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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by Kimbo on Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:22 pm

IT'S THE FINAL!!!


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Post by EMP on Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:31 pm

Kimbo wrote:IT'S THE FINAL!!!


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Did anyone see the match between Mali and Ghana yesterday. It was a good match. Seydou Keita was the MotM again.
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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by Kimbo on Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:37 pm

Why are the coaches wearing red bibs? These Africans don't know what they're doing.
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Post by EMP on Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:49 pm

Kimbo wrote:Why are the coaches wearing red bibs? These Africans don't know what they're doing.

they are CAF bibs, and Nigeria's are brown. Whole squad has them.
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Post by Kimbo on Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:10 pm

Not a bad goal.
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Post by EMP on Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:40 pm

Kimbo wrote:Not a bad goal.

Wonder what Ameobi thinks about it now. Can't see Keshi giving him a chance now. This was one of the most slagged off Nigerian squads ever. Keshi has shut a lot of the Nigerian media up, although some are claiming that their criticism was needed to get the team playing. And you all think English media is bad.
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Post by EMP on Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:29 pm

Nigeria win the African Cup of Nations and are on lap of honour. The 30th edition of African Cup of Nations will be in Morocco in 2015.
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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by Isco Benny on Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:09 pm

Unlike in the Bible, Moses has turned out to be a massive traitor.
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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by christmasborocooper on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:01 pm

I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.
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Post by EMP on Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:45 am

christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

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Post by 110% on Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:57 am

EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:31 am

110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.

He turned down Nigeria before. He obviously wanted England, but that was never likely to happen. He wanted to play for Nigeria, going to a friendly against Venezuela. Now he'll be a one irrelevant cap wonder and should not get a look in for Nigeria ever again.
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Post by Romford Pele on Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:48 am

Bit late I know, but CHAMPIONS Whoop Whoop Whoop

Fully deserved, let's hope this is the start of something good. Hopefull, we can give a good account of ourselves in the CONFED cup in June.

Rumours that Keshi was resigning but thankfully it's not true.

RE Ameobi: He's shit, i'd rather Anichebe and Martins as back-up Ale
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:59 am

Romford Pele wrote:Bit late I know, but CHAMPIONS Whoop Whoop Whoop

Fully deserved, let's hope this is the start of something good. Hopefull, we can give a good account of ourselves in the CONFED cup in June.

Rumours that Keshi was resigning but thankfully it's not true.

RE Ameobi: He's shit, i'd rather Anichebe and Martins as back-up Ale

Congrats. RIP the Super-Chickens! Well deserved.

Keshi did resign, but following talks with Sports Minister he's changed his mind again. Can you answer 110%'s question? He seems most anxious to know (book his ticket to Lagos) Wink

I'm in Lusaka now. Saw Victoria Falls yesterday. Well worth seeing. Due to meet Kalusha Bwalya today and check up on Godfrey Chitalu's record while here before returning to SA for Second Test on 15th. Hope Pakistan can last more than a day Smile
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Post by Romford Pele on Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:04 am

Shocked Thank God he changed his mind. Wonder why he would've wanted to resign though? We're starting to produce good players again for the first time in a while so hopefully we can become a dominant force. I'm still hoping Obasi can return although he doesn't seem to be featuring for Shalke at all?

10% should just book his ticket to the capital. This is as good a time as any to go Wink
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:14 am

Romford Pele wrote: Shocked Thank God he changed his mind. Wonder why he would've wanted to resign though? We're starting to produce good players again for the first time in a while so hopefully we can become a dominant force. I'm still hoping Obasi can return although he doesn't seem to be featuring for Shalke at all?

10% should just book his ticket to the capital. This is as good a time as any to go Wink

Judging from your media I can well understand how pissed off he is. They gave him hell and now claim that this their victory. Keshi deserves the plaudits not them. There was some talk before departure about pay and bonuses that was not kept as well. He had some grievances that were not dealt with. Now they have been.

Will be interesting to see what comes of all this now. Keshi has surely opened door for others too. Just waiting for Adebayor to beg him to take over Togo again Wink I think 110% wants assurances that Nigerian prostitutes are women of their word before booking his ticket.

He should have come to SA; they were giving away free condoms at Port Elizabeth. Not quite sure why the 3rd place match needed that more than the final, but they were.

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Post by 110% on Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:11 pm

EMP wrote:
Romford Pele wrote: Shocked Thank God he changed his mind. Wonder why he would've wanted to resign though? We're starting to produce good players again for the first time in a while so hopefully we can become a dominant force. I'm still hoping Obasi can return although he doesn't seem to be featuring for Shalke at all?

10% should just book his ticket to the capital. This is as good a time as any to go Wink

Judging from your media I can well understand how pissed off he is. They gave him hell and now claim that this their victory. Keshi deserves the plaudits not them. There was some talk before departure about pay and bonuses that was not kept as well. He had some grievances that were not dealt with. Now they have been.

Will be interesting to see what comes of all this now. Keshi has surely opened door for others too. Just waiting for Adebayor to beg him to take over Togo again Wink I think 110% wants assurances that Nigerian prostitutes are women of their word before booking his ticket.

He should have come to SA; they were giving away free condoms at Port Elizabeth. Not quite sure why the 3rd place match needed that more than the final, but they were.

The cost of a flight to Nigeria would probably negate the concept of the "free sex" if I had wanted to partake. But the idea of it being firstly offered as a motivation was interesting, and secondly once Nigerian won, whether or not the offer was honoured. It's all gone quiet on this issue, so I assume that the prostitutes backed out of it somehow, once thousands of Nigerian men started queuing up outside
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:14 pm

110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
Romford Pele wrote: Shocked Thank God he changed his mind. Wonder why he would've wanted to resign though? We're starting to produce good players again for the first time in a while so hopefully we can become a dominant force. I'm still hoping Obasi can return although he doesn't seem to be featuring for Shalke at all?

10% should just book his ticket to the capital. This is as good a time as any to go Wink

Judging from your media I can well understand how pissed off he is. They gave him hell and now claim that this their victory. Keshi deserves the plaudits not them. There was some talk before departure about pay and bonuses that was not kept as well. He had some grievances that were not dealt with. Now they have been.

Will be interesting to see what comes of all this now. Keshi has surely opened door for others too. Just waiting for Adebayor to beg him to take over Togo again Wink I think 110% wants assurances that Nigerian prostitutes are women of their word before booking his ticket.

He should have come to SA; they were giving away free condoms at Port Elizabeth. Not quite sure why the 3rd place match needed that more than the final, but they were.

The cost of a flight to Nigeria would probably negate the concept of the "free sex" if I had wanted to partake. But the idea of it being firstly offered as a motivation was interesting, and secondly once Nigerian won, whether or not the offer was honoured. It's all gone quiet on this issue, so I assume that the prostitutes backed out of it somehow, once thousands of Nigerian men started queuing up outside

Or they kept their word and it's no story. Or the religious leaders and media got involved and chased them away.
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:26 pm

@ Romford Pele,http://www.zimbio.com/Nigeria/articles/dpoawd6Kw0y/Nigeria+Coach+Stephen+Keshi+Rescinds+Decision

That gives some idea of what went on. The other one circulating is that the NFF had decided to offer the job to Herve Renard shortly after Nigeria won. Cannot believe even the NFF could come up with such an idiotic plan.

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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 1:11 pm

I told you the Zambians were women of their word.

http://www.kckrs.com/zambian-prostitutes-had-unprotected-sex-with-hundreds-of-men-after-their-national-team-qualified-for-the-afcon-final/

and that was just for reaching the final last year.
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Post by christmasborocooper on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:03 pm

EMP wrote:
110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.

He turned down Nigeria before. He obviously wanted England, but that was never likely to happen. He wanted to play for Nigeria, going to a friendly against Venezuela. Now he'll be a one irrelevant cap wonder and should not get a look in for Nigeria ever again.

He obviously felt no real affinity to Nigeria or the competition, which is no surprise given he really will feel English.

Why would he care that they've won? I bet he'd be bothered if he'd, for example(unrealistic as it is) been sold in January by Newcastle and they'd gone on to win their first trophy in years. That probably would devastate him, given he's been there all his life and has a love and genuine affinity for them.

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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:10 pm

christmasborocooper wrote:
EMP wrote:
110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.

He turned down Nigeria before. He obviously wanted England, but that was never likely to happen. He wanted to play for Nigeria, going to a friendly against Venezuela. Now he'll be a one irrelevant cap wonder and should not get a look in for Nigeria ever again.

He obviously felt no real affinity to Nigeria or the competition, which is no surprise given he really will feel English.

Why would he care that they've won? I bet he'd be bothered if he'd, for example(unrealistic as it is) been sold in January by Newcastle and they'd gone on to win their first trophy in years. That probably would devastate him, given he's been there all his life and has a love and genuine affinity for them.


I don't think it's that simple. He obviously wanted to play in the ACN and probably World Cup. That is almost certainly why he accepted the call up for the friendly. It seems that Pardew leaned on him not to go. He was born in Nigeria, so he might have some affinity with the country. If he wasn't arsed at all, why accept the call to go to the friendly in the first place? It makes no sense to go half way round the world for a meaningless friendly and turn down the major continental tournament that it was a warm up for.
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Post by christmasborocooper on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:29 pm

EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:
EMP wrote:
110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.

He turned down Nigeria before. He obviously wanted England, but that was never likely to happen. He wanted to play for Nigeria, going to a friendly against Venezuela. Now he'll be a one irrelevant cap wonder and should not get a look in for Nigeria ever again.

He obviously felt no real affinity to Nigeria or the competition, which is no surprise given he really will feel English.

Why would he care that they've won? I bet he'd be bothered if he'd, for example(unrealistic as it is) been sold in January by Newcastle and they'd gone on to win their first trophy in years. That probably would devastate him, given he's been there all his life and has a love and genuine affinity for them.


I don't think it's that simple. He obviously wanted to play in the ACN and probably World Cup. That is almost certainly why he accepted the call up for the friendly. It seems that Pardew leaned on him not to go. He was born in Nigeria, so he might have some affinity with the country. If he wasn't arsed at all, why accept the call to go to the friendly in the first place? It makes no sense to go half way round the world for a meaningless friendly and turn down the major continental tournament that it was a warm up for.

Why did he accept it?

I'd say because it was a last chance saloon. He knew England was a no go..Nigeria through him a bone, he chewed it for a bit then threw it away when he realised his usual bowl of pedigree chum being taken away.
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:40 pm

christmasborocooper wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:
EMP wrote:
110% wrote:
EMP wrote:
christmasborocooper wrote:I reckon Ameobi won't be arsed.

Really? It's not just international football, but a trophy and medal at first attempt, plus Confederations Cup and possibility of World Cup.

But he only really decided he wanted to play for Nigeria at the age of 28, so I think he really must have wanted to play for England to leave it that long.

He turned down Nigeria before. He obviously wanted England, but that was never likely to happen. He wanted to play for Nigeria, going to a friendly against Venezuela. Now he'll be a one irrelevant cap wonder and should not get a look in for Nigeria ever again.

He obviously felt no real affinity to Nigeria or the competition, which is no surprise given he really will feel English.

Why would he care that they've won? I bet he'd be bothered if he'd, for example(unrealistic as it is) been sold in January by Newcastle and they'd gone on to win their first trophy in years. That probably would devastate him, given he's been there all his life and has a love and genuine affinity for them.


I don't think it's that simple. He obviously wanted to play in the ACN and probably World Cup. That is almost certainly why he accepted the call up for the friendly. It seems that Pardew leaned on him not to go. He was born in Nigeria, so he might have some affinity with the country. If he wasn't arsed at all, why accept the call to go to the friendly in the first place? It makes no sense to go half way round the world for a meaningless friendly and turn down the major continental tournament that it was a warm up for.

Why did he accept it?

I'd say because it was a last chance saloon. He knew England was a no go..Nigeria through him a bone, he chewed it for a bit then threw it away when he realised his usual bowl of pedigree chum being taken away.

That's about right, but Pardew threatened to take it away if he went to the friendly and he still went. Pretty silly all round as Nigeria have far better options than him. Word is they are more interested in his brother than him.
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Post by Romford Pele on Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:44 pm

Sammy needs to be fed straight for about three months then locked in a gym after if he hopes to make the Nigeri NT.
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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by Kimbo on Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:09 pm

This is ridiculous, Shola didn't miss out on winning the ACN. If he had played a significant part then Nigeria probably wouldn't have won, if he was a player that sat on the bench 90% of the time then so what? He will have missed out on a trophy he didn't contribute towards anyway.
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Post by EMP on Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:33 pm

Kimbo wrote:This is ridiculous, Shola didn't miss out on winning the ACN. If he had played a significant part then Nigeria probably wouldn't have won, if he was a player that sat on the bench 90% of the time then so what? He will have missed out on a trophy he didn't contribute towards anyway.

He'd still have a medal. In all competitions players win medals without having played. He might not have played much or at all, but the indication is that Keshi was seriously considering him and he may well have made the squad. They would still have won it. They were the best team. I doubt that he would have started, but he might have had some playing time.
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Re: African Cup of Nations 2013

Post by Kimbo on Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:43 pm

EMP wrote:
Kimbo wrote:This is ridiculous, Shola didn't miss out on winning the ACN. If he had played a significant part then Nigeria probably wouldn't have won, if he was a player that sat on the bench 90% of the time then so what? He will have missed out on a trophy he didn't contribute towards anyway.

He'd still have a medal. In all competitions players win medals without having played. He might not have played much or at all, but the indication is that Keshi was seriously considering him and he may well have made the squad. They would still have won it. They were the best team. I doubt that he would have started, but he might have had some playing time.

Wow, really sounds like it would have been worth sacrificing his career at his boyhood club, a club that has been incredibly generous to him over the years.
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Post by christmasborocooper on Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:46 pm

Yeah that's basically what I was saying. I just used a clever dog analogy.

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