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Nigeria At The World Cup 2014

Sola

Administrator
Staff member
#1
We all know the US/Ghana fight is a non-starter. The US will need a basket to pack all the goals Ghana will dump in their net.

But is the Nigerian team worth talking about? Are they strong?
 

Village-Boi

Well-Known Member
#9
So far only Ivory Coast has passed their first exam... we go see Algeria today. All other African nations na mumu people... it's not even funny.
 

tunmi

Active Member
#10
The US did have a German coach. The second goal was well executed. It was textbook and the execution was perfect. I know Germany will leave the group but the second place is dicey. Cote d'Ivoire, on the other hand, Drogba is king!
 

Dsampler

Well-Known Member
#11
...well, I was going to watch the Nigeria/Iran game. I swear to God I was settling down to watch it,.....then I saw the naija player with the pink shoes on green socks. I walked away from the TV set at that point. Pink shoes??!!! on green color socks?????!!!!! abi na purple shoes sef. Who is advising these guys on color coordination? I feel terribly ashamed.
 

Amiga

Wonder woman
#12
I am so vexed at the African teams. what in the world has happened to African football. What we have now are a bunch of oversexed jokers. Mscheewwww. A useless parade of idiots
 
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Thickmadam

OHHHHHH YEAHHHHHHHH!!
#14
I am so vexed at the African teams. what in the world has happened to African football. What we have now are a bunch of oversexed jokers. Mscheewwww. A useless parade of idiots
what Nigeria probably needs is a home grown national team?
trying to coordinate all these egos in a short amount of time and getting them to play together is a herculean task.
i'm pretty sure there are guys in Nigeria right now who can play and dribble circles around this "national" team.


meanwhile, is anyone going to talk about Cameroon?
 

Sola

Administrator
Staff member
#15
what Nigeria probably needs is a home grown national team?
trying to coordinate all these egos in a short amount of time and getting them to play together is a herculean task.
i'm pretty sure there are guys in Nigeria right now who can play and dribble circles around this "national" team.
This has been said for decades. Until something is foreign, we do not respect it in Naija.
meanwhile, is anyone going to talk about Cameroon?
Why? Haven't they embarrassed themselves enough?
 

Village-Boi

Well-Known Member
#17
Hmmmmm na wa o. Nigeria Bosnia match... yes we won but... our boys for 2nd half no get any stamina and didn't seem to want to go for a 2nd goal.
 

Pete

Well-Known Member
#20
For a team that's yet to concede a goal, I'd say we're still in good shape. The tactics of falling down so easily and wasting time during the Bosnia match was pathetic though. Wednesday match with Argentina should be a cracker, and from what Argies have shown so far, I think Super Eagles have what it takes to compete against them.