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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by justiz5(m): 7:01am On Nov 02, 2015
Youngsage:


Thank you! I wonder why Nigerians are very quick to criticize and bring down themselves. As if Brazilians or other countries are immune from cheating??!?

But the truth is age cheating at this level, has been reduced to the barest minimum.


You now, people who have MODIFIED their birth certificate more than 1,000,000,000,000,000
times, will never ever believe that some one else used or stated his real age.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheSuperNerd(m): 7:01am On Nov 02, 2015
Victor Ikpeba (1989 u-17), Benedict Akwuegbu (1989 u-17), Jonathan Akpoborie (1985 u-17), Celestine Babayaro (1993 u-17), Wilson Oruma ( 1993 u-17), Emmanuel Babayaro--- member of atlanta 96 Gold winning squad before Injury cut him short (1993 u-17), Godwin Okpara (1989 u-17)................

Sorry, but I could only recall "7" high-profile names that went on to have great football careers..... **smiles**

So u see..... Kanu wasn't the only one......**smiles**

And more are still gonna make their marks and are already doing so from the Class of 2009, the "SUPER CLASS" of 2013, and lately, "THE UNIQUE CLASS OF 2015"

Another "NEW" era is born Sir......... Pls, stop leaving in the past....... **smiles**

GODBLESS AND HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY.........*smiles*

Chidinho10:



Kanu is a rare example. Can you provide 10 more examples?

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by jonathanOz: 7:23am On Nov 02, 2015
Hope we ain't meeting mali next?
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by Ahmed4002(m): 7:28am On Nov 02, 2015
sparkleRed:


Lol I dey oo, I dey naija, trouble dey sweet me to find

If dem break your head. I no dey ooooo tongue
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by ojsquare: 7:29am On Nov 02, 2015
Infohelp:

Abeg make naija pity them. Una wan disgrace them like germany do them last year ba

We sa don pity them.
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by Lovexme(m): 7:41am On Nov 02, 2015
Mexico will win against Ecuador.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by daltose: 7:45am On Nov 02, 2015
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by saintkel(m): 7:48am On Nov 02, 2015
sparkleRed:

You are simply an idiot grin
ofcos I am an idiot who loves u
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheGoodJoe(m): 7:50am On Nov 02, 2015
tgmservice:
u are a complete daft goat those players u mentioned are all citizens of England they are meant to treat their own with some upperhand. Why don't we Improve our league


So you agree it is not just a thing of age falsification. The Europeans/South Americans have improved leagues and most likely they will do better.

Even with that, many European and South American U17 players fade away and do not reach the expected heights.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by Icon4s(m): 7:50am On Nov 02, 2015
justiz5:


Lol.
Am aslo a Chelsea fan but still follow the national team, in short, [b]I follow Nigeria's matches more than Club football
. I pay money to watch even the U17 teams both male and female. I am also an ardent follower of football threads on Nairaland, though on the ghost mode, just joined the forum few days ago.
[/b]

Then u are not a true Chelsea fan. grin
I know them bros. The only thing dey know is Mourinho. They may not even know much of Chelsea's history. grin

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheGoodJoe(m): 7:55am On Nov 02, 2015
TheSuperNerd:
Victor Ikpeba (1989 u-17), Benedict Akwuegbu (1989 u-17), Jonathan Akpoborie (1985 u-17), Celestine Babayaro (1993 u-17), Wilson Oruma ( 1993 u-17), Emmanuel Babayaro--- member of atlanta 96 Gold winning squad before Injury cut him short (1993 u-17), Godwin Okpara (1989 u-17)................

Sorry, but I could only recall "7" high-profile names that went on to have great football careers..... **smiles**

So u see..... Kanu wasn't the only one......**smiles**

And more are still gonna make their marks and are already doing so from the Class of 2009, the "SUPER CLASS" of 2013, and lately, "THE UNIQUE CLASS OF 2015"

Another "NEW" era is born Sir......... Pls, stop leaving in the past....... **smiles**

GODBLESS AND HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY.........*smiles*



How could you forget Mikel Obi rumored to be 30 years at the U20 but nine years and counting, he is still relevant to Chelsea and Onazi. Stamps my feet hard on the ground and clenches my fist.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheSuperNerd(m): 8:00am On Nov 02, 2015
Hahahahahahahahahaha......... Nooooo, Abeg oooo....... I no forget oooo......*smiles*

I was only focusing on those who have finished their soccer careers and can be looked at as a whole....

I "intentionally" left out Mikel, Onazi and even Omeruo and Ahmed Musa because they're still playing....

Hey!!! I mentioned 7 earlier rite? So these 3-4 above can make it "ten"........*smiles*

There, I think that gentleman can have his "10" now.........*smiles*



TheGoodJoe:



How could you forget Mikel obi and Onazi. Stamps my feet hard on the ground and clenches my fist.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by philcz(m): 8:01am On Nov 02, 2015
damiloladuke:


no be joke ooo. i dey tell u now...a simple act of obedience can get you N2000 airtime
I'm not usually obedient. thanks for the offer though.
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheGoodJoe(m): 8:02am On Nov 02, 2015
Chidinho10:



Kanu is a rare example. Can you provide 10 more examples?


How many countries can boast of ten more examples?

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by wayodude(m): 8:14am On Nov 02, 2015
midehi2:

it must start from somewhere

The problem is 'it' started here in 1985and 'it' is still HERE! Damn someone tell the NFF to investigate why our U-17 performances cannot be translated to the senior team. We must know the reasons for this. Please!
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by femi4: 8:18am On Nov 02, 2015
Lovexme:
Mexico will win against Ecuador.
I prefer Ecuador
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by namdo(m): 8:19am On Nov 02, 2015
Lazarus...... a better 'Yobo', if u asked me.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by fujirice: 8:21am On Nov 02, 2015
Chidinho10:



Taa you forget Stanley Okoro, Sani Emmanuel, Ajjagun? Abi you no know say him play U17 with Isco, Neymar and El Shaarawy? The only player in that team currently playing soccer are Azeez and Onazi.

You forget Chrisantus etc and him set? No be them Kroos, DE Gea, Victor Moses, Illaramendi and Borjan Krkic mate?

Ronaldinho, Xavi, Ashley Cole played U20 in 1999 and they still playing soccer till date. Where is Aghahowa, Dombraye, Bazuaye, Okunowo etc that played together them?


Nigeria has never produced a legit team for age grade competitions. Quote me anywhere

Or are you telling me that Iheanacho is 19? Hahahahah
Oga quit hating and go and be useful to yourself. People are making the country, their family and themselves proud but you are just here hating. Abeg shift!!!

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by femi4: 8:29am On Nov 02, 2015
Those lads should work on the first 10-15mins slow start display into a match. So far, that has been their flaws
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by Damfostopper(m): 8:31am On Nov 02, 2015
You Claim to be a Biafran but you just finished
watching Nigeria football match with Brazil, The
Eaglet scored the first , second and the third goal
, and you shouted
Gooooooooooooooooal! Up Nigeria!!in jubilation.
Less than an hour later, you log on Nairaland
posting
Biafra or Death.
Well
You are dead Already!
# mtcheeeeeeeeeeew
# Nansense

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by seekier(m): 8:43am On Nov 02, 2015
IBBG:
I'm just so impressed with that osimhen guy. the guy na natural no 9. his movement, positioning and runs is just cool
So was Christsantus Macualey
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by successinlife: 8:44am On Nov 02, 2015
wayodude:


The problem is 'it' started here in 1985and 'it' is still HERE! Damn someone tell the NFF to investigate why our U-17 performances cannot be translated to the senior team. We must know the reasons for this. Please!

The problem of everything negative on the nation Nigeria is interwoven.If we can't fix our economy,security,education,health,infastructural facilities etc then sports can't be fixed.Nigeria football has got no template,no foundation no developmental planning and lastly there is no maintenance culture.

Sports is now scientifically connected,you need graphs,charts,good statistics and high level training materials to excel,the problem of the age grade not attaining their expected peaks is as a result of many factors other than age falsification.Even in Europe not all their expected junior players attains their peak and this is why they always have ready made replacement.

If we are really doing the right selection and put the right players in the right positions with right formular,Nigeria still has what it takes to shake the world but if we continue to use outdated analogical system while our european/american counterperts use digital means of doing it then we should blame ourselves and not the players that fail to attain their fullness.

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by sparkleRed(f): 8:46am On Nov 02, 2015
Ahmed4002:


If dem break your head. I no dey ooooo tongue

Meta la won o reach, abi ori won yi? grin
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by Elxandre(m): 8:47am On Nov 02, 2015
Eziachi:
Typical. Commenting on something you never saw.
My problem isn't about their ages alone.
I'm only wondering why they don't become true superstars.
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by isaaqwahab(m): 9:15am On Nov 02, 2015
grin grin grin shocked
TechRex:


i love your signature, please can you teach me how to do it
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheSuperNerd(m): 9:25am On Nov 02, 2015
**smiles**

How many times are we gonna say this?

Ok.... Check this out.....

I'll give you just one "recent" example........

@AFCON 2013 IN SOUTH AFRICA,

Nigeria's Super Eagles were dominated by over 50-70% previous u-17 and u-20 players (+ u-23) AND THEY WERE "THE MAIN STARS AND ACTORS" apart from Enyeama, Victor moses (england u-17 2007), Emenike and Oboabona.

-Kenneth Omeruo (2009 u-17 and 2011 u-20)

-Efe Ambrose (2007 u-20)

-Elderson Uwa Echiejile (2007 u-20)

-Joseph Yobo (1999 u-20)

-John Mikel Obi(2003 u-17 and 2005 u-20)

-Ogenyi Onazi (2009 u-17)

-Sunday Mba (2005 u-17)

-Obiorah Nwankwo (2009 u-20)

-Brown Ideye (2007 u-20)

-Ahmed Musa (2011 u-20)

-Nosa Igiebor (Nigeria u-23 2012)

***even at the Fifa world cup 2014, the percentage of u-17s/u-20s INCREASED WITH THE ADDITION OF:

-Ramon Azeez (2009 u-17 and 2011 u-20)
-Uche Innocent Nwofor (2011 u-20)
-Michael Uchebo (2009 u-20)




NOW THIS WAS "MAJORLY" IN 2013.........*SMILES*

Now later that year, A NEW SUPER ERA WAS BORN..........

THE NIGERIAN U-17 SUPER CLASS OF 2013 PRODUCED "A LOT OF SUPER TALENTS" BOUND TO RULE THE SOCCER WORLD...........

ALREADY, 4 OF THEM are in the Super Eagles 24-man list for the upcoming World cup qualifiers against Swaziland this month.....

-KELECHI IHEANACHO (MAN CITY, ENGLAND)
-DELE ALAMPASU (ATHLETICO FIERENSE, PORTUGAL)
-WILFRED NDIDI (KRC GENK, BELGIUM)
-MOSES SIMON (KAA GENT, BELGIUM)--- he was an initial member of this squad but because of his transfer abroad he didn't continue with the team to Caf 2013 and UAE 2013.

AND "MORE" FROM THAT "SUPER CLASS" ARE BOUND TO MAKE THE STEP UP TO THE SENIOR NATIONAL TEAM SOON ENOUGH COZ THEY'RE FLYING HIGH IN GOOD CLUBS IN EUROPE......

-Isaac Success (Granada, Spain)
-Chidera Ezeh (Fc porto, portugal)
-Musa Yahaya (Tottenham, England.....will sign pro-deal in jan 2016 wen he turns 18 in december 2015)
-Godwin Savior (KVO Oostende, Belgium)
-Musa Mohammed (Istanbul Basekhehir, Turkey)
-Habeeb Makanjuola( Chelsea u-18s)
-Taiwo Awoniyi (Liverpool, England.... Loaned to Fsv Frankfurt, Germany)
-Chidiebere Nwakali (Man City, England... Loaned to Girona, Spain)
-MuaZam: Ibrahim Abdullahi (Kvc Westerlo....belgium)
-Bernard Bulbwa (Esperance, Tunisia)
-Theophilus Solomon (HNK Rijeka, Croatia..... Loaned to HNK Sibenik, Croatia)
-Aliyu Abubakar (Ms Ashdod, Israel)
--**AND COUPLE OF OTHERS**

About 3 of them are making waves in the soon-to-conclude NIGERIAN PREMIER LEAGUE (NPFL)

-Zaharadeen Bello (Kano Pillars)
-Joshua Enaholo (Enyimba fc)--- joined the team in the u-20s
-Ifeanyi Matthew (El-kanemi warriors and a "key player" in our Home-based Super eagles that just qualified for Chan 2016).

NOW, THE ERA BORN IN 2013 CARRIES ITSELF INTO 2015........... WHERE WE'RE WITNESSING "THE BIRTH" OF ANOTHER UNIQUE CLASS....... Osimhen, Kelechi Nwakali (currently on Man city's and west ham's radar), Anumudu, Udoh (the GK), Chukwueze, Kingsley Michael, Lazarus, Zakari, Enogela, and a few more....... *smiles*

Sir, An English Analyst said some days back in Manchester that indeed the future of world soccer. belong to "Nigerian footballers" coz of the "Super outflux of top talents getting deals with good teams in europe" and showing they can make it in "the big leagues" and at "the highest level".........


SO PLS, CHECK THE FACTS AND STATISTICS, COZ A "NEW ERA" IS BORN INDEED........ And "some" structures are being put in place to continue this trend....... We are getting there and surely we will get there....... Sustenance is the key.

**big smiles**


wayodude:


The problem is 'it' started here in 1985and 'it' is still HERE! Damn someone tell the NFF to investigate why our U-17 performances cannot be translated to the senior team. We must know the reasons for this. Please!

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by TheSuperNerd(m): 9:30am On Nov 02, 2015
Nope...... Osimhen is far better..... And a youngster.

**smiles**

By the way, Chrisantus macauley currently stars for AEK ATHENS in the Greek Super league.

He's one of the club's top scorers...... *smiles*

seekier:
So was Christsantus Macualey

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by engineerboat(m): 9:45am On Nov 02, 2015
Napoleon55:
For those that have been crying foul 'bout Nigeria cheating at age grade competitions,that when it comes to senior level they fizzle out,I think they should go and do some research before coming out and post here just to undermine our achievements in age grade completions.
Do they ever consider some of these facts:
- AFCON are played by our senior players,we have played in 7 AFCON finals,isn't that an achievement by our senior boys?
- The last AFCON that we won,80/90% of the players came through from our U-17/U-20/U-23 teams. - Omeruo,Onazi,Mikel,Mba,(from U-17),
Echiejile,Efe,Ideye,Musa (from U-20)
Only Enyeama,Emenike,Obobona and IK Uche didn't play age grade competitions before playing for SE.
- The last but not the list,the greatest player that Nigeria has ever produced(KANU) came through right from U-17,
Are these not achievements and benefits from the age grade completions?
What about some countries that are yet to win anything for the past 30 years with their senior or junior.
There is nothing that can be done to please some people.
Go Eaglets,just bring back the trophy,that's all that matters.

That goes to show to you the type of people breeding up in this country with a anti-clockwise mindset. If the boys are not winning (they are not tactical, tired leg etc ), winning matches (they are over-aged) as if they are there father, mother and the hospital medical record officer

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Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by ameynuJR(m): 9:48am On Nov 02, 2015
Yes! 9ja no go ever carry last o!

I missed the match but had dream that Nigeria won and it iis true they won.
Re: Nigeria Vs Brazil: FIFA U-17 World Cup Quarter Finals (3 - 0) Live by brenies: 10:10am On Nov 02, 2015
Any update about the injury of Essien? @ Our no.18

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