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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by akiOYIBO: 10:36pm On Jun 30, 2014
musa go dey pitch dey find cow and kola nuts for good 90 minutes yet he will only succeed in losing the kola nuts he has before..a ghost in the pitch
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 10:39pm On Jun 30, 2014
Odenigbo Aroli:
Ranting of a ppunk....Niiga get a hold of yourself, you are nobody....go to bed and cry like a little bbitch of which you are known as. Always backing like a lunatic,chest beating like you never believe you could ever see a dollar. And by the way,I didn't even read what you wrote up there. Niiga, I look down on you not because you are Yoruba but because you have lived in England for who knows how many years yet you still behave like a tribal goat from the forest of ijebuland. Cone head having punnk bbitch!

Nah phaggot, you look up to me, hence you stalk me everywhere like my fvcking byt.ch. And nah, I've not lived in England for how many years - I've lived in England all my life and I'm proud of my Ijebu ancestry and historical achievement. Something your ancestors never achieved - your yokelish ancestors were jumping from trees like gorillas butt-naked, while my ancestors were building civilisations and selling clothes to European explorers. That's what I'm proud of, phaggot. Heck, even today, your whole tribe combined can't even measure up to the achievements of the Ijebu's - go check forbes' list, you flat-headed bantu! You're Igbo and you and I aren't even on the same level in everything. I'm everything you want to be but will never be.

Anyway, enjoy this beautiful goal by a Yoruba player - I was there live with my pops in 2004, to witness one of the greatest goals ever scored by a Nigerian footballer!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZNxwO_ULnw

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by vislabraye(m): 10:43pm On Jun 30, 2014
oduastates:
Oshiniwa was one of our better players out there.
Definitely performed better than his opposite number on the other side.
The French found it hard penetrating from his position.he also supported the attack when he could.that pass from midfield was really world class.
However the team lacked alternatives to emenike and mikel.
Emenike movement in the final third was poor .musa was also kept unusually quiet.
The loss of Onazi was responsible for the collapse of the team.
Victor Moses looks in unfit and held the ball a bit too long .
Our weakest link was definitely mikel when you compare him to oilseh or pogba
the referee definitely swung this game in France's favour.
. Mikel was the worst player in that game. He didn't win any tackle, he didn't attack or defend well. I don't know why Keshi didn't sub him. But.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by KingTom(m): 10:50pm On Jun 30, 2014
sicily4u:

shut up
Thunder fire your nyash! Your penis catch fire i.diot. Foolish oponu, Adauturu! Ishie nkapi! Ode! Adamu! Cow! Maluu! Anuofia! Incomplete metamorphosis! Nkita! Oloshi! Eminn! person! Bloody Pig nyash! Imbecilic cretin! Dim wit!
angry angry angry

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by KingTom(m): 10:51pm On Jun 30, 2014
obayaya:

Lol!!!

Na that rubbish second goal jare!!!

How far na!! longest time
Oga I dey o grin

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by sicily4u: 10:55pm On Jun 30, 2014
King Tom:
Thunder fire your nyash! Your penis catch fire i.diot. Foolish oponu, Adauturu! Ishie nkapi! Ode! Adamu! Cow! Maluu! Anuofia! Incomplete metamorphosis! Nkita! Oloshi! Eminn! person! Bloody Pig nyash! Imbecilic cretin! Dim wit!
angry angry angry

make that thunder kill all ur miserable family including u
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by sayisayi(m): 10:55pm On Jun 30, 2014
Dat shynigga is a jackass! With all of the learning and exposure in London, he writes like a runaway captive from the Kiriji wars.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by honeric01(m): 10:55pm On Jun 30, 2014
bboiabb:

i added a few guys to ur list (some of them can be subs on the bench..we need depth on our bench)
enyema will not be too old. by next world cup only 36...some keepers keep going till 40. If anything, keepers get better and smarter with age (eg: cech, van der sar, schmeichel etc)[/b][/color]

Nope we don't need Osaze again in the new SE to be built.. we need fresh blood not a 32 yrs old man.. in 4 years time ⌚, he's going to be 36 and he's not even spectacular like the pirlos of this world..

we have enough players like Osaze in the U-20.

Nacho
Eze
Yahaya...so please we don't need him.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by vislabraye(m): 10:56pm On Jun 30, 2014
9jatatafo: Stop talking trash. Who was responsible for the two goals? Osaze was a blip! Enyeama part of the first goal and Yobo put icing to the cake. The injury to Onazi was the bane of our lose. Mikel alone cannot do it, your coach don't know when to make changes. Watch game with free mind bro
. Pls tell me what Mikel did ? He was the major culprit. Osaze played well. He had to fall back to help Mikel and the defense. He won good balls.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by KingTom(m): 10:58pm On Jun 30, 2014
sicily4u:

make that thunder kill all ur miserable family including u
Hmmm my family! Well considering I just impregnated ur sister I guess that makes us family so hey thunder fire u too! grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by dabossman(m): 10:58pm On Jun 30, 2014
Oahray: True. Osaze goofed there. However, Yobo gifted Pogba with a free header for the first goal. He could at least have jumped. Instead he watched on like a spectator.

Enyeama parried the ball beyond Yobo and onto Pogba's head. If Enyeama had missed the ball completely and Yobo didn't jump to clear it, then I would blame Yobo. Besides, Yobo did well overall at this tournament and I was one of those who kicked against his inclusion in the team.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by millionaireman: 10:59pm On Jun 30, 2014
OMG, Why does Stephen Keshi like to dress before the world as if he is in Ajegunle?

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 11:15pm On Jun 30, 2014
millionaireman: OMG, Why does Stephen Keshi like to dress before the world as if he is in Ajegunle?


who cares? provided that he gets the win is it not.

If he wants let him go naked and win the world cup than dress in a suit and come last in the group
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ThiefOfHearts(f): 11:26pm On Jun 30, 2014
kawkab:

pls bring in civility in your comments.

No. they dont deserve it.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by millionaireman: 11:28pm On Jun 30, 2014
bboiabb:


who cares? provided that he gets the win is it not.

If he wants let him go naked and win the world cup than dress in a suit and come last in the group
Referee/linesmen can even have sympathy for a team deriving from the appearance of the team's coach. Or you don't believe that?

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ThiefOfHearts(f): 11:32pm On Jun 30, 2014
onila: We Lost Honorably. Welcome Back Super Eagles.

honorably is what Algeria is doing now. fighting til the end

Ghana at least had the decency to have 1 goal despite the own goal

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Niyinficient(m): 11:35pm On Jun 30, 2014
My world-cup exit speech (in Riley Freeman's voice)

Shout out to my hommies Blackanova and George Obeezy for supporting me in this!
Well, we av played the French, we were balling pretty well, until dat black-ass Nigga Matuidi did freaking-damage by taking out our main man, Onazi and dats how we lost it! sad
Bleep the French, Bleep Matuidi, Bleep the white ref, Bleep the prince of Paris, Bleep the world-cup, Bleep Sepp Blatter, Bleep Fifa, Bleep all Brazillian bitches for distracting the super eagles!
God bless Nigeria, God bless the Super Eagles, God bless Enyeama, Osaze and the rest niggas who played well! Nigeria is my country, my president is black and my Lambo is blue! Good night y'all!

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 11:36pm On Jun 30, 2014
millionaireman: Referee/linesmen can even have sympathy for a team deriving from the appearance of the team's coach. Or you don't believe that?

i dont. Chile's coach and Keshi dresses the same way. So, what's your point?
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by millionaireman: 11:45pm On Jun 30, 2014
bboiabb:

i dont. Chile's coach and Keshi dresses the same way. So, what's your point?
My point is that a coach does not have to dress shabily, I don't even mean dressing in suit.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by millionaireman: 11:50pm On Jun 30, 2014
bboiabb:

i dont. Chile's coach and Keshi dresses the same way. So, what's your point?
My point is that a coach does not have to dress roughly. I don't even mean that coach must dress in suit and tie.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ozijay: 12:04am On Jul 01, 2014
chaiiiiiiiiii..... Super Measles don't kill me.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by davidif: 12:07am On Jul 01, 2014
Finally, Nigerian fans have been humbled. Before the game they were boasting how they were going to beat France, well how did that work out? You guys better eat your humble pie well and swallow it (make una vommit o).

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ChiefX: 12:09am On Jul 01, 2014
davidif: Finally, Nigerian fans have been humbled. Before the game they were boasting how they were going to beat France, well how did that work out? You guys better eat your humble pie well and swallow it (make una vommit o).

Yes before the game we were boasting.... that's what fans do! I'm still proud of the team
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 12:14am On Jul 01, 2014
sayisayi: Dat shynigga is a jackass! With all of the learning and exposure in London, he writes like a runaway captive from the Kiriji wars.


Nah phaggot, I know tribe. I was raised around mostly Yoruba's and a handful of Igbo's and Benin people. So, I know I was Yoruba before I became Nigerian, muthaphucka. You can keep that pseudo detribalised illusion to those raised on an intertwined culture in naij.

So, don't come to me speaking that tribal nonsense and not expect a proper smack down. And I know the history and achievements of all the tribes in Nigeria. Expect a smack down and the story of your life whenever you decide to act stupid and get brolic for no reason.

You and Odenigbo Aroli can eat a bowl full of dycks for all I care!
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ChiefX: 12:25am On Jul 01, 2014
shymexx:

Nah phaggot, you look up to me, hence you stalk me everywhere like my fvcking byt.ch. And nah, I've not lived in England for how many years - I've lived in England all my life and I'm proud of my Ijebu ancestry and historical achievement. Something your ancestors never achieved - your yokelish ancestors were jumping from trees like gorillas butt-naked, while my ancestors were building civilisations and selling clothes to European explorers. That's what I'm proud of, phaggot. Heck, even today, your whole tribe combined can't even measure up to the achievements of the Ijebu's - go check forbes' list, you flat-headed bantu! You're Igbo and you and I aren't even on the same level in everything. I'm everything you want to be but will never be.

Anyway, enjoy this beautiful goal by a Yoruba player - I was there live with my pops in 2004, to witness one of the greatest goals ever scored by a Nigerian footballer!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZNxwO_ULnw



Was all that called for black man?

I'm not Igbo but in defense, Igbos are among the most gifted and industrious PEOPLE in the world! No doubt about it.....


Now that's how I'll stand up for the Yorubas (Ijebus in your case to be specific) if any one spoke ill if them.

It's not just okay to just say u live in the UK (here in the US, we look down on any country in Europe)... U don't get a degree for that!

I just stumbled onto your rants and I must confess that I have no idea how it started BUT y'all got to apologise to each other as matured and enlightened Nigerians
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ThiefOfHearts(f): 12:31am On Jul 01, 2014
milychocs: The day I will see real passion for the game of football...and not the money and bonuses that come with it, in the Super Eagles

The day...the Super Eagles and indeed African teams will lose a match in a big tournament and cry....instead of exchanging clothes with opponents who just knocked them out....the day the players will wait to come and be consoled by the team that won instead of going to give them congratulatory slaps on the back as it they are bosses....

That is the day I will know that football has come to live in Africa

What this Nigeria needs is a coach, preferable non Nigerian who will choose his team based on the correct criteria, who is unbiased and who wont listen to politics and ethnicity in selecting a team
Westerhof tried then
Keshi is NOT, and has NEVER been the one


That said....well done boys (special mention to Enyeama, Osaze, Emenike, Onazi, Musa, Babatunde)

The Ivorians and North Africans have always been the ones who show me how much playing for their countries mean to them
(Shrugs)...what do I know?
excellent post

nigerians have an inferior complex when it comes to oyibo people which is why they rush to exchanging jersey and shining teetyh like fools.

its also why they dont play attacjk much cos they dont wanna hurt mr oyibo.

algeria played like their life depended oin it. like their country depended on them. these ones only care about money

anyone who Enyaema for anything is a lunatic. A goalkeeper should NEVER have to work as hard as he did. He was pretty much alone defending from France. That isnt how it was supposed to be

France was abysmal. There was no reason for the team to lose to them esp like that

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 12:31am On Jul 01, 2014
Chief_X:
Was all that called for black man?

I'm not Igbo but in defense, Igbos are among the most gifted and industrious PEOPLE in the world! No doubt about it.....


Now that's how I'll stand up for the Yorubas (Ijebus in your case to be specific) if any one spoke I'll if them.

It's not just okay to just say u live in the UK (here in the US, we look down on any country in Europe)... U don't get a degree for that!

I just stumbled onto your rants and I must confess that I have no idea how it started BUT y'all got to apologise to each other as matured and enlightened Nigerians

Nyggah, stop preaching to me...go preach to the guy who started it. I posted a comment a few days about how slow Mikel is, but this guy had to attack me with some tribal nonsense about how Yoruba's are cursed and can't play football. Then today, I posted another comment, and he came with the same bs.

Listen, I don't give two fvcks about where you live. You live in the most underdeveloped country in the western world, prick. Fvck you and fvck America. And I could care less about Igbo's. They can't compete with Ijebu's, so you and your Igbo's need to shut the fvck up, and stop running ya putrid mouths to me.

Get the fvck out of my face!

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 12:50am On Jul 01, 2014
millionaireman: My point is that a coach does not have to dress roughly. I don't even mean that coach must dress in suit and tie.


ok.. pin point what exactly he wears thats shabby?
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ThiefOfHearts(f): 12:53am On Jul 01, 2014
shymexx calm down abeg.

letting them of all people to get to you.
Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Nobody: 12:58am On Jul 01, 2014
ThiefOfHearts: shymexx calm down abeg.

letting them of all people to get to you.

Safe for that. I'm just in a bad mood today. I'm passionate about sports, and I never get tribe, or nationality involved. I just adore great players. However, that prick loves stalking me with that tribal bs - and I had to shut him up today.

I'm over it now.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by Fulaman198(m): 12:59am On Jul 01, 2014
50calibre: I won't call Nigeria's defeat today a surprise, most analysts never saw the super eagles winning this encounter.

I think the Super eagles surpassed my expectations in this game, for the most part, they played better than France and could have taken the lead had they been more effective in front if goal.


Now they need to work on certain areas of the team, defence is so far very solid but attacking wise, they are impotent. There was no attacking prowess, nobody who could spring up magical moments, and no decisiveness in front of goal.

However the Achilles hill of this team, is set pieces, Nigerian defence is very susceptible to set pieces, the two goals today came from a corner kick, against Argentina, their winning goal came from a corner kick as well, you can't go far in the World Cup with this sort of weaknesses.

Nigeria had more than 10 corner kicks but none was properly delivered into the box, same applies to free kicks, we have no specialist, it's quite sad that 8 years after Jay Jay retired, the super eagles hasn't been able to produce one set piece specialist. They have to go back to the drawing board and master these little things because they count very much in football.

I'm glad we bowed out honourably, because if one way or the other we advanced into the Quater Finals, my goodness!!! Germany would have made mince meat of us.

Agreed with the bolded.

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Re: Nigeria Vs France World Cup (0 - 2) On 30th June 2014 by ChiefX: 1:00am On Jul 01, 2014
shymexx:

Nyggah, stop preaching to me...go preach to the guy who started it. I posted a comment a few days about how slow Mikel is, but this guy had to attack me with some tribal nonsense about how Yoruba's are cursed and can't play football. Then today, I posted another comment, and he came with the same bs.

Listen, I don't give two fvcks about where you live. You live in the most underdeveloped country in the western world, prick. Fvck you and fvck America. And I could care less about Igbo's. They can't compete with Ijebu's, so you and your Igbo's need to shut the fvck up, and stop running ya putrid mouths to me.

Get the fvck out of my face!


Erm...I see....
First of all, from your own words, I guess you're a "Nyggah"....sorry for that.....I'M NOT
Second, I would have given you a lecture on how great the Ndigbos (just like other tribes) are, but that would sound biased and it'll be kinda counter productive.

And most importantly, from your diction, manners, and what you brag about, I can tell you're not only highly uneducated and unenlightened, you also sound like a bitter person with issues.

Now bye bye I ain't got time for you.

Knock yourself out with your insults... like every bitter hoodlum looking for attention

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