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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by maidaboi(m): 1:31pm On Nov 27, 2021
Paul Mukairu scores

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 1:35pm On Nov 27, 2021
AndSunGorilla:

Isn't that govt interference? I thought FIFA frowns at that.

Ministry of sports no send FIFA o... as long as the NFF keep living off them, they will keep interfering...

Look at the NBBF we used to praise so much...it's now a mess .. the sport minister is now in charge...
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by lloydtruth: 1:36pm On Nov 27, 2021
How many of these guys are still relevant?

Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 1:47pm On Nov 27, 2021
lloydtruth:
How many of these guys are still relevant?

I remember this U20 set that was an eyesore to watch

Almost everybody for here no sabi play ball

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 1:50pm On Nov 27, 2021
lloydtruth:
How many of these guys are still relevant?

This is easily our worst u-20 team in many years...
And it was largely due to the poor performance of the 2017 u-17 class...

No be that Tijani guy Dem swear for all the time here? grin
"Nonsense and Tijani" grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Philosopher1979: 1:55pm On Nov 27, 2021
lloydtruth:
How many of these guys are still relevant?

Yira collins sor (a winger is
doing well in Banik Ostrava in the czech league.
He is seen as a good player in the league
Chinonso Emeka is in K.a.a gent with Adewale Oladoye and
he is in their youth team and he has played a few matches.
Nnamdi Oforboh and Tom dele bashiru are doing well in English or scottish football

One of the forwards is doing well in the czech league (tijani i think
Kingsley Micheal is in bologna but injured
Valentinze Ozornworfor is in Charleroi but struggling for game time but at
least his making the match day squad and will improve with time
The team is not as bad as we think and good players will come out of it.
Youth football is never a waste, its developmental anyway

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 1:57pm On Nov 27, 2021
Philosopher1979:


Yira collins sor (a winger is
doing well in Banik Ostrava in the czech league.
He is seen as a good player in the league
Chinonso Emeka is in K.a.a gent with Adewale Oladoye and
he is in their youth team and he has played a few matches.
Nnamdi Oforboh and Tom dele bashiru are doing well in English or scottish football

One of the forwards is doing well in the czech league (tijani i think
Kingsley Micheal is in bologna but injured
Valentinze Ozornworfor is in Charleroi but struggling for game time but at
least his making the match day squad and will improve with time
The team is not as bad as we think and good players will come out of it.
Youth football is never a waste, its developmental anyway

The team is very bad ,stop sugarcoating

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by zuchyblink(m): 2:31pm On Nov 27, 2021
lloydtruth:
How many of these guys are still relevant?
NFF messed up with the U20, Olympic team and Chan team,they chose federal character over talent

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Olulong(m): 2:48pm On Nov 27, 2021
komekn:


I put it to you that you are emotive, prejudiced and seeking animosity where there is one. Essentially you are fighting with yourself and your FALSE NARRATIVE.

You make a strong claim based on outright FALSEHOOD, to quote you verbatim HAVE NEVER. A screenshot of a previous post from me early in the year says you are WHAT ❓❓

Awoniyi has done exceptionally well without doubt. But keep things in perspective, you are implying comparison with Lewandoski and Haaland.

Awoniyi from 12 games is third among 3 players all on 8 goals in the Bundesliga, Lewandoski has scored 14 goals from 12 games. Haaland has scored 9 goals from 6 games half the games of Awoniyi.

Bundesliga to is not as competitive as the EPL the best and most competitive league in the World this is not a debate but a proven fact. Timo Werner will confirm.

Then you make another false claim that I am attacking and by implication denigrating other players in favour of Dennis. I don't know how you came to that conclusion one again self birthed perception led balderdash.

Using this nonsense Analogy. Same Emmanuel Dennis flopped in the Bundesliga last season an now he's performing in the EPL. I guess this makes the Bundesliga more competitive than the EPL??

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Olulong(m): 2:50pm On Nov 27, 2021
Dennis Is Not Osimhen But He Can Do A Job For Nigeria
Tobie

2 days ago·5 min read

It was the 97th minute and he had just been shown a yellow card but he didn’t care too much and you couldn’t really blame him this time, nor would any Watford fan who was watching. It was a price too little to pay for how brilliant Emmanuel Dennis had been for 90 minutes and more. He was booked for celebrating excessively but who wouldn’t? Not after an excellent performance that culminated when he burst past Diogo Dalot a minute before and fired past David De Gea to earn Watford a deserved 4–1 win.
The ball had just hit the net when Dennis took off his shirt in front of a sorry De Gea. Sprinting towards the corner flag, he flung his black GPS tracking vest before sliding on his knees across the turf. Josh King, whose goal he had assisted met him and held his face with both hands. Still shirtless, Dennis performed briefly in front of the home fans. Minutes later, his coach Claudio Ranieri, with both arms spread was moving towards him, he was doing the same too and they locked in an embrace. Adekunle Gold stood in the stands, gloomy but watched on as his compatriot rounded off his team’s misery. Not just him, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wore an awkward smile, his time at Old Trafford was also rounding off, too. Dennis was bouncing and he was enjoying it but life hadn’t always been this way.


Dennis Emmanuel was sensational against Manchester United
After a dominant performance in the UEFA Champions League game in 2019, where he scored a brace against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu and imitated Cristiano Ronaldo’s popular celebration two seasons ago, things had soon started to go awry for the 21-year old at the time. “The last year and a half weren’t easy for me,” Dennis admitted before joining FC Koln on loan in January. But life was going to become even more difficult in Germany. After nine appearances, including just six starts and no goals, Koln had begun to regret bringing him to the Bundesliga. “This was a bad transfer, that is my responsibility,” Horst Heldt admitted. Heldt was the sporting director at Koln. Indeed, when Watford announced the signing of Dennis, Goal.com published an article with the headline, “Why have Watford signed controversial forward?” Yet, at this time, Dennis has become the toast of Watford. He has scored four goals and assisted five more in 11 games and, more importantly, there are no problems with his attitude.

Dennis is one of the many Nigerian forwards excelling in Europe. The Africa Cup of Nations begins in two months and he would expect that his performances can earn him a call-up for the tournament in Cameroon. His door to the National team had been mostly shut by Gernot Rohr. But now, the German coach appears to have been shown the door by his employers. Beyond making the team, is Dennis good enough to start?


On Sunday, Victor Osimhen was taken off after 55 minutes by Luciano Spalleti after a clash of heads with Inter Milan’s Milan Skriniar. He left the pitch with a swollen eye and a black patch. His cheekbone looked fragile, too. Osimhen’s club had announced that he had left the pitch straight to the hospital for checks and scans. Then, they said he would need to undergo surgery. Many Nigerians had begun to fear the worst, and validly too. Osimhen had almost single-handedly helped Nigeria qualify for the World Cup playoffs, scoring four goals out of nine. Not just the goals, but he appeared the most passionate Nigerian player in those matches.
On Tuesday, Napoli announced again that the surgery was successful but he would be out for at least three months. Aha! Every fear had now been confirmed. Osimhen is effectively out of the Nations Cup. What happens to the country’s hopes of winning a fourth title?
There are Nigerian forwards in outstanding form at this moment but none has proven to be close in quality to Osimhen. Not many have been tried, to be fair. Even then, there is the country’s peculiar problem of a lack of inventive midfielders- with the ability to create chances. And yet, if there is any player with a style similar to Osimhen’s, it’s Dennis.


Dennis had admitted to being able to play “anywhere in a front three” and he has continuously shown that- at Club Brugge and Watford- especially this season. At times, he has switched positions with teammates, Ismaila Sarr and Josh King. It’s not just the goals that stand Osimhen out, but the work rate- the willingness to chase lost causes tenaciously and grapple for crumbs. This is a quality Dennis shares richly with Osimhen.
While his late goal against Manchester United last Saturday from a hopeful Foster goal kick proved just that, Dennis has recorded an average of 22.68 pressures this season, reminding you of a certain Roberto Firmino. The 24-year-old gives plenty in defence and his tackle rate of 2 per 90 minutes is also a testament. Dennis also wins a very good percentage of his aerial duels, winning at least 2.26 per 90 minutes- more than Osimhen’s 1.67. Dennis has shown to be able to link perfectly with teammates. On his Watford debut, he struck a fine partnership with Sarr. “I know the combination (with Sarr) will be very important for me if I am going to be the № 9 for the team, so I am really happy with the combination,” Dennis said. And against Manchester United, he combined effectively with King.


Dennis adds an extra quality of being able to go past players in tight spaces. He can go past players on the inside and on the outside. So far, this season, he has completed 2.07 dribbles per 90 in the Premier League. And while Osimhen edges him out considerably in shooting and accuracy, Dennis’ ability to comfortably retain possession, bring teammates into the play and create chances makes him a competent deputy.
The modern Nigerian forward has to be able to adapt. There are no meals to be served on a platter. And that, probably, makes Dennis special and important to the Super Eagles, now more than ever. Dennis can play football and Dennis can score.
Do you doubt it? Just ask Solskjaer.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 2:51pm On Nov 27, 2021
We're going to beat them or they can't beat us. I believe are two different phrase. I said the latter. Salah has been average for Egypt. He has done nothing spectacular! The Egyptian team cannot beat us!
komekn:


The Fear of Salah is the beginning of great wisdom, this is a clearly indisputable " world class player"


We should not be conceited to think we can beat Egypt just like that. Particularly after struggling against lesser opposition.

We can but it will NEVER BE EASY.


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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 2:56pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
We're going to beat them or they can't beat us. I believe are two different phrase. I said the latter. Salah has been average for Egypt. He has done nothing spectacular! The Egyptian team cannot beat us!

We will beat Egypt for sure ,but please stop saying salah has been average for Egypt

45 goals in 73 appearance is average to you ,I am sure if we have a super eagles player with such appearance you won’t dare to call him average

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 3:02pm On Nov 27, 2021
andrewbaba44:


We will beat Egypt for sure ,but please stop saying salah has been average for Egypt

45 goals in 73 appearance is average to you ,I am sure if we have a super eagles player with such appearance you won’t dare to call him average
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 3:02pm On Nov 27, 2021
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 3:04pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!

Lol

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by nelszx: 3:26pm On Nov 27, 2021
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 3:47pm On Nov 27, 2021
drDoom3:


Nacho has the 'touch' players like Salah, Messi, Ronaldinho etc have. The problem was that he became lazy. Refused to develop his fitness, work rate, pace, etc.

Osimhen is as gifted as Nacho, but in a different way. You don't have to have the touch to be gifted. Ronaldo doesn't have it, yet he is a GOAT.

One thing though I have noticed with Osimhen is that his ball control, especially with aerial balls, is special. Guy can trap any ball, no matter how high. However, his first touch is surprisingly poor, which is weird with someone with excellent ball control. Also, his crosses are pinpoint accurate, but his short passing is also poor. That is usually the difference between kids who have been playing from academies at 9 years and guys like Osimhen who grew up with street ball. Some of the simpler things like short passes and first touch are missing in Osimhen's portfolio because they weren't drilled into him when he was very young. However, he is better at the more natural things that only talent can help you with like ball control and crossing.

100% correct I've alluded to this observation but with almost the obligatory dogs abuse and claim s you hate Nigerian players birthed from local football.

What is we lack in technical ability we use natural attributes of to overcome, it works but not all the time.

So you must be wise and choose a team that will complement ones attributes.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 3:51pm On Nov 27, 2021
Please where is this guy - Deji Ousman Beyreuther?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by daveP(m): 3:53pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!

Guyyyyyy dey fear God na. Sanu what? Put 3players on Salah and he'd still find a way. If SE doesn't prepare the Afcon game to starve Salah of the ball, he'd roast the team in the first half alone.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 3:53pm On Nov 27, 2021
Olulong:
Dennis Is Not Osimhen But He Can Do A Job For Nigeria
Tobie

2 days ago·5 min read

It was the 97th minute and he had just been shown a yellow card but he didn’t care too much and you couldn’t really blame him this time, nor would any Watford fan who was watching. It was a price too little to pay for how brilliant Emmanuel Dennis had been for 90 minutes and more. He was booked for celebrating excessively but who wouldn’t? Not after an excellent performance that culminated when he burst past Diogo Dalot a minute before and fired past David De Gea to earn Watford a deserved 4–1 win.
The ball had just hit the net when Dennis took off his shirt in front of a sorry De Gea. Sprinting towards the corner flag, he flung his black GPS tracking vest before sliding on his knees across the turf. Josh King, whose goal he had assisted met him and held his face with both hands. Still shirtless, Dennis performed briefly in front of the home fans. Minutes later, his coach Claudio Ranieri, with both arms spread was moving towards him, he was doing the same too and they locked in an embrace. Adekunle Gold stood in the stands, gloomy but watched on as his compatriot rounded off his team’s misery. Not just him, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wore an awkward smile, his time at Old Trafford was also rounding off, too. Dennis was bouncing and he was enjoying it but life hadn’t always been this way.


Dennis Emmanuel was sensational against Manchester United
After a dominant performance in the UEFA Champions League game in 2019, where he scored a brace against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu and imitated Cristiano Ronaldo’s popular celebration two seasons ago, things had soon started to go awry for the 21-year old at the time. “The last year and a half weren’t easy for me,” Dennis admitted before joining FC Koln on loan in January. But life was going to become even more difficult in Germany. After nine appearances, including just six starts and no goals, Koln had begun to regret bringing him to the Bundesliga. “This was a bad transfer, that is my responsibility,” Horst Heldt admitted. Heldt was the sporting director at Koln. Indeed, when Watford announced the signing of Dennis, Goal.com published an article with the headline, “Why have Watford signed controversial forward?” Yet, at this time, Dennis has become the toast of Watford. He has scored four goals and assisted five more in 11 games and, more importantly, there are no problems with his attitude.

Dennis is one of the many Nigerian forwards excelling in Europe. The Africa Cup of Nations begins in two months and he would expect that his performances can earn him a call-up for the tournament in Cameroon. His door to the National team had been mostly shut by Gernot Rohr. But now, the German coach appears to have been shown the door by his employers. Beyond making the team, is Dennis good enough to start?


On Sunday, Victor Osimhen was taken off after 55 minutes by Luciano Spalleti after a clash of heads with Inter Milan’s Milan Skriniar. He left the pitch with a swollen eye and a black patch. His cheekbone looked fragile, too. Osimhen’s club had announced that he had left the pitch straight to the hospital for checks and scans. Then, they said he would need to undergo surgery. Many Nigerians had begun to fear the worst, and validly too. Osimhen had almost single-handedly helped Nigeria qualify for the World Cup playoffs, scoring four goals out of nine. Not just the goals, but he appeared the most passionate Nigerian player in those matches.
On Tuesday, Napoli announced again that the surgery was successful but he would be out for at least three months. Aha! Every fear had now been confirmed. Osimhen is effectively out of the Nations Cup. What happens to the country’s hopes of winning a fourth title?
There are Nigerian forwards in outstanding form at this moment but none has proven to be close in quality to Osimhen. Not many have been tried, to be fair. Even then, there is the country’s peculiar problem of a lack of inventive midfielders- with the ability to create chances. And yet, if there is any player with a style similar to Osimhen’s, it’s Dennis.


Dennis had admitted to being able to play “anywhere in a front three” and he has continuously shown that- at Club Brugge and Watford- especially this season. At times, he has switched positions with teammates, Ismaila Sarr and Josh King. It’s not just the goals that stand Osimhen out, but the work rate- the willingness to chase lost causes tenaciously and grapple for crumbs. This is a quality Dennis shares richly with Osimhen.
While his late goal against Manchester United last Saturday from a hopeful Foster goal kick proved just that, Dennis has recorded an average of 22.68 pressures this season, reminding you of a certain Roberto Firmino. The 24-year-old gives plenty in defence and his tackle rate of 2 per 90 minutes is also a testament. Dennis also wins a very good percentage of his aerial duels, winning at least 2.26 per 90 minutes- more than Osimhen’s 1.67. Dennis has shown to be able to link perfectly with teammates. On his Watford debut, he struck a fine partnership with Sarr. “I know the combination (with Sarr) will be very important for me if I am going to be the № 9 for the team, so I am really happy with the combination,” Dennis said. And against Manchester United, he combined effectively with King.


Dennis adds an extra quality of being able to go past players in tight spaces. He can go past players on the inside and on the outside. So far, this season, he has completed 2.07 dribbles per 90 in the Premier League. And while Osimhen edges him out considerably in shooting and accuracy, Dennis’ ability to comfortably retain possession, bring teammates into the play and create chances makes him a competent deputy.
The modern Nigerian forward has to be able to adapt. There are no meals to be served on a platter. And that, probably, makes Dennis special and important to the Super Eagles, now more than ever. Dennis can play football and Dennis can score.
Do you doubt it? Just ask Solskjaer.


The bold is ASSUMPTIVE not established or proven.

The EPL is the fastest and most competitive league in the World. What you my be able to do in Seria A you may not be able to replicate in the EPL.

You can ask Moise Keane .
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by komekn(m): 3:55pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!

Wow to even make the suggestion means you really have no idea.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 3:56pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!
We will need more than Sanusi to shut down Salah..

The good thing about this Egypt team is that they rely quite a lot on Salah... So, when he is shut down, they are mostly toothless....

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by AndSunGorilla: 3:57pm On Nov 27, 2021
andrewbaba44:


We will beat Egypt for sure ,but please stop saying salah has been average for Egypt

45 goals in 73 appearance is average to you ,I am sure if we have a super eagles player with such appearance you won’t dare to call him average
Nothing is sure in football. We can't afford to be complacent.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by andrewbaba44: 4:03pm On Nov 27, 2021
komekn:


The bold is ASSUMPTIVE not established or proven.

The EPL is the fastest and most competitive league in the World. What you my be able to do in Seria A you may not be able to replicate in the EPL.

You can ask Moise Keane .

What happened to Moise Kean ?

The epl has not been the most competitive league in the world since guardiola arrived

Only Chelsea can change hands this season ,if no be mancity win league Na Liverpool dey win am ,same thing you guys accused Barca and Madrid for always dominating but none of them ended up winning the league last season

How come hwang of wolves is doing what he could not do at the bundesliga at the epl ,maybe the bundesliga is tougher than the epl grin

Even after all the hype ,the epl was only regarded as the best league in the world just last season for the first time in almost 10 years grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Olulong(m): 4:22pm On Nov 27, 2021
andrewbaba44:


What happened to Moise Kean ?

The epl has not been the most competitive league in the world since guardiola arrived

Only Chelsea can change hands this season ,if no be mancity win league Na Liverpool dey win am ,same thing you guys accused Barca and Madrid for always dominating but none of them ended up winning the league last season

How come hwang of wolves is doing what he could not do at the bundesliga at the epl ,maybe the bundesliga is tougher than the epl grin

Even after all the hype ,the epl was only regarded as the best league in the world just last season for the first time in almost 10 years grin

Help me tell him grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 4:33pm On Nov 27, 2021
fabyom:
Average in this qualifiers. Just put Sanusi on him!

OK oo grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by drDoom3(m): 4:36pm On Nov 27, 2021
Onuachu was in match day squad for Dinamo Zagreb game but didn’t play. He is not even in match day squad for their next game this weekend.

Potential move or injury?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 4:52pm On Nov 27, 2021
komekn:


The bold is ASSUMPTIVE not established or proven.

The EPL is the fastest and most competitive league in the World. What you my be able to do in Seria A you may not be able to replicate in the EPL.

You can ask Moise Keane .

Nonsense as usual...
Didn't Dennis struggle in the Budesliga? Is the Budesliga now tougher than the premier league by your logic?
Salah has also found it easier in the premier league than he did in the Serie A.. how about that??

You better rest... You have been exposed big time here.. You have no straws to cling on to anymore ..

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by FIFApresident1(m): 5:22pm On Nov 27, 2021
drDoom3:
Onuachu was in match day squad for Dinamo Zagreb game but didn’t play. He is not even in match day squad for their next game this weekend.

Potential move or injury?
Potential move in November?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 5:39pm On Nov 27, 2021
komekn:


Wow to even make the suggestion means you really have no idea.

Tell me the last time Salah scored or created an assist for Egypt or shut up!

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 5:42pm On Nov 27, 2021
ChrisKels:


OK oo grin
Yes, he has! I watched all their games. It was only against Libya away that he had a relatively good game. Against Gabon he was outrageous. Can't even control the ball.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2022 And Qatar 2022 by fabyom: 5:49pm On Nov 27, 2021
Gerard! What a coach! Olise still needs a lot to learn. He has not even done half of what Iwobi did at Arsenal. It is an insult comparing Eze and Olise to Iwobi and Aribo!

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