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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by safarigirl(f): 9:31pm On May 23
Subzero047:


Dennis kwa? This is the almighty Percy Tau
he called him "Dennis boy", Percy Tau na 'Dennis boy'
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by AndSunGorilla: 10:20pm On May 23
Subzero047:
The lion of Judah grin

Earhquake how u dey, do you still have time to do artwork for people?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by maidaboi(m): 10:34pm On May 23
Subzero047:

Dennis kwa? This is the almighty Percy Tau
i mean he is Dennis boy
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by maidaboi(m): 10:35pm On May 23
safarigirl:
he called him "Dennis boy", Percy Tau na 'Dennis boy'
thank you
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by junnyjake(m): 10:36pm On May 23
AndSunGorilla:


Old men usually stick together when there are a lot of younger ones around.

grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 10:39pm On May 23
AndSunGorilla:


Earhquake how u dey, do you still have time to do artwork for people?

So I ain't alone on this? grin


I have always suspected this but decided to keep mum because I have bursted many already grin
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Tamunotonye22(m): 10:41pm On May 23
ChrisKels:


You called a move from German 4th division to Dutch 1st Division "a step down"? Do you even understand he is a goalkeeper and can never improve without getting involved in competitive matches? Dude would probably be facing the likes of Ajax, PSV, Feyenoord, Vittesse, Heerenven, AZ Alkmar et al, on a weekly basis unlike what is obtainable in the German 4th division. Lol you funny oo, I wonder what would have became of Onana if he had stayed put, instead of trading Barcelona for same Dutch league. Dude this would go down in history as the best move made by a young Nigerian international goal keeper since the 21st century.


you judged too fast, there are so many nigerians in the eredivisie and none gets called up. if it's not Ajax or psv, the others are barely capable of facing Norwich, if I didn't go too far.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 10:42pm On May 23
Tamunotonye22:



you judged too fast, there are so many nigerians in the eredivisie and none gets called up. if it's not Ajax or psv, the others are barely capable of facing Norwich, if I didn't go too far.

You mean so many Nigerian goal keepers? undecided

OK sorry sir, u won

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Tamunotonye22(m): 10:45pm On May 23
ChrisKels:


You mean so many Nigerian goal keepers? undecided

OK sorry sir, u won

I didn't say nigerian goalkeepers and I'm pretty sure you're up to making fun of me, but check am well. the Dutch league na dumpsite and nigerian players dey there.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by safarigirl(f): 11:13pm On May 23
Tamunotonye22:


I didn't say nigerian goalkeepers and I'm pretty sure you're up to making fun of me, but check am well. the Dutch league na dumpsite and nigerian players dey there.

You don't understand what he is trying to say

A goalkeeper is not the same as other outfield players, so, any opportunity a goalkeeper gets to play, in a decent division is good.

There is no way 4th division in Germany is better for Maduka, than the Dutch first division.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by elyte89: 11:14pm On May 23
ChrisKels:


So I ain't alone on this? grin


I have always suspected this but decided to keep mum because I have bursted many already grin



Me sef sabi say na earthquake... Same way we bursted mbjane cheesy
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 11:22pm On May 23
Tamunotonye22:


I didn't say nigerian goalkeepers and I'm pretty sure you're up to making fun of me, but check am well. the Dutch league na dumpsite and nigerian players dey there.

OK sir, u dun win. U be ogbenge analyst for naija soccer, tuale for you baba smiley
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 11:24pm On May 23
elyte89:


Me sef sabi say na earthquake... Same way we bursted mbjane cheesy

From the first day he joined this thread, I knew it was him
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Tamunotonye22(m): 11:27pm On May 23
safarigirl:


You don't understand what he is trying to say

A goalkeeper is not the same as other outfield players, so, any opportunity a goalkeeper gets to play, in a decent division is good.

There is no way 4th division in Germany is better for Maduka, than the Dutch first division.


i get your point but why would you say there is no way the 4th division is better for him like he works harder than all of the goal keepers in the division. I mean, if he's hardworking"enough" his suitors could probably be from Ligue 1 or even the bundesliga. don't get me wrong, he should aim higher than Sparta Rotherdam if truly he's putting in work.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Tamunotonye22(m): 11:28pm On May 23
ChrisKels:


OK sir, u dun win. U be ogbenge analyst for naija soccer, tuale for you baba smiley


Thank you sir
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 11:34pm On May 23
Joebie:
I remember tbaba123 and Chriskels were fighting for the bragging rights over who was the first to a Billing that never was. *runs away*

But I like Chriskels sha, at least he show face, if na some other moniker (not tbaba oh, cuz tbaba na correct guy) he go disappear until he think say everybody don forget he misyarns. grin

No be Tbaba bring that Faisal Billing Adams story here that time ? grin


What's with Tbaba and "Billings" self ?

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Danielnino00(m): 11:40pm On May 23
Tamunotonye22:



i get your point but why would you say there is no way the 4th division is better for him like he works harder than all of the goal keepers in the division. I mean, if he's hardworking"enough" his suitors could probably be from Ligue 1 or even the bundesliga. don't get me wrong, he should aim higher than Sparta Rotherdam if truly he's putting in work.

Sparta Rotterdam is a very good place for him to start.

Bro, goalkeepers aren't like other outfield players.. Most clubs hardly change goalkeepers so a lot of them (goalkeepers ) spend the better part of their careers as bench warmers...

If Sparta Rotterdam can guarantee him playing time,he should grab the offer ASAP... Uzoho is playing in Cyprus... Enyeama played in Israel...

Na playing time be the Koko...

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by AndSunGorilla: 11:47pm On May 23
Meanwhile has anyone read Ndidi's interview about how he made the U20 WC. John Obuh was dragged o, Obuh would have dropped him outrightly cos of his age and physical size. Ndidi also mentioned one best defender I am wondering who that is. This life sha!!!!

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Tamunotonye22(m): 11:50pm On May 23
Danielnino00:


Sparta Rotterdam is a very good place for him to start.

Bro, goalkeepers aren't like other outfield players.. Most clubs hardly change goalkeepers so a lot of them (goalkeepers ) spend the better part of their careers as bench warmers...

If Sparta Rotterdam can guarantee him playing time,he should grab the offer ASAP... Uzoho is playing in Cyprus... Enyeama played in Israel...

Na playing time be the Koko...

He has been promoted to the main squad, he's only 20 and if playing in the eredivisie would boost his playing experience and give him more time, then that's okay.

do you remember how ter stegen became a regular?

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by ChrisKels: 11:51pm On May 23
Tamunotonye22:



i get your point but why would you say there is no way the 4th division is better for him like he works harder than all of the goal keepers in the division. I mean, if he's hardworking"enough" his suitors could probably be from Ligue 1 or even the bundesliga. don't get me wrong, he should aim higher than Sparta Rotherdam if truly he's putting in work.

Bros shebi I said u dun win? u still dey drag matter when u dun carry trophy already?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:57pm On May 23
Joebie:
The Billing paternity matter no dey clear fully to me. But we can deduce he has little or no Nigerian experience. Even at that he did not say anything denigrating about Nigeria than showing his 100% commitment to Denmark.

Modified
Someone is addressing unfounded rumors and thegoodjoe is expecting him to say sweet things about Nigeria. Completely blind to the situation on ground.


Addressing unfounded rumours does not give him a right to act rudely. I even took the liberty of posting earluer comments by Billing and such animosity was not there. I feel he thinks he is closer to a shot with the Danes and went overboard with his comment. He was wrong. Stop trying hard to defend wrong actions.

If that was such a right way, his earluer words would have been so.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by TheGoodJoe(m): 11:59pm On May 23
komekn:


In reality you are still judging him by set of standards thar you have set.

The problem is a quite obviously MISSING NIGERIA FATHER in his life.

I will tell you a true story.

Mixed race lady came to me sometime ago. She was about thirty had never seen her father since she was 3 years old had no memory of him.

She gave me detail, he use to work for the then NNSL and had lived in Liverpool. Look story cut short l trace the guy to Lagos. Gave her all the details.

She calls him, the first he says is " my daughter now that you have found me, I need you to send me some ££££.

Girl was even more traumatized no attempt to explain years lost and comfort her, etc, just send money. She never talked to him again.

There are more stories like this.

I don't know why you are hell bent on making excuses that in no way has been proven relates to Billing.

For now, no case of his father abandoning him or asking him for £££s.

He went overboard and was wrong. His past interviews about this same thing did not show such animosity. So stop trying to make it as if it is the norm. If it was, there would have been uniformity in his previous answers.

He went overboard.

Finito.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by TheGoodJoe(m): 12:05am On May 24
AndSunGorilla:
Meanwhile has anyone read Ndidi's interview about how he made the U20 WC. John Obuh was dragged o, Obuh would have dropped him outrightly cos of his age and physical size. Ndidi also mentioned one best defender I am wondering who that is. This life sha!!!!
‘Who is this small boy?’ – ‘Skinny’ Ndidi on making World Cup squad amid intimidation

The Leicester City midfielder has narrated his testing journey before making John Obuh’s squad for the 2013 U20 Fifa World Cup in Turkey

Wilfred Ndidi has revealed how he overcame a barrage of intimidation en route to making Nigeria’s squad for the 2013 Fifa U20 World Cup.

Having been dropped from the Golden Eaglets’ team for the 2013 African U17 Championship staged in Morocco owing to an MRI controversy alongside Ibrahim Abdullahi and Emmanuel Asadu, Ndidi was promoted into the U20 team thanks to his superlative talent.

At that time John Obuh’s Flying Eagles were preparing for the global showpiece in Turkey, and the 16-year-old had to prove his worth to make the final list.

And that never came easy for the defender because of his ‘skinny’ appearance. In his discussion with Out of Home Podcast, the Nigeria international recounted his experience and how he never submitted against all odds.

“When I got to the U20 team, I was seeing these guys. They were professionals who were already playing in the league. They were strong when compared to myself, a skinny boy coming from an academy to the U17's and now to the U20's," Ndidi said.

“Immediately they saw me, they were like ‘Who is this small boy?’ It was just all over my face that who is this small boy. It was so tough that my roommate would sleep on the bed and I would sleep on the ground.

“I wasn’t intimidated because I knew what I was there to do and not to make friends. Everything worked in my favour because I trained with older people growing up in the barracks.

“I only started training with my age mates when I was in the Nath Academy, so I was already used to training with bigger guys so I wasn’t scared. To me, it was just normal.

“You might be stronger than me, but I won’t give you my body to overpower me.”

Ndidi trained under Flying Eagles’ assistants as the chief coach was in Germany for important assignments. However, things got worse on his return as he did not hide his challenge with his physique.

“The coach wasn’t around because he went for a course but the other officials liked me and they were saying I was young, intelligent and they were encouraging me. But when the coach returned from Germany, he was like ‘why did you put this small boy in the defence?” the ex-Genk man continued.

“Getting that from a coach I like and who was popular in Nigeria got me so sad, I became nervous and didn’t know what to do.

“He never saw me play except during training but he was getting updates from other officials but he kept asking why a small boy was put in the defence and all that but [other officials] kept saying ‘that boy is good’.

“I didn’t make the cut when he announced the list but when I was about leaving [the camp], some of the officials said ‘you are not going anywhere, he has to see you play’. Then a game was organised for me for the coach to see me play.

“During the game, I played so well but the moment I was substituted our opponents scored against us. After the game, he came to me and said you did very well today.

“For me, you are not strong to be in the central defence but I will take you to Toulon tournament so that other teams can see you and maybe want you, but you are not going to the World Cup because I need a strong player. I wasn’t bothered as long I was going to Toulon.”

In France, Nigeria U20 returned home with their heads bowed low after a devastating outing that saw them record two wins and two draws in Group B that had Brazil, Portugal, Mexico and Belgium.

But for Ndidi, it was his saving grace to remain in the team as he proved his class following Obuh’s decision to rest others.

He added: “The mistake he made was that he rested his best defenders throughout the tournament and I was playing in the central defence. I played against Lukaku brother [Jordan]. Even the Brazilian coach [Alexandre Gallo] said ‘you are a young boy and you are doing well’. He also encouraged me because he liked the way I played.

“We didn’t go far in the competition but I was doing well while he rested his best defender. When it was time to reveal his final list, he came to me and said: ‘You did very well in the tournament and my officials are happy with you. You are going to make the World Cup team but I don’t think you will play. This is not a pre-season tournament in case but you are not going to play’.

“From you are too small to travel to Toulon and now making the World Cup – I was happy because I was getting the opportunities for free because some people were trying to pay to make the team – it was really bad.

“When we got to the World Cup, we lost the first game 3-2 to Portugal. The best player he rested wasn’t fit. He was just training but wasn’t fit for the matches. The other officials came and told him ‘Play this boy. He did well in Toulon, just try him’. Then I got to play the first game.”

Ndidi went ahead to play in his first game in the 3-0 defeat of Cuba, then a 1-0 victory over South Korea and the failed Round of 16 encounter against Uruguay.

The Leicester City star, Moses Simon and Shehu Abdullahi are the only players in Obuh’s 21-man team who made it to the senior national team, Super Eagles.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.goal.com/en-ie/amp/news/who-is-this-small-boy-skinny-ndidi-on-making-world-cup-squad/1ml273x5vtr5m1dhyrxgr99b0o

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Joebie: 12:20am On May 24
okay how did he act rudely? Did you watch the video? if it's his words could you pull the quotes that shows rudeness?

TheGoodJoe:


Addressing unfounded rumours does not give him a right to act rudely. I even took the liberty of posting earluer comments by Billing and such animosity was not there. I feel he thinks he is closer to a shot with the Danes and went overboard with his comment. He was wrong. Stop trying hard to defend wrong actions.

If that was such a right way, his earluer words would have been so.
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Joebie: 12:51am On May 24
Where it is a standard that an U20 player can’t be a small boy.

TheGoodJoe:

‘Who is this small boy?’ – ‘Skinny’ Ndidi on making World Cup squad amid intimidation

The Leicester City midfielder has narrated his testing journey before making John Obuh’s squad for the 2013 U20 Fifa World Cup in Turkey

Wilfred Ndidi has revealed how he overcame a barrage of intimidation en route to making Nigeria’s squad for the 2013 Fifa U20 World Cup.

Having been dropped from the Golden Eaglets’ team for the 2013 African U17 Championship staged in Morocco owing to an MRI controversy alongside Ibrahim Abdullahi and Emmanuel Asadu, Ndidi was promoted into the U20 team thanks to his superlative talent.

At that time John Obuh’s Flying Eagles were preparing for the global showpiece in Turkey, and the 16-year-old had to prove his worth to make the final list.

And that never came easy for the defender because of his ‘skinny’ appearance. In his discussion with Out of Home Podcast, the Nigeria international recounted his experience and how he never submitted against all odds.

“When I got to the U20 team, I was seeing these guys. They were professionals who were already playing in the league. They were strong when compared to myself, a skinny boy coming from an academy to the U17's and now to the U20's," Ndidi said.

“Immediately they saw me, they were like ‘Who is this small boy?’ It was just all over my face that who is this small boy. It was so tough that my roommate would sleep on the bed and I would sleep on the ground.

“I wasn’t intimidated because I knew what I was there to do and not to make friends. Everything worked in my favour because I trained with older people growing up in the barracks.

“I only started training with my age mates when I was in the Nath Academy, so I was already used to training with bigger guys so I wasn’t scared. To me, it was just normal.

“You might be stronger than me, but I won’t give you my body to overpower me.”

Ndidi trained under Flying Eagles’ assistants as the chief coach was in Germany for important assignments. However, things got worse on his return as he did not hide his challenge with his physique.

“The coach wasn’t around because he went for a course but the other officials liked me and they were saying I was young, intelligent and they were encouraging me. But when the coach returned from Germany, he was like ‘why did you put this small boy in the defence?” the ex-Genk man continued.

“Getting that from a coach I like and who was popular in Nigeria got me so sad, I became nervous and didn’t know what to do.

“He never saw me play except during training but he was getting updates from other officials but he kept asking why a small boy was put in the defence and all that but [other officials] kept saying ‘that boy is good’.

“I didn’t make the cut when he announced the list but when I was about leaving [the camp], some of the officials said ‘you are not going anywhere, he has to see you play’. Then a game was organised for me for the coach to see me play.

“During the game, I played so well but the moment I was substituted our opponents scored against us. After the game, he came to me and said you did very well today.

“For me, you are not strong to be in the central defence but I will take you to Toulon tournament so that other teams can see you and maybe want you, but you are not going to the World Cup because I need a strong player. I wasn’t bothered as long I was going to Toulon.”

In France, Nigeria U20 returned home with their heads bowed low after a devastating outing that saw them record two wins and two draws in Group B that had Brazil, Portugal, Mexico and Belgium.

But for Ndidi, it was his saving grace to remain in the team as he proved his class following Obuh’s decision to rest others.

He added: “The mistake he made was that he rested his best defenders throughout the tournament and I was playing in the central defence. I played against Lukaku brother [Jordan]. Even the Brazilian coach [Alexandre Gallo] said ‘you are a young boy and you are doing well’. He also encouraged me because he liked the way I played.

“We didn’t go far in the competition but I was doing well while he rested his best defender. When it was time to reveal his final list, he came to me and said: ‘You did very well in the tournament and my officials are happy with you. You are going to make the World Cup team but I don’t think you will play. This is not a pre-season tournament in case but you are not going to play’.

“From you are too small to travel to Toulon and now making the World Cup – I was happy because I was getting the opportunities for free because some people were trying to pay to make the team – it was really bad.

“When we got to the World Cup, we lost the first game 3-2 to Portugal. The best player he rested wasn’t fit. He was just training but wasn’t fit for the matches. The other officials came and told him ‘Play this boy. He did well in Toulon, just try him’. Then I got to play the first game.”

Ndidi went ahead to play in his first game in the 3-0 defeat of Cuba, then a 1-0 victory over South Korea and the failed Round of 16 encounter against Uruguay.

The Leicester City star, Moses Simon and Shehu Abdullahi are the only players in Obuh’s 21-man team who made it to the senior national team, Super Eagles.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.goal.com/en-ie/amp/news/who-is-this-small-boy-skinny-ndidi-on-making-world-cup-squad/1ml273x5vtr5m1dhyrxgr99b0o

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Joebie: 3:07am On May 24
BUNDESLIGA REPORT

Paderborn 1-1 Hoffenheim
Super Eagles left back, Jamilu Collins was on for the homers from start to finish in their 1-1 draw with Kevin Akpoguma's Hoffenheim, that saw both goals scored within the first 10 minutes of the game. Collins had 72 touches and made an all important clearance off the line to deny the visitors from stealing a win. Collins made 32 successful passes out of 42 attempted. Paderborn has picked up two points since the restart of the league.
WhoScoredRating: 7.10

It was an opposite tale for Kevin Akpoguma who was sidelined to Hoffenheim's bench after some horrendous defending in the previous matchday.

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by daveP(m): 3:27am On May 24
"You are not going to the World Cup because i need a strong player"



Naija coaches and this mentality still never change?

I think its overflogged to me. Definitely strength is part of the game. But the way its emphasized in naija sport circles.... We have teams of skinny boys proving this wrong all over cadet football across the world...



I talk because this strength emphasis usually supercede talent in Nigeria. Hmmm.

Well he's proved them all wrong.... And as for the strong once taken, i hope their strength has made them El Classico worthy like Ramos?
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Joebie: 3:44am On May 24
SUPER EAGLES SQUAD DEPTH UNDER GERNOT ROHR based on his last 3 invitations, and new addition Ovie Ejaria.
Am I missing any name? Modified

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by elyte89: 5:56am On May 24
Taqaballahu minna wa min Qum...happy eid Mubarak to all my Muslim faithfuls cool

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Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Subzero047: 6:51am On May 24
AndSunGorilla:


Earhquake how u dey, do you still have time to do artwork for people?

I am not Earthquake
Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Dawn Of A New Era, AFCON 2021 And Qatar 2022 by Subzero047: 7:22am On May 24
Man U have added Ighalo into their provisional squad for reopening

https://twitter.com/utdreport/status/1264353670717517825?s=19

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