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Scotland: Aribo Nets Winner As Rangers Beat Dundee Away

Scotland: Aribo Nets Winner As Rangers Beat Dundee Away

Joe Aribo was on target as Rangers earned a hard-fought 1-0 win against Dundee at Kilmac Stadium, reports Completesports.com.

The Gers moved a point clear at the top of the table following the win.


Aribo curled in a shot beyond Adam Legzdins in the 17th minute.

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James Tavernier played a pass into Alfredo Morelos, who clipped a lovely ball in behind for the Nigeria international and the midfielder steadied himself before curling a shot beyond Adam Legzdins from 12 yards out.

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Aribo has now scored two goals in seven league appearances for the Scottish Premiership champions.

His international teammate Leon Balogun was also in action for 90 minutes in the game.

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  • Aribo needs to come to the English premiership and play for a top 4 or 6 club. He seems to have outgrown rangers and needs a bigger challenge. Hope it happens soon.

  • Coache 4 weeks ago

    Rohr is destroying this talented lad. Keeps two defensive midfielders to defend even when we are leading. Always afraid of counter attack so we mostly defend with six players. No tactical flexibility to release one of Aribo or Ndidi to join the attack and track back.

    With the avalanche of striking options, see the kind of goals we are scoring. Not well worked and none from training. Not even set pieces after 5 years. No Nigerian coach would have lasted this long with this symbolic way SE play.

    Waiting for Rohr’s paid keyboard warriors to defend their paymaster. Back to sender before they start oooo.

    • Ayphillydegreat 4 weeks ago

      Both goals against Liberia were scored from set pieces. Maybe you were suffering from memory loss when both goals were scored Lmao!!! Don’t worry you will have to deal with the heartache till after the 2022 WorldCup. Lmao!! Awọn Oluya.

      • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

        Hahahahaha…the funny thing is that he calls himself “coache”….LMAOOooo.

        Obviously, this “coache” doesnt know what set pieces are….LMAOOo.
        All the ones we’ve scored in the last 5 years are piece-sets…LMAOOoo….and they weren’t practiced on the training ground….they were practiced in his family compound….LMAOOoo.

        This team that has mastered the art of counter attacking, forwards and backwards, like nursery school students mastering States & Capital Abia-Umuahia..Adamawa-Yola…etc is the team this dullard that calls himself “coache” says is afraid of counter attacks”…LMAOOOoo

  • When i read some comments here, i wonder if we are concerns of the growth of super eagles we should put sentiment outside , @coache you said it right, for me qualifying team to tournament is not new to super eagles fans, but the progression and patterned of play is what some super eagles fans are clamouring for, with the abundant talent super eagles oosing right now we should be playing some beautiful football.

    • Coache 4 weeks ago

      @Bright many thanks. When Oliseh was SE coach, he worked on Moses Simon’s freekicks and the guy delivered with a well taken free-kick against Tanzania.

      Just as you said, when last did we hear 9ja fans shouting hey, hey, hey, hi when SE plays?

      • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

        “… Oliseh was SE coach, he worked on Moses Simon’s freekicks and the guy delivered with a well taken free-kick against Tanzania…”….LMAOOo

        So why did Moses Simon’s freekick not qualify you for AFCON….LMAOoo.

        Oliseh worked on Simon’s freekicks…LMAOoo…FAT lair…LMAOoo.
        Was it Oliseh that also worked Iheanacho’s freekick that was delivered against Argentina too…? LMAOOoo
        Was it Oliseh that worked the freekicks we scored against Seychelles home and away or the one we scored against cameroon at AFCON…?
        Was it Oliseh that also developed the direct corner kicks we’ve been scoring since Rohr took over too…LMAOOooo

        Bloody Liar. I dont know who you want to fool at this time of the night…LMAOoo

        I guess you were hearing 9ja fans shouting hey, hey, hey, hi when SE plays couldnt qualify for AFCON back to back.

        “…When last did we hear 9ja fans shouting hey, hey, hey, hi when SE plays?…” LMAOooo.

        Pls go back to the state of coma you have been in for the past 5 years

    • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

      So beautiful football and not qualifying for tournaments like under your guadiolas is the “growth” you want to see…..LMAOOoo.

      Beautiful football and dropping to 70th in the world is the growth you desire…..LMAOOoo. Dont worry Rohr has less than 1 year remaining on his contract. You will see your beautiful football soon.

      At least even if you claim you are not seeing beautiful football, you cant deny the fact that you are not seeing heart attack football and you dont watch matches with calculators beside you. Neither can you deny the fact that its been long you heard anyone refer to our national team as “Super Chickens”

      That is the shame Rohr has washed off our bodies in this last 5 years. We now watch SE play, with barbecue to our right and a chilled bottle of dry cider to our left.

      Even a draw now feels like a loss nowadays….LMAOOo…thanks to Rohr who is doing what you Guadiolas failed woefully at….LMAOoo

      Awon Oluya….apologiyes to AYphilly. They have run out of lies to crucify Rohr with…it is now “Beuatiful football” and ” Hee, hee hii,hey, hey, hey, hi haa” (like monkeys) that is now their new mourning song….LMAOoo

      • Ayphillydegreat 4 weeks ago

        Don’t mind him. He must be suffering from Alzheimer all this while we’ve been scoring goals from set pieces. SuperEagles first goal under Rohr was scored from set pieces. Maybe he’s just been sarcastic or seriously high on some cheap shit. Lmao!!

  • @ Dr. Drey, i am not saying that Rohr has not done well, but what i am saying with other super eagles fans is that it’s long enough, that by now super eagles should’ve been playing some confident offensive football and patterned, cuz right now i am not hiding to say it that super eagles can’t defect the likes of Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia, etc.

    • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

      You want to play “confident offensive football and patterned” when the team keeps getting pressured to be chopped and changed..? Today iheanacho is partnering Osimhen in attack, tomorrow he is partnering Onuachu, next week he is partnering Moffi, the other day it will be Ahmed Musa. Same at the wings…same at the middle. Every jack and harry that hits the crossbar in Europe must be called up by fire by thunder. Homebased players too must get 4 slots in the SE…yet you all want “free flowing, patterned football. I cant even count 5 straight matches when the SE had any or all of the same starting XI, the same front 4 or the same strike partnership

      Algeria has been using virtually their AFCON winning squad to prosecute every match since then, including friendlies…I am not Algerian but I can name the Algerian national team’s starting XI by heart on first name basis. That is how consistent they have remained, bar one or two occasional changes. Algeria were to play Djibouti and they lined up all of Mbohli, Mandi, Bensabaini, Guediora, Fegholi, Mahrez, Belaili, Slimani etc. Let SE want to play Djiboti tomorrow, CSN part-time staff will ask why Rohr needs to call up all our europe based footbalers to play djibouti, that homebased are super talented enough. Meanwhile the Algeria league is far stronger and better than ours o……yet Algeria will call up all its foreign-based, foreign-born stars to play djibouti.

      Senegal, they haven’t been performing any better than us in the last 2 years, neither are they playing any discernable brand or pattern of football. They’ve been recording almost similar results to the ones we too are recording, despite having a longer serving coach and the BEST AFRICAN players in Europe…far better quality in all departments than us….they also struggled to a home-draw vs a minnow like Eswatini and infact needed a 91st minute goal to draw Eswatini on home soil. I can bet Senegal wouldnt defeat Cape Verde in Praia without 9 of their consistent starters….I can say that boldly because I watch them on matchdays too.

      Tunisia too isnt doing any better than us at the moment, they aren’t playing tiki-taka either. We played them in friendlies without the full complement of our squad and they didnt overrun not outplay us.

      Lastly and most importantly, NONE OF THESE TEAMS ABOVE ARE OWED 2 YEARS BONUSES, NOR THEIR COACHES OWEND 7 MONTHS PLUS OF SALARIES. We should be even grateful players are honoring callups in the first place before requesting for “confident offensive football and patterned”. If it is you they are owing for 2 years, would you be tiki-taka-ing your way to goal in every game, when the same FA officials who have refused to pay you are feeding fat, flying private jests and business class all over the place while you are cramped in economy or in speed boats…??? To whom much is given only can much be expected from. I can bet with you, previous SE teams would fail to qualify for even 4 nations invitational tournament if they are owe bonuses for as much as 2 years. But under the same circumstances, this same much vilified Rohr has led this team to 2022 AFCON with TWO SOLID games to spare…something that has never happened in Nigerian football history. A team that doesnt play “confident offensive football and patterned” qualified for AFCON with 2 games to spare, a 7pt lead and 14 goals in 6 games despite being owed bonuses ALL THE WAY. Please kindly rethink the meaning of your “confident offensive football and patterned” phrase again….LMAOooo

      Nowadays, Rohr dares not play a consistent team for 2 games in a row, loud-mouthed and “most in-form” ignorant critics together with their hunger-blinded ex-internationals will claim he doesnt create competition in the team. Imagine if he had dropped Osimhen for Awoniyi during the last window simply because Awoniyi had 2 good weeks of football, the latter would have come in and start learning how to play with the team and the team learning how to play with him afresh. Then this coming window having not scored since the last, he gets dropped for another striker and then the learning cycle will continue. Please how then do you expect the team to gel and build a pattern with such never-ending chopping, changing and clamour for every jack and harry that has a good week in Europe to be called up all in the name of ‘creating competition”

      I dont know what you mean by “confident offensive football and patterned”. The last time I checked, Rohr’s team has a pattern…from its unique starting formation to its patience in transition and high-speed counter attacking style of play. The team has be averaging about 2.25 goals per game in its last 8 competitive games…..if that isnt attacking football, I wonder what is. A team that isnt playing confident offensive, patterned football football cant be qualifying for tournaments with games to spare 4 consecutive times in a row. The matches we have lost in recent times are in inconsequential friendlies matches used in trying out new combinations and partnerships, even at that, they were with the narrowest of margins with almost nothing to separate both teams. We weren’t steamrolled in any of the games and none of our opponents would claim the picture of an easy-ride against us that you are trying to paint.

      Why not wait till we meet Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia etc in competitive games, with FULL CUSTODY of our squad, a highly motivated squad with zero kobo owed and one that has had a good run of consistency together, before concluding we CANNOT defeat them. You talk as if we’ve not or have NEVER defeated them before even under this same coach. I am also not hiding to say it too that Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia cannot go to sleep if they want to play us too…and that’s a fact. They cant also claim victory against us is a foregone conclusion if we are pitted against them. They will have sleepless nights preparing to face us too. They are also warry of us as we are warry of them. Its called mutual respect.

      Unlike the days of Super Chickens and African guadiolas when the likes of Uganda, Tanzania and Swaziland were difficult for us to defeat. The fact that you have even raised the bar now to Algeria, Senegal and Tunisia (the top 3 on the continent) shows how far we have grown and still growing. The last time I checked, it wasnt Algeria, Senegal and Tunisia that stopped us from playing at 3 out of 4 AFCONs in a row when we were supposedly playing “confident offensive football and patterned”.

      Like I’ve said before, just keep persevering, dont worry Rohr has less than 1 year remaining on his contract. You will see your beautiful football soon. By then, it is not only Algeria, Senegal, Tunisia we will be steam rolling, even Brazil, Argentina, Germany and France will have no hiding place when Rohr has finally left.

      Sincerely I cant wait for the post-gernot rohr era in the SE to come quickly….LMAOOoo. I want to see all these mirages most of you are having now coming to life.

      At least one of the sycophants who always illogically compares Waldrum with Rohr is already running scared that the Falcons MAY NOT QUALIFY FOR ORDINARY AWCON now…..LMAOOooo…after previously always telling us how Waldrum was 10 times better than Rohr….LMAOooo.

      • Coachie 4 weeks ago

        Kudos bruv, i love every fabric of this reply.The truth is always very bitter. More grace brotherly

  • xhuxhu 4 weeks ago

    Based on current form, My Super Eagles call up for the October games will have 26 players and 4 on stand-bye
    GOALKEEPERS- Maduka, Uzoho, Osigwe.
    DEFENDERS- Ekong, Balogun, Awaziem, Omeruo, Aina, Ebuehi, Collins, Sanusi.
    MIDFIELDERS-Ndidi,Onyeka,Aribo,Iwobi,Etebo,Bonke, Ejaria(Assuming his international switch has been approved)
    ATTACKERS-Osimhen,Iheanacho,Onuachu, Moffi, Dessers, Ejuke, Simon, Sadiq
    STAND-BY- Akpeyi, Shehu Abdullahi, Musa, Michael.

  • Coache 4 weeks ago

    All you same set of Progressives from The days of kickoff Nigeria and Keshi suppoters you can never EVER BULLY SOMEONE LIKE ME. @deo,@Dr Drey @Ayphily etc, I know you guys too well to be bullied. These guys are so oiled that even with the way Buhari is mis-ruling Nigeria, once you grease their palms they will be singing Buhari is the best

    @Omo9ja let’s keep the spirit up