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Moses Ready For Super Eagles Return

Victor Moses is ready to return to the Super Eagles three years after quitting international football, reports Completesports.com.

Moses, who is currently in the books of Russian Premier League club Spartak Moscow announced his retirement from international football on August 15, 2018.

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The 30-year-old last appearance for the Super Eagles was against Argentina at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The winger scored from the spot as the Super Eagles lost 2-1 to Argentina, failing to progress into the Round of 16.

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“He (Moses) will come back, but he’s not fussy about it,” sports agent Drew Uyi told The Football Show on YouTube.

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“He could come for a year.

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“He is a professional, he will always deliver.

“I remember I got him an endorsement around the time he quit the Super Eagles and because the deal was tied to the national team, they pulled the plug on it.”

The former Chelsea player made 37 appearances for Nigeria and scored 12 goals before his retirement.

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  • glory 2 months ago

    Welcome back VICTORY MOSES. WE ALWAYS LOVE AND APPRECIATE YOU. AWUUUUUUUUUUUURAAAAA.

     
  • dominic 2 months ago

    oya let go African Nation Cup around the corner all the ex super eagles start to come back one by one even jay jay okocha ….this is work of NFA
    Igahlo
    Moses
    next ?

    NFA are very dis-organise set of people infact if we get to knocked stage in next nation we try

     
    • @dominic Ighalo should have not been rushed back rather, Moses was the one who should have. you see how the Ighalo situation has tainted a Victor Moses return that should be celebrated without questionable doubt Moses is still performing VERY well @dominic and is racking up countless assists in Europe at the highest Level, and can really help the younger wingers in the squad + you saw how Moses intergrity he lost a lucrative sponsorship because he needed to be playing international footbal to keep the endorsement but Moses is principals money did not sway his decision he kept to his word of retiring that is what you need around a bunch of young guns entering a galmours life i,e. Chukwueze and Osimhen the guy is a good example, funny enough that came around the same time Rohr complained about an NFF official instructing him not to make specific substitution in a crucial game Nigeria needed to win + he is the main reason we were at Russia 2018 Not Ighalo Not Musa. Nigerians always seem to skew their priorities. In fact, everything is just done upside down because of the NFF and Rohr stupid hasty decisions. @dominc Moses Return is a good thing not a bad one, Ighalo’s return is the questionable one. Y

       
    • Lorenzo 2 months ago

      Your fada

       
  • Chief Thomas Adeboye HRH 2 months ago

    Sura lillu boi, e no no nothing. Oya make we follow sing am with daddy shokey as we compose Moses Victor

    Oluyemi o!

    Ẹ jọ′ọ’
    Ta ló ni mótò
    NGR SE Afcon No1
    Gbe kúrò lọ′nà Victor Moses fẹ’ wọlé, wan come insiiiide.

    Congratulation
    And jubilation
    Celebration
    Inawa Nation…
    You no hear me
    Congratulation
    And Jubilation
    Celebration
    Inawa Nation…
    Welcome Victor Moses Welcome
    Welcome Victor Moses welcome
    Welcome Victor Moses Welcome
    Welcome Daddy Victor Moses welcome

    Move on move on Moses Shoo
    Oluyemi
    Holy Ba’Tanjaja know say you run the show. Lego pple!!!

     
  • M. Abbas 2 months ago

    One of the best news ever. CSN kindly occupy Moses right now. I tell you folks, for Moses my family and I are relocating to Akwa Ibom Nigeria right away where we could access Stade Roumde Adjia on the 11th without much ado.

     
  • Coache 2 months ago

    Welcome footballer of the highest quality. Now I can sleep well and hope we make it to Qatar. I duff my cap. He takes on defenders face on and not afraid to go solo.

     
  • Richie 2 months ago

    Best news ever!

    Please come in and handle those wings like a BOSS!!!!! I really don’t understand what Moses Simon (your namesake) has been doing, a far cry from his present heroics @ Nantes… I’m very sure your presence would raise his game a notch higher

     
  • Larry 2 months ago

    This is the real and honest way of doing things..
    no Games, no Drama, no Picnicking , no Roaring, Just simplicity and greatness!!
    Unlike one spoilt brat, who created a dirty drama using his paid staffs to pave his return to SE..

    Good bye Rhor the Roaring loser..!

    Welcome Moses the game changer!!!
    Welcome Dennis the menace
    Welcome Amoo the little Messi
    Welcome Lookman the attacker..
    Welcome Ejaria from Nigeria..

    Good luck Nigeria !!!

    If we can’t get an affordable foreign coach with traction, the time is ripe for Finidi, Egbo, Manu, Olofin, Rufai & Carl to lead the team.

     
    • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

      You’re just deceiving yourself who put them on the 40 man list?? Keep dreaming that Rohr will be sacked before the AFCON. Whenever you wake up from your delusion grandeur and see Rohr lead the team to Cameroon you better go back to sleep because you will be disappointed.

       
  • Okosun Matthews 2 months ago

    CHIEF THOMAS, LONG TIME NO SEE. WITH ODION IGHALO, IWOBI, MOSES, OLA AINA AND ANWAZIEM ALONE, AFCON IS GOING TO BE VERY VERY HOT. ONE THING WITH FOOTBALL IN OUR COUNTRY IS THAT IT BRINGS THE CHIEFS, ALHAJIS, OLOYES, ENIKPIAS AND INFACT EVERYBODY TOGETHER. I TELL U, THAT MOSES VICTOR HAS COME OUT OF RETIREMENT IS HEALING WOUNDS ALREADY. I BEG OF MOSES NOT TO RESCIND ON HIS DECISION TO BE IN CAMEROON AND HIS MANAGER MUST KNOW WE LOVE THEM ALL. THANKS.

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    The team is now having some great personalities…Odion ighalo, Ahmed musa, now victor moses. Good! We now have 3 experienced legs in the team. So we ready to go!!!

     
    • Lol what difference doe Musa’s experience bring compared to Wilfed Ndidi, Balogun or Ekong hahahahah!! @MONKEY POST Musa is a liability we Don’t need him moreover Moses and Ighalo is enough. We can use Musa place for deadlier players currently! it has to be done at some stage Musa does not deserve to be in world Cup or Afcon especially if we run the risk of loosing players we can benefit from in years to come because we are accommodating Musa. No I don’t stand for that. Do you run your business with this same mindset @MONKEY POST

       
      • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

        So it is now Moses and Ighalo are enough Lmao!!! Not why invite Ighalo who plays in an obscure league anymore ?? Lmao!!!

         
        • you guys are missing the point okay Ighalo is better than Onuachu I admitted that so whats the big deal as long as Vic Moses, Dennis and Awoniyi are there so to Lookman I no send.. If Ighalo like let him be there over Onuachu cool!

           
    • Chinenye 2 months ago

      @Monkey post no way Ighalo and Musa aren’t paying you salaries

       
  • Cameroonians , Algerians wil not like this news

     
  • EH HE!!!! This is News1 and MUSIC to the ears!. I said it Victor Moses Must and WILL PLAY FOR NIGERIA AGAIN!!! WELCOME BACK LEGEND OF SE!!!

     
    • MuYiwa 2 months ago

      Stop it oga. I’ve always pointed your childish rant on this podium. The other time u claimed Ndidi wasn’t injured Rohr just sidelined him for Shehu. Then you moved to Ighalo bribed his way back to the SE. Now that Victor Moses has followed suit, the tune of the music has changed. Moses must have also bribed the coach to be recalled to the team, abi?

       
  • Vincent Ituma 2 months ago

    Very funny!!! Dis chief Thomas Adeboye sef, just out in a different style, well composed, and a good initiative. Anyway, good news is today traveling faster than bad news, that’s also good to know. I am on my 620 calls, Nigerians and friends of Nigeria calling since the news was broken by no other than the only sports news online, CSN, that Victor is home again to lift SE on the part of victory. He’s sure going to worry many defenses in Younde. We need to feel Rohr’s impulse concerning this devel knowing fully well that he was the man at the scene.

     
    • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

      @Chinenye am just a patriotic Nigerian. Will support anything that will bring glory to my country.

       
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    @Ugo Iwunze You are a two mouthed nigga. I thought you were against ighalo’s return to the team. How come all of a sudden you now support the experience he brings to the team.

     
    • Look I said it Ighalo is better than Onuachu before also I don’t want to be labled a biggot!, in all seriousness Ighalo has better movement than Onuachu. Having Ighalo playing 10 mins in a crucial game when opposing defenders are tired is not a Bad Idea I have owned up to that long ago. But Like I said and one of my anger points is Victor Moses was NEED First before Ighalo had it been we had Moses against Cape Verde it would have made a lot of sense.

       
      • And Awoniyi should NOT!! have been sacrificed for Ighalo that was my frustrations as well as Dennis should have been considered Before Musa and Ighalo!

         
        • Akosa ike 2 months ago

          Iwunze I see your points. Onuachi with his goals in Belgium is a misfit for Super Eagles. So Ighalo is a better option. But Dennis is better than the duo. Musa has outlived his usefulness. And the return of Victor Moses is the best thing to happen for Nigeria

           
    • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

      @Ugo Iwunze you always feel musa is finished. You don’t like him. and yet when he converted that spot kick against cape verde you celebrated…SMH… Hypocrite!!!

       
      • Sauce 2 months ago

        U mean that inconsequential penalty against C.A.R that Osimhen handed over to him out of respect?

        Oga rest Ahmed Musa is done and he knows it.

        Also get ur facts right, it’s CAR not CapeVerde.

         
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    @chinenye another great news I would like to read is the news of NFF finally agreeing to allow Mr Rohr take us to Afcon and world cup… You see like I said am a patriotic Citizen. Whatever that would see our SE be great, I will push for it even if the idea is gonna drop jaws or raise eye brows

     
    • Michel 2 months ago

      Just forget about that,rohr will not take us to Afcon,Nigerian coaches will,this is a privilegede information

       
    • I am very pleased about this news, now Iwobi’s work will come alive as Iwobi and Victor Moses understand themselves to a very good extent. Iwobi at the center, Victor Moses on the left and Chukwueze on the right. With substitutes like Ejike and Emmanuel Dennis on the bench. That is a great team setup. Gernot Rohr now has a selection problem which is good for Super Eagles. Plus the competition for the others like Ejike is now there for them to step up to. Let’s see how this works out. Also we now have a free kick specialist back with major experience at the AFCON and knows how it hurts to loose out to any team at the World Cup.They say failure makes you a different animal. That is the experience factor now high in our team. Just because you have failed once, you will learn humility and that makes you a better fighter for your next challenge. Now this squad has tasted failure in 2 tournaments, the last AFCON by picking up a bronze and the defeat Argentina gave us at the World Cup. These group of Super Eagles players and coached by Gernot Rohr will be hungry and angry in the face of their opponents.

       
  • Festus 2 months ago

    https://youtu.be/FC28gNusQdw?t=6

    Best news eva. With Moses, Odion, Aina, Iwobi or Chukwueze and Ebuehi, the cup won’t be far from being ours. Sit back, take a look at the video clip.

     
    • Chinenye 2 months ago

      If you like post his all his goals for super eagles, he’s time has finished with the Eagles alongside Musa.

       
  • Emeca 2 months ago

    At the end of it all, Nigeria is the winner. I thank Moses for his decision to join his compatriots to once again lift Nigeria higher. We can’t have another country after all said and done.

     
  • Xhuxhu 2 months ago

    Great news…Cheering one too!

     
  • Chief e kale sir, iya risi nko? I see your composure for victor only that your osibobo get injuries and won’t be at Afcon in 2 weeks time. What about Roar?

     
    • Chief Thomas Adeboye HRH 2 months ago

      Polo polo, ashere boboyin, I no fit talk, I no wan talk. Iya risi na iyawo o, e dey hause with chewdrens, thanks you, ojare.
      Osibobo in Cameroon is fear fear for pharaohs and even the indomie-table of Cameroon. Spaletti talk say osibobo go chop 90days no action I come wonder, then I come talk say Moses must come insiiiide to elp. Kikikiki na my laff, u don see something? Na Moses oti wole, come insiiiide, then coachie roar don get plenti options, e go play Simon or play victor, I tell ya, victor Moses is a game winner not just changer, that na lillu understanding. ok look Moses for this foto up there, the way e spread e fingers, come balance with smiles, polo, I tell you Afcon is hia na we get am. My new sch is berra and I go talk you lerra with berra inglish, mens.

       
      • hmmm, chief you too funny o. Tomorrow you will tell us spaletti is spaghetti in your berra inglish, lolz! Roah’s own is settled, my question for you, which country are you suggesting for a friendly bout with SE?

         
      • Just like the kind of character formation for the Super Eagles is about to take a new dimension.
        Guys like Victor Moses makes the Coach work easier with his technical ability. Only the Midfielders diamond link-up is remaining for Nigeria to Land the AFCON 2022 as a Finalist and perhaps the Omicron threatened
        Cup of Nation!!!

         
  • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

    Moses was the main reason we won the AFCON in 2013. We were on brink of elimination before he rose to the occasion against Ethiopia in the closing stages to propel the SuperEagles to the knockout stages. Now he’s more experienced and still in great form. Moses, Musa and Ighalo’s experiences will be valuable for the SuperEagles in the land of Paul Biya, Roger Milla and Samuel Etoo. #FLY LIKE AN EAGLE INTO THE FUTURE#

     
    • stop this Musa is finished who can he displace between Vic Moses, Emma Dennis Chidera Ejuke, Samuel Chukwueze, Ademola Lookman, Alex Iwobi Who @Aphiliythegreat who?

       
      • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

        Musa will captain the team to both AFCON and WorldCup if we qualify for the later wether you like it or not. Unfortunately you do not have a say in his inclusion. So deal with it when he’s in the team. Even with all the players you mentioned in the team Musa will still make the squad. When he scored a penalty against Liberia I’m sure you turn off your TV then Lmao!! Oga don’t give yourself unnecessary HBP on top Musa matter that one don pass you.

         
        • @Aphiliythegreat so you are as clueless as you are blind lets see if Musa makes the squad. And if he does your blind support off this matter will give you no leg to stand on when you encounter the same quota system in your endeavours. Lol look at that statement you made “whether i like it or not”. Look at your mouth you are here jubilating that vic Moses and Emma Dennis and co are in the squad. Why?? because of Fans like me and the diligent True fans on this forum who know themselves who talk and voice our opinions even when Minions puppets like you and @Dr Drey support every bad decision and move Rohr makes and have no back bone to speak up. Like I said you will only thank me later. Yet your arrogance will lead you to believe that We had no voice in Rohr and NFF U-turn in bringing back our lost Hope Victor Moses and our Young Guns I.e Emma Dennis and co. Keep liking Rohr Nyash while we true fans clamour for the benefit of this team. You should be ashamed of yourself. P.S. If Musa doesn’t make this Squad You had better disappear from this Forum as I go open your nyash for here with Insult. Your arrogance with this Musa situation is Disgusting especially as his continued Inclusion in the team is a direct reflection of everything wrong with the Nigerian system. So when things go wrong in Naija keep your mouth Shut.

           
          • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

            Na your own problem be that. If you like continue to remain clueless and blind. I’m sure you’re blind when all the players you’ve been crying about where invited to the team at one point or the other. In any of my reply to you did I call you clueless and blind?? I thought you’re a cultured individual as I’ve known you since KON days. I tell you what if you want toil the road of trading insults I can guarantee you that I have all day for you. You sef know say Musa matter pass you. Maybe you’re the NFF president who imposed him on Rohr. When Iheanacho lost form did the coach not drop him for the last AFCON?? It’s ok if I lick Rohr yansh as long as he’s meeting his targets. You and your fellow regressives will be put to shame very soon. Continue living in fantasy land.

             
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    @Ayphillydegreat Well said!

     
  • Those waiting for Rohr to be sacked……… are waiting in vain. It is surprising that up till now, some people are still patiently expecting NFF to put on their GEN and print Rohr’s sack letter. Their expectations will be cut short.
    By the time the AFCON camping starts with Rohr still calling the shots, a lot of these mature men will cry like babies

     
  • Abdul Handsy 2 months ago

    My AFCON 28man list:
    Goalkeepers:

    Maduka Okoye
    Francis Uzoho
    Adebayo Adeleye
    Defenders:

    Akpoguma
    Awaziem
    Balogun
    Ekong
    Ebuehi
    Aina
    Bassey
    Zaidu
    Collins
    Midfieldders:

    Ndidi
    Onyeka
    Aribo
    Yusuf
    Ejaria
    Iwobi
    Iheanacho
    Lookman
    Attackers:

    Ejuke
    Chukwueze
    Musa
    V. Moses
    Denis
    Osimehn
    Awoniyi
    Dessers

     
  • Mercy 2 months ago

    Victor Moses the real deal!!! Get chidera Ejuke, Dennis Emmanuel, Ademola Lookman, Samuel chukwueze and victor Moses on the plane to Cameroon. Play at least two of them on the wings in Afcon. I am confident the SE will play good football and also fly high.

     
  • pompei 2 months ago

    Ejuke needs to be more intelligent and productive with his dribbling. If he can do that, I would always start him. Focus more on goals and assists, boy.
    An end-product oriented Ejuke on the left, and Vic Moses on the right, woooooow.
    I wish Osimhen can make the Afcon, though I’m not inclined to rush him back.
    We are not going to Afcon to eat Cameroon pepper. With solid preparations, that cup is coming home!

     
  • TALK UR OWN 2 months ago

    HE IS HIGHLY DELIGHTED TO BE WATCH ON THE FIELD OF PLAY.
    ***HIS CONFIDENCE AGAINST ETHIOPIA SEE US THROUGH AND WINNING AFCON IN YEAR 2013.
    ***WITHOUT V.MOSES, WE LABOUR IN 2013 FIFA CONFEDERATION CUP & FAIL TO QUALIFY FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE AFCON 2013 & 2017.
    ***WITH V.MOSES WE QUALIFY FOR 2018 WORLD CUP EASILY
    ***NOW WITHOUT V.MOSES AGAIN, WE ARE BACK TO STRUGGLE TO WIN MATCH EASILY
    VICTOR MOSES NA BABA

     
  • pompei 2 months ago

    Breaking news:
    Belmadi has called emergency meeting, after hearing that Vic Moses is back with Nigeria.
    So many times, he has watched the tape of the match where Vic scored twice against the Fennecs, and harrassed them for 90 mins. He considers Vic Moses to be a terrorist-level, code red threat. So he has declared a state of emergency.
    There is a similar panic growing in the Cameroon camp.
    African nations are shivering.
    The cat is back. The mice are in trouble!

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    You will play ejuke ahead of chukweze??? @Pompei

     
    • pompei 2 months ago

      Ah, me I will ooo. An Ejuke that doesn’t dribble too much, but uses his skills intelligently to produce goals and assists. I will play him ahead of anybody. His way of direct dribbling is very valuable to me personally.
      The same problem I have with Ejuke is the same I have with Chukwueze. End product. I don advise Chukwueze to learn how to use his right foot taya, e no wan hear. He is too predictable. But if he starts using his right foot, defenders will find it more difficult to cage him.
      They are both good wingers. But for me, I will always start a productive Ejuke. But if he starts yeye dribbling with no purpose, I will yank him off so fast, his head will spin!

       
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    @Ocherome Mma hahahaha what! You mean no light in the glass house?? That NFF puting on their Gen and printing Rohr’s sack letter line got me though. Dont mind them anyway..

     
  • Festus 2 months ago

    Moses, Ighalo, Ekong, Obi, Aina. Sit back to watch clip christened Moses vs Cameroon. The goals would come, be patient.

    https://youtu.be/eFU9O0IkpD8?t=306

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    Thats the point! I love Ejuke too but I think sometimes he likes having fun, enjoying himself too much on the pitch and then might forget that the main purpose is to score like jay jay back in the days. But chukweze is more goal focus than him.

     
  • Omo9ja 2 months ago

    Football is a collective game which has so many details in it.

    A Football team is a group of players that have so many abundant qualities in a single team.

    What make a team stronger. Experience, exposure and tactics of the gaffer in charge of a team.

    However, I don’t think Nigerians have learned over the past five years of Oga Rohr.

    A tree can not make a forest. Meaning, the inclusion of Victor Moses is nothing if there’s no tactic in place.

    Hmmm. Before you attack me, go back and watch Nigeria vs Argentina match at the last world cup.

    Where did the winning goal against Argentina came from?

    Oga Rohr was using Victor Moses wrongly and Victor Moses over reacted and Argentina scored the winning goal through Victor Moses.

    The same way the gaffer is using Moses Simon. Same way he used Victor Moses.

    This is why Moses Simon is struggling in the Super Eagles.

    In actual fact, Oga Rohr will rely on individual talents instead of putting a strategy and tactic together to win games.

    If he Oga Rohr leads Eagles to Cameroon with the inclusion of Victor Moses, Ighalo, Dessers, Dennis Awoniyi, Ebuehi and other top star players, Super Eagles can not do anything meaningful because there’s a certain point individual talents/luck can take a team to.

    You don’t convert players when you have capable replacements in the team but in Oga Rohr case, he will drop all the inform players for his favorite players. So, don’t be deceived.

    Without Victor Moses and Ighalo, Super Eagles can beat any team. That should tell you that Oga Rohr and Amaju should be fired.

    If you are doubt, just wait, the tournament is almost here.

    I’m in support of Victor Moses inclusion but I am against Oga Rohr to be in charge of the Super Eagles in Cameroon because he can’t do more than he has done in the past.

    So, why wasting time when we have better replacements for him? If Amunike is not good enough, we have Egbo and Finidi. Take the risk NFF.

    Well, we love to deceive ourselves in this country but I won’t be deceived no more. Mba. Kai, not today. I won’t be deceived again. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

     
    • Oga just shut up, if you don’t have anything meaningful to say. In fact, we don’t want meaningful just shut Up. I remember that match against Argentina that the coach changed the formation to a 3-4-3 system to cope with the Argentinians especially with the pace of Do Maria, Messi and co. Even Victor Moses had played for Chelseafc as a wing back under Antonio Conte in Chelsea FC and played it really well. The same he did at Inter Milan and now at his current club. You talk of tactics like changing the formation from 4-3-3 to 3-4-3 is not a change in tactics in the first place.
      You again talk of Rohr using individual talents to play matches yet complain of a 3-5-2 formation that builds a system of play and uses the midfield as a point for attacking and defending.
      I begin to wonder why you even comment anyway. Must you say something at all.
      I guess your goals is just to cause problems for everyone including yourself in terms of explanation.
      Please clarify for us what you mean by tactics and formation changing?

       
      • Respect is reciprocal 2 months ago

        What has he said that is not meaningful or you find it hard to digest his contributions

         
        • What contributions is he referring to?? Is he saying that because Victor Moses will play as a wing back that he is less valuable or a change in formation of 4-4-3 to 3-4-3 is evidence that someone doesn’t know about tactics, of a you that have joined to reply, explain what tactics is or how Victor Moses doesn’t know how to play as a wingback??

           
  • Garry Effiong 2 months ago

    This is a true story…@Festus, how can I download a copy of the vid and where did you get it from ?
    https://youtu.be/eFU9O0IkpD8

     
  • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

    Hehehehehe…..Welcome back Moses.

    Like I’ve always said, and has Rohr has always reiterated, retired SE players who are willing, fit and above all, preforming and want to come back are welcome to do so. But mbanu, hatred filled people called the man all sorts of names…..LMAOoo.

    See them all jumping up and down like what I dont want to mention……LMAOOooo

    So pls what happened to “retired players must stay retired”…?
    What happened to “Rohr does not trust the young players”…?
    What happened to “Old players will block the progress of young players”….?
    What happened to we have as much as 8 young wingers in the SE already now…..?

    Time is always the best judge.

    Like I have always said, IF THE YOUNG ONES CANNOT RETIRE THE OLD ONES THEMSELVES, THEN THEY ARE NOT READY FOR THE SUPER EAGLES.

    Let the battle for shirts begin.

    If NFF like, let them continue to run around like a barber’s chair, looking for $2m + 8 months salary arrears + 12 months salary advance + AFCON and WC playoffs qualification bonuses to fire Rohr who has already submitted his 40 man list to CAF, rather than focusing on offsetting all owed emoluments of the players and the technical crew and creating a tranquil environment for the team’s AFCON preparations. Afterall, our participation at 2022 AFCON has been reduced to a mere experimentation endeavor by some people…LMAOooo.

    LMAOooo…….Once again welcome back Victor ‘Holy’ Moses.

     
    • Drey, are you G.Rohr’s spokesperson or Lawyer to have known all his salary, allowances and contract details?

      It’s obvious you are a Hypocrite and a blind follower of the Old Coach just like @Ben.

      Since you pretend not to know that G.Rohr is tactically kwashiorkored and doesn’t know How, Where and When to use certain players before and during a match to achieve the requisite Gold medals.

      With Rohr, the training ground of the SE is almost a futility because he doesn’t learn or pick any substantive thing from it.

      Exactly what Omo9ja is pointing at @ Ben.

      #SackRohrNow#
      #GetIndigenousCoaches#

       
  • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

    https://scorenigeria.com.ng/sports-minister-speaks-on-rohr-future/

    “….We shall be properly guided by history, particularly what happened in the past. We know the history of Nigerian football and the history of coaches….”

    “….We don’t want to make mistakes made in the past, but we want to make sure that whatever we do this time will be based on FACTUALITY AND ON BEST PRACTICES for the interest of our football development…..”
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    Hahahahaha…….e don dey clear for their eye small small….LMAOOooo….nraggado don dey turn to humility small small…..LMAOOooo…..when people dont think before they vomit sewage to the press and public, they will end up eating up their own vomit.

    Those who have been rolling and dancing in celebration can continue to celebrate their colossal failure yet again…..LMAOooo

     
    • @Dr Drey, he has been tasting his own vomit since the failed Nigeria vs Mexico match, now it is contract negotiations with NFF and Rohr that it is latest lesson. As you said, when people open their mouth and talk waaa, it is only humility in the form of a mental slap that will solve their problem. JimmyBall, Ugo Iwunze and Omo9ja take note.

       
    • Jimmy Ball 2 months ago

      …@Dr.Drey. In a honestly as a Nigerian if you have some pride and class as a human being being and as a true patriotic citizen, are you proud of the situation Nigeria finds itself with the embarrassing situation with Rohr and the contract force majeur currently? That is a situation that embarrasses the whole country. A coach clearly out of his wits and how next to improve his team and a clearly deficient tactical, and substitutional skill remains by force as one directing at football matters at our apex team… are you as an individual who claims and pride self in being a guy deep in football matters really proud of Rohr and his makeup as a coach? A man who really is a spent force and over the hill in strength, mental astuteness and stamina? The way you write exhilaratingly with somewhat excitement about this man Rohr… we know he has met targets but that’s like passing with a struggle and lack of conviction… it’s easy for anyone here in CSN to tag you a Rohr Worshipper… you extreme dilirium with the man smacks of man-worship on your attitude… haba @Dr.Drey?

       
      • JimmyBall 2 months ago

        … In all honesty* typo.

         
        • @JimmyBall there is a difference in giving someone an opportunity to fulfil his targets especially as he has delivered them than praying and dancing to his downfall. The latter is tantamount to being evil and nothing short of wizardry or what witches do. Especially bad mouthing someone who doesn’t field your desired player or players and abusing him by calling him Dumbo, that is just wickedness in itself. Plus exhibiting tribal tendencies. Haba! that is a mixture of wickedness, evil, wizardry, potion making and what not. That is all you, Omo9ja and co.

           
      • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

        Hahahahaha….see who is talking about ” pride and class”….LMAOOoo

        Did you have “.. pride and class…” when you LIED blatantly in public that you conducted similarity checks of comments on CSN platform using Quantum Data Search Algorithms…..LMAOOoo (more like using Microsoft excel to produce an architectural drawing……LMAOOo) and it returned people from different tribes, resident in different countries as Dr.Drey…..LMAOOoo…???

        Did you have “… pride and class…” when you LIED you did IP filtering, yet your IP filtering didn’t reveal to you that Dr.Drey’s tentacles transcends badagry borders……LMAOoooo.

        You are the least of person alive who should talk about “…pride and class….”. When you as a person start truly demonstrating “… pride and class…”, then we will talk.

        Please if it pains you so much I worship Rohr, or that I write with excitement or exhilaratingly about Rohr, please feel free to douse yourself with some gasoline and make barbecue afterwards…..LMAOOoo. The last time I checked, its still a free world…..LMAOOOooo

        “Pride and class” is signing a contract and respecting and abiding by the terms of the contract. If you like tell us Rohr is a paraplegic…..LMAOOoo…..that is your cup of coffee.

        The years you had Fire-brand force and top of the hill in strength, mental astuteness and stamina guadiolas……ordinary AFCON was a bridge too far……LMAOOoooo

         
  • Ololo 2 months ago

    I wonder what Mr sport minister will do if rohn wins afcon.. The man fit hang himself.

    Rohn has been quiet And out from the media lately, he knows most persons want his downfall , but we are seeing Moses coming out from retirement with few very details of what made him change his mind.. Surely rohn must have spoken with him.

    I see rohn doing some underground work, kudos to the coach.. You don’t sack someone when he met his target. It’s not done!! Ugly football Sometimes can win you trophies!!

     
    • My brother, even before we play the finals, the minister will hang himself.
      He will first of all slump in the stadium after watching the SE win the semi-final match to qualify for the finals. People in the stadium including kids will use buckets to fetch water and pour on him until he is resuscitated.
      Immediately he gets back to the hotel, he will look for the nesrest available rope and hang himself.
      NB – Before the SE get to this stage, the minister will first try to bribe them so that they will sabotage Rohr by intentionally losing our matches, but just like the senators of 2007-set rejected Obasanjo’s money when he was trying to bribe them for third term, the players will reject his bribe

       
  • Shut up your stinky mouth Drey & co! Are you G.Rohr’s spokesperson or Lawyer to have known all his salary, allowances and contract details?

    It’s obvious you are a Hypocrite and a blind follower of the Old Coach just like @Ben.

    Since you pretend not to know that G.Rohr is tactically kwashiorkored and doesn’t know How, Where and When to use certain players before and during a match to achieve the requisite Gold medals.

    With Rohr, the training ground of the SE is almost a futility because he doesn’t learn or pick any substantive thing from it.

    Exactly what Omo9ja is pointing at @ Ben.

    #SackRohrNow#
    #GetIndigenousCoaches#

     
    • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

      Just perceive the odors coming from your rotten mouth like the gutters of Idi Araba. What is the substance of the rotten eggs coming from your miserable mouth that you’re spewing here?? Bloody bigot of the highest order. Reasonable people are talking you worthless piece of shit open your sewage infested mouth waaa killing all the birds. Who is more hypocritical to want to drag our football ten steps backward you fucking moron?? You think you can just come here and open your gingivitis mouth talking trash. Go and type his sack letter na. Miserable moron.

       
    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      Hahahahaha…..you are too foolish to read from the media about Rohr’s salary, allowances and contract details, otherwise you wouldnt come here to vomit sewage as you have just done…..LMAOooooo

      Ayphillydagreat has just given you the perfect reply that a twat like you deserves, I dont need to add more…..LMAOOoo. On the basis of this, I’ll save my energy for someone else more deserving of it……LMAOOooooo

       
    • @Osas, am not sure you have followed Nigerian football under Rohr. It is a known fact that has been buttressed by Nigerian coaches that envy Rohr’s allowance package. You also mention that Rohr doesnt know how to use players to win gold medals, speaking like he has been to many tournaments, if I am mistaken, please remind me how many times or tournaments has he been in charge of. With respect to Omo9ja and your primitive view of what tactics is which is different from making substitutions, please explain how his tactics have failed with us qualifying yo play at AFCON and also the World Cup play offs. If also you know football at all,which you have shown that you lack an understanding of, then you will also know that certain coaches prefer certain players, let me help you learn here. Why did Tuchel convert Trevor Chalobah who is known as a midfielder to a right defender, was it because of his height or his ability to hold on to the ball?? After all he played as a defender through his academy days. The answer is both, he has the height and is very confident with the ball in his 3-4-3 formation. Not all players fit a particular system as talents are different. But no this is not a good reason for you abi??? It is bright sparks and stardust they disturb you and your eyelashes combined with the mouth of our Sports Minister and noise making. Lunatic.

       
  • RESPECT IS RECIPROCAL 2 months ago

    ANYONE THAT COMES HERE TO REFUTE THAT ROHR LACKS TACTICAL UPDATED VERSION OF MODERN FOOTBALL DEFINITELY DOES NOT KNOW FOOTBALL AND NO ONE WISE SHOULD CONTEND WITH SUCH A FELLOW. ROHR WAS A POISON TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOTBALL IN NIGERIA , BUT I WILL NOT BLAME HIM BECAUSE HE IS NO MORE THAN A POISON WHICH IF LEFT ON THE SHELVE CAN NOT KILL UNLESS WHEN PUT ON FOOD. THE NFF IS TO BE BLAMED NOT ROHR ,FOR BRINGING SUCH A BASE COACH TO US.
    IN ALL HONESTY ROHR IS WHAT NIGERIA DESERVES BECAUSE NO SENSIBLE COACH WILL WANT TO COACH A COUNTRY LIKE NIGERIA BECAUSE NOTHING IS WORKING.
    THOSE SUPPORTING THAT ROHR SHOULD NOT BE SACKED KNOW THAT THE COACH DOES NOT HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BRING THE BEST IN EAGLES, BUT THEIR CLAIM IS THAT ROHR HAS MET THE CRITERIAL SET OUT BY HIS EMPLOYER AND IN FAIRNESS HE DOES NOT DESERVE TO BE SACKED.
    WE HAVE NO REASON TO SACK HIM BASED ON CONTRACT . NO MATTER HOW BAD ROHR MIGHT BE I THINK HE WOULD HAVE STILL PERFORMED BETTER IF NFF HAD GIVEN HIM FREE HAND TO SELECT PLAYERS AND HIS DEFICIENCY WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN TOO OBVIOUS.
    I WANT ROHR TO BE SACKED BUT THE TIMING IS WRONG. SOMETHING TELLS ME IF ROHR SCALE THIS HURDLE HE MIGHT SURPRISE US AT THE NATIONS CUP NOT BECAUSE HE IS A GOOD COACH BUT BECAUSE THIS TIME HE WILL WANT TO PROOVE HE’S NOT A DUMB ASS BY SELECTING GOOD PLAYERS AND ALSO THE PLAYERS MIGHT WANT TO PLAY FOR HIM JUST LIKE THEY DID FOR STEPHEN. A TEAM THAT PLAY FOR THEIR COACH IS REALLY DIFFICULT TO PLAY AGAINST.
    THEN ROHR WILL RESIGN AND NIGERIANS WILL START BEGGING HIM TO CONTINUE AFTER THE WORLD CUP, AND PEOPLE LIKE ME WILL BE PUT TO SHAME BUT WHO CARES AS LONG AS EAGLES PERFORM WELL.

     
    • Ayphillydegreat 2 months ago

      Lmao!! So you know that a team that plays for their coach is very hard to beat?? Nobody cares as long as Eagles perform well. The powers that be are beginning to realize that the coach doesn’t have capable assistants that can work with him to improve the team play. Unlike Westerhoff who brought in Bonfrere to help improve the team tactically. When Keshi won the AFCON he had Sylvanus Okpala as his tactical assistant. As soon as the NFF told him they don’t need Okpala anymore the team began to dwindle until they failed to qualify for the AFCON they previously won.

      The most logical thing to do in my opinion is to shake up the entire back room staff with more tactically savvy assistant or at least someone with a better understanding of how we like to play to support the gaffer. And allow him free hand to select his players on merit. That way we stand a chance of winning the AFCON. Anything to the contrary will still take us back to memory lane.

       
      • Mr Hush 2 months ago

        @Ayphillydegreat

        “The most logical thing to do in my opinion is to shake up the entire back room staff with more tactically savvy assistant or at least someone with a better understanding of how we like to play to support the gaffer. And allow him free hand to select his players on merit. That way we stand a chance of winning the AFCON. Anything to the contrary will still take us back to memory lane.”

        Fair points. I would recommend Yobo and Aloy Agu should changed. They actually brought nothing on board. But I think Rohr always knows how we want to play. He already played that way in the beginning of his tenure. Point in case; the last Afcon and the last world cup qualifier. We played well and won games.Even when we lost we played well.
        I simply feel Rohr lost his mojo. So he is lacking that confidence and such his reflecting on his team.

        As for the FA doing anything right,I gave up on that since the beginning of time.

        The return of Victor Moses! Now that’s a man that deserve a come back. He earned it.
        The Afcon couldn’t have come at a better time. It gives us the platform and time to build and blend the returnee, new heads and consistent selected members of the team into one cohesive unit. With that we can go for broke, win the Afcon and practically be successful in our future encounters. A win-win scenario.
        Personally,Winning the Afcon ,( why it is our present goal), shouldn’t be our only target with this team. But ‘bonding’ a team that can maintain a consistent positive output going forward should be the secondary goal. Football don’t stop. It is a rolling machine.
        Enhance,bond and win should be the motto. Now is the time to cease the initiative.

         
        • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

          I laugh when people say Rohr “lost his mojo”…..LMAOOoo

          Pray tell me which team will not lose its mojo when the coaches are owed 8 months salaries (mind you Aloy Agu is purported to be owed close to 18 months salaries if not more) and the players owed bonuses from the the knock out rounds of the last nations cup as far back as 2019. Isnt it reflecting already in the level of commitment of the players on the pitch…? Nobody wants to kill himself any more. We all saw how they were all withdrawing from the Cameroon friendlies for one excuse or the other. We all saw how they all preferred to go resume preseason with their clubs than rather fly to USA to play Mexico. Even the coach refused to handle that game and the NFF could not say JACK about it…..LMAOoooo

          Last season Heartland battled relegation for most parts of the season because the players and coaches were owed for over 6 months. We have seen teams go from good to horrible and end up in relegation waters or outright relegation due to unpaid emoluments, not once, not twice, not three times in recent past. We have seen how even at World cup level owed bonuses negatively affecting performance of teams (especially African teams). But Nigerians want to see tiki taka when their players and coaches are owed gargantuan amounts in emoluments…..as if they themselves can be 100% efficient in their work places when owed for that long.

          Owe a medical doctor for 8 months and see if he wouldn’t forget a scalpel inside your intestines during surgery. Owe a teacher 8 months salary and see if your kids wouldn’t come back home singing “M is for Lion”. Owe your driver for 8 months and see if he wouldnt intentionally double cross an 18 wheeler on the highway from the owners corner with you in it.

          Yet it is at this same period we qualified for AFCON with 2 games to spare (unprecedented in the history of qualifying), qualified for the playoffs topping our group from the 1st matchday to the last and still regarded by bookmakers as contenders for the next AFCON. Someone should remind us how much salaries and bonuses we were owing our players and coaches when we couldn’t qualify for AFCON 3 out of 4 times on a trot.

          Nigerians are thieves by nature. Otherwise we wouldn’t be expecting to eat delicious soup when we haven’t dropped enough money to prepare it.

          Reset things to how they were before, remove all NFF interference and sabotage machinery, return all the backroom staff that was shed off in a bid to stirp Rohr naked. Hands of all dictatorial tendencies by pinnick and the so-called NFF technical department of figure heads and player agents, offset all owed emoluments to everyone concerned. That is when you can have the moral rights to even ask the players to lay down their lives on the pitch or for the coach to find his missing mojo.

          Money is not everything, but money answered all things. For sportsmen, athletes, entertainers, even professionals, money is the biggest motivator. You dont pay me and you expect 100% from me….? LMAOOoo. I’ll rather watch you die than give you the 100%. I execute a project for you, you dont pay me and you expect me to execute another one even better than the previous one….? I’ll rather make sure the structure collapses with you in it…..LMAOooo

          To whom much has been given only should much be expected from. We should be glad that we are even still winning matches……and its not down to ‘quality of players’. Nigeria NEVER lacked quality players in the days when we were ranked 70th in the world.

           
          • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

            By the way, is there anyone in the NFF or sports ministry today who is being owed even a month’s salary…? I’ld really like to know. Our journalists should pls help us fidn out.

            Because their own uselessness makes it look like they’re owed salaries since when Jonathan left power…….LMAOooo

             
          • Dr Drey, Rohr lost the mojo by continually overlooking my Onazi in favour of Ndidi. And I will have you know – whether you like it or not – Onazi will return to the national team soon.

             
  • @deo I know that’s a joke Onazi is not even affiliated to a club at the moment since being terminated by Denzilispor and has only 28 competitive games to his name in 2years. Ndidi on the other hand is considered the best CDM in the world and may be signed up by Man U next month, Why in the hell would we need Onazi are you people serious?. Maybe when Onazi regains some momentum but still Onazi is not even in the top 10 we have midfielders first and you are directly comparing with the Best Midfielder we have Numero uno Ndidi. He still needs to topple Onyeka, Aribo, Ejaria so too Nwakali not to mention Etebo (currently injured Midfield Beast) who is a direct copy of Onazi in his hay days. Funny stuff really it is LOOL! is all I can say.

     
    • Then Eze who may still re consider. @deo really bro let go of Onazi he is a SE Legend but not needed now.

       
      • Thanks Ugo – that was a private joke between Dr Drey and I (just as the Aminu Umar jive was another private humour banter between Ayphilly and I).

        It is Pompei’s turn next with Akpeyi. 🙂 🙂 🙂

        For you it will be Chukwueze. Let me tell you, Chukwueze has no place in the Afcon. Rather we should go for Anayo Iwuala.

         
        • pompei 2 months ago

          Hahahaha, Deo.
          The one million naira rated Iwuala is a legend in the making ooo.
          That guy go soon blow.
          But for me, it is Taye Taiwo that I’m advocating for now. We need the guy at the Afcon. With him and Bassey, our left back position is set!
          Also, it may be a good idea to bring TEN-TEN OMOKARO to be among the coaching assistants, so he can show our defenders what no-nonsense defending is all about!
          Loooool!

           
  • _Victor Moses the Cherry Picker_

    The story of Victor Moses potentially coming out of retirement to dawn the famous the green-white-green did not come as a huge surprise to me, I must confess.

    When the former England Youth International scored the only Super Eagles goal in the ill-fated infamous last group game against Argentina at the 2018 World Cup via a penalty, the way he celebrated revealed a player still relishing international football.

    With the initial chaos that ensued following the issuance of that penalty kick after Balogun was bundled to the ground by Mascharano inside the penalty box, Moses remained icey cool throughout before calmly sending Armani the wrong way to temporarily breathe life into the Super Eagles campaign.

    He then ran to the corner flag triumphantly after two somersaults – punching passionately at the Nigeria crest on his chest – pointing and speaking to a section of the crowd joyfully in a true Nigerian spirit, giving hope to a campaign that sadly proved short-lived.

    That gesture pointedly showed no inkling of a player contemplating the future of his national team career.

    Now, over the months I have argued vehemently with the likes of Dr Drey on this platform and other fans in other forums that Victor Moses was not at all to be blamed for the goal scored by Rojo that knocked Nigeria out the world cup in 86 minutes (something that made many fans hate Gernot Rohr to this play – which they sadly allow to cloud their subsequent judgment of the coach).

    I believed then and still hold firmly to the same view now that center defensive shortcomings led to Rojo’s sucker punch in the dying minutes. As Victor Moses sensed the danger, he ran frantically to leave his own wingback post to help out the center defence, only to be a fraction of a minute late.

    Did that disappointment and unfair/unjust criticism lead to Moses’ premature resignation from the national team immediately afterwards? I don’t think so.

    I have always seen Moses as a player who cherry-picks the matches he played for Nigeria. He would often pick and choose which encounters he featured, often electing for high profile friendlies and competitive matches.

    Now, the rumour is that Victor Moses plans to return to the Super Eagles for one year only, next year an Afcon and potential world cup year with meaty matches and tasty friendlies.

    This pick-and-choose attitude brought criticisms from certain fans including Collins ID on this platform and myself at times. But Victor Moses can get away with it because he is a huge fan-favourite.

    And judging by the exhilarating reception to the news of his potential return to the national team, a cross section of stakeholders won’t give a damn whether he cherry-picks matches.

    Most fans will just be glad to see Victor Moses back in green-white-green !

     
  • Mr Hush 2 months ago

    @deo
    Thanks for the response to @Dr Drey.

    @Dr Drey

    Why I do understand your sentiment on the wrong treatment of Rohr by the NFF; being owed wages. I also agree such could hamper his work. A man simply can’t work well on empty stomach. On that stand, Rohr could be spared some blushes. I always hope everyman,Rohr included, to be treated fairly. A man should be paid his wage.

    The fact is,we all know the NFF. While it is unacceptable and should never be encouraged; it is their character to be inept,nonchalant and corrupt. They simply lack grace,care and concern. It is who they have become. I can only hope one day things change for good.

    Rohr knows all these.yet he signed on to this a new contract.He has been here for over 4years.I believe he understand his working environment and by so living with it. He has the prerogative to have turned down the offer or resign but he chose not to.
    So if the above factor of being owned affects him so; why stay on board!

    But I digress; On Rohr losing his mojo,
    I am looking at things from the stance of things on the field. His technical and tactical part of things. His team selection, playing style et al. YES. He has lost his mojo. Yes being owed might be a factor for such to happen ( which is partially true) but doesn’t change the fact he has lost his mojo. And that’s what I categorically stated.
    There is no person I want back more to his best than Gernot Rohr. He is in charge of the Eagles( at least..); and all I care about is the Super Eagles.My loyalty is to Nigeria, which the Eagles represent. I want the best for them. And if it means Rohr gets back to his better days for that to happen, then good for us.

    I am not one to play the “Olmec game”. Wouldn’t be thrashing over the obvious. Knowledge as it were, is continuous and at most oblivious. We all want the best for the Eagles, Nigeria at large, and that should always be the focus.

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    Guys how are we going to do to replace those white shaky boys(Ekong and co) at the defense they are still shaky and okoye is still inconsistent. And afcon is just 2moro

     
  • Guys Like play play, play play they have sacked Rohr o.. Nawa o I did not see this coming Wow!!! ..News will surface soon!

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    @Ugo Iwunze in dreams abi???

     
  • MONKEY POST 2 months ago

    *In your dreams*

     
  • The problem we have in central defence is that our coach keeps relying on defenders that are not top notch or who are on their way out. He isnt discovering talented players that can take over from the current defenders. Right now Balogun is the best defender we have and he is about a year or more from retiring from international football, plus he is injury prone, and what happens when he leaves. who do we turn to, Ekong,Omerua,semi??? These players usually perform in certain games but when it gets to world football they struggle.
    We dont know what akpoguma can do because he usually played as a right full back in the Super Eagles. But he hasn’t even played for the team in a while. Meanwhile, he plays regularly as a centre back in his clubside but dont suggest that he should have been used as a centre back in the Super Eagles before some forumites hear tell you that he isnt used to the “African terrain”.
    Awaziem may be good but I dont fancy him in a back four formation, I see him in a back three at most or as a right back.
    We need more centre defenders and good ones but right now we dont have them and have to make do with what we have.

     
  • @Monkey Post, I also share in your concern about the oyibo wall and Okoye. Ekong’s problem is momentary loss of concentration and bad positional awareness, which makes him prone to school boy errors including errors you least expect from him. Balogun’s problem is lack of pace, he can’t run for his dear life. But what he lacks in speed, he makes up for it with very good positional awareness. That is why not everybody knows he has speed deficiency. Okoye’s problem has to do with reflex, positioning, and reading of the game. That is why he concedes even goals you don’t expect him to concede. Even in his club not just SE, he is plagued by these problems. But the good thing I observed recently is that he is getting better. I will advise we play one or two friendlies to observe him more at close range before taking him to the AFCON.
    Honestly, at the moment we don’t have capable replacements for Ekong and Balogun. For sure, they are better than Omeruo and Ajayi. Awaziem is doing well, but I don’t think he is better than Ekong and Balogun when it comes to 2-CB pairing. Akpoguma would have been a good option at CB and perhaps, would have replaced part of the oyibo wall because of his precedents. But the problem is that he plays as a right back in his club. Furthermore, there is very little time to blood in a new CB to the team.
    In this regard, our best bet for a 2-man CB is still the oyibo wall, but I can’t provide guarantee on that defence. But for a 3-man CB consisting of oyibo wall plus Awaziem, I can guarantee you on that. I can even place a bet.
    With that arrangement, I assure you, scoring goals against us won’t be easy for any team including Brazil. With the arrangement, goals scored against us will be more of dramatic goals, scramble goals, scrappy goals and goalkeeper-fault goals, than normal defence-breaching goals

     
  • Baddest 2 months ago

    Big vic back in training, great news

     
    • Akanlo Ede 2 months ago

      For now we don’t need Victor Moses. He should rest. We have Ighalo, Onuachu and Musa who are all far better.

       
  • GreenEagles 2 months ago

    I tell you folks, there can’t be a better news. That being said, noise is always allowed but never achieves anything. Some of the things noise can never achieve are:

    1. Osimhen occupied top no9 without fuse
    2. Odion Ighalo accepted back from retirement had even played in the Green White Green colors, benched Some players.
    3. Many didn’t believed when I said Moses will be back to the SE 8 months ago. Here we are, Victor Moses is now being accepted back to bench Simon if what I’m saying is coming true.
    3. With all the noise, Rohr is taking SE of Nigeria to AFCON and World cup playoffs. He recently submitted a provisional list to CAF.
    4. Talks on Rohr I also pushed to February next yr.

    My concern now is when is SE commencing preparations for the tournament, this is very important because we have only few weeks left….

     
    • GreenEagles ask them for me o! NFF should have been organizing friendlies by now o! Moses you are highly welcomed and may you play supreme as your words come to fruition.

       
  • @GreenEagles, he he he he! Moses decision is welcomed. I have been coming to the CSN to read about super eagles preparations but until now, nothing. Does that means we are not going to play any friendlies before Afcon? The only thing you read here are Udeze said, Odegbami said, Akpoborie said, Ikpeba said, Nwosu Henry said, Federal Ministry fishing ou nebulous instructions, NFF remaining silent or are being pushed to sack a successful coach. Is Rohr staying, leaving or where are we?

     
    • Harriet 2 months ago

      I am also very happy Victor Moses has signified interest to join us. GreenEagles actually said some months ago that Odion and Osimhen will play together wearing our national colors, though many didn’t believed, that isn’t lost on us becos it did happened. What he wants now and like you, is early preparations. I think complete sports of Nigeria (not another country) has a role to play in this? Let them advise Rohr/NFF to put machinery in motion.

       
  • Emmanuel 2 months ago

    As I watched the video of how the SE tutored by Rohr dessimated the Cameroon National team, it reminds me of the Uyo pitch and how it made football easy to play.The same pitch w3 played the Athletico Madril team and they enjoyed it cos the pitch was good.

    All that memoir has now turn to verbal attack against Rohr without addressing the fact that all that problems started when the SE became a national,cake that must be share on every pitch across Nigera.

    Was obvious the coach and the team were set up to fail.

     
  • Collins id 2 months ago

    @Deo, thanks for reviewing The memory lane of victor moses, i hate it when players put their little headed sentiments of pride and ego ahead of a National demand. A tipical Edolite are strong fighters and doesnt relent so easily claiming juju for excuses, i know moses right from uwa primary school in benincity, he knows how much our people loves football and our dream for The worldcup trophy, (my brothers the day will come when we shall be crown world champion, there shall be erosion of achohol, bear will flow from Edo to Eko). ighalo too was in thesame level, i am happy they are back, that is a Good news, they are good Players though ighalo and musa are nolonger top punchers. Talking about rohr, he lacks common sense of reasonings about The gamę, he opt for complicated ideas which is self sabotaging, though he is a goodman but he lacks what it takes, i am happy his Job is been treathened, even if he continues it will help him think right in terms of selection and substitutes making, i have always said that Nigerians can Cope if They play well and lose a match, than Play rubish to lose or luckily win, rohr was becoming too comfortable bcos he won games that Nigerians considered cheap, toiling with our emotions by living fans favourites in bench and boring us with average faces like moses simon, tiring musa, underperforming Aribo as A central midfieder, akpoguma, ebuehi, ejuke, saidu, Ania, etc where been abused by rohr and it was so anoying. shehu always invited but we still dont know for what Purpose. Talking of salary, i kno its necesary for nff to pay coach and players their wages, but its not enough excuse for Rohr, one month salary 50k dollers can take care of him for The owlyear if not that football is now toomuch money business, here in germany an average worker gets 20k euro in a year.

    My best formation for afcon.

    Akpeyi (he still remain The best we have)

    Aina ekong balogun saidu

    Ndidi

    Iwobi v.moses

    Chuks osimhen ejuke

    Moses will make a Good attacking midfielder, it will allow him rolves around and creat more damage than playing him as A winger it may backfire as age is nolonger on his side, he should drop a bit just like iniesta did, he can also help in defending.

     
  • Ufuoma 2 months ago

    I think I understand GreenEagles when he said no time noise will not be allowed, it’s like a continue process achieving nothing but I self delusion. Let me join others, when is NFF gonna organize friendlies for SE? Ghana preparation is in top gear, SA despite omicron (an area to run away from with speed) is gearing up, even Sudan that’s in our group is using Fifa Arab cup to train. Something led to something, who caged us o?

     
    • JimmyBall 2 months ago

      @Ufuoma… Is it same SA that did not qualify for both nations cup and world cup you are talking about how they are preparing for Nations Cup?

       
      • Ufuoma 2 months ago

        Based on the fact that SA hasn’t given up on their appeal for a rematch. That’s not even the issue, NFF with all the mouths allowed itself to be so caged and won’t talk about organizing friendlies, is shut up, even with the Harrabe stars of kenya. And no one is thinking but only Afcon is around the corner. I love SE and wishing them success in Cameroon.

         
    • Salami Aminu 2 months ago

      You reign supreme, come and ask me who caged you as if the key is here. NFF had accepted to allow Rohr to work harder and it is left for Rohr to draw out a plan on what he wants. Sit down there they wait for international friendlies. May be na kenya una go play.

       
  • Chris 2 months ago

    Moses did well mostly as he has the freedom to do so. That’s more important Anyways. I think we are all happy and enjoying it now. However, will there be friendlies to assess Moses and compatriots? CSN, Afcon is like 35 days to go.

     
  • Stephen 2 months ago

    @GreenEagles

    @Ufuoma, I was a fan of Roar but right now Rohr will be sacked, must go, can’t read match are he is nothing inviting our players to play for SE, must go. NFF corrupt, @Kels NFF must sack Rohr. We want Desser, Awoniyi, saidu, amaooo, give us Dennis, lookman and drop Nacho.

     
  • Jude Amah 2 months ago

    A noise maker, you didn’t even mentioned Moses the piece was dedicated to. Desser, Awoniyi, amaooo, nonsense. Pray any of them gets Rohr’s attention, aka sack Rohr.

     
  • Ayodele Ishola 2 months ago

    Sweet. Both him and Ighalo have the experience and that should keep them going. Hope the rest of the eagles can learn one or two things from playing with them as a term. Not as an individual… God bless Nigeria.

     
  • Obest 2 months ago

    This is great news. Victor Moses is an intelligent player. We need him so badly. The quality he brings in is second to none.