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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by bollyjaysmart: 5:41am On Oct 12, 2014
If I may ask those supporting keshi, what has been his stats after AFCON? He has only won1 out of 11 games in 2014...
Mexico 0 -0, Scotland 2-2, Greece 0-0, USA 2-1 Loss, Iran 0-0, Bosnia 1-0 Won, Argentina 3-2 Loss, France 2-0 Loss, DR Congo 3-2 Loss, South Africa 0-0, Sudan 1-0 Loss.
No progression and no tactical improvement, and mind you the players were the one who won the 2013 AFCON not the coach's technicality. Those players who made him, who got him the glory have now been left out because of one issue or the other. And the new ones added were just a waste of time . It's high time some big named players are dropped and the HEAD COACH. The team also lack urge and unity.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 5:51am On Oct 12, 2014
post=27065796:
Just imaging what you're saying.
So because keshi lost a game his now obsolete or useless?
I hate Nigerians
If to say Nigeria na Brazil, buy now una 4 don hang keshi tyre 4 neck .. Born am fire.
keshi ego cause us dis match dis ain't no friendly..we have betters player DAT are in form am not criticizing but we have better options in uche and martins,let's agree he gat grudges with uche den settle it y trading ur ego for d happiness of millions of people..he once gat grudges with osaze and it was settled... Afcon success makes him thinks he already gat d best squad but forms matters and WTF if Mikel cud make ur team den y can our best players in Europe make it........,EGO kills slowly nw many don't remember keshi hard work

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by bollyjaysmart: 6:02am On Oct 12, 2014
Why are some people hailing keshi on past records and glory? was he not paid and handsomely rewarded then? or must he eat and dine on that past performance?

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 6:03am On Oct 12, 2014
Like play like play....sudan go just use naija get 6points
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Seekeroftruth: 6:10am On Oct 12, 2014
Finally, Sunday Olisah takes over
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by mascot87(m): 6:22am On Oct 12, 2014
ogtavia:


So out of all d parts wey dey human being body,na scrotum u see...okay oh...ur words confirm ur actions..I hail oh...ur pple in H-Life are waiting for u.

If H-life is what u wish for me then I have no other option that to hand you over to God for deserved judgement.He his a just God & I trust Him to give u d perfect judgement....Enjoy it
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by TeamSimple(m): 6:26am On Oct 12, 2014
Who are the US?
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 6:38am On Oct 12, 2014
comradeodunze:
Guy why are you wasting your time trying to educate peeps that have no idea or solution to the challenges facing the team at this moment. Several things happened in this game and i think it is a big lesson for Keshi. Watching this game, i can truly say that Keshi should be left to finish what he started, if we have to change coach let it be after the qualifying matches are over. sentiments aside, the eagles played like there was nothing at stake, but Keshi has the say. This team played based on what the coach put together; i got a feeling we might squeeze throug, but the task of getting there may not be easy if Keshi does not change his attitude and tactics, if he has any left for this Eagles.

We can still squeeze through? Even with one point from 9? I'm sorry, but the way Keshi has set us up in these Qualifiers, we won't be good enuff to make it as 'best losers'.
Well, Wednesday is just around the corner. After yet another drab home draw soup delicacy, perhaps u and other Keshi apologists would get the memo.
Keshi has destroyed the national team, he built with his own hands, and the results are out there to see. Let people say what they want about a stubborn, arrogant coach who could only manage 1 win in 11 games; a coach is as good as his last game!

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by eminex(m): 6:50am On Oct 12, 2014
Why do Nigeria super eagles love to always tread on d altar of shame? I posited dis interrogation with a profuse acrimonious lachrymosiem, because I cannot distinctly and perspicaciously apprehend d rudiment faculties dat
characterise super eagles lethargic and juvenile proclivities tonight! To me, it is a sardonic omen dat an eminent footballing sovereignty like Nigeria will dazzle and razzle in a muddy and oozing malodorious aqua of ignorminy and public fuscillade of animous diatribe! A gargantuan shame on keshi and d NFF at large; nonsense. Mitcheeewwww

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Guykhena(m): 6:54am On Oct 12, 2014
dovelike:

I have not watched it and I will not.Only the ad drives me to tears.Watch night of a thousand laughs,Gordons is crazyy cheesy

Lol @drives me to tears..
Night of a thousand laughs keeps repeating old jokes,so most times not up for it..
Btw,hold your fears and watch "The Fault in our Stars" cheesy ,its not that sorrowful, grin ,ok I lied it is sad
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by balladin: 6:54am On Oct 12, 2014
eshey371:
and u will replace him
Yes sir. I will.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by msmon(m): 6:57am On Oct 12, 2014
eminex:
Why do Nigeria super eagles love to always tread on d altar of shame? I posited dis interrogation with a profuse acrimonious lachrymosiem, because I cannot distinctly and perspicaciously apprehend d rudiment faculties dat
characterise super eagles lethargic and juvenile proclivities tonight! To me, it is a sardonic omen dat an eminent footballing sovereignty like Nigeria will dazzle and razzle in a muddy and oozing malodorious aqua of ignorminy and public fuscillade of animous diatribe! A gargantuan shame on keshi and d NFF at large; nonsense. Mitcheeewwww

Who is this? Do we have Patrick Obiagbon on Nairaland.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by ElFenomeno1: 7:11am On Oct 12, 2014
femi4:
It wasn't easy for Spain!

It wasn't easy for Nigeria!!

Change doesn't come easy!!!

Slovakia did it

Sudan did it

Goodluck Jonathan is doing it!

Support for change is support for GEJ 2015!!!!

What is this idi//ot talking about?!
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by elampiro(m): 7:13am On Oct 12, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I am down with new players being invited regularly. The problem I have today is strategy.

Coach Keshi has coached some exceptional games and played some attractive football. I knew the return of Echiejile would worry the team. I was so happy he injured and did not go to the World Cup, if not Di Maria would have used Echiejile to win golden ball.

I feel Echiejile should be dropped first. Then Coach Keshi should return back to his possessive football. Finally, the team is too bulky. Oboabona and Omeruo are okay. Ambrose puts in his work.

Coach Keshi needs to bring in more skillful players and promote more wing play. This should be the end of long balls in our game.

Forget this possessive football as your excuse. Look for another excuse.

* We played possessive football against USA, Greece, Congo, South Africa, what did we get from it? We were passing aimlessly around the pitch while opponents were quicker with the ball.

* The reason Keshi resort to long balls yesterday was because of weather condition. He was trying to make the ball to work for him instead of his boys running miles and getting tired.

* Keshi has to apologize to Brown Ideye and Sunday Mba. Since Ideye left Super Eagles, Emenike has been useless. Except 'muscling and bududozing' his way to one goal at the world cup, he has not been delivery becuase he doesn't get the supply.

* Our attack is clueless without Moses and Ideye. Keshi should think of calling all these players back to the team:

Mose
Babatunde
Ideye
Mba
Osaze..... Recall from retirement
Uche.


From what we currently have in camp, if Musa doesn't perform, our attack becomes lame.


* We walk a very tight rope now. We need to win all matches while hoping South Africa beat Congo. We will only win in Congo if we have Moses, Babatunde, Osaze/Ideye around. These players have a better creativity. Mba is hard working.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by balladin: 7:16am On Oct 12, 2014
post=27065796:
Just imaging what you're saying.
So because keshi lost a game his now obsolete or useless?
I hate Nigerians
If to say Nigeria na Brazil, buy now una 4 don hang keshi tyre 4 neck .. Born am fire.
I am amazed at how some of you reason. What's all this excuses for keshi. We all know the nations cup victory was a big fluke. The eagles have failed to get better as a team. All the players are average. No form of creativity, no single player with ideas. They keep relying on hopeful long balls. And people are here defending a coach that has failed to realise the need to overhaul his team. Can you guys hear yourselves? Eagles are struggling in a group made up of SA, congo and sudan? Isn't that a shame? What if we got Ghana, tunisia and cApeverde? Please let's face reality here. Keshi can't take us any where in football.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by balladin: 7:23am On Oct 12, 2014
elampiro:


Forget this possessive football as your excuse. Look for another excuse.

* We played possessive football against USA, Greece, Congo, South Africa, what did we get from it? We were passing aimlessly around the pitch while opponents were quicker with the ball.

* The reason Keshi resort to long balls yesterday was because of weather condition. He was trying to make the ball to work for him instead of his boys running mile and getting tired.

* Keshi has to apologize to Brown Ideye and Sunday Mba. Since Ideye left Super Eagles, Emenike has been useless. Except 'muscling and bududozing' his way to one goal at the world cup, he has no been delivery becuase he doesn't get the supply.

* Our attack is clueless without Moses and Ideye. Keshi should think of calling all these players back to the team:

Mose
Babatunde
Ideye
Mba
Osaze..... Recall from retirement
Uche.


From what we currently have in camp, if Musa doesn't perform, our attack becomes lame.


* We walk a very tight rope now. We need to win all matches while hoping South Africa beat Congo. We will only win in Congo if we have Moses, Babatunde, Osaze/Ideye around. These players have a better creativity. Mba is hard working.
And Musa hardly performs. You got it spot on. Keshi has weakened his team by dropping Ideye and Mba. Today we don't have a player that can hold the ball and create something with it. And our coach sits there chewing gum. Yuk!
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by ogtavia(m): 7:26am On Oct 12, 2014
mascot87:


If H-life is what u wish for me then I have no other option that to hand you over to God for deserved judgement.He his a just God & I trust Him to give u d perfect judgement....Enjoy it

I handed you over to him also for *promising* to deliver a piss-stopping blow to my scrotum....u started it,I didn't wish u h-life,ur words were suspicious.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Lovexme(m): 7:26am On Oct 12, 2014
I was at the cinema seeing a movie. Would have been a waste of time watching the eagles play.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by lummyD: 7:29am On Oct 12, 2014
Yeah, Keshi guided his guys to AFCON glory last year. Despite this achievement, it was obvious that the victorious team was not as technically and tactically sound as expected. This showed the quality of African football. The only good game played by the SE being the one against Ivory Coast.
I used to be an ardent follower of the SE until after I watched a few games under Keshi's tutelage - he's got no flair, tactics and pattern/style but he's got one thing: LUCK!!! His luck has really run dry.
His further stay has SE coach will only accommodate mediocrity. The South African FA was smart to see his technical flaws and stalled his appointment. An FA that's after her football development will not see Keshi as an option. Gud morn

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by balladin: 8:16am On Oct 12, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
At the AFCON and confeds, we played a possessive style of play which many Nigerians admired. Even in the game against Italy. We played possessively. That shows the coach can play that style. So I can not start saying Coach Keshi is clueless to coaching.

We should be talking about him reverting to his old style of play if he is continuing as our coach.
Should we be the ones to tell him to go back to his old style? A good coach knows when to switch styles and not wait on fans like us to tell him. Your excuses for Keshi do not have depth. What was Keshi thinking when he changed style? And when the new style failed why has he stuck to it? He's a clueless coach joor.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by mascot87(m): 8:19am On Oct 12, 2014
ogtavia:


I handed you over to him also for *promising* to deliver a piss-stopping blow to my scrotum....u started it,I didn't wish u h-life,ur words were suspicious.

Ha,you are too serious with life. How do u expect me to punch your scrotum when I don't even know u? where u stay or even how I can get in touch with u. Take it easy with life bro, some things are just left to be laughed at only.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 8:29am On Oct 12, 2014
eminex:
Why do Nigeria super eagles love to always tread on d altar of shame? I posited dis interrogation with a profuse acrimonious lachrymosiem, because I cannot distinctly and perspicaciously apprehend d rudiment faculties dat
characterise super eagles lethargic and juvenile proclivities tonight! To me, it is a sardonic omen dat an eminent footballing sovereignty like Nigeria will dazzle and razzle in a muddy and oozing malodorious aqua of ignorminy and public fuscillade of animous diatribe! A gargantuan shame on keshi and d NFF at large; nonsense. Mitcheeewwww
Mehn... This is a critical meme!
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 8:34am On Oct 12, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
See what you are saying. Let me help you.

One of the best goalkeepers in the USA 94 World Cup was Jorge Campos of Mexico. Height 5ft 7inches.
Best goalkeeper France 98 World Cup is Fabien Barthez of France. Height 5ft 11inches.
Chigozie Agbim's height is 6ft 1inches.

Now read your statement again.

How can Agbim be 6'1? Are you telling me that he is almost the same height as Yobo who skysport states to be 6'2?

You can't trust all these stats. They are not reliable and consistent. Stats on Enyeama flanctuates. Ligue says Enyeama is 1.82m while Espnfc says he is 1.88m.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 9:04am On Oct 12, 2014
balladin:

I am amazed at how some of you reason. What's all this excuses for keshi. We all know the nations cup victory was a big fluke. The eagles have failed to get better as a team. All the players are average. No form of creativity, no single player with ideas. They keep relying on hopeful long balls. And people are here defending a coach that has failed to realise the need to overhaul his team. Can you guys hear yourselves? Eagles are struggling in a group made up of SA, congo and sudan? Isn't that a shame? What if we got Ghana, tunisia and cApeverde? Please let's face reality here. Keshi can't take us any where in football.
I guess u don't watch football.
Lemme ask u, how many African team qualified for the group stage in the world cup?
Were was Ghana or ivory coast when?
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by ogtavia(m): 9:10am On Oct 12, 2014
mascot87:


Ha,you are too serious with life. How do u expect me to punch your scrotum when I don't even know u? where u stay or even how I can get in touch with u. Take it easy with life bro, some things are just left to be laughed at only.

Lol......honestly bro,u got me dere for a moment...my mind come dey tell me say,u carry my matter go meet prophet ontop say I talk H-Life...u make sense bro...
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by PocoAPoco57: 9:32am On Oct 12, 2014
Doro-chickens
Doro-fraud
Doro-bombings
Doro-Boko
Doro-Ebola
Doro get the biggest slum in Africa eeehhhh cheesy cheesy cheesy
Doro-419
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by orimion(m): 9:34am On Oct 12, 2014
ogtavia:


Lol......honestly bro,u got me dere for a moment...my mind come dey tell me say,u carry my matter go meet prophet ontop say I talk H-Life...u make sense bro...
from fighting to "you make sense" I like that
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by PocoAPoco57: 9:35am On Oct 12, 2014
post=27071685:
I guess u don't watch football.
Lemme ask u, how many African team qualified for the group stage in the world cup?
Were was Ghana or ivory coast when?


Ghana? Do you honestly think you have achieved better Almighty Ghana when it comes to the world cup. Doro-idiotttt grin cheesy

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by ogtavia(m): 9:37am On Oct 12, 2014
orimion:
from fighting to "you make sense" I like that

I wasn't fighting,I was jst goin wit d flow.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by DVMtuppence(m): 9:48am On Oct 12, 2014
missberrypop5:
I don't watch "high BP" match. I may die from there. But, Sudan? If naija no win eh, i'll change my nationality to Congo angry
now change nationality
Congo babe
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan - AFCON Qualifier (0 - 1) ON 11th October 2014 by Nobody: 10:05am On Oct 12, 2014
DVMtuppence:
now change nationality
Congo babe
yup. DRC for the moment.

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