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Musa Pens Farewell Message To Al Nassr Fans, Teammates

Musa Pens Farewell Message To Al Nassr Fans, Teammates

Super Eagles skipper Ahmed Musa has sent a farewell message to the fans, teammates and management of Al Nassr after departing the Saudi Arabia club, Completesports.com reports.

Last month Al Nassr announced that Musa will be departing the club after two years.

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Musa who joined Al Nassr from Premier League side Leicester City, made 50 appearances and scored nine goals.

Sending his farewell message, Musa thanked everyone at the club for their love and support.

“I want to say a very big thank you to my team mates,management & the entire Fans of @AlNassrFC Club for the great experience & unwavering support,love & care. It’s been a pleasure & I am extremely grateful. Best of luck @AlNassrFC,” he wrote on his verified Twitter handle.

By James Agberebi 

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 14
  • Kingston 2 weeks ago

    “made 50 appearances and scored nine goals”, at Saudi Arabia! with this kind of performance what is he coming to Europe to do?

     
    • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

      … Hahaha. Our revered CSN chairman @Dr. Drey will not criticize this one now o… But Junior Ajayi will get the stick from him all-day.

       
      • Ahmed Bala 2 weeks ago

        You have a point. Just don’t waste your time with useless analysis.

         
    • Ikeben 2 weeks ago

      Musa plays as a winger and it is not a complete info by CSN to ignore the assist thereby minimising his contribution. Musa scored 9 goals, 14 Assits in 50 games for a winger is never a bad stats at all. That is 23 in 50, goal contribution. He will not be short of suitors in Europe, having scored and giving assists in Champions leagues, Europa leagues, World cup and Nations cup, he is definitely still has it in him. Well done captain Musa, the big game player.

       
      • Ayphillydegreat 2 weeks ago

        Thank you @Ikeben. That’s how to reply with facts. Goal contributions of 23 out of 50 games is not bad for a winger. He will definitely not be short of suitors in Europe come the next transfer window. He’s our captain and deserve to be in the current SuperEagles. The day Ajayi start scoring goals and providing assists in Europe that’s when @Jimmyball you can come back and talk then. For now he should just focus on Al Ahly. 

         
  • OmoEsan 2 weeks ago

    @Jimmyball there you go again taking on Dr Drey, but when Dr Drey reciprocates your ‘kind’ gesture you will say he’s insultive.

    You could have had your say without having to take on anybody.

     
    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

      Hahahahaha….leave that fake ex-footballer. If I talk now he will start crying like pikin wey dem collect in swet. See how he is gloating in his ignorance…LMAO. An aging out and out winger who has had a sterling career in Europe already, scores 9 goals and 14 assists, contributing almost 1 goal in every 2 games in Saudi Arabian league and he is bleating in comparison to his junior Ajayi a forward who is supposed to be in his PEAK years (24 yrs of age) who has only scored 7 goals and 6 assits in the Egyptian league this season…LMAO.

      Musa is quitting Saudi for a return to Europe after just 2 seasons, his fantastic super talented Ajayi who is better than Iheanacho, Dessers and Onuachu combined cannot even cross the Mediterranean sea after 5 years plus wandering around arab africa…..LMAO. If e sure for the Ajayi make e cancel in contract by mutual consent the way Musa cancel in own na…..lets see if he will even smell Latvian league….LMAO. He will go and show potential suitors his 2 goals in 11 CAF champions league games this season…LMAO

      His agents are just trying to use media PR to force a national team invitation for him because by the end of this season, he will have just 1 year remaining on his Alahly contract and his value will hence drop significantly. But if they can bully and stampede his way into the national team, even if its just 2-3 substitute appearance, he automatically becomes a NIGERIAN INTERNATIONAL and hence they can get a better deal and pricing.

      People like Simy, Sadiq, Kayode, Maja, Olayinka are there playing at the top level (not the one that fake lair claimed he played o) in Europe, we are still looking for space for them…..it is someone who barely scores 10 goals in the EGYPTIAN league every season against Karamu, Mahmood, Kabiru type of defenders that we must build our National team around.

       
      • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

        @Dr.Drey… Playing for Al-Ahly is no mean feat because they remain the most successful club in Africa… despite having a good league and contenders from South Africa too… To play and maintain permanence in a club like Al-Ahly is better than going to any club in Almighty Europe to sit on the bench. Even Brazilians come to North Africa to play… If Nigeria can have a league and boast of clubs like in Egypt we will not be running after every talent that pops up in any European country and setup begging to have them play for us… Ofcourse Dr. Drey can never pass a comment without insults. Fake ex-footballer, ignorance… If we throw ball for am now him no go fit trap. That’s how he lambasted Eberechi Eze yesterday needlessly comparing the young man to Iwobi only for the boy to silence him at the end of his league match versus leeds… If you never kick orange before stop bad-mouthing players because it’s not easy… Every Nigerian player doing the image of the country proud has a right to play for Super Eagles and hope for invitation… especially one endorsed by a giant like Amuneke… You keep mentioning Iheanacho and Dessers… are they doing better than the situation like Odion Ighalo finds himself at Man United? You dey glorious club but you be benchman and only plays sparingly… does that have any joy for any real hungry professional footballer? Sabi for football no be only when Europe endorse you baba! One love…

         
        • Ayphillydegreat 2 weeks ago

          JimmyBall. Al Ahly is not better than Al Nasir. I can guarantee you that Al Ahly can not beat Al Nasir if Saudi is in Africa. Egyptian league is not in any way better than the Saudi League. Top African players like Boundjar of Algeria and Owusu of Ghana play in the Saudi league and their qualities are not in doubt. You see how Saudi Arabia with about 95% of their players playing in the Saudi league defeated Egypt with Sallah, Elneny, El Momamady and co at the WorldCup in Russia?? My brother don’t waste your time with a player who can’t break into a top 30 league in Europe stuck in the Mediterranean league for the past five years. By the way how are you sure Ajayi is really 24? Lmao!!! 

           
        • Dr. Drey 1 week ago

          Throw ball give me if I nor go trap am na. You think its by coming online to tell lies about some phantom failed footballing career…? Your fallacies and off-points on this forum already gave you out a long time ago….LMAO. Of course, Brazilians come to play in north Africa, the same way Brazilians play in Nigerian league too, but we know say Brazilian pass Brazilian….lolz, the same way league pass league, so pls list just 1 out of the many of those Brazilians playing in north Africa who has ever been invited to the Selacao….Just 1. Even Egyptian players are now dumping your so-called best club in Africa for Europe. Your best club in africa that struggles to win teams from Asia and Oceania at the club world cup. Your own Mr 8th wonder of the world is stuck there at his peak and cant even guarantee 15 goals in a season but wants to use PR job to armtwist national team selectors to select him ahead of those who are banging in goals in dozens in Europe. If at the age of 24 he only averages 10 goals in all competitions per season in Egyptian league, only God knows if he will still be able to score 5 goals per season by the time he reaches Musa’s age….Lolz. Sabi for football nor be only when Europe endorse you…..why your so-called sabi for Nigeria nor fit make you pass common trials for ordinary low pedigree teams….LMAO. Comparing Eze to Iwobi was the handwork of you and your other myopic cohorts who and the same eze was just registering his 1st goal contributions of the season when Iwobi already has about 8 to his name….and na the same time the 2 of them start season o….LMAO.
          If you like give us more cooked up excuses that Junior Ajayi (a striker) cant guarantee 15 goals in a season because he is playing central defence for Al-ahly we nor dey invite am…..QED. LMAO. There are better players playing at higher levels and scoring more goals on the waiting list already. When they have had their turns we may consider Ajayi.

           
    • JimmyBall 2 weeks ago

      @OmoEsan… I commented mentioning @Dr.Drey with respectful disposition. I never insulted him, so why should he insult me? When I supported Amuneke’s opinion on Junior Ajayi… all @Dr.Drey did was to continue to mention the guy’s stats as scoring a paltry 11goals in 47 games. Junior Ajayi would have better stats if we also include assist for him certainly. Junior Ajayi plays as an AM and occasionally from Left wing too… So we must not only measure him with goals alone.

       
  • OmoEsan 2 weeks ago

    “… Hahaha. Our revered CSN chairman @Dr. Drey will not criticize this one now o… But Junior Ajayi will get the stick from him all-day.”

    @Jimmyball, I am not one that will continue to drag issues but if you say the above quote of yours is a way to address @Dr Drey with respectful disposition , then this approach leaves much to be desired.

    Whatever happens let’s sheath swords and enjoy one another in this forum.

    Best regards

     
    • Dr. Drey 1 week ago

      Hahahahahaha……I told you that cry-baby will come back crying like pikin wey dem nor share akara give…..Lolz. When he takes digs at people its feels good, when he is digged, it becomes a problem. When he throws shades its sweet to do so, when he is shaded he comes crying like some spoilt brat. He should give us records of Ajayi’s his assists na let us see if he has 14 assists in 50 games like Musa. A striker in his prime is not performing better than an ageing out and out winger but he keeps on cooking up excuses…..LMAO

       
  • Emmanuel 1 week ago

    Will really like us to stop this unnecessary comparison between our Nigerian players.You know in doing this we will expose them to unsouvery statements as we can already see above.I know you guys don’t actually mean to insult or expose this players to this kind of ridicule, but in your bid to win this arguments this things will come to fore.

    At Dr.Drey,the little I know of you u u will not speak ill of Nigeria players which I know you always stand up [email protected] you are also a great fan who stand in support of our players.But you know that if you guys continue like this you will end up destroying the very thing you stand up for,which is the player’s image.I want to respectfully admonish you guys as elder state men on this forum to shelth your sword for the sake of the player’s beauty and santity.

    Haven said that,will like to say that Hamed Musa remains one of the most dedicated Nigerian players, aside from being the best performer at international tournaments.Such players cannot be throw away just like that just because they have suddenly dip in form or not playing at the level required.I still can bet my lunch on Musa that come 2022 world cup he will score 2 goals for us.With dippest respect to the heroics of the late Rashidi Yekini, not even him as prolific as he was can boast of the records set by Musa at the world cup. Just before you say that was past records,I just bet my lunch that he will do it again in 2022 in Qatar, cos he is a big game player.

    I am sure even Ajayi will not like the comparison made with Musa cos he know say oga na master.

    Now, does the above mean that Ajayi is a bad player or cant measure up? No….Ajayi is one of the finest finishers we have out there and also one of the most consistent.The fact that Ajayi plays in Africa does not diminish his quality as not all good players will play in Europe.Abutrika became the African player of the year without playing a single minute outside Africa.

    The only hindrance Ajayi might have is that there is no one he can bench for now in the main team. His headache is not even Musa,cos they play in different possitions.While Ajayi is a classic 9.Musa is a winger who cuts in to score.The biggest headache for Ajayi are Osimen,Iheanacho Emmanuel and Onuachu.With the above names and many more am sure you know what I mean.Again,above does not mean Ajayi will not get his chance he will definitely cos he’s good, but if you understand Rohr’s style u will know that he will only invite you if you have the possibility of benching someone in the main team.

    We have too many players out there with quality,only need to keep encouraging them and not make comparison that will do them no good.Players like Musa are used as stabilizers.Just as Gouroud of France who to me should not even make the bench for the French team,but has remained ever present in the team.Guroud has been a bench warmer from his days in Arsenal and has remained so till date,but remains the first name in the French National team and the most important player in front 3 for the French team.Do you know what the French Coach has seeing in Goroud?stability and experience.

    We only need to look at issues with open mind and right there you find the answer.