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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 10:52am On Jun 10
Guy I salute you for even bothering with him and his self-contradictory arguments
BascoVanVeli:


So why didn't he get dribbled past at the AFCON
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 10:54am On Jun 10
Fine women especially Zogg kiss (forgive me Ordega cry ) Hope their talent matches their beauty grin

Eizzy003:
Absolute Beauties
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Ppogbae: 11:00am On Jun 10
komekn:


You must live in a village thats cut off from the rest of Nigeria and there is no electricity and there is no Internet connectivity as well.

You are HIGHLY IGNORANT.

Either you are naive or trolling. What's he's saying is pure, unadulterated truth.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Ppogbae: 11:01am On Jun 10
Eizzy003:
Absolute Beauties

Ordega is so goddamn fine cheesy
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 11:07am On Jun 10
See Komekn this is where I always have issues with you. Your first instinct when you hear stories like this is to almost always take the most pessimistic or negative standpoint. You usually try to disguise it under the banner of being "objective" not knowing you are as transparent as glass. How do you know for certain he will be a bench warmer? Are you an oracle or is soothsaying your side hustle?

You can judge a player's present circumstance without making a definitive judgment about how they will fair in the future you absolutely have no control over.

One would have thought the Iheanacho, Osimhen and Josh Ononam experiences would have made you more humble in your judgments but mba!

komekn:


If it's true although l completely doubt it.

He will end up being a bench warmer at the very best otherwise it's just another Chelsea business transaction to be given out on loan and sold out for speculative profit in the future.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Eizzy003(m): 11:07am On Jun 10
Ppogbae:


Ordega is so goddamn fine cheesy
But this girl dn pass her ooo
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 11:43am On Jun 10
Philosopher1979:


Our full squad was better than that giant killing Senegalese team. I mean we had the experience, talent everything to go far in that competition if we had kept our best players. Yes we stood a chance of going far
We weren't better than Senegal, they beat us in 2002 Afcon plus some of our key players were already in decline. For example, Oliseh and Finidi faded into obscurity
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 11:44am On Jun 10
charlesemeka85:
After several anxious months, world football governing body FIFA have finally cleared Ademola Lookman and Ovie Ejaria to play for the Super Eagles.

Forward Lookman and midfielder Ejaria have previously featured for England at various age-grade levels but have now opted to play for Nigeria, where their parents were born.

Lookman plays for Red Bull Leipzig but was on loan at Fulham in the Premier League in England this past season.


He is a direct-playing forward and weighs in with his own fair share of goals and assists.

Ejaria, on the other hand, is a creative central midfielder with Reading FC in the English Championship.

The 23-year-old player was previously on the books of Premier League outfit Liverpool.

His creativity will be most welcomed in the Eagles midfield with his great vision and wide range of passing skills.

Are you suggesting that it's taken months

When Ovie and Ademola made thier commitment to the NFF years ago, with regards to Ovie I can say it's over 3 years ago.

Something that should not take more than 4/5 weeks.

It's crass ineptitude by the NFF again it mirrors general bureaucracy in Nigeria in general. It's simply not acceptable.

However Nigerians we have learned over the years to accept the unacceptable.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 11:56am On Jun 10
Senegal had a better squad than ours. Guys like Diouf, Camara, Fadiga, Cisse and the late Bopa Diop were hitting fine form. Nigeria was already in decline guys like Oliseh, Finidi and Tijani Babangida who made up the core of the squad weren't in the greatest form that year. Other than the injustice of them being dropped from the World Cup squad there is no guarantee we would have done any better with them in Japan/Korea

Philosopher1979:


Our full squad was better than that giant killing Senegalese team. I mean we had the experience, talent everything to go far in that competition if we had kept our best players. Yes we stood a chance of going far

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 11:56am On Jun 10
andrewbaba44:


I remember when iheanacho was dropped due to bad form ,I wonder why rohr can’t drop musa

Even some of my brothers here they claim to know football will say it’s because musa is the captain and he can’t be dropped ,like seriously ?
Somebody wants Musa to be our highest cap player, don't know if that sonebody is in the NFF or it's the coach himself

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 11:57am On Jun 10
marvin906:





What are chances of the white chick playing for the falcons
From the interview she's very very willing all she needs is a call up
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 12:02pm On Jun 10
Eizzy003:

This 1?
Its just for the NFF to reach out to her, she has already declared she wants to play for the Super Falcons rather than Lioness of England, she will be a good addition I just checked up her stats now, I just hope say her skin color no go be issue, cos she is completely white
I think her father is biracial but she said her sister is darker
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 12:03pm On Jun 10
chrisooblog:
See Komekn this is where I always have issues with you. Your first instinct when you hear stories like this is to almost always take the most pessimistic or negative standpoint. You usually try to disguise it under the banner of being "objective" not knowing you are as transparent as glass. How do you know for certain he will be a bench warmer? Are you an oracle or is soothsaying your side hustle?

You can judge a player's present circumstance without making a definitive judgment about how they will fair in the future you absolutely have no control over.

One would have thought the Iheanacho, Osimhen and Josh Ononam experiences would have made you more humble in your judgments but mba!


You lack objectivity and you cannot substantiate your opinion with anything beyond sentiment and bias.

Look at the past 10 years and tell me how many forward players Chelsea have bought that have made it beyond Drogba, Conte and a one or two others.

Chelsea has either destroyed the careers of many young promising players or they have had to find world class fame and fortune ELSEWHERE, such as De Bruyne, Lukaku, Salah, etc

In addition it's part of the Chelsea business. Model to buy players and sell them on for possible profit.

Now compare the pedigree of the players Chelsea buys and how many failed to cut it. Terem is not as good as the players who did not make it at Chelsea thats the reality.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 12:04pm On Jun 10
chrisooblog:
See Komekn this is where I always have issues with you. Your first instinct when you hear stories like this is to almost always take the most pessimistic or negative standpoint. You usually try to disguise it under the banner of being "objective" not knowing you are as transparent as glass. How do you know for certain he will be a bench warmer? Are you an oracle or is soothsaying your side hustle?

You can judge a player's present circumstance without making a definitive judgment about how they will fair in the future you absolutely have no control over.

One would have thought the Iheanacho, Osimhen and Josh Ononam experiences would have made you more humble in your judgments but mba!

But I kinda agree with him, if Chelsea indeed sign him his chances of playing will be very slim, he'll have to really impress to stand any chance. If na my brother I'll advise him not to go unless for financial reward sha

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 12:07pm On Jun 10
Ppogbae:


Either you are naive or trolling. What's he's saying is pure, unadulterated truth.

Let me quote codemaniacs "Most whyte people naturally don't like Africans and don't see anything good in Africans,"

If that's your view, then the both of you are from the same village.

It's like saying all Nigerian are fraudsters Yahoo boys, dishonest and corrupt.

That's just crass ignorance.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 12:08pm On Jun 10
chrisooblog:
Senegal had a better squad than ours. Guys like Diouf, Camara, Fadiga, Cisse and the late Bopa Diop were hitting fine form. Nigeria was already in decline guys like Oliseh, Finidi and Tijani Babangida who made up the core of the squad weren't in the greatest form that year. Other than the injustice of them being dropped from the World Cup squad there is no guarantee we would have done any better with them in Japan/Korea

Well said bro, I think Oliseh even retired from football about two years later after that headbutting incident. Oliseh must be a troublesome human being and a terrible leader
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Neobulletzz(m): 12:09pm On Jun 10
jihday:
From the interview she's very very willing all she needs is a call up
Is the white girl half Nigerian? Is any of her father or her mother Nigerian? Or she just choose say she wan play for Naija cos Omo she white oooo
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by jihday(m): 12:09pm On Jun 10
Neobulletzz:

Is the white girl half Nigerian? Is any of her father or her mother Nigerian? Or she just choose say she wan play for Naija cos Omo she white oooo
Her father is Nigerian. Read her interview below.

Former England youth defender Ashleigh Plumptre says she would play for Nigeria at senior international level - if the West African country came calling.

The 23-years-old, who plays for newly-promoted Women's Super League (WSL) side Leicester City, is eligible to play for the Super Falcons because of her father's Nigerian heritage.

Having helped guide the Foxes to the FA Women's Championship title in 2020/21, Plumptre was voted player of the season and rewarded with a new two-year deal.

And, despite 30 England caps at youth level, Plumptre says she would like to play for Nigeria.

"The idea of me being able to play for Nigeria, with that being an option, I would happily grab that with both hands," she told BBC Sport Africa.

"What representing something that really means to somebody is very important. Obviously, there's a lot of things I can openly say that I don't know about Nigerian culture but I want to learn because I know that it's in me, and it's in my sister and in my dad.

"We can only get it from my granddad, he's the only thing that we know in terms of Nigeria. I've obviously visited Nigerian relatives in America and in England.

"Seeing this little journey my sister and I have been on, and the understanding of our family heritage, not just that but watching Nigerian documentaries and learning about the past is incredible."

Understanding her heritage

Life-long Foxes fan Plumptre played 25 games this season for the club she first joined as an eight-year-old and previously played in the WSL with Notts County in 2014, before moving to the United States.

Stints stateside with US college side USC Trojans and LA Galaxy followed, before she returned from studying in January 2020 to play a key role in a memorable season for the Foxes.

After establishing herself at club level, Plumptre who has a British mother, believes a potential international career with Nigeria could pave the way for other biracial footballers to follow.

"What it will mean for me as somebody who is British born but with Nigerian heritage is huge. People look at me and they think I'm tanned and that I've been on holiday, they don't think that I'm Nigerian," she added.

"I don't think that should be significant in saying whether somebody is Nigerian or not because it's in your blood, it's not about what you look like.

"My sister, she looks African because she has an Afro and her skin tone is darker than mine, with that obviously, she's had different experiences in school than I have had.

"I think with football being my platform, I am using that as something that's bigger than me. As much as I can resonate with my Nigerian heritage.

"I feel like I can hopefully inspire someone like my sister or other kids like her maybe in this country or other countries to look at me and be like you know what? It doesn't matter what your skin tone looks like.

"If you can resonate with your heritage and it means something to you, it means you can represent something bigger than you, then that's what it comes down to.

"I think people too often look at the surface of this rather than actually try to find out inside what our drives and passions are, and what means a lot to us."

Following the Super Falcons

Leicester City's Ashleigh Plumptre has played for England at youth level

The continent's most successful national side with nine African titles, Nigeria are the only African team to have played in all eight Women's World Cups since 1991.

Despite possessing the talent to potentially make the step up to Englands senior side, Plumptre has been growing professionally and fully aware of the Super Falcons' rise in the global game.

"When you look around there are several Nigerian players playing at the top level of the women's game," she pointed out.

"With the Super Falcons I have been following them and the continued progress the team is making. But one player that I remember is Asisat Oshoala.

"She was at Liverpool when I played for Notts County, then I was about 16 and the big thing was having Oshoala over at Liverpool.

"That was the big name and then she obviously went to Arsenal. And everybody knew of her and how talented she was. For me an an English person, she was Nigerian football to me."

She's hoping to meet the club's Nigerian international duo Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho soon, insisting that the pandemic has made it difficult to link up with them.

"With Leicester Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Ihenacho have been a good roles model for me. It's funny we haven't met but that's all because of Covid but at some point hopefully we'll be able to meet each other," she explained.

Plumptre has been immersed in the culture, food and music of her father's ancestral home, but admits she has never visited the country.

"I listen to a lot of music but my favourite genre is classic 90s R&Bs, the stuff my dad grew up listening to are what I listen to now," she explained.

"But with regards Nigerian songs I like, I will go with veteran and legendary musician King Sunny Ade because I've heard some of his records.

"I really enjoy the Nigerian Jollof rice, fish stew but my favourite meal is moi-moi [steamed and flavoured cakes of ground beans]."
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 12:16pm On Jun 10
I'm not saying Moffi should go to Chelsea now I'm just highlighting Komekn's penchant for being always negative about any transfer news regarding some of our players.

For instance look how you have logically argued why Terem moving to Chelsea is a no no. You have clearly shown the difficulties he could encounter but you haven't placed an embargo on him that he will not stand a chance.

Komekn knows what he's doing when he makes such arguments so that tomorrow if the opposite happens he will try and hide under his usual "here and now" mantra.

If I didn't know better maybe somebody puts him up to it to keep this thread going grin

jihday:
But I kinda agree with him, if Chelsea indeed sign him his chances of playing will be very slim, he'll have to really impress to stand any chance. If na my brother I'll advise him not to go unless for financial reward sha

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by BascoVanVeli(m): 12:21pm On Jun 10
4 goal thriller yesterday

Nasarawa vs Warri Wolves
Plenty of good chances

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MpXbvxLVPg

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by codemaniacs: 12:22pm On Jun 10
komekn:


Let me quote codemaniacs "Most whyte people naturally don't like Africans and don't see anything good in Africans,"

If that's your view, then the both of you are from the same village.

It's like saying all Nigerian are fraudsters Yahoo boys, dishonest and corrupt.

That's just crass ignorance.

I said "most Whyte people" while you said " all nigerians "..

So you're worse than me. Your comment proves you rate all Nigerians poorly.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Ppogbae: 12:23pm On Jun 10
Neobulletzz:

Is the white girl half Nigerian? Is any of her father or her mother Nigerian? Or she just choose say she wan play for Naija cos Omo she white oooo

Her father is half Nigerian and her mom is white
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 12:27pm On Jun 10
jihday:
Somebody wants Musa to be our highest cap player, don't know if that sonebody is in the NFF or it's the coach himself

If you want to be the most capped player you should earn it

Sergio Ramos is the most capped European player in terms of national team and he merit all his call up
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Neobulletzz(m): 12:29pm On Jun 10
jihday:
Her father is Nigerian. Read her interview below.

Former England youth defender Ashleigh Plumptre says she would play for Nigeria at senior international level - if the West African country came calling.

The 23-years-old, who plays for newly-promoted Women's Super League (WSL) side Leicester City, is eligible to play for the Super Falcons because of her father's Nigerian heritage.

Having helped guide the Foxes to the FA Women's Championship title in 2020/21, Plumptre was voted player of the season and rewarded with a new two-year deal.

And, despite 30 England caps at youth level, Plumptre says she would like to play for Nigeria.

"The idea of me being able to play for Nigeria, with that being an option, I would happily grab that with both hands," she told BBC Sport Africa.

"What representing something that really means to somebody is very important. Obviously, there's a lot of things I can openly say that I don't know about Nigerian culture but I want to learn because I know that it's in me, and it's in my sister and in my dad.

"We can only get it from my granddad, he's the only thing that we know in terms of Nigeria. I've obviously visited Nigerian relatives in America and in England.

"Seeing this little journey my sister and I have been on, and the understanding of our family heritage, not just that but watching Nigerian documentaries and learning about the past is incredible."

Understanding her heritage

Life-long Foxes fan Plumptre played 25 games this season for the club she first joined as an eight-year-old and previously played in the WSL with Notts County in 2014, before moving to the United States.

Stints stateside with US college side USC Trojans and LA Galaxy followed, before she returned from studying in January 2020 to play a key role in a memorable season for the Foxes.

After establishing herself at club level, Plumptre who has a British mother, believes a potential international career with Nigeria could pave the way for other biracial footballers to follow.

"What it will mean for me as somebody who is British born but with Nigerian heritage is huge. People look at me and they think I'm tanned and that I've been on holiday, they don't think that I'm Nigerian," she added.

"I don't think that should be significant in saying whether somebody is Nigerian or not because it's in your blood, it's not about what you look like.

"My sister, she looks African because she has an Afro and her skin tone is darker than mine, with that obviously, she's had different experiences in school than I have had.

"I think with football being my platform, I am using that as something that's bigger than me. As much as I can resonate with my Nigerian heritage.

"I feel like I can hopefully inspire someone like my sister or other kids like her maybe in this country or other countries to look at me and be like you know what? It doesn't matter what your skin tone looks like.

"If you can resonate with your heritage and it means something to you, it means you can represent something bigger than you, then that's what it comes down to.

"I think people too often look at the surface of this rather than actually try to find out inside what our drives and passions are, and what means a lot to us."

Following the Super Falcons

Leicester City's Ashleigh Plumptre has played for England at youth level

The continent's most successful national side with nine African titles, Nigeria are the only African team to have played in all eight Women's World Cups since 1991.

Despite possessing the talent to potentially make the step up to Englands senior side, Plumptre has been growing professionally and fully aware of the Super Falcons' rise in the global game.

"When you look around there are several Nigerian players playing at the top level of the women's game," she pointed out.

"With the Super Falcons I have been following them and the continued progress the team is making. But one player that I remember is Asisat Oshoala.

"She was at Liverpool when I played for Notts County, then I was about 16 and the big thing was having Oshoala over at Liverpool.

"That was the big name and then she obviously went to Arsenal. And everybody knew of her and how talented she was. For me an an English person, she was Nigerian football to me."

She's hoping to meet the club's Nigerian international duo Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho soon, insisting that the pandemic has made it difficult to link up with them.

"With Leicester Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Ihenacho have been a good roles model for me. It's funny we haven't met but that's all because of Covid but at some point hopefully we'll be able to meet each other," she explained.

Plumptre has been immersed in the culture, food and music of her father's ancestral home, but admits she has never visited the country.

"I listen to a lot of music but my favourite genre is classic 90s R&Bs, the stuff my dad grew up listening to are what I listen to now," she explained.

"But with regards Nigerian songs I like, I will go with veteran and legendary musician King Sunny Ade because I've heard some of his records.

"I really enjoy the Nigerian Jollof rice, fish stew but my favourite meal is moi-moi [steamed and flavoured cakes of ground beans]."
Haaa okay Thanks
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Neobulletzz(m): 12:31pm On Jun 10
Ppogbae:


Her father is half Nigerian and her mom is white
Okay, make sense now
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by zuchyblink(m): 12:35pm On Jun 10
Make una take una eyes off people's wives and girlfriends
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Napoleon55: 12:36pm On Jun 10
komekn:


Misguided over optimism.

He has done absolutely nothing to justify an invitation in the past 4/5 years to the present day.
Optimistic,definitely not misguided .
can't u c that we don't have any natural play maker in our team right now,what do we do?
Wait around for those jokers in england using us bidin their time to weigh their chances with 3lions.
We don't have that luxury of time before the WC,
and we don't have quality options in that midfield department .

No one is in support of calling just any player who hasn't done anything in 4yrs,
But we have seen what he(Nwakali) could do,n recently he's started picking up some form.
He has the same talent with those other hesitant guys some us r desperate to have.

Okoye,osimhen,iwobi,were all rookies before they were integrated into d team,but they r all doing fine now in d team.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 12:49pm On Jun 10
unlike you I believe in fact not myth. How many top EPL teams have had forwards who thrived over the past decade? In Arsenal Van Persie and Aubameyang. Tottenham just Harry Kane and maybe Adebayor.

When Mikel was bought as a young player was his career destroyed? Joe Cole nko? Is Chelsea destroying the careers of mount, reece james, Odoi?

Terem is a prospect who could get better. It could be with Chelsea or with another club but you should learn to appreciate that football is not a mathematical equation where 1+1 = 2 The trajectory of a footballer varies from person to person. For some you work your way up slowly for others it takes years but learn to never dismiss a player just because of his current level.

Moffi still has a lot of improving to do no doubt so going to Chelsea is not a realistic choice (don't think the story is true anyway) but for someone that was playing in Lithuania barely a year and a half ago his progress is impressive and needs encouragement.



komekn:


You lack objectivity and you cannot substantiate your opinion with anything beyond sentiment and bias.

Look at the past 10 years and tell me how many forward players Chelsea have bought that have made it beyond Drogba, Conte and a one or two others.

Chelsea has either destroyed the careers of many young promising players or they have had to find world class fame and fortune ELSEWHERE, such as De Bruyne, Lukaku, Salah, etc

In addition it's part of the Chelsea business. Model to buy players and sell them on for possible profit.

Now compare the pedigree of the players Chelsea buys and how many failed to cut it. Terem is not as good as the players who did not make it at Chelsea thats the reality.



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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Samueltemi337(m): 12:59pm On Jun 10
undecided

Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 1:27pm On Jun 10
komekn:


Would you honestly advice him to go to Chelsea and see his career nose dive

Thats why I'm speaking the way l am.

Be REALISTIC.
Why won’t I advice him to go to Chelsea ?

Tell me a world class striker at Chelsea ?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by chrisooblog: 1:41pm On Jun 10
Anyone can edit wikipedia posts. That's why it's always better to research from other sources and not accept everything written in wikipedia hook, line and sinker.

Samueltemi337:
undecided
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by JohnBullMySon: 3:22pm On Jun 10
zuchyblink:
Make una take una eyes off people's wives and girlfriends
Falcons?grin Are you a boyfriend to one?

I follow some on IG and I know Okobi is married. The rest, I doubt if they are married or even have boyfriends at all.

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