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A World Cup Without The National Stadium by timbuktu1: 9:32am On Nov 02, 2009
A World Cup without the National Stadium

The National Stadium in Lagos was one of the major centres used for the U-20 World Cup, tagged "Nigeria ‘99", and even hosted the final match between Spain and Japan. Ten years later, however, the focus of attention seems to have shifted to the other side of the road, wherein is situated another stadium - the Teslim Balogun Stadium,
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by toshacer: 9:50am On Nov 02, 2009
so?

ANOTHER MEANINGLESS TOPIC.
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by Sagamite(m): 3:34pm On Nov 02, 2009
But something begs the question:

Which slowpoke thought it a good idea to build 2 publicly-owned stadia across the road to each other?
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by snowdrops(m): 4:51pm On Nov 02, 2009
Only in Nigeria will you find such morons.
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by toshacer: 4:24am On Nov 11, 2009
see Psychos

so because it has not been done in America or London, then it is a bad idea?
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by quadrillio(m): 11:42am On Nov 11, 2009
tosh_acer:

see Psychos

so because it has not been done in America or London, then it is a bad idea?
u dey mind dem, na only photocopy dem like

must does people colonize us in everthing.
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by illusion2: 8:46pm On Nov 11, 2009
Sagamite:

But something begs the question:

Which slowpoke thought it a good idea to build 2 publicly-owned stadia across the road to each other?
Similar morons have more than one world class stadia in madrid,liverpool,manchester,London(can't count). the problem in nigeria is with football administration not stadia . . . duh ! tongue
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by Sagamite(m): 9:07pm On Nov 11, 2009
illusion2:

Similar morons have more than one world class stadia in madrid,liverpool,manchester,London(can't count). the problem in nigeria is with football administration not stadia . . . duh ! tongue

You mean they have it across the street from each other? And they are both public?
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by illusion2: 9:24pm On Nov 11, 2009
Sagamite:

You mean they have it across the street from each other? And they are both public?
Yes. the fact they are public(national = Federal,Teslim = Lagos govts) boils down to administration. We have enough fans to run proper league system & stadia in Nigeria.
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by Damoche10: 3:06pm On Nov 12, 2009
Na wa o. We sabi waste resources for this country, The stadium has been abandoned!
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by toshacer: 8:17pm On Nov 14, 2009
idiots - whats wrong with having two stadia next to each other? fools.
Re: A World Cup Without The National Stadium by chidyke77(m): 9:01pm On Nov 14, 2009
@tosh-acer
U seems to b arrogant and rude,just imagine hw ur insulting other members and calling them idiots just dat d contributed to a topic dat u regarded as useless yet u continue to participate.
If ur still a kid dat has a poor family upbringing u hv to learn the proper way of addressing issue cos dis forum is nt ur family house or ur peer u cn talk to anyhow.
Try to learn a good manner of approach.

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