Always causing us problems every match. This chukwueze player needs help o. The change should have come earlier. Chukwueze should be coming off from the bench. Bassey very good player. Good crossers of the ball. Good defensively. That aina cross is world Class. Being playing with injury. Still formidable. I think Aribo can’t handle African football. We don try for am. They moved him up, he still was not effective. Please ekong and ajayi no be good pair o.
The Ministry of Sports has offices right there in the national stadium, yet they never saw the state and extent of deterioration of this playing surface. Is the pitch of good standard before? They just did a shoddy job and started making noise up and down. That sports minister suppose to have been sacked if Nigeria is a sane country. Imagine the pitch they spent billions of naira on few months ago. I think this is the second international match they will play on that pitch since it was commissioned. You know some players equally complained about that stadium after Ghana match. Even Tanzania have a better pitch than us, we are just useless in everything That’s it, someone can not be giant and not slow in everything like Elephant. Slow in thinking, slow in response, slow in development.
Etebo and other inactive players will continue to be selected.. Accessing this match keenly, i submit that we the Super Eagles is over just hyped. Nothing spectacular about this trash team yet. It’s time Nigeria source determined players irrespective of the clubs they play for, inasmuch the quality to play for the national team is there. Harsh to judge the team’s performance on that treacherous pitch. I think the boys showed the right spirit for the game and more importantly won the game.
Common pitch, our NFF can’t provide. I don tire jare. Let them continue to do whatever they like! I seriously think Nigerian fans should stage a massive peaceful protest. It has gotten to that point. How can it be that a country like Nigeria cannot 1 football pitch? Missed alot of scoring chances, chukwueze’s own was particularly shocking.. Good response from these lads. After all we couldn’t beat this same Sierra Leone in a slightly better playing surface under Rohr. Even ivorycoast struggled against them at Afcon. with more wins, the team confidence will come back fully.
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com. No related posts. COMMENTS WORDPRESS: 62 where can one watch this match online? The Nigeria versus Sierra Leone game. Thanks This is the beauty of Quality friendly matches, you discover new things in your players.. who saw iwobi playing deep in midfield in the Ecuador game.. iwobi has improved defensively and if we does well today, he would be adding defensive midfield as one of his roles in the super eagles, he did play as a right wing back in Everton, he will do well today Iwobi didn’t play 4, he played side by side with Aribo and was dropping to get ball more. Please any links to watch the game.
It’s allow too much pressure on the defence because there is no ball breaker. Secondly, Chukwueze and Simon are not helping out the defence, they supposed to be tracking back. What the coach played is not for the wingers to join the defense buh to join the midfielders in marking We look vulnerable at the back because there is no proper defensive midfielder and our formation is 442 ala 424 as Simon ans Samu are not attack minded. So it was a mistake to take our WorldCup qualifiers to Abuja after all?? See pitch wey dem spend millions of dollars to renovate?? What exactly is our problem gan?? Nobody cares about anything but themselves.
Nigeria vs Sierra Leone: AFCON qualifier - LIVE! Alex Iwobi and Victor Osimhen helped Nigeria overcome an impressive Sierra Leone in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Thursday. While the hosts raced into an early lead following a goal from Jonathan Morsay and threatened to make matters worse by hitting the post minutes later, individual quality paid off.
We are getting better. We should encourage them, Sierra Leone was the same team we could win home and away few yrs ago. And we saw how good they were at the last afcon.. The NFF have ONCE AGAIN failed in their duty to provide a proper pitch for an international match. They need to explain why the pitch was in such a sorry state. The performance of the team was subpar. But then, how can we expect them to perform on this eyesore of a pitch? The pitch obviously did not help our players. However, our players did not help themselves either, with the catalogue of missed chances.
Giant of Africa by foot Our defences needs work….. We always look vulnerable at the back apart from Bassey. Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 6 months ago Nigeria’s biggest problems are profligacy in front of goal and Moses on set pieces, don’t get me wrong, I rate Moses very highly and would even go as far as saying that he is one of our best if not best player but we MUST move him off set pieces, corners and free kicks for crying out loud! Let him continue the brilliant wing play and trickery but stay well clear when it comes to set piece haba! We have the makings of a good team, at least a competitive one simply from what I’ve seen of Peserio, he seems to be cut from a good cloth, he has the temperament and shows passion, eventually when the boys settle and what he is asking of them sinks in, I think we’ll see better results – Of the only other variable that must be gotten right has to be invitations and selections, only the very best and we have the best individaukky in Africa at least, we just need someone with half a brain and some serious cahunas to string it all together…could Peserio be the one? Only time can tell but I like what I see so far.
2 goals were scored today, which is fine. But when you consider that we could easily have had 4 or 5 goals, then it’s clear we have a problem. We almost paid for it in the final minutes of the game, as S/L took control and came really close to drawing level. If we had taken our chances, the final minutes would not have been such a nail-biting affair. @ Pompei Broda man, I have a serious question If we (and well we do as just fans) know these things which are the very basic building blocks in football today (2022)- The Pitch, The Finance, The PR and the A-Z organisation of the business side then why is it not you or I or any number of the zillions of younger generation and enlightened Nigerians out there today running our country’s football but rather silly, unintelligent and often unintelligible, archaic and backward greedy ape men or for a more current definition “morons” running Nigeria’s football? This is an anomally Yes, but why does it still exist even though we all see it? Or do we all see it? Can we not really do something about this sorry state of affairs? If only Malcolm was alive and a Nigerian! Rubbish! We keep talking about the same things over and over and over again.