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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by hopilo: 11:05pm On Oct 15, 2014
Nigeria wins Sudan and fans invade the pitch to celebrate. Men our football don finish oooo. Meaning people go die if we win Germany.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by mikron(m): 11:06pm On Oct 15, 2014
kendrick93:
did anyone suggest so?.. yobo was very gud in his younger days.. dis bunch of omeruo and oboboana are clowns masqueradin as defenders.. i cld do a beter job dan them
u call omeruo a clown? Na wa for some people

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by OkikiOluwa1(m): 11:10pm On Oct 15, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I have been saying it since that one of the reasons why the Super Eagles form had dropped was the way Onazi plays. He wants to be part of the attacking game. That is not the role of a defensive midfielder.

The right back role suited him because his overlapping suits that role and would not have a devastating effect on the team.

When Gbolahan Salami came in, he showed good movement and play. So I do not know why you are criticising that choice.

As for dead ball, Sone Aluko gave a fantastic cross that was deadly. Let is hope Sone Aluko continues developing into the squad.
When last did Sone Aluko played for Nigeria?
I m not talking abt dead ball specialist that crosses ball, I m talking abt a gauranteed free kick, corner kick taker. Musa was playing all our corner kicks. Just becos he's short compared to other players doesn't mean he's destined for taking corners. You can see his terrible corner kicks. He has been playing it like that since June 2013 Confedrations Cup.
As for playing Onazi as a right back, thats not his natural wing. Surely, he ll make mistakes. Even Efe Ambrose is not a natural right back. Keshi's a lazy coach that has failed to get some kinda talents like a natural right back.
Lastly,
I didn't see the impact of Gbolahan Salami. He was anonymous on saturday. Even today, he just played shuke shuke football.
I repeat, my previous point shows what Nigeria needs
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 11:19pm On Oct 15, 2014
OkikiOluwa1:

When last did Sone Aluko played for Nigeria?
I m not talking abt dead ball specialist that crosses ball, I m talking abt a gauranteed free kick, corner kick taker. Musa was playing all our corner kicks. Just becos he's short compared to other players doesn't mean he's destined for taking corners. You can see his terrible corner kicks. He has been playing it like that since June 2013 Confedrations Cup.
As for playing Onazi as a right back, thats not his natural wing. Surely, he ll make mistakes. Even Efe Ambrose is not a natural right back. Keshi's a lazy coach that has failed to get some kinda talents like a natural right back.
Lastly,
I didn't see the impact of Gbolahan Salami. He was anonymous on saturday. Even today, he just played shuke shuke football.
I repeat, my previous point shows what Nigeria needs
I said Sone Aluko played a fantastic free kick today. I hope he breaks into the team and handle the dead ball aspect.

As for Onazi, he has been a liability to the team because of his brand of midfield play. He likes to be part of the game and creates gaps behind him. Playing him on the right back was a masterstroke.

Finally, you are wrong to call Coach Keshi lazy. He is the most hardworking coach we have had since Coach Westerhof.

He has giving lots of players opportunity and keeps discovering them.

Let us look at the right back role. Ambrose is injured. Balogun the German Nigerian is injured. Kwambe Solomon is still developing. What do you want the Coach to do? Manufacture players?

He is working hard training and getting our boys to play better.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by Nobody: 11:44pm On Oct 15, 2014
So did we qualify or we still have to win some more countries?

Sorry I have not been following AFCON and a bit lost at where we stand at the moment
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 11:50pm On Oct 15, 2014
jennykadry:
So did we qualify or we still have to win some more countries?

Sorry I have not been following AFCON and a bit lost at where we stand at the moment
We have not yet qualified. We still have two more matches to decide.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by Pronmix(m): 11:51pm On Oct 15, 2014
jennykadry:
So did we qualify or we still have to win some more countries?

Sorry I have not been following AFCON and a bit lost at where we stand at the moment
We have to win the remaining 2 matches and hope and pray Congo looses their's.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by ojdollars(m): 12:08am On Oct 16, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I said Sone Aluko played a fantastic free kick today. I hope he breaks into the team and handle the dead ball aspect.

As for Onazi, he has been a liability to the team because of his brand of midfield play. He likes to be part of the game and creates gaps behind him. Playing him on the right back was a masterstroke.

Finally, you are wrong to call Coach Keshi lazy. He is the most hardworking coach we have had since Coach Westerhof.

He has giving lots of players opportunity and keeps discovering them.

Let us look at the right back role. Ambrose is injured. Balogun the German Nigerian is injured. Kwambe Solomon is still developing. What do you want the Coach to do? Manufacture players?

He is working hard training and getting our boys to play better.


Hello? Please can I have your contact.. I like your analysis and is something I am looking for. Thanks

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by slimmingcare(f): 12:19am On Oct 16, 2014
I pray they qualify
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by jjwaterfalls(f): 12:20am On Oct 16, 2014
Super eagles played well. I was there live. cheesy

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by mikron(m): 12:45am On Oct 16, 2014
oloriooko:
I was shocked that pple came out to watch this match
what happened to our football is a reflection of the glass house corruption and lack of sense of direction.
NFF is our problem, we must stop running our football like the civil service
people like us still believe in the team unlike u
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by proudly233: 12:48am On Oct 16, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I said Sone Aluko played a fantastic free kick today. I hope he breaks into the team and handle the dead ball aspect.

As for Onazi, he has been a liability to the team because of his brand of midfield play. He likes to be part of the game and creates gaps behind him. Playing him on the right back was a masterstroke.

Finally, you are wrong to call Coach Keshi lazy. He is the most hardworking coach we have had since Coach Westerhof.

He has giving lots of players opportunity and keeps discovering them.

Let us look at the right back role. Ambrose is injured. Balogun the German Nigerian is injured. Kwambe Solomon is still developing. What do you want the Coach to do? Manufacture players?

He is working hard training and getting our boys to play better.

Onazi? Liability? A guy that had to be tactically taken out from the midfield by France in the last World Cup, for them to have an upper hand in the midfield is now a liability? No longer Mikel.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by adrainuche(m): 2:27am On Oct 16, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I said Sone Aluko played a fantastic free kick today. I hope he breaks into the team and handle the dead ball aspect.

As for Onazi, he has been a liability to the team because of his brand of midfield play. He likes to be part of the game and creates gaps behind him. Playing him on the right back was a masterstroke.

Finally, you are wrong to call Coach Keshi lazy. He is the most hardworking coach we have had since Coach Westerhof.

He has giving lots of players opportunity and keeps discovering them.

Let us look at the right back role. Ambrose is injured. Balogun the German Nigerian is injured. Kwambe Solomon is still developing. What do you want the Coach to do? Manufacture players?

He is working hard training and getting our boys to play better.

Onazi a Liability you must be stupid ...
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by mikron(m): 2:46am On Oct 16, 2014
englishmart:
wow! Thanks a lot. I thought the turn-ups was going to be poor, that was why I didn't bother to visit the stadium
u re not a strong fan like us, do u watch matches because of large turnouts?
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 4:12am On Oct 16, 2014
proudly233:


Onazi? Liability? A guy that had to be tactically taken out from the midfield by France in the last World Cup, for them to have an upper hand in the midfield is now a liability? No longer Mikel.

Onazi is the defensive midfielder of the team. Just like Matic of Chelsea, Barry of Everton or Fernandinho of Man City.

Can you imagine these guys bombarding forward to attack at every opportunity they get?

So Onazi might be spectacular in his play, but his style of play was tactically a problem to the team.

Hope Akpan brought balance today and our players like Mikel and Aluko could bombard forward because they knew the defenders were shielded.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 4:24am On Oct 16, 2014
ojdollars:



Hello? Please can I have your contact.. I like your analysis and is something I am looking for. Thanks
You can contact me on joehuntharry@gmail.com

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 4:31am On Oct 16, 2014
proudly233:


Onazi? Liability? A guy that had to be tactically taken out from the midfield by France in the last World Cup, for them to have an upper hand in the midfield is now a liability? No longer Mikel.

I have never tagged Mikel a liability.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by seunlayi(m): 5:22am On Oct 16, 2014
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keshi has been sacked by the NFF

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by Nobody: 6:11am On Oct 16, 2014
Chuks16:



hahahaha who was the target?
d team bus
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by victorlexa(m): 6:12am On Oct 16, 2014
So dey don sack keshi? Wat took dem so long?
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by Nobody: 6:12am On Oct 16, 2014
mikron:
oga we don't lose in Abuja stadium, we only lost to Brazil 3-0 there in 2003 when the stadium was unveiled. That was it. Abuja stadium has always been our fortress.
d same way calabar was sum months back
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 6:13am On Oct 16, 2014
[b]Coach Keshi and his crew, true heroes unjustly treated.

It has been a tough ride for Coach Keshi. From lack of regular payment of his salary and his staffs were not paid regularly. To the lack of regular bonuses of players. Unpaid hotel bills.

There was a rapid decline of our football and lack of success.

Coach Keshi and his crew worked hard and injected fresh blood into the team. Got us playing well and led us to an amassing Nations Cup victory. He gave players chance to grow as professionals and men in the team.

His addition of fresh blood and creating competition in every part of the team.

Coach Keshi and his crew wrote their names is in the history of Super Eagles. A great man who did something to end the failing plight of the Super Eagles.

It was an exciting time and you guys are leaving with your heads held high. Thank you guys for the new boys in the team. Especially Oboabona, Omeruo, Babatunde, Oshaniwa, Osaguona, Aluko, Aaron Samuel, Raheem Lawal and Gbolahan Salami. I hope they make you proud.

I will miss you guys.
https://www.nairaland.com/1951526/coach-keshi-crew-true-heroes[/b]

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Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by burningspear(m): 6:35am On Oct 16, 2014
dovelike:

Lol.Ok

Speak over yourself. FACE your fear, do not walk away. Keep holding on. Even in your greatest failures, raise your head, STAND! Tarry still!

Thank you for waiting!
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by OkikiOluwa1(m): 8:09am On Oct 16, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
I said Sone Aluko played a fantastic free kick today. I hope he breaks into the team and handle the dead ball aspect.

As for Onazi, he has been a liability to the team because of his brand of midfield play. He likes to be part of the game and creates gaps behind him. Playing him on the right back was a masterstroke.

Finally, you are wrong to call Coach Keshi lazy. He is the most hardworking coach we have had since Coach Westerhof.

He has giving lots of players opportunity and keeps discovering them.

Let us look at the right back role. Ambrose is injured. Balogun the German Nigerian is injured. Kwambe Solomon is still developing. What do you want the Coach to do? Manufacture players?

He is working hard training and getting our boys to play better.
Any coach can give debuts to players. Yes, Keshi called up several new players. But its about inviting good new players & not already made rusty legs. Igiebor, Ramon Azeez, Agbim, Egwueke, Ruben Gabriel etc are rusty or should I say Keshi's not playing them well.
Lastly, Onazi is a natural centre midfielder. Playing a player in his natural role is the best formation a coach can do. I repeat, Keshi was lazy not to v a ready made right back. Even before inviting Leon Balogun, Efe Ambrose was our right back. He's prone to error cos of lack of pace.
Just check Keshi's statistics, his win ratio is just average. He's only good @ drawing weak teams. The only big team Keshi defeated were Ivory Coast & Bosnia.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by qtx(m): 5:40pm On Oct 16, 2014
qtx:


cheesy ahahahahahaha indeed bunch of mediocre flying fowls. anyways sha, i still hope that that their cable that sometime will unexpectedly touch and they connect and begin to bring down any flying object on sight like in the last nations cup will happen again.
exactly what i said before the match, the cable touched and it happened. lol
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by internetpo(m): 9:13pm On Oct 16, 2014
cyberguy72:
No best looser in this tournament
There is. pls check d rules
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by charlesashilo: 10:48pm On Oct 16, 2014
Juliaann:
Sudan2: Nigeria 0


quote me latersmiley

What happened
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by mikron(m): 11:13pm On Oct 16, 2014
shockwave91:

d same way calabar was sum months back
calabar stadium turf is not the best, the pitch is bad, coupled with the heavy rains in calabar, the Congo boys play mostly in Africa, TP mezembe and d rest so they can adapt to difficult pitch situations like wat we have in calabar
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by ojdollars(m): 9:36pm On Oct 17, 2014
thegoodjoehunt3:
You can contact me on joehuntharry@gmail.com

I emailed you Sir
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by thegoodjoehunt3(m): 9:50pm On Oct 17, 2014
ojdollars:


I emailed you Sir
I have replied you.
Re: Nigeria Vs Sudan: Afcon Qualifiers (3 - 1) On 15th October 2014 by Deepfreezer(m): 5:46pm On Oct 18, 2014
Psychedelia:
Mukina2, honeric01, Semid4lyfe, please ban this m0r0n Deepfreezer for spamming the thread with the list of viewers like we're blind. Nothing grates on my nerves more than this idiotic behavior.
https://www.nairaland.com/1944555/nigeria-vs-sudan-afcon-qualifiers/29#27171998
You are aware you can still make ur point without all the name calling. BE WARNED.

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