U-20 WW/Cup: Ajibade’s Goal Ousts Haiti, Revives Falconets’ Q-Finals Hopes

U-20 WW/Cup: Ajibade’s Goal Ousts Haiti, Revives Falconets’ Q-Finals Hopes

By Adeboye Amosu:

The Super Falconets revived their hopes of making it to the knockout stages at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup with a hard-fought 1-0 win against Haiti in their Group D encounter on Thursday, at the Stade de Marville, Saint Malo, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Chris Danjuma’s ladies lost 1-0 to Germany in their first game in the competition on Monday.

Talented forward, Rasheedat Ajibade scored the winning goal from the spot in the 36th minute.

Haiti dominated the game and were frustrated by a number good goalkeeping by Chiamaka Nnadozie.

They moved from last to second position in the group and will need just a point from their last game against China on Monday to qualify for the quater-final.

Germany beat China 2-,0 in the other Group D game earlier on Thursday.

Spain defeated Japan 1-0 in a Group C encounter also on Thursday.

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COMMENTS

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  • ako amadi 2 weeks ago

    Are these the women they call the Falconets? I’ve never seen a soccer team in the colours of Nigeria perform so poorly. The only shot at their opponent’s goal was the penalty they scored. I really wonder what could be wrong.

  • What a pyrrhic victory! Seriously, no one should be celebrating this 1-0 PENALTY win. Rather, it should get people worried.The game just soured my mind. No possession, no shot on goal, no fluidity, no intelligent play from anyone. Just kick out of the 18. The coach is not good enough!

    Like, is this a Nigerian team? The Haitian girls (abi, did we play Brazil?) just exposed the Nigerian coach as lacking depth, having no tactical gameplan and not studying his opponents before the match. No wonders he resorts to micro-managing the girls on the field of play because there was no real coaching before the game.

    In contrast, just see as the super pretty Haitian babes (oh boy! See pure jollof rice beauty! I trip tire. I no know which one I go choose sef) making smooth interplay and doing chess with our girls, running rings around them. The Haitians were not just very clinical in the 18 yard box.

    Thank God for the young Nigerian goalkeeper; otherwise, honestly speaking, those girls don’t deserve the victory. As much as I hate to admit it, sooner than later, this Nigerian team will be knocked out. They are a poor advertisement of Nigerian football, just like the Enyimba and Rivers United of today in CAF Competitions. #FACT.

    • Female football should not be watched with any sexual undertone.
      Their beauty matters less, if all. The ladies are athletes (professional sports people) and should only be viewed as such.
      Thank you.

      • Lol. You just have to say something to come off to yourself as “smart” and “professional.” I guess people who marry sports people viewed them purely as “athletes,”objects,” or “robots” with no physical attraction, personality appeal or whatsoever.

        All of that aside, the joke is on you if you couldn’t figure out immediately I was simply trying to be jocular (I’m sure the other guys here knew it already). You have no idea who you’re trying to “school.” It’s literary effect. Just trying to add a dash of human to the conversation/forum here, ok? Occasionally, using pidgin, a bit of our local language or making funny side comments.

        Do you understand now?

        • *…a dash of humour” (not “human”). Correction up there

        • ako amadi 2 weeks ago

          Actually if you know the history of sports and physical education the human body and anatomy have always played a central role of admiration and value. Let us not bring what you describe as “sex” into play and start unnecessary moralizing. Many girls admire Christiano Ronaldo, and I don’t see anything wrong with men admiring the physique of female athletes from TV footage

          • Thank you, Amadi. I never mentioned “sex” anywhere. Just echoing general comments my friends and I made and laughed about while watching the match. At the risk of sounding like blowing one’s trumpet, we’re all decent guys.

            These girls are in Haiti, I’m in Nigeria (Don’t worry, I wont travel to France to kidnap any of them). I’ve seen comments on popular Nigerian blogs where a few women drool about some actors and footballers. People just gloss over and laugh. That has always been the purpose of such passing comments.

            I am married, and not randy. no girlfriend, and happy. Yet I’ve seen other beautiful women too. I have a girl. If she comes of age and a mature, responsible guy admire her, I won’t necessarily be mad. I would only play my role of guidance and protection.

            Sura, I’m not a coach or sport administrator either. I know the job descriptions. I’m a fan and I think I can do with just a little laxity. I can criticize or praise, but as an admin or athlete, I may always have to sit on the fence in my views/press interviews. Every job/role has a personality expectation and you have to adapt to it when you’re saddled with it. I think most people know that.

            So, stop throwing mud on a wall that won’t stick (just reacting to your “explanations” below). Enough said, I won’t respond to you again except I’m really forced to.

  • Chima E Samuels 2 weeks ago

    For the first time we admitted wrong play. The Haitian girls were just unlucky and I feel falconets had an off day or maybe the Nigerian economy is also eating deep into our national teams as at the moment everything about Nigeria is upside down. I hope they’ll comeback stronger

  • Congratulations to our girls for grinding out a result from a match in which their overall performance – in truth – may have left a lot to be desired.

    Statistics don’t lie: 47% possession against Haiti’s 53% and 8 attempts at goal against Haiti’s 13 attempts point to a Falconet team that requires massive improvements to their performance.

    That said, a win is a win and the piece of statistics that matters ultimately is the scoreline:

    Nigeria 1:0 Haiti .

    • Ikeben 2 weeks ago

      Thanks Deo for your professional analysis.
      Nigerians don’t cease to amaze me, when loose, we complain and criticize, when we win, we also complain and criticize. What of Ghana that has lost 2 matches and conceded 8 goals in 2games. At least we are second on the table that includes Germany and China. 3 points and nil GD is not bad. So all we need is to avoid defeat against China to get to the quarter final.

      That said, I expect the Falconets to step up their game and put on their goal scoring form and cruise to the quarter final. Go Falconets.

  • Sorry to say but is it me or is it that our ladies look more of u-30s. Am not sure that MRI test they conduct to check their age is working. 

  • My people, that’s exactly what you get when you hire a traffic warden to manage a football team instead of a coach. PATHETIC!!!

  • Greenturf 2 weeks ago

    I saw 15 minutes of the game and saw enough had to shut down my laptop.
    The falconets were terrible and uninspiring.They resulted to kicking the ball in the air.No flair,fluidity and panache.They struggled to contain the Haitians who were physically imposing.
    Having said that,you have to give it to them for coming through unscathed.
    Meanwhile,I hope it is not a repeat of the world cup where we lost our first match won the second and lost the third I just hope not haha.
    God bless Nigeria

  • Ako Amadi, even I too admire Christiano Ronaldo and I am a man. Footballers like Ronaldo, Beckham, freddie ljungberg, Hidetoshi Nakata have (or had) sexual appeals and personas totally removed and separate from their sporting aspects.

    Footballers are human beings too and they also have their “social sides” which, when discussed in social aspects and discourse, it can be acceptable to perhaps say the following :

    -Ronaldo is attractive.
    -Iheanacho has a beautiful girlfriend.

    However in a pure “football analysis” , to make the kind of ‘sexually patronising’ comments that your comrade Kel made above, and I quote :”just see as the super pretty Haitian babes (oh boy! See pure jollof rice beauty! I trip tire. I no know which one I go choose sef)”, IS TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE.

    If you have a daughter who is a sports person , you would like her to be appraised for her sports (in a sports analysis) and admired for her beauty (in a more appropriate social context).

    I don’t expect everyone to agree with my position on this matter because our views are shaped and based on how the society we live is shaped and I live where women have a lot of rights and respect.

    Kel can spend between now and eternity to highlight his education and intelligence credentials.

    The truth is, if he made those kind of comments in mainstream media in a western society, it will generate a huge backlash – trust me on that.

    But for our dear Nigeria, I guess anything goes……

    • Also, Ako Amadi, he said he was being jocular. Be that as it may, however, one would expect a man of his timber and calibre with an eloquent background to know that there can be ‘appropriate and inappropriate jokes’ determined by the context of the humour.
      Thank you.

  • Dude, Mr Kel. I couldn’t care less whether or not you respond to my post.

    Your comments and the contexts in which they were made were wholly unacceptable and would quite be righly viewed as such in certain quarters.

    It is quite impressive how your second response displayed the kind of humility sourly missing in your arrogant and slightly rude initial response.

    For a family man with a daughter, a close analysis of your ‘review of the Falconets match’ only goes to demonstrate that you need to elevate your thought-process.

    The first thing a father should teach a child is the “R” word: responsibility.

    In your “laxity” according to you, you displayed very poor judgement and lack of awareness of contemporary issues facing women glabally.

    In your responses, you failed to take “responsibility” for your actions and to learn from it.

    Instead, you are displaying your educational, and family credentials which your words, actions and reactions entirely contradicts.

    • ako amadi 2 weeks ago

      Sura the Tailor and Kel, I see the whole “storm in a tea cup” is getting too far and becoming personalized. Family values and so on are thrown in the mix. We need a little bit more respect for each other, and social media expressions are not always a correct portrayal of people. I thought it was wrong and silly to slant Kel’s view and give it a sexual slant in a public domain.

  • But you didn’t think that making inappropriate remarks is wrong and silly mr Ako Amadi.

    Birds of the same feathers invariably flock together.

    • ako amadi 1 week ago

      I hope the home training you don’t have from your parents is not transferred to your children

      • I hope the curses that you inherited from your ancestors are not passed to your future generations

        • Sura, just shut up and sit down. I can picture yoru age and type of person from your childish drivels. What are you on about!? Stop making yourself look stupider and stupider with your mumbo jumbos, baderdash and claptraps. No one is clapping for you. Stop it! You’re trying too hard. Just drop it.

          I came here 2 hours after and you’re still squeaking about an empty point and looking for someone to tag along with you. Chairmanfemi(and the rest) are making their own independent contributions, without trying to shoot anyone down. Nobody is paying attention to your comments. They’re obviously puerile!

          • Oakfield 1 week ago

            I wonder what he is looking for. I just don’t get his point, he’s just looking for attention. Smh

        • Fool, if you have something intelligent to say, please do, if not, then you shut up!

          The term stupidity and and everything that comes out of your dirty stinking male-egotistic mouth are not mutually exclusive.

          • You see why you should behave yourself and don’t become too presumptuous in a faceless forum? Everyone is anonymous and you have no idea if you were even trying to insult your class lecturer (I suspect you’re a student).

            Your tenses are starting to get disjointed, you’re just cobbling adjectives together in a clumsy way and resorting to throwing invective.

            These are clear signs of someone who has reached the limits of his cerebral capacity that he was initially so trying to exhibit to the audience. Go through my posts and fish out anywhere I used the terms “fool”, and yet I’m sure you understood without trying too hard.

            By the way, what is the meaning of “mutually exclusive” in this context? Ever heard of contextual terms?

          • Oakfield 1 week ago

            ….you’re really nuts…. Chai.. Lol…smh
            ..you’re just very sick. Take your pills, biko.

  • Chairmanfemi 2 weeks ago

    I must confess that the girls played an awful game and had to result into Defending almost all through the game. What I noticed from the two games they played so far was that the girls are very good at defending and should please apply the same tactics if they see that they are being outplayed by China in the next match. Kudos to our Goal-Keeper.
    I made mention of this particular jersey favouring Nigeria and the other dark one giving us bad luck and some people here thought I was joking. Well, we can all see for ourselves now. And I can bet it that if the girls wear that Dark-green jersey in the next match against China, They’ll loose and Crash out.

    • Greenturf 1 week ago

      @ Chairman Feminine,it happened in the world cup with similar sequence in this youth world cup.Hmmm I hope it’s not the case this time around don’t want to be superstitious ha ha.

      • Greenturf 1 week ago

        Oops!sorry lad rather “femi” this auto correct can get someone into trouble ha.

    • Awww Greenturf my m8. Don’t tell me that you too are starting to subscribe to this jersey-jinx mombo jombo!
      Chairman of Oshodi-Isolo local government may have cast his spell on you ……

      • Chairmanfemi 1 week ago

        Ashy, it a true fact and I can prove it if you want me to.

  • Thanks Chairmanfemi.
    Now, that is how you review a match.
    Thank you so much Chairmanfemi for the “gender-neutral” approach to your analysis.

    Some Family-men can scarcely resist the temptations of seeing the “jollof-rice” attractive attributes of the sports women that they appraise.

    Then their jolly-good fellows jump to their defence. The blind leading the blind.

    Little wonder why women’s rights in Nigeria are in the gutters.

    • You can’t tell people how to “review a match.” You’re too childish and full of yourself. Who made you the moderator of comments here? You don’t think CS has someone assigned to that role who will not publish comments that break the company’s comment rules?

      You know I said I was not going to answer you any longer except I’m forced to. Now, you have forced me and I’m so super ready for you today and tomorrow until you actually become the one to stop!

      Wisdom tells me that sometimes you ignore unlearned people sometimes so people don’t confuse you with them. And sometimes, you answer them so they don’t become arrogant in their own conceit. I won’t let you get away with your foolish pride so you don’t go away repeating it and thinking you were right.

      NOW, BRING IT ON! #Waiting…. You’ve crossed the line, boy! What insolence!

  • Ayphillydegreat 1 week ago

    The Falconets are very solid in defense and oh boy! Chiamaka Nnadozie is a wonderful goalkeeper. I see her becoming the Falcons goalie in the near future. However, they need to step up their cohesion in the middle and the final third. I wish them all the best. Go SuperFalconets!!!!

  • When you try to engage them in a lively debate that they instigate, they resort to cheap insults which does more than anything to highlight the limits of their intelligence.

    Ako Amadi, say this to yourself every morning: ‘head is for thinking, feet for dancing’.

    I have no issues to pass to my kids, the same sadly cannot be said of you.

    • Stop trying to hide being the mask of women’s right to spew display your intolerance and immaturity and blab on and on about an empty point. Have you convicted anyone of rape or pedophilia here? You think you know more about gender rights more than people here. You trying to sermonize pretentiously is disgusting!

      Where do you work (I bet you’re a kid or student)? What do you do? How are you a champion of women’s right? How many people have you arrested? When are you charging me to court? What are you going to tell the judge or magistrate? Have you even been in a rights group meeting before or attended a court session? I have females I manage in my life and they enjoy utmost respect. How many have you managed? Yeye dey smell!

      I will finish you off today!!

      • Although there are no meaningful points for me to respond to here as well, I will actually sink to your gutter level and respond in numerical order.

        1. I haven’t convicted anyone of rape and pedofilia because and not a judge.

        2. No I don’t think I know more about women’s rights than anyone in this forum.

        3. I work as an Administrative Staff in a public organisation in Europe, England to be precise. I left University in Nigeria in 2002.

        4. I haven’t been to any rights group before.

        5. I have managed and continue to manage female members of staff.
        Thanks

  • Oh I am shaking already! ‘You will finish me off today’.

    Empty barrels that make the most noise.

    Your inability to hold, sustain and maintain a healthy debate has just revealed itself in the rants of a madman that you are voicing.

    Dude, it is not too late to stir this conversation back to normalcy where I will floor you effortlessly.

    You are too dumb, too thick and too hopeless and you know the sad part? You don’t even know it.

    Let’s stop all this nonesence you started and have a healthy debate in which you are destined to lose.

    • My friend, I’m the one that will mercilessly floor and pummel you to stupor until you’re gasping for breathe. The signs are all over the place! Answer the posers I raised in the preceding comment? How many females do you currently manage (since you’re trying to masquerade as a champion of women’s right and paint me as a pedophile so you can make your flaccid points)? How old are you, kid?

  • Kel, please don’t be too upset. It is not me, but you ignorance and lack of exposure are what have found you out. Direct your anger at the man in your mirror.

    I started all of this and I have to take responsibility for that.

    I started when I responded to your inappropriately placed comments that will be frowned upon where I live and in places I have visited.

    If you would like to engage me in that “normal” conversation, then I have your time all day and all night.

    If however you want to trade insults, I will run out of steam very quickly I have to admit. This is because I can sustain a healthy debate. But injudicious conversations with riff-raffs like you is something I can neither maintain nor sustain for too long.

    So, to summarise, navigate this conversation back to normalcy, then I have your time, continue to show yourself for the insolent fool that you are, then you are on your own.

    The choice is yours.

    • So, where exactly are the places you referred to as “where I live and I have visited”? What is “normal” conversation to you, since you have arrogated CS forum moderator to yourself? Perhaps you should submit a template that looks good to you to CS so they can impose on all of so to please your presumptuous self and unnecessarily implying what was not expressly stated.

      You keep slinging mud here and there, most of them actually splashing on your image here and struggling to string together sensible tenses. Just to mention a few (that you won’t find in my expressions), you’ve carelessly thrown around words like “fool,” “riff-raff”” and “stinking mouth” which in fact are a reflection of your level of maturity, exposure and values.

      But all those are dross and chaff. back to my question: “How many females do you currently manage (since you’re trying to masquerade as a champion of women’s right and paint me as a pedophile so you can make your flaccid points)? How old are you, kid?”

      And, oh yes, name that “exotic” place you have “lived and visited” that’s presumably so high above us.

      Stop dodging the question. ANSWER IT OR KEEP SHUT, BOY!

  • Female players are pretty, if you excuse me for saying so, and they already have some different rules to men – such as playing with a lighter ball.” :Sepp Blatter

    “Now the women are getting more beautiful, putting on make-up. They go in the field in an elegant manner. Women’s football used to copy men’s football”: Marco Aurelio Cunha, the head of co-ordination for women’s football in Brazil.

    Kel, the statements (not totally dissimilar to yours in nature) above were frowned upon ‘by sections of the public’, I repeat “SECTIONS OF THE PUBLIC” when they were made. They were seen as wholly unacceptable and roundly condemned in mainstream media.

    All I said to you in my initial very brief response was to try to bring you in line with the fact that not everyone will find your flippant humour amusing. I said it before, I don’t expect a lot of people to see where I am coming from but there is that temptation to see the “beautiful” side of women when they are playing football and we have to work to stamp that out.

    My message is not everyone’s cup of tea, I know that, but you have to be mindful that the readership of this website cuts across the globe and what you might find totally harmless in Nigeria can be frowned upon elsewhere.

    If you lack the mental capacity to comprehend my points and persist in your madness, like I said earlier, you are on your own.

    Call me when you have a normal thing to say and I will quite happily engage with you.

    Note: I have the fortitude to entertain and respond to your lunacy, but only to a point.

    • You simply lack maturity. Just scanning your latest rant and saw you were talking about engaging you and in the same breathe implied “lunacy.” (You said: “Note: I have the fortitude to entertain and respond to your lunacy, but only to a point.”). You’re just a kind looking for attention. If you could read very well, I addressed this other featherweight point you raised here. That people criticize doesn’t mean they’re right. I am not Sepp Blatter. I am a private citizen.

      Scroll up and you will see where I wrote:

      “Sura, I’m not a coach or sport administrator either. I know the job descriptions. I’m a fan and I think I can do with just a little laxity. I can criticize or praise, but as an admin or athlete, I may always have to sit on the fence in my views/press interviews. Every job/role has a personality expectation and you have to adapt to it when you’re saddled with it. I think most people know that.”

      Always pay attention to details.

      By the way, what do you say to female fans and bloggers who drool about Ronaldo, Jordi Alba and Brad Spitt? Do you scold them? You should try writing a press release about it too and publishing in New York Times. Or your vituperation is to men only? Do you see your true hypocritical self in the mirror now?

  • Kel, you are just angry because you have met your match. Like I said, I actually want to have a normal conversation with you.

    Should you However persist in your madness, I will engage you, but only to a point.

    I have bags of endless energy for normal conversations, less so for lunatics.

    You have asked questions, and I have amswered, now answer my questions which will come shortly.

    • Lol. He’s the accuser, lawyer and judge at once. I’m not your mate, let alone talking about being a match.

      ANSWER THIS QUESTION OR SEAL UP YOUR LIPS!

      “How many females do you currently manage (since you’re trying to masquerade as a champion of women’s right and paint me as a pedophile so you can make your flaccid points)? How old are you, kid?”

      And, oh yes, name that “exotic” place you have “lived and visited” that’s presumably so high above us.

      Stop dodging the question. ANSWER IT OR KEEP SHUT, BOY!

  • 1. Why did you make this statement to my initial post to you: “Lol. You just have to say something to come off to yourself as “smart” and “professional.”
    Don’t you think that was totally unnecessary and slightly rude?

    2. I don’t live in Nigeria anymore so please educate me, are statements like these that you made whilst analysing female football universally acceptable : “just see as the super pretty Haitian babes (oh boy! See pure jollof rice beauty! I trip tire. I no know which one I go choose sef)”?

    I know it is political-correctness gone crazy but where I am, the term jollof-rice beauty could almost (I said almost) be construed as a racist statement.

    I guess in Naija, anything goes and I may just be wasting my time in trying to get through to you.

    • My dear, a little crash course 101 in public communication (also very relevant to public administration duties):

      The statement below from you is a talking down on, a pontificating, moralizing to a subordinate…

      “Female football should not be watched with any sexual undertone.
      Their beauty matters less, if all. The ladies are athletes (professional sports people) and should only be viewed as such.
      Thank you.”

      There are better, more intelligent ways to say the same thing, which is why I said you’re simply immature and letting the “I live in England” fantasy fill your head with air. It is not just what you say that is important, how you say it is even more important.

      There are more mature ways to express your opinions (which I don’t have to agree with and you shouldn’t be forcing down on anyone because of “where I live or places I’ve visited). But I’m not gonna teach you.

      • You have no point and you are making no sense. All your assumptions and presumptions about me were wrong.

        A family man who doesn’t lead by example is useless.

      • Well, you first said you live in Nigeria without me asking. You ask me a question and I answer then inferiority complex sets in.
        I said it once and I will say it again. You are a fool and a poor role-model to fathers.

        Stupid idiot.

  • Although there are no meaningfuloints for me to respond to here as well, I will actually sink to your gutter level and respond in numerical order.

    1. I haven’t convicted anyone of rape and pedofilia because and not a judge.

    2. No I don’t think I know more about women’s rights than anyone in this forum.

    3. I work as an Administrative Staff in a public organisation in Europe, England to be precise. I left University in Nigeria in 2002.

    4. I haven’t been to any rights group before.

    5. I have managed and continue to manage female members of staff.
    Thanks

    – answers to your questions supplied in an earlier post

    Now please answer mine.

    • I think that you said you live and work in England has filled your head with a cloud of self-importance and sophistication. So typical! That’s the syndrome that infected you in this case. I can see you’ve directly and indirectly implied it here and there. Do you know where everyone here works? Who they engage with on a daily basis and in the line of their work?

      Some of us here work directly with Britons and Americans and other foreigners. Be humble (that’s since that’s a basis of arrogance for you — which shouldn’t be really cos it’s not a big deal). You’re an admin officer; do you know what level other people work?

      • Hopeless idiot, admin officer is actually a very low calibre role. I have nothing to brag about.
        Living in UK means nothing to me in the context showing off.

        You asked a question, I answered. I couldn’t give a shit where you live or what you do, means nothing to me.

        Your statement was stupid and so are you.

  • I just saw your answers below:

    QUOTE:

    “Although there are no meaningful points for me to respond to here as well, I will actually sink to your gutter level and respond in numerical order.

    1. I haven’t convicted anyone of rape and pedofilia because and not a judge.

    2. No I don’t think I know more about women’s rights than anyone in this forum.

    3. I work as an Administrative Staff in a public organisation in Europe, England to be precise. I left University in Nigeria in 2002.

    4. I haven’t been to any rights group before.

    5. I have managed and continue to manage female members of staff.
    Thanks”

    END OF QUOTE.

    See, no point continuing this with you. One day, you’ll grow older, then look back and think you should have handled this differently. You’re so disrespectful to people you don’t see. Pathetic for an admin officer! You need some retraining. How do you address issues and people that are a little alien to you? SMH.

    • As a family man with ‘decent friends’ maybe one day a child will point to you that you were stupid in the way you handled this matter.
      Fool

      • “So disrespectful to people you don’t see” that coming from a poor role-model like you.
        You thought I was a student abi?
        You got all your assumptions wrong and like I said, I now have ypur time and all gloves are off.
        Intolerance fool

    • Idiot sees no point in continuing, i thought you would finish me up today, who has finished who?

      Gutless idiot. this is only the beginning. i will be here waiting for you. Waste of fucking space. You start the war i finish it. Buffoon gutless gutter pie slinger

  • I simply lack maturity. This is coming from a useless father who has nothing better to do with his life than teach his daughter how to trade blows on the internet.

    This is the quality time you are expected to be spending with your family, yet you lead by example by displaying to the whole world: ‘How not to be a father in modern day Nigeria’.

    I try not to boast but I am compelled to. Yes, I have been to many exoti places, more than you will ever visit in your pathetic excuse of a life.

    You stupid idiot, a wretched excuse of a man.

  • NOW I HAVE YOUR TIME O AND ALL GLOVES ARE OFF…

    ALL GLOVES ARE OFF.

  • Since you have run away, I declare myself the winner of this contest.

    Good night.

  • LOOOOOL. Hahahahahahaha. . Laff wan tear my belle. No longer replying you dude, or else I would be sounding like you. I think I’ve made my point. You can curse all you want or roll out any other “credentials” to whom may care. Big LOOOOL.

  • Kai, Iheanacho almost scared against Manchester United and I am wasting my time with this yeye person…. Good night bo.

    • Oakfield 1 week ago

      I think say u no dy tire, why u dy go sleep??? Lol…. No, continue ranting and wasting your data. Don’t sleep abeg, you really need to win this battle. Lol… Got some useless dudes here with no single point to prove…

  • My guy Mr Kel, it is almost half time in Iheanacho’s game. Do you have 15 minutes to burn?

  • Na inferiority complex go break haunt you all night in your sleep you stupid idiot.
    Come and face me now if you dare. Male-chauvinistic pig. Abi have you run out of data?
    I dey here for you kampe.

  • Oakfield 1 week ago

    …did I ask u if u were using wifi or not???? Continue exposing ur empty head. Olodo raise to power7….lol

  • Oviman 1 week ago

    Please, it’s enough guys. It’s high time someone stopped all these nonsense in maturity because two wrongs don’t make a right. This is a global platform and the way we handle issues speaks volumes of our personalities, breeding and mental state.

  • Bishopprince 1 week ago

    was this an analysis of the match between falconets and Haiti or Sura Vs Kel? you have all made your points from different points of view. none of you is absolutely right or wrong. Soccer is a game that promotes friendship a lot and i believe followers of the game should exhibit same attitude. Pls you guyz should cease fire abeg!!!

  • Oakfield 1 week ago

    Sura the tailor has been misfiring since like 1956 oshodi danfo bus. …..I wonder the kine tailor wey him be… Lol

    • Just shut up, fool. You and your Kel are hopeless bastards who belong in the stone ages.
      I guess like you he beats his wife and daughter silly. Useless men who live in the dark ages.
      After dealing with him silly, the wife beater ran away.
      Family man, family man who does not lead by example.

  • Oakfield 1 week ago

    You are just very sick.. Olodo… Lol…. Good morning to u, hope u managed to get some sleep last night…. Continue from where u stopped today, ewu

    • Just shut up, mr follow-follow, i am wasting my time with you. It is your master Kel that I want.

      • Haven’t you disgraced yourself enough, this lad called Sura? Already, I know no one will take you serious again or read your comments on any other stories on this CS (except you change your name). Just throwing insults and tantrums and shooting blunders everywhere like a 3 year-old girl that they took her candy from.

        Everyone that had your time and corrected you cannot be wrong and only you and your mindless ravings right, abi?

        Mheen, don’t you have people close by to advise you? If you really manage people (females especially), you won’t say half of all your misdirected invectives as life would have taught you to talk less and be more moderate in your speeches. Funny enough, if you left uni in 2002, you’re not even a kid. That makes even more pitiable.

        I know my e-punches have done and are doing you “strong thing” (pumelling you to stupor until you’re almost passing out). That’s why you’re mad. Yet, I’m calm and not hurling insults and saying “fool” “fool” in every comment like you. (I know you’ll say cos you have nothing else and I’m just laughing so hard here).

        But please look beyond that, pick the lessons and move on. Biko, ejoo, Don Allah.

        Morning Oakfield jare, don’t mind the guy. Morning Bishopprince and Oviman. Thanks guys.

        • Oakfield 1 week ago

          That guy or alien called sura is very sick to his bones… …to bad for a father

  • After cheating on your wife all night you now have the audacity to come back here you gutless gutter swine.
    I know the job description and I don’t even want anybody to read my post.
    Now that you know a bit about me you run away
    Useless family man and hopeless idiot of man.
    You think I am looking for followerhip or readership from female molesters like you, heaven forbid.
    So I am the one making a fool of myself yet it takes 2 to tango.
    Me I care less what swines like you or anyone else think about me.
    I will expose you for the Giwa-loving cattle rearing lunatic that you are.

    Hopeless bastard. I have your time all day today.

  • Profile:

    MR Kel: family man with a daughter.

    Famous Quotes of Mr Perfect (Kel):

    1)Stop dodging the question. ANSWER IT OR KEEP SHUT, BOY!

    *As you can see, I am not your boy*.

    2) There are better, more intelligent ways to say the same thing.

    *You choose to insult me indirectly, I choose to insult you directly, I don’t take crap from idiots like you*

    3)How old are you, kid?

    * I am not your kid, your daughter is*

    4). How many have you managed? Yeye dey smell!

    I will finish you off today!!

    * Kel, that was actually a criminal threat. But, just like your views about women, anything goes*

    5) Sura, just shut up and sit down. I can picture

    * Kel,You may tell your daughter and wife to shut up, but you cannot say that in public if when you people react to your racist and gender-in sensitive statement.*

    6)“just see as the super pretty Haitian babes (oh boy! See pure jollof rice beauty! I trip tire. I no know which one I go choose sef)

    *Kel the above statement by you can be seen as racist and misogynistic*

    • Kel, with my parting shot above, everybody now knows exactly the kind of guy that you are.

      As I have exposed you and have humilated you in public, I now have nothing more to say on this matter (unless you provoke me to react)

      Thank you all.

    • Oakfield 1 week ago

      You need a doctor asap

  • Oakfield 1 week ago

    U no get WiFi again abi ur phone fall inside water @ sura