody: 7:23pm On Sep 30, 2013
See the mouth this NFF are making as if they are God. Dear Lord please dont punish us on account of their pride, rather bless the hard work of your children and let the best team win.
NFF motivate the boys, and strengthen their allowee. Don't use mouth jinx things for us.

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by timilehin007(m): 10:01pm On Sep 30, 2013
dozai: When we travel to high mountain areas as Nigeria will in the second week of October to
Ethiopia, our bodies initially develop inefficient physiological responses. There is an increase in breathing and heart rate to as much as double, even while resting. Pulse rate and blood pressure go up sharply as our hearts pump harder to get more oxygen to the cells. These are stressful changes, even for super athletes like professional footballers.
There are two major kinds of environmental
stresses at high altitude for humans according
to research done by the University of Colorado
and being cited here.
First, there are the alternating daily extremes
of climate that often range from hot, sun
burning days to freezing nights. This shouldn’t
really affect the Eagles as they will be in a
plush Hotel and in climate controlled buses
except on game day.
But the low humidity caused by the above,
resulting in rapid dehydration will. This means
drinking. For all I care the NFF should charter
an extra plane of ‘pure water’ if need be to
keep our birds hydrated throughout their stay.
They should be drinking and urinating nonstop
- except when scoring goals.
Second, the air pressure is lower.
This is because when we breathe in air at sea
level, the atmospheric pressure of about 14.7
pounds per square inch (1.04 kg. per cm.2)
causes oxygen to easily pass through
selectively permeable lung membranes into the
blood. At high altitudes, the lower air pressure
makes it more difficult for oxygen to enter our
vascular systems. The result is hypoxia , or
oxygen deprivation.
Hypoxia usually begins with the inability to do
normal physical activities, such as climbing a
short flight of stairs without fatigue. Other
early symptoms include a lack of appetite,
vomiting, headache, distorted vision, fatigue,
and difficulty with memorizing and thinking
clearly.
The fatigue, distorted vision and thinking
clearly really have me worried. Can you
imagine being saddled with all three and about
to take a penalty?
I become even more worried because while the
rest of the human population continue to
suffer serious health consequences, native
inhabitants thrive well in the highest parts of
the world, such as the Himalayas, Andes and
Ethiopia. These people have undergone
extensive physiological and genetic changes,
particularly in the regulatory systems of
respiration and circulation, when compared to
the general lowland population. This special
adaptation is now recognised as one of the
finest examples of natural selection in action.
The NFF may know all of this but they don’t
really think it will be much of a factor. Our
team will arrive on the 11th and play on the
13th and they claim that the above detailed
condition won’t affect them with this quick in
and out deployment as the body will be in
quasi shock. To back up their logic they point
to the 2-2 draw in 2012 when we flew in and
out all within four days.
Having been to Ethiopia myself I know how
absolutely absurd this is - both scientifically
and psychologically. And even if the playing
field were even what message are they sending
to the African champion when it looks like they
are aiming for a draw rather than an outright
win?
Tsk tsk tsk !
I am praying Keshi and the team refreshingly
ignores their blunder as they have been forced
to do from time to time, and aim on getting all
points. Rather the delegation should focus on
making the best of a bad situation. The team
should try and lodge and sleep somewhere
lower than Addis for that solitary night and
ferry to the higher Stadium on game day.
Meanwhile their Nutritionist has to bombard
them with both iron supplements and
carbohydrates that will improve the bodies
ability to absorb oxygen, and get the energy
needed to adjust to the elevation. Alcohol has
to be looked upon the same way we look at
Ebola. The Eagles must now help themselves to
even the odds which are now clearly stacked
against them and fight to win.
Research coined from Human Evolutionary
Biology. The University of Colorado
. What is this one saying. Who is this madman
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by adegwurulez(m): 10:14pm On Sep 30, 2013
timilehin007: . What is this one saying. Who is this madman
bros nawa 2 u o, him explain sumtin u come dey insult am Smh
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by timilehin007(m): 6:54am On Oct 01, 2013
adegwurulez: bros nawa 2 u o, him explain sumtin u come dey insult am Smh
. No lie o...shey u read dat gibberish wey he write ?
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by VoteOutPDPJona: 7:35am On Oct 01, 2013
ETHIOPIA VS NIGERIA

E ..... ENDING
T ..... THEIR
H ..... HOPE
I ..... IS
O ..... OUR
P ..... PRIORITY
I ..... INSHA
A ..... ALLA.H

VS .... VISION

N ..... NIGERIA
I ...... IS
G ..... GRINDING
E ..... EHTIOPIA
R ..... RIGHT
I ...... IN
A ..... ADDIS ABABA

HIGH ALTITUDE OR NO HIGH ALTITUDE, WE SHALL OVERCOME THEM! IT JUST DEPENDS ON OUR ATTITUDE.
SUPER EAGLES SHOULD BE IN ETHIOPIA AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO ACCLIMATIZE WITH THE ALTITUDE THERE.
CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE!!

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Krasid(m): 11:00pm On Oct 01, 2013
Something tells me that the first leg in Addis ababa will be tough, but Nigeria will win by a slim margin.

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Horus(m): 11:08pm On Oct 02, 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PFqztWHVAE

[size=15pt]Ethiopia ready to face Nigeria in World Cup Qualifier[/size]
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Nobody: 9:09am On Oct 03, 2013
dozai: When we travel to high mountain areas as Nigeria will in the second week of October to
Ethiopia, our bodies initially develop inefficient physiological responses. There is an increase in breathing and heart rate to as much as double, even while resting. Pulse rate and blood pressure go up sharply as our hearts pump harder to get more oxygen to the cells. These are stressful changes, even for super athletes like professional footballers.
There are two major kinds of environmental
stresses at high altitude for humans according
to research done by the University of Colorado
and being cited here.
First, there are the alternating daily extremes
of climate that often range from hot, sun
burning days to freezing nights. This shouldn’t
really affect the Eagles as they will be in a
plush Hotel and in climate controlled buses
except on game day.
But the low humidity caused by the above,
resulting in rapid dehydration will. This means
drinking. For all I care the NFF should charter
an extra plane of ‘pure water’ if need be to
keep our birds hydrated throughout their stay.
They should be drinking and urinating nonstop
- except when scoring goals.
Second, the air pressure is lower.
This is because when we breathe in air at sea
level, the atmospheric pressure of about 14.7
pounds per square inch (1.04 kg. per cm.2)
causes oxygen to easily pass through
selectively permeable lung membranes into the
blood. At high altitudes, the lower air pressure
makes it more difficult for oxygen to enter our
vascular systems. The result is hypoxia , or
oxygen deprivation.
Hypoxia usually begins with the inability to do
normal physical activities, such as climbing a
short flight of stairs without fatigue. Other
early symptoms include a lack of appetite,
vomiting, headache, distorted vision, fatigue,
and difficulty with memorizing and thinking
clearly.
The fatigue, distorted vision and thinking
clearly really have me worried. Can you
imagine being saddled with all three and about
to take a penalty?
I become even more worried because while the
rest of the human population continue to
suffer serious health consequences, native
inhabitants thrive well in the highest parts of
the world, such as the Himalayas, Andes and
Ethiopia. These people have undergone
extensive physiological and genetic changes,
particularly in the regulatory systems of
respiration and circulation, when compared to
the general lowland population. This special
adaptation is now recognised as one of the
finest examples of natural selection in action.
The NFF may know all of this but they don’t
really think it will be much of a factor. Our
team will arrive on the 11th and play on the
13th and they claim that the above detailed
condition won’t affect them with this quick in
and out deployment as the body will be in
quasi shock. To back up their logic they point
to the 2-2 draw in 2012 when we flew in and
out all within four days.
Having been to Ethiopia myself I know how
absolutely absurd this is - both scientifically
and psychologically. And even if the playing
field were even what message are they sending
to the African champion when it looks like they
are aiming for a draw rather than an outright
win?
Tsk tsk tsk !
I am praying Keshi and the team refreshingly
ignores their blunder as they have been forced
to do from time to time, and aim on getting all
points. Rather the delegation should focus on
making the best of a bad situation. The team
should try and lodge and sleep somewhere
lower than Addis for that solitary night and
ferry to the higher Stadium on game day.
Meanwhile their Nutritionist has to bombard
them with both iron supplements and
carbohydrates that will improve the bodies
ability to absorb oxygen, and get the energy
needed to adjust to the elevation. Alcohol has
to be looked upon the same way we look at
Ebola. The Eagles must now help themselves to
even the odds which are now clearly stacked
against them and fight to win.
Research coined from Human Evolutionary
Biology. The University of Colorado




This is a very good point. . .

Some people think its all about going to Ethiopia and winning just like that. With such an high altitude like Ethiopia, it could make our players feel headaches and lethargic on the field.

But I think NFF's formular would work very well. We go in on the 12th, play on the 13th and get out immediately. It worked when they used this formular when we went to play Kenya (another high altitude country) early this year.


Generally, I expect us to play a low tempo but very intelligent game just to conserve energy. . .and the most important thing is not to concede a goal.
We shouldn't push too high up field like we did against Malawi, becuz if they catch us on the break, trust those guys to run like cheetahs for 90mins without getting tired, ofcourse they are used to the harsh climate there.

Victor Moses may not be able to play 90 mins in this game, but trust the rugged eba boys like Emenike. Musa, ambrose e.t.c to endure all throuugh.

I expect a narrow win like 1-0 or 2-0 but if we score an early goal, then we could end up beating them 3-0 or 4-1

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by dozai: 7:18am On Oct 04, 2013
adegwurulez: bros nawa 2 u o, him explain sumtin u come dey insult am Smh
my broda during d game I will contact him. then we go know who b madman. Last time we used d same formula, it was war for d players. narrow escape na him we get. make we dey watch it no far again.
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by write2obi(m): 10:23am On Oct 05, 2013
-----------Vincent Enyama---------

-Efe-Angelo Ogbonna-Oboabaona-Alaba-

--------Obi Mikel-----Ross Barkley----------


--Sydney Sam--Moses--gaby agbolahor--


-----------------Emenike------------------


Sub: Austin Ejide Oguyi Onazi, Osaze Odewinge, Oduamadi,Musa,Tiago ilori


Before you start causing me, that's my Playstation Nigerian line up

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Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Nobody: 10:28am On Oct 05, 2013
dozai: When we travel to high mountain areas as Nigeria will in the second week of October to
Ethiopia, our bodies initially develop inefficient physiological responses. There is an increase in breathing and heart rate to as much as double, even while resting. Pulse rate and blood pressure go up sharply as our hearts pump harder to get more oxygen to the cells. These are stressful changes, even for super athletes like professional footballers.
There are two major kinds of environmental
stresses at high altitude for humans according
to research done by the University of Colorado
and being cited here.
First, there are the alternating daily extremes
of climate that often range from hot, sun
burning days to freezing nights. This shouldn’t
really affect the Eagles as they will be in a
plush Hotel and in climate controlled buses
except on game day.
But the low humidity caused by the above,
resulting in rapid dehydration will. This means
drinking. For all I care the NFF should charter
an extra plane of ‘pure water’ if need be to
keep our birds hydrated throughout their stay.
They should be drinking and urinating nonstop
- except when scoring goals.
Second, the air pressure is lower.
This is because when we breathe in air at sea
level, the atmospheric pressure of about 14.7
pounds per square inch (1.04 kg. per cm.2)
causes oxygen to easily pass through
selectively permeable lung membranes into the
blood. At high altitudes, the lower air pressure
makes it more difficult for oxygen to enter our
vascular systems. The result is hypoxia , or
oxygen deprivation.
Hypoxia usually begins with the inability to do
normal physical activities, such as climbing a
short flight of stairs without fatigue. Other
early symptoms include a lack of appetite,
vomiting, headache, distorted vision, fatigue,
and difficulty with memorizing and thinking
clearly.
The fatigue, distorted vision and thinking
clearly really have me worried. Can you
imagine being saddled with all three and about
to take a penalty?
I become even more worried because while the
rest of the human population continue to
suffer serious health consequences, native
inhabitants thrive well in the highest parts of
the world, such as the Himalayas, Andes and
Ethiopia. These people have undergone
extensive physiological and genetic changes,
particularly in the regulatory systems of
respiration and circulation, when compared to
the general lowland population. This special
adaptation is now recognised as one of the
finest examples of natural selection in action.
The NFF may know all of this but they don’t
really think it will be much of a factor. Our
team will arrive on the 11th and play on the
13th and they claim that the above detailed
condition won’t affect them with this quick in
and out deployment as the body will be in
quasi shock. To back up their logic they point
to the 2-2 draw in 2012 when we flew in and
out all within four days.
Having been to Ethiopia myself I know how
absolutely absurd this is - both scientifically
and psychologically. And even if the playing
field were even what message are they sending
to the African champion when it looks like they
are aiming for a draw rather than an outright
win?
Tsk tsk tsk !
I am praying Keshi and the team refreshingly
ignores their blunder as they have been forced
to do from time to time, and aim on getting all
points. Rather the delegation should focus on
making the best of a bad situation. The team
should try and lodge and sleep somewhere
lower than Addis for that solitary night and
ferry to the higher Stadium on game day.
Meanwhile their Nutritionist has to bombard
them with both iron supplements and
carbohydrates that will improve the bodies
ability to absorb oxygen, and get the energy
needed to adjust to the elevation. Alcohol has
to be looked upon the same way we look at
Ebola. The Eagles must now help themselves to
even the odds which are now clearly stacked
against them and fight to win.
Research coined from Human Evolutionary
Biology. The University of Colorado
they can decide to use gas masks and oxygen tanks
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Nobody: 10:38am On Oct 05, 2013
Havilah93: Ethiopia hosts African Champions Nigeria in the 1st Leg of the final round of the Brazil 2014 world cup qualifiers in Adiss Ababa.

All together, both Nigeria and Ethiopia have met seven times with the African champions winning four of these matches.

Ethiopia recorded a famous victory over their more illustrious opponents in a 1994 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, while two other matches between them ended in draws. Past encounters; 1982 Nations Cup Finals: Nigeria 3 Ethiopia 0 The first meeting between both countries was at the 1982 AFCON in Libya, where Nigeria thrashed Ethiopia 3-0. Current Eagles coach Stephen Keshi scored a brace in the game with Ademola Adeshina getting the other goal. Friendly 1993: Ethiopia 0 Nigeria 0 The second game was a friendly played in Addis Ababa in1993 and the Eagles won 1-0.

Two Victor Moses penalties were all the super Eagles needed to progress in the group stages in South Africa.

The Words

NFF

“We have a 100 per cent chance of advancing and qualifying, because in Africa today no team can overcome or subdue us. It may be in another five years to come, but certainly not now. But between now and five years, there is no African country that can bring us down,’’ Peters said.

“Yes, there are teams that you will want to face and say anything can happen. But, with Ethiopia, nothing can happen. We will just advance, because there is no upset with Ethiopia,’’

dont forget this is football, nothing is impossible!!
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by drstan(m): 10:41am On Oct 05, 2013
I had a drim dat they scored first then we equalise in less than 2min, then they scored again after which something happen, but the interpretation of the dream was, we will surely win, no matter what happen, and its going to be a tough match...
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by Nobody: 10:44am On Oct 05, 2013
drstan: I had a drim dat they scored first then we equalise in less than 2min, then they scored again after which something happen, but the interpretation of the dream was, we will surely win, no matter what happen, and its going to be a tough match...
not all dreams come true....dont be shocked if something else happens...
Re: Ethiopia Vs Nigeria - WCQ (1 - 2) On 13th October 2013 by sunny4life(m): 10:54am On Oct 05, 2013
The super eagles and NFF should not take the match @ addis ababa likely.All hands should b on deck 2 ensure a stress free qaualification 2 d 2014world cup in Brazil

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