Welcome, Guest: Register On Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 3,177,095 members, 7,899,930 topics. Date: Wednesday, 24 July 2024 at 10:42 PM

M7even's Posts

Nairaland Forum / M7even's Profile / M7even's Posts

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (of 38 pages)

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 12:15pm On Jul 23
JayromWrites:


Nobody else in mainstream Europe wants him

France is still mainstream, just say England or Spain.

2 Likes 1 Share

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 6:45pm On Jul 22
jihday:
this is the type of player some people want us to invite into the super eagles

Relax, he himself knows what he wants. We recognize opportunities differently.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 6:44pm On Jul 22
lovewins:


The club is actually a 3rd division side not 5th. Still puzzling though

Still the same. He can pull a Gift Orban kind of growth too..nothing is impossible
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 6:42pm On Jul 22
Odunayaw:
5th division!

Even strictly on the economic side, this is shyte. This last season is a momentume for a bettdr move that will surely come next season with a better performance in the league.

This was how Odey did it

If you know your way and have enough self belief , you can move from the fifth division to the third or better one by December when we have the season break. I hope he is just determined enough for that.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 4:54pm On Jul 13
ChrisKels:
Getafe already going gaga over Uche

Wetin dem talk

1 Like

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by M7even(m): 10:53am On Jul 07
Deltamani:


Ashleigh Plumptre is such an intelligent defender weda playing from CB or the Left Back Position, the way she Carries the ball forward from those positions is just so in another level with the likes of Barcelona defender Mapi Leon ..

She will surely be missed, but again Michelle Alozie, Osinachi Ohale, Blessing Demehin, Chidinma Okeke and Nicole Payne will get the job done!


I’m trusting Chidinma Okeke to be the come back defender of Year..!

Ashley will be badly missed. You know for a defender to have scored two hatricks in her league. That tells you a lot about her quality

1 Like

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by M7even(m): 8:49am On Jul 05
lovewins:


NIL isn't necessarily lucrative for all athletes though. Debbie not also being American and not having the necessary star power to leverage on ours her at a disadvantage to land personal deals. If she's patient however, she should get enough to see her through her college program. On how long she had left? She got announced last year so it really does depend on her. If she takes summer classes then she can finish her program in 3 years. That's what Kiki Iriafen that enabled her finish her engineering program in 3 years with Stanford.

Will kiki iriafen play for dtigress?
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by M7even(m): 8:39am On Jul 05
Deltamani:
Heart Breaking News…


It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Halimatu Ayinde injured her knee during training yesterday and will unfortunately miss the Olympics. We wish her a speedy recovery and send all our love and support. Get well soon, Hali!💪❤️

#fcrosengård



Oh no. This lady has got horse lungs. How would we cope without her in the midfield. She brought balance for the team in the world cup in our second game that didn't let us miss Deborah Abiodun so much after she got 3 match suspension. I'm so worried about our midfield

2 Likes 1 Share

Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by M7even(m): 7:20pm On Jul 04
mostob:
Yea, you are right. I forgot to add that Rinsola faces stiffer competition. We really needed a striker badly and I think that worked in Maclean's favour.

We needed goals and strikers to score.. perharps that necessitated the gamble to go for McClean. Remember the press were raising questions as to our poor convertion during the qualifies against south Africa and Cameroon
Sports / Re: Nigeria Female National Teams' Thread by M7even(m): 9:50am On Jul 03
Deltamani:


I’m the expense of who??

Monday Gift, Rinsola Babajide, Ifeoma Onumonu are all in limbo right now you’re calling Ajakaye that should be planning for her U20 World Cup..

But let's be frank, how much does Oshoala have to offer us at this point of her career

1 Like

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 9:58am On Jun 26
In modern times, civility is the heart of the Western culture. And here is an example of what that means .. This is how to speak, this is what we are teaching Osimhen the current CAF APOTY.

Declan Rice on James McClean saying he’s ‘overrated’: “Do you know what? I played with James for Ireland for three games and I got on with him really well. I am not going to sit here and slag him off. I thought he was a really top guy. When I left Ireland to come to England, I heard a few things he was obviously not happy about. He made comments a few years ago.

“It is what it is. I am not going to sit here and say anything about him. He’s had a great career himself – I think he is coming to the end of his career now and he’s got over a hundred caps for Ireland.

“It would be easy for me to sit here and say something back to him but, like I said, we are at opposite ends of our careers now – he’s 35 and I’m 25.

“I’ve known him, I’ve played with him, he’s entitled to his opinion and I’ve had to fight a load of those opinions from other people before.” [Belfast Telegraph]

10 Likes

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 7:31pm On Jun 22
yinkeys:
Controversy here
People now think Onyeka proved himself at Afcon and should be starting ahead of Ndidi
They say Onyeka’s work rate is unmatched
He just doesn’t shoot
They say he’s improved and now better than Ndidi in the past 6 months
Both players don’t shoot though
Is this true?
Is Onyeka > Ndidi ?

It's just a moment of form. It doesn't take away anything from Ndidi. I think Ndidi was not just in the best of form.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 7:28pm On Jun 22
typicalgamer:


Only an African elder would want someone younger than him to treat and address him like an elder

Seems some of y’all haven’t lived outside the shores of Nigeria

There’s no Ekaro sir for abroad

It’s a free world I’m surprised a 3rd world country is so adamant on respect and acknowledgment when there’s a bigger problem out there

This is a Nigerian thread. This is not abroad. Even abroad,I still don't see or treat people without regards. I hold it upon myself and my roots to be polite , decent and thoughtful. What that boy did is pure crassness.

10 Likes

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 7:23pm On Jun 22
Katcall:
“I call finidi”
The above statement by osimhen typifies the level of disrespect we have for our local coaches. Finidi is old enough to be your father. You address him with respect like I called coach finidi

Maybe he has been giving Finidi money, freebies and goodies while he was the assistant coach. I still cannot comprehend how on earth he could drag Finidi into such mud of disrespect.

The following day Osimhen went ahead for a charity donation where he donated 15 million naira, which is the amount Finidi earns as a super eagles coach. Is there any coincidence here though. That he can pay Finidi what he earns since he donated that amount for charity
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 1:22pm On Jun 21
oloriooko:
Fabian Ruiz is a baller, what a player reborn
Complete midfield maestro

He was really underrated at Napoli

1 Like

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 2:47pm On Jun 19
Croatia is an aging team . So it's not much surprising for me. A team led by old man Modric. Since 2018 world cup.

1 Like

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 5:41pm On Jun 17
Goke7:


if he never came out, most fingers were already pointing to him as one of those players that need to be begged

And is that how to come out. Sincerely that's just too disgusting to watch. No class pure crassness. Attitude and character will take you far in life. That young gangly legged boy from under 17 who we fell in love with, who had a torrid time at Wolfsburg, only to move to Charleroi in Belgium and rediscover his form, moves to Lille and we are so excited about the prospect that is finally coming to bloom. He earned a spot in the 23 man Eagles team
for AFCON 2019 bronze medal side ahead of Kelechi Iheanacho, that was a big call for Rohr at that time,because I heard Kelechi cried when he didn't make AFCON squad.

But we felt both players deserved the fortune at that time. He earned a move to Napoli and all of a sudden he has arrived. It started with the issue between himself and his sisters husband who was sort of his agent before he got fired. Victor and his eldest sister gave their account to the public on what transpired. Family matter, e no concern we super eagles fan. At first it was the maturity of Victors mind through his social media posts, ranging from stale memes , childish tantrums etc on a public figure that he was. But he was not done with social media, when he comes back to Nigeria he will hangout with this Twitter influencers as they call themselves playing 5aside with them. One cannot forget that social media has an array of options to choose from. If you want clout for popularity , you will find it there. Infact , many of Victor's Twitter influencers friends are those who largely thrive on clout for likes and followers. Victor might be a big footballer, but he is still a boy at heart. The boy who hawked in the traffic of Lagos might be suffering some inferiority complex issues. He is lucky though , that he will learn and be better next time .

2 Likes

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 5:29pm On Jun 13
ChrisKels:


How many times do you want us to do that? He has been approached twice and he said he wasn't ready, and you think he will suddenly be ready now that he has joined Chelsea?

But why is that guy playing guitar chords on our emotions and heart❤️. He should stop wearing our attires if his heart is not with us. We know he is Nigerian and he has every choice to, but we see he is Nigerian and we call him to play for us , only for him to be turning us down and be wearing Nigerian identities on his social media page.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 5:05pm On Jun 13
Katcall:
How do you see that benoise side coached by rohr

They do not have the quality to win the group. But they can build on their win against Nigeria and find the right momentum to ride on. They beat Nigeria on a neutral ground which was supposed to be their home. But don't forget there is also South Africa for them, they lost to south Africa already. And if powerhouse is anything to go by, Nigeria should play better. And if that happens it can upturn the table definitely.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 4:56pm On Jun 13
lovewins:
In other news, Beyond Limit that used to be the youth team of Remo Stars until it evolved into its own entity just gained promotion into the NPFL. 3 other clubs including Ikorodu City, Elkanemi Warriors and Nasarawa United all gained promotion into the NPFL next season. We now have 2 new private clubs in the NPFL, hoping that Sporting Lagos do not relegate.

What's more impressive to me is the fact that Beyond Limit did this with young boys. If you know the NPFL, you'll see it's littered with egbon adugbos and players very well advanced in age. Beyond limit however had a young roster and still gained promotion. Kunle Soname is doing fantastic work there.

If this group of kids can go on to qualify for CAF Champions league, it will go on to help change the face of football in Nigeria. They can easily travel to play for better clubs in Europe, help play in the national teams because of the experience they will get playing or qualifying for a caf competition. The journey starts now because once they do, other clubs will be forced to follow their path. That is having young players who look close to their ages playing the Nigerian league. This will help us in our league a lot. A proper 17 or 18 years old guy playing the NPL for a season. What a great level of experience. Gather them up to play under 20 and with early camping ànd see the wonders they will deliver.

3 Likes

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 10:50am On Jun 13
zuchyblink:
He qualified Nigeria to the 2018 Worldcup with a game to spare from a group that has Africa champions Cameroon, Algeria and Zambia.

His team was deducted two points just because of NFF carelessness yet it didn't affect the Super Eagles qualifications.

Qualified Nigeria for the 2022 FIFA Worldcup qualifying playoffs but clueless NFF decided to sack him.

Qualified for the 2019 and 2021 AFCON with games to spare.

We wanted Nigeria to play like Manchester City.

Here we are, no hopes of playing at the 2026 Worldcup.


The sort of balance Rohr gave us protected our goalkeepers. 2019 Daniel Akpeyi couldn't save Mahrez last minute freekick. We switched back to Uzoho, who was average at the world cup in Russia as well. Under Rohr, Okoye had a breakout. Fastfoward from this period. We say Okoye's blunder against Tunisia, we say Uzoho's blunder against Ghana. Rohr might have been lucky but his team's weakness was well managed.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 9:36pm On Jun 10
Ppogbae:
How do you lose the man that rebuilt your team and took you to the AFCON finals??

The money way NFF no won spend na him dem go still spend. Penny wise ,pound foolish.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 7:08pm On Jun 10
9JAMac10:
Fat headed goalkeeper shears shouting and losing focus when it matters

He did that against Ivory coast in the final and conceded just after that.

1 Like

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 7:03pm On Jun 10
BankyGee:
Quick predictions.
I see a 3–0 win.
Lookman goal and assist
Iwobi goal too. The rest na the rest cool

Hmmm. Omo nawa oo

1 Like 1 Share

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 2:38pm On Jun 10
AndSunGorilla:
Score is reporting that Boniface is starting today, Awaziem and Chuks also starting, also i read their might be a role for Onyedika.

Too many changes for this man.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 2:01pm On Jun 10
EEGA:
When it comes to creating chance the Leverkusen side is the best in the Bundesliga last season.

Boniface was not 100% fit which is the reason, he came from the bench.

He had 45 mins on the pitch in a Europa League final but couldn't get on the score sheet.This is down to full fitness.

I think this is the problem with many Nigerians. When they begin to overlook little stats like this and shouting a Finidi or whoever the coach is.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 1:26pm On Jun 09
Napoleon55:

Boniface nko,is he not fit enough? or do u think Onuacho is better?
what's ur reason for preferring Onuachu to start ahead of Boniface?
I would like to know.

Onuachu has a better goal sense than these guys. He might be slow which is his weakness but when played to his full strength he is a menace. For club football, his only mistake was his desperation to play in England where he found himself in relagation battling Southampton. Asides that he has consistently shown he has every potential to be a good forward player. I know the national team has no time for all that as we want result instantly. But then, coaches know better. At the last AFCON he was our second choice striker to Osimhen, and not Moffi, there is a consistent reason for that even while Moffi came as an earlier replace for Boniface and Onuachu came later to replace Sodiq. So I tell you, if only we can yield to play to his strength which we saw while he was at Belgium. I dare say no Nigerian player dominated the Belgian league like Onuachu did.

1 Like 1 Share

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 1:18pm On Jun 09
charlesemeka85:
BREAKING🚨

Nottingham Forest will consider signing Ben Brereton.If Taiwo Awoniyi was to leave Forest.And according to reports Forest are considering selling the Nigerian striker.

#NFFc [@MailSport]

Awoniyi is somewhat an injury player too.

1 Like

Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 5:16pm On Jun 08
BascoVanVeli:


Onuachu had a good game for someone without service. If he had missed opportunities like the one Moffi did I would understand the complaints
Onuachu should start in the next match. It's not like he missed any clear chance. The half chance he headed to the hands of the SA goalkeeper. He was OK. Except the midfielders who came in to influence the game , I didn't see Moffi do much better.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 12:40pm On Jun 08
minfelix:
we really clipped SA to rely on counter attack…our second half display brought back the memory of real pressing football….SA were now seating back and looking for counter….we really pressed them in the second half…but winning is all we need oo

Our second half display was reminded me of the super eagles I watched in 2000. My first AFCON. We were full attacking. It was beautiful to see Finidi play that in the second half. I hope we can build on that going forward.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 9:07pm On Jun 07
Mujtahida:

He's not the one to forget SE. It is SE that should forget him so he can concentrate on scoring goals for his clubside

Onuachu has a goal today.
Sports / Re: "The Super Eagles Thread: The Road To AFCON 2023, 2025 And 2026 World Cup by M7even(m): 9:01pm On Jun 07
You mean we couldn't pay Peseiro what he wanted. Because I'm quite sure that with Peseiro, this game will end in a draw. Here I worry that south Africa might find another goal. Which will make it 2 nil.

1 Like

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (of 38 pages)

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2024 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 61
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.