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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:01pm On Mar 29, 2016
BascoVanVeli:

This is ur go to defence anytime a coach fails. Let me guess was the food bad? Or did they travel by boat or foot? Give it up, Siasia made his bed and now he shall lay in it.
He made all the calls today and they were wrong.

Who is defending Coach Siasia? Not me. I am talking of something that has gone on for long. It is time for us to know that hiring and sacking coaches might not be the solution to our problems.

I am talking of a problem since Coach Westerhoff. Westerhoff succeeded because he went behind the NFF and dealt directly with the Presidency.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by lakesidepapa(m): 10:02pm On Mar 29, 2016
If we truly want a rehabilitation in our soccer system, it should be start from our management as in there are bad heads in Nff, that delta man should go he's a failure and very corrupt. They had problem with olishe because he exposed them, Nsc should interfere to the situation.
Icon4s:


That is it bt none of such coaches can work with d NFF which is y we say Siasia is still our best choice.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:06pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:



Echijiele didn't come to pass, he came to free moses and musa from defending and attacking at the same time.

Salah got into the box but he was never Successful.

Echijiele intercepted Salah and his cohort from taking shots several times eventhough he was left alone to mark Salah.

If Amuzie did very well then why did they substitute him?


Please, Oboabona intercepted Salah a lot of times when Echiejile was on the field. I wonder how that can be successful to you.

Moses and the defensive midfielders tracked back to help track Salah. Unlike when Amuzie was on the field, Salah could pull in crosses. Fortunately they were not accurate.

You criticized Amuzie for making faulty passes but now you want to absolve Echiejile for making faulty passes.

Admit it, Echiejile was terrible and worse than Amuzie. That his terrible cross showed it all
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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by BascoVanVeli(m): 10:07pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:


Who is defending Coach Siasia? Not me. I am talking of something that has gone on for long. It is time for us to know that hiring and sacking coaches might not be the solution to our problems.

I am talking of a problem since Coach Westerhoff. Westerhoff succeeded because he went behind the NFF and dealt directly with the Presidency.

The NFF had nothing to do with this loss. The starting lineup set the tone and the substitutions did the rest.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by adegwurulez(m): 10:12pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:


Experimenting players at this crucial stage is unacceptable. How can you bring a winger to play as an attacking midfielder just because you want to include him in the team to make ego?

Aminu Umar plays as a winger in his club.
quite ironical coming from you, isn't it?
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:14pm On Mar 29, 2016
BascoVanVeli:


The NFF had nothing to do with this loss. The starting lineup set the tone and the substitutions did the rest.


That is when people want to turn a blind eye to our true problems. Why do you think Coach Oliseh was at war with the NFF technical committee.

I hate a group of people criticizing and suggesting to the coach how he will prosecute the match.

How did we go from starting Iheanacho to Iheanacho not playing.

Why change your left wing back when you team lacked creativity in the midfield?

It is easy to say it all rest on Coach Siasia but I know there is more to it. During Nigeria Vs Germany in New Zealand, I wrote, not again.

This was another not again factor.

The NFF should disband that Technical committee. As long as they have inputs and they must okay a line up, all the selection does not rest on the coach.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by confun: 10:20pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheSuperNerd:
#smiles

Ignore my smiles Ma'am. It's a camouflage.

I'm actually pained as anyone can see from my "lamentation" on the previous page. (I put #smiles and a bright message at the end to show I can never allow dark times like these blind me to the future we have in our football).

But that's just the story ma'am.... That's the story.

All is well.... #smiles
sad
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by confun: 10:23pm On Mar 29, 2016
Icon4s:


Madam pls take it easy.

Pls dnt take it hard on urself. This is football.
Pls be strong.
oga, despite all our stars with big big names and big clubs...sad.....
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by edi287: 10:27pm On Mar 29, 2016
joseph1013:


Neocolonialism is Hector Cuper, an Italian, coaching Egypt to the Nation's Cup?

What about Bernd Storck, a German, coaching HUngary?

What about Vladimir Petković, from Bosnia, coaching Switzerland?

What about Marcel Koller, from Switzerland, coaching Austria?

Let's stop deceiving ourselves, desperate times call for desperate actions.
You seem to be forgetting the fools we have at NFF.
I agree we need a foreign coach, but do you honestly trust those morons to hire a good coach?? How are we going to pay them?
NFF is the REAL problem here. Peakmilk has turned out to be all bark and no bite. I'd take Maigari over this mugu and that's saying much.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:32pm On Mar 29, 2016
**puts hands on head**

Chaiiii..... Ehyeeaaa.... I totally understand Ma'am.

Hmm... All is well.

Hope the patients are okay shaa.......

Hope the out-patients left satisfied ooo.....

It's well ma'am... Nigerian soccer can't be down for too long.


confun:
my brother, I was streaming d game online even while consulting my patients,(though i didnt make it obvious to my patients), i didn't know wen I started unconsciously transferring aggression on my patients....
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:35pm On Mar 29, 2016
That's exactly where my very focus is centered first of all.

I feel like doing a "Kaduna Nzeogwu" in Nigeria's football world.

I'm that crazzyyy right now!!!

edi287:

You seem to be forgetting the fools we have at NFF.
I agree we need a foreign coach, but do you honestly trust those morons to hire a good coach?? How are we going to pay them?
NFF is the REAL problem here. Peakmilk has turned out to be all bark and no bite. I'd take Maigari over this mugu and that's saying much.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by edi287: 10:41pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheSuperNerd:
That's exactly where my very focus is centered first of all.

[/b]I feel like doing a "Kaduna Nzeogwu" in Nigeria's football world.[b]

I'm that crazzyyy right now!!!

For real!!! Getting tired of these failed politicians that know nothing about football claiming to be football administrators. Sack them all and get people like Odegbami in. Enough is enough.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by BascoVanVeli(m): 10:41pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:



That is when people want to turn a blind eye to our true problems. Why do you think Coach Oliseh was at war with the NFF technical committee.

I hate a group of people criticizing and suggesting to the coach how he will prosecute the match.

How did we go from starting Iheanacho to Iheanacho not playing.

Why change your left wing back when you team lacked creativity in the midfield?

It is easy to say it all rest on Coach Siasia but I know there is more to it. During Nigeria Vs Germany in New Zealand, I wrote, not again.

This was another not again factor.

The NFF should disband that Technical committee. As long as they have inputs and they must okay a line up, all the selection does not rest on the coach.

Na wa o! From Pinnick to technical committee, i tire o.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:45pm On Mar 29, 2016
BascoVanVeli:


Na wa o! From Pinnick to technical committee, i tire o.

You said the NFF had nothing to do with the list. I am showing you the link of the NFF with the list.

As for Pinnick, from his Guardiola of Africa to his Kaduna, to not finding sponsors for the Super Eagles, shows he is not ready for the job.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by Badosqi(m): 10:52pm On Mar 29, 2016
You are here claiming team local coach upandan while other African countries are already hiring the best available foreign coaches.

Egypt hired the former valencia boss to qualify them again after missing out on 3 consecutive afcon tournaments. We've missed how many consecutively now? 2 i guess, maybe we will do the right thing when we fail to qualify for afcon 2019. The egyptians were not that fantastic sef but we couldn't just beat them, they got 4 heavy points from a possible 6.


Morocco hired 2 times afcon winning coach Herve Renard(zambia and ivory coast). They now have 12 points in 4 games and defeated the number one team in africa (Cape Verde) home and away. Morocco is getting stronger and they are playing futball again under herve renard.


Even Ghana are not left out. They hired Avram Grant(opolo), took them to the final of afcon 2015 but narrowly lost to herve renard's ivory coast on penalties.


We need a foreign coach too, a coach with quality and experience.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:05pm On Mar 29, 2016
Badosqi:
You are here claiming team local coach upandan while other African countries are already hiring the best available foreign coaches.

Egypt hired the former valencia boss to qualify them again after missing out on 3 consecutive afcon tournaments. We've missed how many consecutively now? 2 i guess, maybe we will do the right thing when we fail to qualify for afcon 2019. The egyptians were not that fantastic sef but we couldn't just beat them, they got 4 heavy points from a possible 6.


Morocco hired 2 times afcon winning coach Herve Renard(zambia and ivory coast). They now have 12 points in 4 games and defeated the number one team in africa (Cape Verde) home and away. Morocco is getting stronger and they are playing futball again under herve renard.


Even Ghana are not left out. They hired Avram Grant(opolo), took them to the final of afcon 2015 but narrowly lost to herve renard's ivory coast on penalties.


We need a foreign coach too, a coach with quality and experience.


Berti Vogtz almost destroyed the Scottish Football from the grassroots. Many Scots regretted his time there. Guess what? That was the guy the NFF chose to hire for us. Result? Failure.

Lars Lagerback failed to qualify Sweden for the World Cup. They sacked the coach who qualified us, Amodu and hired Lars Lagerback who failed to qualify us. Result? Failure.

That is the problem. The guys in NFF can not tell what is the best thing for us. They sabotage the team and the coaches.

By the way, Cuper is too negative, his Football is ridiculous and they are not winning that title in any way.

I am just against the exaltation as if the whites are the best thing since jam
.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:07pm On Mar 29, 2016
adegwurulez:

quite ironical coming from you, isn't it?

Then tell us where Aminu Umar played? Tell us why the in experience Amuzie was invited in the first place?

Then i will know if it is "ironically". If you are from NFF or Siasia tell them you failed woefully in your mission to deceive some people here. Thanks
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:10pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:


Please, Oboabona intercepted Salah a lot of times when Echiejile was on the field. I wonder how that can be successful to you.

Moses and the defensive midfielders tracked back to help track Salah. Unlike when Amuzie was on the field, Salah could pull in crosses. Fortunately they were not accurate.

You criticized Amuzie for making faulty passes but now you want to absolve Echiejile for making faulty passes.

Admit it, Echiejile was terrible and worse than Amuzie. That his terrible cross showed it all
.

Then tell us why Amuzie was substituted today?
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by Nobody: 11:11pm On Mar 29, 2016
It is quite disappointing ...Siasia selection was faulty and his subs didn't really help .

Left my duty at ER to see the game at our lounge, got back to ER after the horrendous result to see 6 consults waiting for me .. sad

I wish God can transform this my love for football to love for career driven information.

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Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:13pm On Mar 29, 2016
confun:
my brother, I was streaming d game online even while consulting my patients,(though i didnt make it obvious to my patients), i didn't know wen I started unconsciously transferring aggression on my patients....

grin Abegi, no go give somebody injection in the wrong place ooo!
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:15pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:


Then tell us why Amuzie was substituted today?

Coach Siasia expected an AS Monaco wing back will have the ability to swing in crosses to help the strikers, Aminu and Ighalo get the ball to score.

Unfortunately, the guy was worse than Amuzie. Tell me you did not see that cross from Echiejile. Tell me it was not terrible.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by confun: 11:15pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:


grin Abegi, no go give somebody injection in the wrong place ooo!
not that bad bro, bt the tin pain me sha.....anyway that's super eagles for you.... A disappointment
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by BascoVanVeli(m): 11:19pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:


You said the NFF had nothing to do with the list. I am showing you the link of the NFF with the list.

As for Pinnick, from his Guardiola of Africa to his Kaduna, to not finding sponsors for the Super Eagles, shows he is not ready for the job.

The technical committee has already said they don't select players. Alot of countries have technical commitee's this isn't brand new.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:23pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:


Then tell us why Amuzie was substituted today?


4, Echiejile: I still don't know why Keshi picked this guy ahead of Taiye Taiwo. Even if TT is useless in defending, he adds bite to attack. Echiejile is both useless in defending and making attacking runs to assist the left winger. Yesterday was no different. Gave the ball away many times. Coudlnt stop the CV guys meandering through our defence. Poor passes and finishing too
Rating 2


https://www.nairaland.com/1157781/nigeria-vs-cape-verde-player

This Echiejile has been terrible for so long.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:25pm On Mar 29, 2016
BascoVanVeli:


The technical committee has already said they don't select players. Alot of countries have technical commitee's this isn't brand new.

So, why we're they eager to see Coach Keshi's list? Chris Green went as far as saying something like let Coach Oliseh not Coach us to fail.

After they see the list and they do not like it, what happens?

They lick Ice Cream on the list.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:31pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:


Coach Siasia expected an AS Monaco wing back will have the ability to swing in crosses to help the strikers, Aminu and Ighalo get the ball to score.

Unfortunately, the guy was worse than Amuzie. Tell me you did not see that cross from Echiejile. Tell me it was not terrible.

You obviously did watch the match through your lens of sentiments hence your bias judgement.

Go back and watch the match again then come back tell me how many shots on goal did Egypt had in the first half and in the second half then come back here and re write your analysis.

Echijiele going forward at the expence Salah is suicide.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by BascoVanVeli(m): 11:32pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:


So, why we're they eager to see Coach Keshi's list? Chris Green went as far as saying something like let Coach Oliseh not Coach us to fail.

After they see the list and they do not like it, what happens?

They lick Ice Cream on the list.

U are not explaining the starting 11 and subs.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:32pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:



4, Echiejile: I still don't know why Keshi picked this guy ahead of Taiye Taiwo. Even if TT is useless in defending, he adds bite to attack. Echiejile is both useless in defending and making attacking runs to assist the left winger. Yesterday was no different. Gave the ball away many times. Coudlnt stop the CV guys meandering through our defence. Poor passes and finishing too
Rating 2


https://www.nairaland.com/1157781/nigeria-vs-cape-verde-player

This Echiejile has been terrible for so long.


Who told you Taye taiwo is useless in defending?
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by Badosqi(m): 11:34pm On Mar 29, 2016
TheGoodJoe:



Berti Vogtz almost destroyed the Scottish Football from the grassroots. Many Scots regretted his time there. Guess what? That was the guy the NFF chose to hire for us. Result? Failure.

Lars Lagerback failed to qualify Sweden for the World Cup. They sacked the coach who qualified us, Amodu and hired Lars Lagerback who failed to qualify us. Result? Failure.

That is the problem. The guys in NFF can not tell what is the best thing for us. They sabotage the team and the coaches.

By the way, Cuper is too negative, his Football is ridiculous and they are not winning that title in any way.

I am just against the exaltation as if the whites are the best thing since jam
.

This is the problem with the people running our football, they will never hire a good foreign coach for the eagles . They will likely hire a failure to coach the eagles, one that will definitely fail. They will then comeback to tell us why it is good to trust in local coaches.

You don't like Cuper, too negative and plays ridiulous football. Who cares? Egyptians don't care about all these. They've waite for close to years and missed 3 afcons, now they are back thanks to Hector cuper. They don't play attractive football but our star studded eagles can't even defeat them. To miss 3 afcons no be beans ooooo.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:37pm On Mar 29, 2016
confun:
not that bad bro, bt the tin pain me sha.....anyway that's super eagles for you.... A disappointment

Ok, i see. Na so e pain me but no worries. We go wait another 3 years.
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by forgiveness: 11:49pm On Mar 29, 2016
Super Eagles Rating

DANIEL AKPEYI 7/10
Put up a brave performance in what was his first competitive game for the Super Eagles. Made two brilliant saves on 39 minutes and could do nothing to prevent the Pharaohs from scoring the winner.


SHEHU ABDULAHI 4/10
A below-par showing from the Uniao Madeira of Portugal defender. He was constantly caught out of position especially in the first half and contributed little going forward.
EFE AMBROSE 5/10
The Celtic man did well to curtail the Pharaohs attackers, but couldn't prevent them from scoring the decisive goal. He also lost possession a few times.
GODFREY OBOABONA 6/10
Solid as ever, but was unfortunate to end up on the losing side.
STANLEY AMUZIE 3/10
Surprisingly kept his place in the starting eleven and put up a shoddy display in the game. He was rightly substituted at the start of the second half after an error-prone performance.
OGHENEKARO ETEBO 4/10
Couldn't replicate his first leg performance. He make little impact in the game and was substituted due to injury.
MIKEL OBI 5/10
The Chelsea midfielder had an average game although he started well, controlling the midfield early on. He however failed to lift his side to get a positive result from the game.
Read Also: Enough! Taiwo Cautions Eagles Stars Against Bragging To Beat Egypt
AMINU UMAR 4/10
A surprise inclusion in the starting line up. Umar toiled hard to make an impression in the game with no success.
AHMED MUSA 3/10
Another horrific display from the winger. Never made any significant impact in the game for the entire 90 minutes he spent on the pitch.
VICTOR MOSES 8/10
Unarguably Super Eagles best player in the game. Came close to getting the equalising goal late in the game when his shot hit the post.
ODION IGHAL0 4/10
Yet to make an impact on the international stage. The Watford forward struggled to get going and had a poor game by his Premier League standards.
SUBSTITUTES
ELDERSON ECHIEJILE 5/10
Took the place of Stanley Amuzie at the start of the second half and did little to change the complexion of the game.
AZUBUIKE IKECHUKWU 6/10
The defensive midfielder helped stabilise the Super Eagles midfield when he came on for the injured Oghenekaro Etebo. He surely has a big future ahead of him.
ALEX IWOBI 6/10
Brought some life into the Super Eagles attack when he replaced Aminu Umar in the 72 minute.


http://www.completesportsnigeria.com/home-mobile/
Re: Super Eagles Of Nigeria Thread: 2017 AFCON Qualifiers. by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:49pm On Mar 29, 2016
forgiveness:


You obviously did watch the match through your lens of sentiments hence your bias judgement.

Go back and watch the match again then come back tell me how many shots on goal did Egypt had in the first half and in the second half then come back here and re write your analysis.

Echijiele going forward at the expence Salah is suicide.

He brought Echiejile to pull in crosses. Not to defend. As soon as Echiejile came in, Salah was more free and caused us more havoc.

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