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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Nobody: 8:06am On Nov 09, 2015
lyntiffany:
Thanks.
Morning.
Hw is the bright morning sun treating u?
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Nollyvin(m): 8:07am On Nov 09, 2015
[quote author=Aztezee post=39828656]Congrats naija,bt wait ooo,e b lyk say NWAKALI na IHENACHO broda o,or am i wrong? They are not related. Chidiebere Nwakali of the Iheanacho set is the elder brother to Kelechi Nwakali.
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by 4peace(m): 8:17am On Nov 09, 2015
Alexiz031:

y dnt u ask urself y d boiz dnt do well in main competition xcept dis.
Grow up nd stop been naive

I cant remember any member of my school team that won principal cup ever play football again including me(just 14yrs),

The ball using is differ to leather ball you used too grin (even people with right kit even hit leather ball better than this)

If brazil,argentina etc won,you will praise them but
if any africa won it must be over age.

I remembered zidane(if he played for algeria instead will call him old papa)
what of Anthony Martial of Man Utd, He will clock 20yrs on dec 5 this year(if he is naija player you for done use mouth kill him)

Concerning the main competition-how many under age even make it thru out the world.let me tell you golden generation comes once in a while ours came btw 1993 to 1996, we saw another flash btw 2005 to 2008.

I prayed 2013 set will start another golden gen for us.


You too
Grow up nd stop been naive and hating

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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by oshe11: 8:18am On Nov 09, 2015
IYANGBALI:
i think you see your life now?enemy of progrss from biafra tongue tongue tongue
am a konfirmed Isoko boy........ And FYI GEJ kalled dem during d brk........ Source:Amunike
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by IYANGBALI: 8:24am On Nov 09, 2015
VickyRotex:



So you no later sleepppp? cheesy cheesy cheesy




We won ooooooo!!!! cheesy cheesy cheesy
sharaaaaaaaaap you are not a Nigerian
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by mirakzhomes: 8:24am On Nov 09, 2015
Thank God for the victory
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by LamiHandsome(m): 8:24am On Nov 09, 2015
...and on the educational path, outside here I got a whatsapp group; where Concord related issues are being broken down like pea nuts. The group's title is "Let's Discuss Concord"
However, the group is created by me, might be hilarious but I bet I'm one serious head in English. Simply put, I'm a huge fan of English.
The group was created by me in affiliation with "A great professor" in English. He would be available to answer questions too with me; it's actually a tender group though. Everybody has the sole right to share thoughts, ideas or beliefs. You know it's always awesome when scholars debate

I actually created the group to help with confusing matters in English; you know, we tend to make even hilarious mistakes in our day to day conversations. I tell you, if you join this group, cases of balderdash lines in our grammar would definitely be reduced to a minimal level.
The Fun part:
There's random lavish give away of freebies of airtime all over the week; 3 rounds everyday (all networks). Jokes too when the need arises.

Whatsapp no: 08101034997. You definitely cannot afford to miss out!
Show some interest.,
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Nobody: 8:25am On Nov 09, 2015
Honestly, I used to be one of those individuals that never took these FIFA age-grade competitions seriously.

However after taking time to Google Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on Wikipedia, I discovered that there is 99% accuracy in using MRI to determine biological age below 17years, and FIFA has since 2009 adopted MRI in the u17 competition.

I therefore encourage all those doubters and skeptics to Google MRI on Wikipedia and objectively decide.

Finally, I see a very bright future for this golden generation of Eaglets and also for Nigeria football, only if NFF and other football stakeholders in the country can put their acts together.

Once more, Congratulations our Gallant & Victorious Golden Eaglets!!!

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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by robosky02(m): 8:35am On Nov 09, 2015
VINA DEL MAR, CHILE - NOVEMBER 08: The team of Nigeria celebrate after winning the FIFA U-17 Men's World Cup 2015 final match between Mali and Nigeria at Estadio Sausalito on November 8, 2015 in Vina del Mar, Chile. (Photo by Martin Rose - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by ameynuJR(m): 8:35am On Nov 09, 2015
Congrats teamNigeria. They realy deserve this trophy and those boys Osimhen and Nwakali I already book them for #Arsenal
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by VickyRotex(f): 8:39am On Nov 09, 2015
IYANGBALI:
sharaaaaaaaaap you are not a Nigerian

It's too early to be High! angry angry
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Lovexme(m): 8:39am On Nov 09, 2015
ifISLAPYOU:
hm noh wah u tink. Lets go and pray

Of course, I'd already finished praying. cool
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by VickyRotex(f): 8:40am On Nov 09, 2015
oshe11:
am a konfirmed Isoko boy........ And FYI GEJ kalled dem during d brk........ Source:Amunike

This weed never still clear for your Face? angry undecided
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by ifISLAPYOU(f): 8:44am On Nov 09, 2015
Lovexme:

Of course, I'd already finished praying. cool
gud
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Lovexme(m): 8:54am On Nov 09, 2015
ifISLAPYOU:
gud

Morning.
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Optional2(f): 9:01am On Nov 09, 2015
AreaFada2:


Oya, come & declare for us who watched on your behalf. 6 cartons of orijin & same of Malt. grin
lols my home gal shizzy7 watched it on my behalf
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by conquerorsegun(m): 9:18am On Nov 09, 2015
Goridoe:

ehn ehn, 'Senior Level' nko sir? lipsrsealed
we re still learning, but we will surely get there
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by shizzy7(f): 9:24am On Nov 09, 2015
Drabeey:

Hi shizzy7. i am drabeey. i already sent u a pm on ur email. we are both paired in the poem competition. let's get together and see how best we can go in the ....
Hello drabreey, the e-mail I registered with is not mine and I don't have access to it. Maybe you should drop your e-mail I will contact you or we can continue on NL probably on a new thread(except if someone will copy us).
We Will Win This Competition!!!
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Phame: 9:40am On Nov 09, 2015
Goridoe:

lol, oya come make i use ahm on u first grin
grin
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by AreaFada2: 9:48am On Nov 09, 2015
Optional2:
lols my home gal shizzy7 watched it on my behalf

Na im we dey talk now na. Come declare for all us including shzzy7. cheesy
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by ethicalUser(m): 9:52am On Nov 09, 2015
ameynuJR:
Congrats teamNigeria. They realy deserve this trophy and those boys Osimhen and Nwakali I already book them for #Arsenal
I swear ...Wenger shouldnt dull mbok
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by TheSuperNerd(m): 10:05am On Nov 09, 2015
Always Believe My dear....... Always Believe.......*smiles*

Like Wellington Jighere who have been African Champion in scrabble for over 5 yrs and always came close to nicking the world title but faltered.... ALWAYS BELIEVE.........*smiles*

NIGERIA IS 11-TIME CHAMPIONS OF AFRICA IN SCRABBLE....... WE ARE EVEN THE REIGNING BEST AND CHAMPS IN AFRICA.

JIGHERE WELLINGTON AND OTHER NIGERIAN SCRABBLE SUPER TALENTS HAVE MAINTAINED NIGERIA'S DOMINANCE IN AFRICA AND MORE ARE STILL COMING UP.

Now, he patiently bidded his time and have emerged world champion............ ALWAYS BELIEVE.........

SKEPTICISM NEVER BRINGS ONE MEDALS..... BUT BELIEF AND SELF-CONFIDENCE PUTS YOU ON TRACK TO CONQUER THE WORLD............. Always Believe.

GOOD DAY SHIZZY.............. **smile now**

Say ceeeeeeeeeeeee.................. *smiles*

You can have Osimhen now....... But Nwakali is "MY BOY" followed by Osimhen, Chukwueze, Bamgboye, Okwonkwo Orji, Udoh, Zakari, Enogela and the rest of the squad. But the "Super class" of 2013 stays ever close to my heart.

The 2013 and 2015 Classes (and subsequent classes and generations) will give us "SUPER NIGERIANS" a "super pool" of World class SUPER GIFTED PLAYERS who will go on to shock the world at the senior level..... Russia 2018 will be our keen test-run (here, we get to the Quarter-finals plus more).

But as from Qatar 2022, We dominate "MERCILESSLY".

IT'S TIME FOR AFRICA (NIGERIA IN PARTICULAR) TO WIN THE FIFA WORLD CUP........ IT TAKES more "strategic" PLANNING BUT WE'RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK WITH THE BIRTHS OF THE 2013 "super class" GOLDEN GENERATION (Iheanacho, Success, Yahaya, Alampasu, Ndidi and Co) and this "unique" 2015 DYNAMIC GENERATION (Nwakali, Osimhen, Chukwueze, Bamgboye, Udoh and co)

WHEN WE TALK OF SOCCER, NIGERIA.... LOKO IYA WON........ *smiles*

God bless Nigeria......... One Nigeria....... **Smiles***

Nigeria........ GOOD PEOPLE, GREAT NATION

Nigeria........ Giant of Africa

Nigeria........ Nation of Super Excellent Minds

Nigeria........ Africa's Trigger if the continent is viewed as "A GUN"

Nigeria....... WE'RE SIMPLY AND UNDISPUTABLY THE BEST...............*smiles*

shizzy7:
Okay, I was also sceptical about the match. Mali is a strong team and their players have metallic bones. The match was a tough one but I underestimated our eaglets.

World Champions - First
African Champions - Second
Correct order.
Good morning/good night.
The night vigil ended well. bye

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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by oshe11: 10:10am On Nov 09, 2015
VickyRotex:


This weed never still clear for your Face? angry undecided
babi ama kiss U oooo........ Dats wat I do to feisty female..... Its obvious U want sum grin
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by kolexepana: 10:52am On Nov 09, 2015
Thought they were gonna lose after Ebere lost that early PK
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by shizzy7(f): 11:00am On Nov 09, 2015
Optional2:
lols my home gal shizzy7 watched it on my behalf
You slept off with your mouth opened
You are always sleeping in our important matches.
Well, I watched it on your behalf while you and klexycole were busy snoring loudly.
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by IYANGBALI: 11:27am On Nov 09, 2015
VickyRotex:


It's too early to be High! angry angry
tongue
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by shizzy7(f): 11:57am On Nov 09, 2015
TheSuperNerd:
Always Believe My dear....... Always Believe.......*smiles*

Like Wellington Jighere who have been African Champion in scrabble for over 5 yrs and always came close to nicking the world title but faltered.... ALWAYS BELIEVE.........*smiles*

NIGERIA IS 11-TIME CHAMPIONS OF AFRICA IN SCRABBLE....... WE ARE EVEN THE REIGNING BEST AND CHAMPS IN AFRICA.

JIGHERE WELLINGTON AND OTHER NIGERIAN SCRABBLE SUPER TALENTS HAVE MAINTAINED NIGERIA'S DOMINANCE IN AFRICA AND MORE ARE STILL COMING UP.

Now, he patiently bidded his time and have emerged world champion............ ALWAYS BELIEVE.........

SKEPTICISM NEVER BRINGS ONE MEDALS..... BUT BELIEF AND SELF-CONFIDENCE PUTS YOU ON TRACK TO CONQUER THE WORLD............. Always Believe.

GOOD DAY SHIZZY.............. **smile now**

Say ceeeeeeeeeeeee.................. *smiles*

You can have Osimhen now....... But Nwakali is "MY BOY" followed by Osimhen, Chukwueze, Bamgboye, Okwonkwo Orji, Udoh, Zakari, Enogela and the rest of the squad. But the "Super class" of 2013 stays ever close to my heart.

The 2013 and 2015 Classes (and subsequent classes and generations) will give us "SUPER NIGERIANS" a "super pool" of World class SUPER GIFTED PLAYERS who will go on to shock the world at the senior level..... Russia 2018 will be our keen test-run (here, we get to the Quarter-finals plus more).

But as from Qatar 2022, We dominate "MERCILESSLY".

IT'S TIME FOR AFRICA (NIGERIA IN PARTICULAR) TO WIN THE FIFA WORLD CUP........ IT TAKES more "strategic" PLANNING BUT WE'RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK WITH THE BIRTHS OF THE 2013 "super class" GOLDEN GENERATION (Iheanacho, Success, Yahaya, Alampasu, Ndidi and Co) and this "unique" 2015 DYNAMIC GENERATION (Nwakali, Osimhen, Chukwueze, Bamgboye, Udoh and co)

WHEN WE TALK OF SOCCER, NIGERIA.... LOKO IYA WON........ *smiles*

God bless Nigeria......... One Nigeria....... **Smiles***

Nigeria........ GOOD PEOPLE, GREAT NATION

Nigeria........ Giant of Africa

Nigeria........ Nation of Super Excellent Minds

Nigeria........ Africa's Trigger if the continent is viewed as "A GUN"

Nigeria....... WE'RE SIMPLY AND UNDISPUTABLY THE BEST...............*smiles*

Yes, I have already bought Osimhen's ring just waiting for him to come back so I will propose to him.

What is happening in Qatar 2022?
For us it has been victory throughout this year and we are expecting more.
Nigeria is great, we remain the best and incomparable to the rest.

The way you type Yoruba nowadays dey fear me ooo. I need to learn Igbo ASAP before you sell me.

HATERS GONNA HATE,
POTATOES GONNA POTATE
- Maximbady 2015

you should watch maximbady on YouTube he is very funny.
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by robosky02(m): 12:34pm On Nov 09, 2015
Besides retaining the World Cup, Nigeria scooped the top awards at the 2015 U17 World Cup with Victor Osimhen top scorer on a record-breaking 10 goals and skipper Kelechi Nwakali the Most Valuable Player.

Manchester City target Nwakali also won the bronze boot after he scored three goals, while Osimhen was picked by FIFA as the second best player of the competition.

Osimhen, who has sparked off interest in the EPL, is now the all-time highest scorer of the tournament with his 10 goals.

The best goalkeeper was Diarra Samuel of Mali with teammate Aly Malle a bronze ball winner.

Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by Orobo2Lekpa: 12:41pm On Nov 09, 2015
stagger:
FACT:

It was Gen Buhari who changed the team's name from Baby Eagles to World Golden Eaglets in 1985. "World" was dropped from their name and as from 1987, they came to be known as the Golden Eaglets.

You are what you are called. This is the only Nigerian team that has lived true to its name and remained golden over the years.

The name was changed by Aikhomu and not Buhari
Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by robosky02(m): 1:00pm On Nov 09, 2015
INDIA TO HOST 2017 U-17 WORLD CUP

"This is a hugely significant opportunity, not only for Indian football but for the global game,” said Ceppi of the 2017 tournament. Indeed, India will be hosting and participating in its first FIFA World Cup, and doing so in a way that only it could. “We’re talking about a population of 1.25 billion, a gigantic market and a huge passion for football. We’re aiming to create an enormous impact by hosting this tournament,” he added.


how many of you remember that indian game myth 99 - 0
lols

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Re: Nigeria Vs Mali: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2 - 0) On 8th November, 2015 by robosky02(m): 1:10pm On Nov 09, 2015
 "It was a tough match. Nigeria was well-placed and we often acted very unorganised. We didn’t pay attention twice and conceded two goals. It is how it is. One team wins because the other team makes mistakes. It is the first time Mali reached the final. If you believe that you can win a game, then you are sad when you lose. Nevertheless we can be very proud. Not many teams reach the second place. Our goal is to have a senior team who can win. We will continue our work. Everything is installed in our youth programs so that we will reach another final in the future.“ Baye Ba, Mali coach.

"It was a beautiful and entertaining match. I think the people in the stadium enjoyed it today. We knew that Mali are technically very strong, have great individual players and are very fast. We wanted to make no mistakes but we lost the ball many times in the midfield in the first half. But I don’t want to complain because they are all kids. We changed some things in the second half and made some substitutes. That brought us more safety in our game. We are thankful for everything. We wanted to bring the players to their dreams and we did it. Thanks for the support. We feel like we are at home. We have worked very hard for this success and we hope to continue. The players will go home now but their journey is not over yet. Personally I’m really happy. I have football in my blood, as a player and as a coach. This is what I want to pass to my players.“ Emmanuel Amuneke, Nigeria coach.

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